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    Almost HALF Of Mail-In Ballots In Major State Not Unaccounted For - Populist Press ©2022

    https://populistpress.com/almost-half-of-mail-in-ballots-in-major-state-not-unaccounted-for/A new report from Public Interest Legal Foundation examining the results of California’s first year of mass-mail balloting reveals some interesting and sobering statistics pertaining to the 2022 general election and, as PILF President J. Christian Adams says, “California’s...

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      “RedState reported in November that more than 2 million mail ballots arrived at county election offices between November 12 and 15, the last day officials could accept ballots postmarked no later than Election Day (November 8). With 11,146,610 total ballots cast in the general election, 2 million is a significant number. Incredibly, 57,000 more ballots arrived at county election offices after November 15 and were not counted, and an additional 10,891,525 ballots mailed are unaccounted for. What does that mean? “

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    DOJ search of Biden home turned up six more classified documents: lawyer

    https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/3823343-doj-search-of-biden-home-turned-up-six-more-classified-documents-lawyer/Department of Justice officials found six more documents with classified markings at President Biden’s Wilmington, Del., home during a Friday search, the president’s personal attorney said in a sta…

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      ““DOJ had full access to the President’s home, including personally handwritten notes, files, papers, binders, memorabilia, to-do lists, schedules, and reminders going back decades,” Bauer continued. “DOJ took possession of materials it deemed within the scope of its inquiry, including six items consisting of documents with classification markings and surrounding materials, some of which were from the President’s service in the Senate and some of which were from his tenure as Vice President. DOJ also took for further review personally handwritten notes from the vice-presidential years.””

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    Justice Department conducts search of Biden's Wilmington home and finds more classified materials | CNN Politics

    https://www.cnn.com/2023/01/21/politics/white-house-documents/index.html?utm_term=16743462542921f43a3662882&utm_source=cnn_Breaking+News&utm_medium=email&bt_ee=B4FT0aqkgofI3jEtKgpQcpS5hcd27FIeeAfhl9NG6LsgL5o3y%2Btft358mDeJKW0%2F&bt_ts=1674346254295Justice Department investigators on Friday found additional classified material after conducting a search of President Joe Biden's Wilmington, Delaware, home, the president's personal attorney said in a statement.

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      “Bob Bauer said that during the search, which took place over nearly 12 hours Friday, “DOJ took possession of materials it deemed within the scope of its inquiry, including six items consisting of documents with classification markings and surrounding materials, some of which were from the President’s service in the Senate and some of which were from his tenure as Vice President. DOJ also took for further review personally handwritten notes from the vice-presidential years.”

      Those six items are in addition to materials previously found at Biden’s Wilmington residence and in his private office.”

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    Wrong, Washington Post – History and Data Contradict Claims of Worsening ‘Atmospheric Rivers’ | Watts Up With That?

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2023/01/19/wrong-washington-post-history-and-data-contradict-claims-of-worsening-atmospheric-rivers/WaPo and much of climate science today is overly reliant on projections from computer models rather than looking at trends in historical and real-world data.

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    The “Pollock Limit” | Watts Up With That?

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2023/01/19/the-pollock-limit/Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Christopher Monckton recently put up a fascinating post entitled "The Final Nail in The Coffin Of “Renewable” Energy". In it, he references the work of a man named Douglas Pollock who has proposed that...

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    • The article contains an interesting set of charts and this comment from the writer:

      “While interesting, Lord Monckton’s posts are theoretical exercises. He has not provided any actual data to back them up. And when I looked at the data, I found a problem—most countries are well below the “Pollock limit”, and thus they can’t say anything at all about what happens when the windpower share of total electrical generation nears the Pollock limit.”

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    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH: Mark Levin Calls on GOP to Investigate George Soros

    https://newsbusters.org/blogs/business/joseph-vazquez/2023/01/06/enough-enough-mark-levin-calls-gop-investigate-georgeConservative radio host Mark Levin has apparently had it with leftist billionaire George Soros wielding colossal influence over American politics and society.

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      “Levin tweeted on Jan. 5 that “Soros has spent decades using enormous sums of money to overthrow our society.” He then called on the “[t]he GOP [to] look at what [Soros’] massive network of anti-American groups are doing.” MRC Business can help with that. Levin’s tweet came just before MRC Business released its second report in its three-part research series on Soros’ enormous ties to the global media. “

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    New House Rules Mean An Improved And More Open Congress - FreedomWorks

    https://www.freedomworks.org/new-house-rules-mean-an-improved-and-more-open-congress/In January 2023, House Republicans adopted a rules package that included a number of reforms that will make the House more responsive to the people, and they released some of their goals for the 118th Congress. Below is a...

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    • Quoting from the article and providing additional detail within the article:

      “Below is a summary of those goals and new rules and what they mean for you and how this Congress will work.

      House Republicans want to adopt a Fiscal Year 2024 (FY2024) Budget Resolution that balances the budget within 10 years. The proposal would cut roughly $10 trillion in projected spending over the next decade while producing a slight surplus in the final year—all while making room for $3.3 trillion in tax cuts. This plan stems from a proposal from former President Donald Trump’s budget director Russ Vought. Republicans want to reform the budget process and mandatory spending programs, and they want to cap discretionary spending at levels that were enacted in 2022 or earlier. Rep.Chip Roy (R-TX-21) has pushed to cap government spending for FY2024 at FY2022 levels or earlier, which would ensure that government spending does not continue to get out of hand.”

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    Academics and the Grid Part 3: Visionaries and Problem Solvers - Watts Up With That?

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2023/01/16/academics-and-the-grid-part-3-visionaries-and-problem-solvers/How might one seek to turn the economic and reliable grid into a costly, complicated system prone to blackouts? Discarding dependable generators and replacing with asynchronous intermittent technology would be a good way

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      “This is the third installment in a series concerning academics and the grid. Part 1 observed that it was frequently the case that an academic paper which solved some component of a problem integrating a” green” resource would be interpreted to imply that all problems associated with integrating that “green” resource had been solved. Part 2 looked at the large body of papers published on the net zero transition and noted most of the attention was on smaller components, while the larger problems associated with the grid were ignored. This body of research as a whole generate serious misimpressions by distracting from the major concerns and causing policy makers to discount the significant challenges ahead in increasing renewable penetration.”

    • Quoting from the article:

      “Designing large complex systems is fraught with challenges. There can be huge gaps between what works on paper and what works in practice. A couple energy projects stand out for having “green hopes” being dashed by reality. The Kemper plant was to be a flagship project for clean coal. It was a key component of President Obamas Climate Plan. Initially it was supposed to cost $3 billion, it ended up costing over $7 billion. It was supposed to gasify coal and store the captured carbon but that component of the plant proved unworkable and it cannot use coal or capture carbon. Now it functions as a 582 MW natural gas plant that could have been built for less than one tenth of the $7 billion in cost.”

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    Wrong, Washington Post, ‘Less Warming,’ Won’t Result in Greater Climate Disasters - Watts Up With That?

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2023/01/15/wrong-washington-post-less-warming-wont-result-in-greater-climate-disasters/Real world data shows that there has been no increase in drought, or heatwaves; no increase in flooding; no increase in tropical cyclones and hurricanes; no increase in winter storms; and no increase in thunderstorms or tornadoes, or associated...

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      “It isn’t often that we here at Climate Realism run across an article that is so erroneous and egregious that it earns the title of “Not even wrong,” but Scott Dance of The Washington Post (WaPo) has managed to do just that with his article: A new climate reality: Less warming, but worse impacts on the planet

      The phrase used in science “not even wrong,” as defined by WikiPedia “…is often used to describe pseudoscience or bad science. It describes an argument or explanation that purports to be scientific but uses faulty reasoning or speculative premises…””

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    The Clean Energy Manufacturing Renaissance Falsehood - Watts Up With That?

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2023/01/15/the-clean-energy-manufacturing-renaissance-falsehood/Clap hard people - every time you say "I don't believe in renewables", a Western solar manufacture company dies.

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    • Quoting from the article:

      “Energy Technology Perspectives 2023, the latest instalment in one of the IEA’s flagship series, serves as the world’s first global guidebook for the clean technology industries of the future. It provides a comprehensive analysis of global manufacturing of clean energy technologies today – such as solar panels, wind turbines, EV batteries, electrolysers for hydrogen and heat pumps – and their supply chains around the world, as well as mapping out how they are likely to evolve as the clean energy transition advances in the years ahead.”

      (note a caution) “The report also predicts renewable energy component prices will continue to fall, despite admitting resource constraints are driving up prices – but I can’t find a clear explanation for WHY they believe costs will continue falling, other than some vague statements about specialisation and government policy;…”

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