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  1. https://www.based-politics.com/2022/12/01/new-york-hit-with-lawsuit-over-new-law-targeting-hateful-speech-online/ "A new law takes effect on Saturday in New York that supposedly targets hateful speech online. But it may not last long, because the state just got hit with a First Amendment lawsuit that could bring about the demise of its new regulation. The law in question is called “Social media networks; hateful conduct prohibited.” It targets internet platforms and mandates that they publish a policy outlining how they handle “hateful” content. It defines “hateful conduct” as online speech that serves to “vilify, humiliate, or incite violence against a group or a class of persons” on the basis of protected characteristics. The law mandates that internet platforms address reports of such content. Companies that fail to do so face fines of up to $1,000 per day. But what about companies that don’t want to play speech-police on their platforms? Well, the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) is suing New York on behalf of independent content platforms Rumble and Locals as well as legal blogger Eugene Volokh. “New York politicians are slapping a speech-police badge on my chest because I run a blog,” plaintiff Eugene Volokh, co-founder of the Volokh Conspiracy blog, said. “I started the blog to share interesting and important legal stories, not to police readers’ speech at the government’s behest.” The law’s text says it shouldn’t be construed to infringe on anyone’s free speech rights, but FIRE says its policy mandates are themselves a violation of the First Amendment. “The state of New York can’t turn bloggers into Big Brother, but it’s trying to do just that,” said FIRE attorney Daniel Ortner. “The government can’t burden online expression protected by the Constitution, whether it’s doing it in the name of combating hate or any other sentiment. Imagine a similar law requiring sites to publish a reporting policy for speech the state considers un-American — that would be just as unconstitutional.”
  2. https://hotair.com/ed-morrissey/2022/12/01/senate-reaches-deal-to-stop-rail-strike-biden-admin-lobbied-against-sick-leave-bill-n514911 "Looks like the US will avoid a strike by rail workers. It also looks like the Senate deal tossed Joe Biden’s union allies under a bus — with most of the tossing done by the White House. Within the last hour, Chuck Schumer announced an agreement in the Senate on the first House bill to impose the deal quarterbacked by Biden onto both sides. The Senate agreement got facilitated, according to Politico’s Burgess Everett, by Biden’s White House — which told the Senate not to attempt to amend the deal: "Biden himself addressed the issue somewhat obliquely this afternoon as well. In a joint presser with French president Emmanuel Macron, Biden pledged to keep working to get paid sick days into the national contract. It won’t be this time, however, he conceded. As Bloomberg’s Jordan Fabian also reported, Biden tried to buffer the blowback by reminding unions what he accomplished for them in this round of bargaining — but, er, um … "Is Biden lying about what he got, or does he just not know? Embrace the power of and rather than or in these cases. With that out of the way — presumably, anyway — Schumer now has a sequence of votes in store for the upper chamber, which had already commenced before this post went live. First up will be a proposal to impose another 60-day cooling-off period that would require all sides to restart negotiations, which is both the most rational option and the least likely to pass. After that, comes the meat and potatoes: The first vote is an amendment by Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, that would extend the “cooling off period” giving the relevant parties an extra 60 days beyond the Dec. 8 deadline to keep negotiating an agreement between unions and rail operators. Then, the Senate will vote on an amendment, championed by Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Democrats to include seven days of paid sick leave for rail workers as part of the agreement. And finally, the Senate will vote to impose the tentative agreement from September to avert a strike — this is legislation that has already been passed by the House and would head to the president’s desk if approved by the Senate. It was brokered by the White House but not all the unions involved support it. Each of these will take 60 votes to clear if Senate rules on expedited floor votes are followed. The Sullivan amendment might not even get to 50, given the other agreements apparently in place. [Update: It failed, 26-69.] Neither might the sick-day addition bill, although that might have come close without the Biden White House lobbying against it. Then, with those poses sufficiently taken for posterity, we can expect a pretty lopsided vote for passage on imposing the previously negotiated deal. I’d guess that will get at least 75 votes, as few senators will want to be seen as voting for a crippling rail strike, but count Sanders especially among the likely objectors. Marco Rubio might stick to his guns too, but the sequence here is designed to give everyone else who demanded the addition of the sick days some political cover for voting to pass the final bill. Hey, I voted to add the sick days, they can claim … and will. Stay tuned for updates, but we can probably bet on a bill ready for Biden’s signature on his terms, explicitly so in fact, by tomorrow morning. Rail workers will have to go back to work and look for better negotiators the next time the contract approaches its end. They may want to look for better allies, too."
  3. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/spencerbrown/2022/11/30/study-finds-evidence-green-offshore-wind-farms-have-substantial-impact-on-ecosystems-n2616532 "A new peer reviewed study from German scientists found that offshore wind farms — the sort of supposedly "green" alternative to existing energy sources with which President Biden and Democrats want to fill America's coastal waters — are not as safe for marine ecosystems as their proponents may argue. The researchers looked at one area and ecosystem in particular — the North Sea — where the world's largest offshore wind farm (OWF) opened earlier in 2022. Relying on modeling and simulations in order to see what the "systematic, large-scale, time-integrated response of the ocean to large OWF clusters" would be, the study's authors found evidence that offshore wind power generation, supposedly great for the planet actually introduced factors that negatively impact sea life. According to a summary of the study, researchers reported that their "results provide evidence that the ongoing off shore wind farm developments can have a substantial impact on the structuring of coastal marine ecosystems on basin scales." Now, for the science, as explained by the study's authors: The wind wake effect of offshore wind farms affects the hydrodynamical conditions in the ocean, which has been hypothesized to impact marine primary production. So far only little is known about the ecosystem response to wind wakes under the premisses of large off shore wind farm clusters. Here we show, via numerical modeling, that the associated wind wakes in the North Sea provoke large-scale changes in annual primary production with local changes of up to ±10% not only at the offshore wind farm clusters, but also distributed over a wider region. The model also projects an increase in sediment carbon in deeper areas of the southern North Sea due to reduced current velocities, and decreased dissolved oxygen inside an area with already low oxygen concentration. In addition to impacts on the regional atmosphere, multiple physical, biological, and chemical impacts on the marine system have been identified. The under-water structures, such as foundations and piles may cause turbulent current wakes, which impact circulation, stratification, mixing, and sediment resuspension. Most studies conclude that the direct hydrodynamic consequences of the wind farm structures are mainly restricted to the area within the wind farms. However, some speculate also, that the cumulative impacts of an increasing number of offshore installations might result in substantial impacts on the larger scale stratification. Larger scale effects of offshore wind energy production, well beyond the wind farm areas, are introduced to the atmosphere by infrastructures above the sea level and the energy extraction itself. Atmospheric wakes appearing in the lee of wind farms extend on scales up to 65 km and beyond, depending on atmospheric stability, with a wind speed reduction of up to 43% inside the wakes leading to upwelling and downwelling dipoles in the ocean beneath." The whole thing is a pagan, zombie religion; designed to leave-you, starving and improverished. Then dead!
  4. https://humanevents.com/2022/12/01/kanye-west-claims-i-like-hitler-during-interview-with-alex-jones?utm_campaign=64487 "Kanye West, now known as Ye, said “I like Hitler” while wearing a face covering similar to the Balenciaga and mask worn by ex-wife Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala. The interview with Jones featuring West and the latest member of his entourage Nick Fuentes joined Jones for a segment in which West did not show his face, and Jones questioned if it really was West under the black hood."
  5. https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/12/01/stacey-abrams-lobbying-biden-next-fcc-nominee/ "Twice-failed Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is now lobbying the Joe Biden White House to be the next nominee for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), according to a report. FCC nominee Gigi Sohn’s confirmation vote has been put on the back burner as Senate Democrats’ one-member majority has struggled to find a way to confirm her. Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA), the chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, said that she will push to renominate Sohn, a radical progressive on technology issues, if Congress’s upper chamber cannot confirm her this congressional session. Conservatives have slammed Sohn for threatening to use the federal government to silence conservatives, and Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) has said that she has not been honest about her potential business conflicts. If the Biden White House moves in another direction to supplant Sohn, Biden could nominate Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) aide Didier Barjon. However, a Communications Daily report found that Stacey Abrams has been lobbying the White House to be the next FCC nominee for the telecommunications agency. Schumer’s office and Abrams did not comment to Communications Daily regarding the report. Even if Abrams were to be nominated by the Biden administration, she may face an uphill battle, as most FCC commissioner nominees have strong telecommunications experience. For instance, FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr was the agency’s general counsel before he became a commissioner. Prior to joining as a commissioner, Jessica Rosenworcel, the FCC chair, served as a senior communications counsel for the Senate Commerce Committee. As for Abrams, she has spent most of her time losing to Gov. Brian Kemp (R) during the last two Georgia elections, and she has denied the results of those 2018 and 2022 gubernatorial elections." "Simon says: Donk disappear!"
  6. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/fbi-denies-purging-conservative-employees-letter-jim-jordan "The FBI denied accusations from Republicans on Capitol Hill that it has purged conservative employees from its ranks under President Biden's administration on Thursday. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, has sent a slew of letters to the FBI alleging the organization has become a tool of the Biden administration and, among other things, had removed conservative employees from their posts over their political views. Jill Tyson, the FBI's assistant director of its Office of Congressional Affairs, responded with her own letter Thursday. "The FBI has strong procedures in place to promote accountability when an FBI employee strays from their obligations — including employee actions that create the appearance of political, social, or other bias," she wrote in response to the purging allegation, according to a copy of the letter obtained by Punchbowl News."
  7. https://www.theblaze.com/news/ny-democrats-want-taxpayers-to-shell-out-300m-to-help-illegal-migrants-avoid-deportation-we-have-a-moral-obligation "Two Albany Donks, originally from New York City, are pushing for a bill to cover the legal fees of illegal immigrants battling deportation, which would cost taxpayers roughly $300 million, the New York Post reported. Manhattan Senator Brad Hoylman (D) and Queens Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz (D) support the legislation despite estimates that it will require a $55 million down payment in 2023. “We have a moral obligation to make sure that new Americans have legal representation. Otherwise, the odds are without a lawyer they’ll be sent back to their country of origin and could face dire circumstances, including death,” argued Hoylman. “We should reject the notion that some immigrants are more deserving than others. We are talking about parents, business owners, and long-standing neighbors,” Cruz said, referring to migrants in the United States illegally. Proponents of the legislation are pushing for New York Governor Kathy Hochul (D) to support the proposal and commit to $100 million in funding from the state’s budget. On Wednesday, the governor committed to providing $3 million to nonprofit organizations assisting immigrants with their asylum applications." Two fuggin' imbeciles, you mean.
  8. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/12/newsoms-reparations-committee-will-recommend-223000-per-descendent-slave-housing-discrimination-559-billion-total-cost/ "The reparations committee is focusing on so-called ‘housing discrimination’ that impacted blacks between 1933 and 1977. Newsom’s committee has until June 2023 to submit its final recommendation, the Daily Mail reported. The Daily Mail reported: A reparations committee in California has suggested that descendants of slaves in the state could be compensated $223,200 each for ‘housing discrimination’. The nine-member Reparations Task Force was formed by California Governor Gavin Newsom as part of the country’s largest ever effort to address reparations for slavery. A focus of the California task force has been ‘housing discrimination’ – and it has been estimated that it would cost around $569billion to compensate the 2.5 million Black Californians for setbacks between 1933 and 1977, according to the New York Times. That is more than California’s $512.8billion expenditure in 2021 – which included funding for schools, hospitals, universities, highways, policing and corrections. However, discussions are still underway, and the panel is continuing to consider how payments should be made – some suggested tuition and housing grants or cash. The task force has also identified four other causes for reparations: Mass incarceration, unjust property seizures, devaluation of Black businesses and health care. It has until June 2023 to submit its final recommendations to the Legislature." These bums, should all-be committed.
  9. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/12/bidens-gender-fluid-pup-handler-doe-employee-sam-brinton-hosted-spanking-seminar-kink-conference-weeks-luggage-theft/ "The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Joe Biden’s gender-fluid “pup handler” and Department of Energy (DOE) employee Sam Brinton was charged with felony theft for stealing a woman’s luggage last month at MSP airport in Minnesota. According to Alpha News, Sam Brinton took a woman’s bag from the baggage claim area on September 16. Brinton reportedly removed the ID tag from the blue bag, quickly left the area, and jumped in an Uber. According to the complaint, Brinton returned to MSP airport with the stolen blue bag on September 18, where he caught a flight to DC." Ugly motherfugger, needs to be in an asylum with Biden.
  10. Everything this lousy cock does, is either corrupt, or a complete lie.
  11. https://www.coffeeordie.com/maiden-cruise-navy-carrier "On its maiden cruise, the aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford sailed 9,275 nautical miles, launched 1,250 sorties, blew out more than 78 tons of ordnance, and completed 13 underway replenishments. To US Navy leaders, that all added up to one outstanding voyage. In a prepared statement released as the flagship flattop returned to its homeport of Norfolk, Virginia, on Saturday, Nov. 26, the carrier strike group commander, Rear Adm. Greg Huffman, called his air and warship crews “awe-inspiring” during a tour that began Oct. 4 and took them to the North Atlantic. “This deployment laid a strong foundation for the strike group, created momentum to carry us forward for future operations, and has prepared us to answer our nation’s call when needed,” he said. While Ford was still underway, its air crews flew home to their bases in Virginia on Friday, but one squadron had to keep jetting more than 2,100 nautical miles west. According to California-based Naval Air Forces, the “Gray Wolves” of Electronic Attack Squadron 142 landed their EA-18G Growlers Friday on Whidbey Island, Washington." The aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford returns to Naval Station Norfolk, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022, following its inaugural deployment with the Gerald R. Ford Carrier Strike Group. More than 4,600 sailors assigned to Gerald R. Ford operated under the US 2nd Fleet and 6th Fleet alongside allies and partners in European waters. US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jackson Adkins.
  12. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/restoring-america/fairness-justice/us-air-marshals-plot-mutiny-against-biden " U.S. air marshals are planning to stage an open rebellion against the Biden administration over a plan that would strip 99% of commercial flights from federal protection as people take to the skies during the busiest time of the year for air travel . Dozens of federal air marshals have agreed to refuse a Biden administration order that they leave their assignments and go to the southern border , where they will drive, feed, and care for illegal immigrants due to a shortage of Border Patrol agents. “The rank and file air marshals are going to refuse to deploy and risk termination,” said David Londo, president of the Air Marshal National Council, in a phone call with the Washington Examiner on Tuesday. “You’re almost going to have a mutiny of a federal agency, which is unheard of.” The overseeing agency, the Transportation Security Administration, said in a statement provided after deadline that claims that air marshals are doing menial tasks were "entirely inaccurate and does not reflect the critical and professional law enforcement role these officers perform." The administration's order would leave just 1-in-100 U.S. flights with federal agents on board, one-eighth of its normal coverage."
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