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The social-media spread of Trump/Mueller replies
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 3/25/2019 6:40:05 PM Post Reply
Since May 2017, 533,074 web articles have been published about Russia and Trump/Mueller, generating 245 million interactions — including likes, comments and shares — on Twitter and Facebook, according to data from social-media analytics company NewsWhip. Quick take: Now, think of how much cable time the coverage consumed. [Poster´s Note: This is the entire text of the article.]
Judge tosses Trump executive order, restores Obama drilling ban replies
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 3/31/2019 1:47:48 PM Post Reply
President Donald Trump exceeded his authority when he reversed bans on offshore drilling in vast parts of the Arctic Ocean and dozens of canyons in the Atlantic Ocean, a U.S. judge said in a ruling that restored the Obama-era restrictions. [SNIP] Gleason said. “The wording of President Obama’s 2015 and 2016 withdrawals indicates that he intended them to extend indefinitely, and therefore be revocable only by an act of Congress,”
NYC Mayor de Blasio: ‘We Are Going to Ban’ Glass and Steel Skyscrapers replies
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 4/22/2019 12:35:01 PM Post Reply
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said on MSNBC Monday morning his city will ban “inefficient” steel and glass skyscrapers as part of their Green New Deal. While Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal sputtered in Washington D.C., her home city of New York has embraced key pillars of the plan. When asked about it on Morning Joe, de Blasio outlined the proposal. “We are making the Green New Deal come alive here in New York City,” he said. “It’s three very basic ideas. One, the biggest source of emissions in New York City is buildings.”
Theresa May on track for the worst General Election result in Tory Party history replies
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 5/12/2019 1:33:56 PM Post Reply
The Brexit Party will earn more votes than Labour and the Conservatives combined in the European Parliament elections, and could even beat the Tories in a General election, two extraordinary polls revealed this morning. In an Opinium poll in the Observer, focused on this month´s European elections, Nigel Farage´s new party is predicted to hoover up 34 per cent of the vote. The same poll gave Labour 21 per cent and put the Tories in a miserable fourth place with 11 per cent.
Poway Synagogue Shooter Left a Manifesto – Calls President Trump a “Zionist, Anti-White, Traitorous, C*cks****r” replies
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 4/28/2019 7:19:33 PM Post Reply
Several people were shot on Saturday at a San Diego synagogue. Police have one man in custody. The shooting took place exactly six months after the Tree of Life Shooting in Pittsburgh. One of the victims is said to be the synagogue’s Rabbi, Yisorel Goldstein, who founded the Chabad center in 1986. There is at least one fatality. The mayor of Poway is calling this a hate crime.
Country House declared Kentucky Derby winner after ‘inquiry ruling’; Maximum Security disqualified, officials say replies
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 5/4/2019 8:55:03 PM Post Reply
Country House was declared the winner of the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on Saturday following “an inquiry ruling” and the disqualification of Maximum Security, officials said. The disqualification marked "the first time in 145 years" that "the horse who finished first in the Kentucky Derby was disqualified," the official Twitter account for the sporting event said. Country House was a 65-1 longshot in the race that included 18 other competitors.
Terminal 1 At LAX Evacuated,
Morning After Major Power Outage
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 6/6/2019 10:27:02 AM Post Reply
Terminal 1 at LAX was evacuated early Thursday due to residual problems from a major power outage that lasted for nearly four hours Wednesday night. Terminal 1, home to Southwest Airlines, was evacuated just before 6 a.m. due to problems with passengers and baggage not being properly rescreened. Airport officials decided Thursday to clear the terminal and rescreen all passengers by the TSA. Officials said LAX Airport police had to clear the terminal before all guests could be rescreened, a process they estimated would take an hour. In the meantime, all arriving passengers coming in to Terminal 1 were being held on their planes until rescreening resumes.
DOJ Admits FBI Never Saw
Crowdstrike Report on DNC
Russian Hacking Claim
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 6/15/2019 8:51:47 AM Post Reply
The foundation for the Russian election interference narrative is built on the claim of Russians hacking the servers of the Democrat National Committee (DNC), and subsequently releasing damaging emails that showed the DNC worked to help Hillary Clinton and eliminate Bernie Sanders. Despite the Russian ‘hacking’ claim the DOJ previously admitted the DNC would not let FBI investigators review the DNC server. Instead the DNC provided the FBI with analysis of a technical review done through a cyber-security contract with Crowdstrike.
Trump’s latest rally showed how
he can win — and how
he can lose
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 6/20/2019 8:49:41 AM Post Reply
There were two President Trumps on display at the Orlando rally where he announced his intention to seek a second term. The first Trump spoke for the first 40 minutes; the second for the final 35. Trump I spent his time mostly complaining about how cruelly he has been treated. Trump II talked about what his administration had accomplished and what he’s sought to do for voters. Trump I would likely lose the 2020 election. Trump II would probably win it.
Colorado's snowpack is 40 times normal
after rare summer solstice dump
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 6/25/2019 9:01:55 AM Post Reply
On summer's opening day, up to 20 inches of snow buried the high terrain of the Colorado Rockies, boosting the state's snowpack to extraordinary levels for the time of year. The solstice flakes marked a continuation of a snowy stretch that began in January and February and lingered through spring. Even before the solstice snow, The Denver Post wrote, the state's snowpack was "in virtually every numerical sense . . . off the charts." At the time, the snowpack was 751 percent above normal.