Jan 30

The Guardian now bans ads by fossil fuel companies

Less than a year after its editors imposed a rule on its reporters to write hysterically about the climate, the Guardian has announced a ban on advertising by fossil fuel companies.

The pro-government extremist publication masquerading as a newspaper issued a “style guide” to all of its “journalists” last year, requiring that they use the phrase “climate crisis” or “climate emergency” rather than “climate change.” The Guardian‘s reporters are also required to describe those who ask questions about government climate claims as “deniers” rather than “skeptics.”

Now the government-supporting “newspaper” is banning all ads by fossil fuel companies. See here.

Jan 30

Postal worker rents storage unit to store mail he stole

The U.S. Postal Service loses over $5 billion annually despite having a monopoly, owning some of the world’s most prestigious real estate, and paying no income, property, or corporate tax.

Every inspection of a Postal facility has found undelivered mail hidden in trash bins or corners. USPS employees are paid more than twice what private sector workers would be paid for the same work, and hundreds apply for every USPS job opening.

Now another U.S. postal worker has been caught stealing mail. This time, the Postal worker even rented a storage unit to store his undelivered mail. See here.

Delacruz’s scheme was disrupted when he was spotted “unloading mail into a public storage facility” in Virginia Beach. A witness “snapped several photographs of the postal employee and a picture of the license plate of the employee’s vehicle” and provided the images to postal officials.

Jan 29

Ten Years after Venezuela stole the assets of major oil companies, its socialist government now begs for privatization

Just 25 years ago, Venezuela was the richest and healthiest country in all of Latin America.

Then Venezuelans voted for socialism. As government trusters cheered worldwide, the Venezuelan government began expelling private businesses, stealing their assets and shutting down freedom of press. the property and development projects of Exxon, Conoco and other oil companies were seized by the government.

But the Venezuelan government couldn’t make profits even with the stolen oil assets. The country grew poorer and poorer under socialism.

Now the government has announced that it wants to privatize its oil industry. The government has begun advertising for private companies to bid on rights to drill and extract Venezuelan oil.

But it still owes billions to the oil companies it defrauded and stole from a decade ago. See here.

Jan 27

Sales of electric vehicles plummeted in 2019 despite immense government coercion and pressure

2019 saw FORTY-FIVE (45) new models of electric vehicles hitting the global markets. Automakers like Hundai, Audi, and Jaguar are literally betting their futures on such vehicle sales, spending hundreds of millions of dollars to design, manufacture and promote the electric vehicles.

A number of governments in Europe have actually passed laws BANNING fossil-fuel-powered cars by fast-approaching years. Several state legislatures in the U.S. have considered bills which would mandate that all vehicles be electric by 2050 or sooner.

Government even provides the “fuel” for such vehicles FOR FREE almost everywhere, building and subsidizing charging stations in every state.

Hundreds of millions of dollars in government subsidies have sought to prod the shift to electric vehicles. Yet sales of electric cars FELL SEVEN PERCENT in 2019.

Jan 27

Government university now tracks all student movements electronically

In this Nov. 9, 2015 frame from video provided by Mark Schierbecker, Melissa Click, right, an assistant professor in Missouri’s communications department, confronts Schierbecker and later calls for “muscle” to help remove him from the protest area in Columbia, Mo. Protesters credited with helping oust the University of Missouri System’s president and the head of its flagship campus welcomed reporters to cover their demonstrations Tuesday, a day after a videotaped clash between some protesters and a student photographer drew media condemnation as an affront to the free press. (Mark Schierbecker via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Everyone who sets foot on a modern government college campus becomes immediately less free, and usually much poorer. All government (and government-supported “private”) universities spew a ceaseless stream of pro-government propaganda, socialist ideology, and pseudoscience that exalts the state.

Many government colleges have “free speech zones” to coral the few dissenting voices allowed on campuses.

Now the University of Missouri (known as “Mizzou”) will require students to install a tracking app which will allow government authorities to track their attendance and movements on campus at all times.

Mizzou is famous for its 2015 episode involving journalism professor Melissa Click, who violently assaulted a student reporter and called for “muscle” to stop the student from filming a pro-government student rally (are there any other types on a government college campus?) at Mizzou.

Although Professor Click taught journalism, and presumably knew about the 1st amendment, she told a student journalist he had no right to film the public event.

Jan 04

Socialist Illinois has been losing population for six consecutive years

It was once the freest and most productive place in America. Innovators like John Deere, Caterpillar, State Farm, and Sears rose from the grain fields and rail yards of Illinois to become major players in world industry.

But years of socialist politics have taken their toll on the Land of Lincoln. The high-tax state has been losing population for six (6) years in a row.

Even Illinois’ millionaire government retirees are fleeing the state. See here.

Jan 04

U.S. Postal Service has unfunded pension liabilities of almost $50 billion

The U.S. Postal Service loses $5 to $7 billion annually. It pays its workers too much; and thousands of people apply for every opening.

Managers of the pension program for the USPS’s millionaire retirees have not been contributing much to the pension fund over the past 20 years, due to the horrendous fiscal condition of the “Service.” See here.

Jan 02

Are government scientists hiding recent coral data in order to promote climate hysteria?

Dr. Peter Ridd is the world’s foremost authority on the Great Coral Reef and the effect of climate on corals. Dr. Ridd’s research found that Pacific coral reefs are healthy and thriving.

Unfortunately for Professor Ridd, this conclusion conflicts with the official government position (expressed in government documents such as UN IPCC reports) that the world’s coral reefs are collapsing, weakening, dead or dying due to climate change.

Ridd was fired from his professor position at James Cook University in 2018. Ridd appealed and prevailed, but the Australian government is appealing to Australia’s highest court.

Now Ridd is out with a new–potentially more astonishing–report. For all the global talk and hysteria over climate change, government agencies have not reported any data regarding the Great Barrier Reef in FIFTEEN YEARS!

Government-favored scientists at the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) have claimed that the coral reefs are declining 1 percent per year due to manmade climate change. “According to the AIMS curve, growth should now be 30% lower than it was in 1990 – a disastrous fall.”

Ridd’s research suggests the reef’s size is essentially unchanged. Why hasn’t AIMS published any data more recent than 2005?

Dec 29

Save the Date: February 8 or 9, 2020, Las Vegas, Nevada. “Defying Tyranny” Winter Symposium

[Exact time and place to be announced. WE’RE WORKING ON IT!!]

Speakers Include:
K.C. Blunt:
American urban survivalist
“Knife Fighting for Personal and Home Defense” (with demonstration of knife-fighting techniques and skills)
Michael Elliott:
Las Vegas Freedom Activist
“Good Citizens are the Worst Citizens: The Losing Strategy of Compliance”
Bryon Watkins
Correctional Officer turned Prisoner,
[Topic to be announced]
Scottie Hotchstetter
[Title to be announced]
Evol Love:
Founder of Justice Travelers
“Being Too Effective: Journalism and Assassination”
Roger Roots, J.D., Ph.D.
“Climate Skepticism 101: What Everyone Should Know”
AND . . . a super special guest lecturer!

Dec 29

An average worker pays $216,000 into Social Security and receives about $300,000 after retirement. This is a 1 % return on investment.

Learn Liberty calculated average likely “returns on investment” upon retirement from Social Security.

The Social Security program was launched by the U.S. government during the 1930s with millions of dollars of pro-government propaganda. (Criticism of the program within the federal government was censored.)

During the 1980s, Harvard economist Martin Feldstein found that Social Security DECREASED the savings of the average American by 30 to 50 percent. This had the impact of DECREASING overall GDP by at least 3 percent–meaning that the country as a whole is discernibly poorer today than it would have been without the parasitic program.

The Social Security program provides returns of around 1 percent above inflation. Average returns from average investments (in the stock market for example) would yield at least 5 percent.

This means that a hypothetical average worker would retire with a nest egg of $900,000 if not for Social Security. The average worker is robbed of some $600,000 by the program.

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