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    15 Human biology basics everyone should know Fritz 12/23/2020 (Wed) 09:57:22 No. 477
    Our bodies are responsible for thousands of extremely complex and fascinating processes every second. Know these basics of human biology.
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    >>477 Our bodies are fascinating. Human biology is amazingly complex and it can be mind-boggling when you consider how many complicated processes are carried out by our bodies every second. Whether you are a bio expert or know absolutely nothing about the human body, it’s useful to know at least the basics about human biology so you can make informed decisions that will help keep your body working smoothly. Plus, it's interesting! Read on to learn about the 15 human biology basics that everyone should know.
    The 12 human body systems are the cardiovascular system, the digestive system, the endocrine system, the immune system, the integumentary system, the lymphatic system, the muscular system, the nervous system, the reproductive system, the respiratory system, the skeletal system, and the urinary system. All of these systems work together to ensure that our bodies work correctly: The cardiovascular (or circulatory) system transports blood, oxygen, and nutrients throughout the body. The digestive system takes in and processes food. The endocrine system produces hormones that regulate metabolism, growth and development, tissue function, sexual reproduction, sleep, and mood. The immune system fights infection. The integumentary system protects the body from outside damage. The lymphatic system connects the lymph nodes in our bodies and helps the circulatory and immune systems. The muscular system allows us to move. The nervous system transmits signals through the body and controls voluntary and involuntary actions. The reproductive system allows us to have sex and children. The respiratory system enables us to take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide as we breathe. The skeletal system gives our bodies a framework and supports the systems. The urinary system expels waste. All of these are only some of the main functions of each system, but each system performs many others.
    Your lettered blood type is determined by which exposingbodies are in your plasma and which exposinggens are found on your red blood cells. exposingbodies are blood proteins, while exposinggens are substances that activate an immune response and control what enters and exits a cell. Each blood group can be either positive or negative, resulting in eight possible blood types. The +/- part of a person’s blood type is determined by the presence (or absence) of a third exposinggen called the Rh factor. Our bodies can handle blood without the presence of an exposinggen that we usually have, but cannot handle the introduction of a new exposinggen into the circulatory system. That’s why people with O- blood are known as universal donors; anyone can use O- blood. People with AB+ blood, on the other hand, are universal recipients; they have every exposinggen in their blood already.
    Each cell has a full set of chromosomes which contain all the genetic material needed to determine the makeup of our entire bodies. That’s why cloning of animals can be done with just one cell. All the genetic material that defines us is inside each and every cell of our body, from our hair follicles to toenails.
    exposingbodies actually fight infection by killing the virus or foreign bacteria, while microphages are white blood cells that surround and contain the foreign cells (or other objects) to prevent the spread of disease.
    There are ten times more bacteria cells in our bodies than our own human cells. These bacteria are harmless or even help us perform key bodily functions, such as digestion. Even our DNA itself isn’t all from human evolution. Human DNA includes the genes from at least eight retroviruses that were absorbed into our own genetic code at some point. The viral genes in our DNA now perform important functions, especially related to reproduction.
    While we typically think of the traditional five senses of touch, taste, hearing, vision, and smell, our bodies can actually sense many other things. Some of the most important senses include: Vision Hearing Smell Taste Touch Balance Temperature Proprioception (spatial body awareness, aka why you can touch your nose with your eyes shut) Pain Each is associated with its own organ (taste with the tongue, smell with the nose) or sensory receptor (the skin contains separate touch, temperature, and pain receptors).
    We have long thought that the appendix was simply the result of evolution—a body part that once had a purpose, but that no longer does anything other than occasionally get infected. Research has revealed, though, that the appendix actually serves as an important place for the bacteria in the digestive system to rest and reproduce. You can definitely live without it (so don’t worry if yours has been removed!), but when it’s still a part of your system, the appendix can be a real help.
    Nearsightedness, or myopia, is caused by a greater curve in the cornea of the eye or by an elongation of the eyeball. Farsightedness, or hyperopia, is caused by a corneal curve that is too small or by a having a short eyeball. Some evidence indicates that nearsightedness is genetic.
    By injecting the body with dead virus cells, we activate an immune system response to the virus without actually catching the disease. This allows our bodies to create exposingbodies to fight off the infection if we are ever exposed to it. That’s why sometimes people get a fever as a side effect of a vaccine. They’re not catching the disease, however: the body is simply practicing how it would kill that virus if it ever came into the body (and fever is an important part of that).
    Many scientists today think that yawning is a way to keep our brains alert in times of stress, but exactly why that happens or what the yawn does to help our body isn’t 100% clear. That could be why they are contagious; we are alerted to a potential stressor by another person. Others believe that yawns are a reaction to being tired, as a way to reengage. Yawning may help us get more oxygen to help our brains perform better, or it may cool down the brain, which gets hotter in times of stress. We still aren’t exactly sure what role yawning serves in human biology.
    Many people assume that blood is red simply because of all the iron in it, much like the reason rust is red. That’s actually not entirely accurate. The red color is created because the iron is bound in a ring of atoms in hemoglobin called porphyrin. This structure has a shape that makes the blood appear red. When oxygen is bound to the porphyrin ring, it changes the shape, making our red blood cells appear as an even more vivid shade of red.
    Many people assume that sleep helps the brain rest, but our brains are actually busier during slumber. When we sleep and dream, our brains carry out important functions that they cannot perform while focusing on movement and conscious thought. During sleep, our brains process things we learned and emotions we felt during waking hours and saves them in our memory. That’s why sleep is so important to learning.
    Our liver doesn’t just filter toxins from the blood. It does much more to keep our bodies healthy. Some of its other important functions include creating bile that breaks down fat and carries away waste, producing cholesterol, regulating blood clotting, processing hemoglobin, and so much more. As you can see, the liver is vital to our health, so treat it well.
    A moderate sunburn can do long-term damage to the blood vessels in your skin, making it more difficult for the affected skin to heal and stay healthy. It can actually take four to fifteen months for these capillaries and small arteries and veins to return to a normal condition.
    Innate human biology allows us to repair ourselves pretty easily for the most part. While any serious damage to the body can take a long time to heal, all of our body parts have the ability to start healing and regenerating on their own—except teeth. Since the enamel of teeth is not a living tissue, it cannot regenerate, even if the injury goes deep enough to damage the living part of the tooth. That’s why a chipped tooth always takes a visit to the dentist to be entirely fixed.
    https://www.britannica.com/science/biology Biology, study of living things and their vital processes. The field deals with all the physicochemical aspects of life.
    Biological principles Homeostasis The concept of homeostasis—that living things maintain a constant internal environment—was first suggested in the 19th century by French physiologist Claude Bernard, who stated that “all the vital mechanisms, varied as they are, have only one object: that of preserving constant the conditions of life.” As originally conceived by Bernard, homeostasis applied to the struggle of a single organism to survive. The concept was later extended to include any biological system from the cell to the entire biosphere, all the areas of Earth inhabited by living things.
    There is not only unity of basic living substance and functioning but also unity of origin of all living things. According to a theory proposed in 1855 by German pathologist Rudolf Virchow, “all living cells arise from pre-existing living cells.” That theory appears to be true for all living things at the present time under existing environmental conditions. If, however, life originated on Earth more than once in the past, the fact that all organisms have a sameness of basic structure, composition, and function would seem to indicate that only one original type succeeded.
    As ... once famously pointed out, the Deep State can be absolutely ruthless in going after their perceived enemies. If their target hasn’t committed a crime, they’ll be sure to manufacture one for their purposes. After the sustained persecution of General Flynn, many patriots and ... supporters are especially sensitive to the reality of political prosecutions in the United States. Is that your view of what’s going on here with ...?
    ... said the U.S. Intelligence community should use Wikileaks as ‘target practice.’ ... said that ... ‘has to answer for what he’s done.’ ..., who ignored the Deep State’s illegal attacks on ..., said that arresting ... was a “priority.” ... reportedly intervened personally to prevent a deal that would have allowed ... to leave the Ecuadorian embassy. ..., who lied about NSA spying activities, said that ... couldn’t be trusted and complained he “caused all kinds of grief” for U.S. intelligence. ..., who lied to the U.S. Senate about ...’s drone bombing campaign, called ... “not exactly a bastion of truth and integrity.” When ... was arrested, one U.S. senator bragged that “he’s our property.”
    For years, America’s oligarch class has grown fat by betraying the country they rule over. They’ve outsourced the country’s wealth and well-being to .... They’ve embroiled the country in one disastrous war after another — wars that did nothing to make America safer but did a great deal to enrich the defense contractors who supplied them. They’ve colluded with Big Tech and Big Finance to gradually chip away at the basic rights that Americans once took for granted. To the badly misnamed, oligarch-captured “intelligence community,” the imprisoned ... Editor and free speech activist ... remains Public Enemy Number One.
    We’re heading in the right direction and we believe we’re ready talk to patriotic investors who want to not only “get in on the action” but more importantly who want to help America hear the truth. Interested investors should contact me directly with the contact button above. As the world spirals towards radical progressivism, the need for truthful journalism has never been greater. But in these times, we need as many conservative media voices as possible. Please help keep ... going.
    Why Is Reproduction Necessary for Living Things? By Staff WriterLast Updated Apr 1, 2020 Reproduction is necessary for living things because it enables them to create offspring and continue their population. Through reproduction, they pass on their genetic information to the next generation. This ensures that their species continues to exist on Earth. By reproducing, new living things are created. There are two methods for reproduction. Sexual reproduction involves two members of a species, typically a male and female, whereas asexual reproduction enables a living thing to reproduce without the need for another organism. Most living things reproduce either sexually or asexually, although there are a few rare species that are capable of reproducing through both methods.
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    we will prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law What if there are no laws?
    Constraints on Governments Powers (Factor 1 of the WJP Rule of Law Index) measures the extent to which those who govern are bound by law. It comprises the means, both constitutional and institutional, by which the powers of the government and its officials and agents are limited and held accountable under the law. It also includes non-governmental checks on the government’s power, such as a free and independent press. Governmental checks take many forms; they do not operate solely in systems marked by a formal separation of powers, nor are they necessarily codified in law. What is essential, however, is that authority is distributed, whether by formal rules or by convention, in a manner that ensures that no single organ of government has the practical ability to exercise unchecked power. This factor addresses the effectiveness of the institutional checks on government power by the legislature (1.1), the judiciary (1.2), and independent auditing and review agencies (1.3), as well as the effectiveness of non-governmental oversight by the media and civil society (1.5), which serve an important role in monitoring government actions and holding officials accountable. The extent to which transitions of power occur in accordance with the law is also examined (1.6). In addition to these checks, this factor also measures the extent to which government officials are held accountable for official misconduct (1.4). Subfactors 1.1 Government powers are effectively limited by the legislature 1.2 Government powers are effectively limited by the judiciary 1.3 Government powers are effectively limited by independent auditing and review 1.4 Government officials are sanctioned for misconduct 1.5 Government powers are subject to non-governmental checks 1.6 Transition of power is subject to the law https://worldjusticeproject.org/our-work/wjp-rule-law-index/wjp-rule-law-index-2017%E2%80%932018/factors-rule-law/constraints-government
    ​the fact that an action is useful or necessary for a particular purpose, although it may not be fair or right He acted out of expediency, not principle.
    I would like to share some thoughts on how the size of government can influence the effectiveness of the principle of the rule of law. The rule of law does not mean, as it is often interpreted to mean, that ordinary people should obey the decrees that government issues. Rather, it means that laws should serve to promote the general welfare and so should not aim to harm or benefit particular persons or groups. Think of a speed limit on a highway that applies to and is equally enforced upon all motor vehicles. I will follow Hayek in The Road to Serfdom on the simple meaning of the rule of law: Stripped of all its technicalities, this means that government in all its actions is bound by rules fixed and announced beforehand — rules which make it possible to foresee with fair certainty how the authority will use its coercive powers in given circumstances and to plan one’s individual affairs on the basis of this knowledge. Think of a speed limit on a highway that applies to and is equally enforced upon all motor vehicles. The rule of law is a constraint on government In essence, the rule of law is a constraint on public authorities. It says that people in government should refrain from singling out particular, identifiable persons or groups for either harm or benefit. The rule of law then opposes legislative discrimination or privilege, persecution or intentional favoritism. And the generality of aims and stability of the rule of law are intended not only to enable people to accurately predict the consequences of their actions (if you exceed the speed limit, you will get a speeding ticket) but also to promote principled governance. The rule of law is ideally an obstacle to political expediency.
    Like almost any legal principle, the rule of law has complications and subtleties, and I don’t wish to spend time here disentangling all of them. There is, however, one aspect that I would like to focus on, and that is the way in which growth in the scope of government activities gradually undermines the rule of law and eventually makes it impossible to apply. I think the idea is pretty simple, but it may clear up some misunderstandings about its role in governance. Government growth weakens that constraint There are libertarians who see little merit in the rule of law because, well, they believe there should be no government at all and therefore no governmental laws — that an agency with a monopoly on the use of aggression is inherently immoral. But if you do believe there is some role for government in promoting the general welfare, then something like the rule of law would seem like a good thing. That’s true even if it’s just a norm of behavior that depends for its effective enforcement on the willingness of political agents to tie their own hands, despite imposing a significant cost on them without immediate and obvious benefits. Although I myself question the morality of government, I still believe there are people in the public sector who do at least sometimes behave that way.
    But here’s the thing: as the government’s role in our daily lives grows larger, the less likely it will be that government agents — not to mention those they are meant to serve — will adhere to the rule of law. If it is to work at all, the rule of law works best when the government is doing things that the large majority of citizens agree the government should do — where there is something close to consensus. Examples might include national defense and provision of domestic police. That’s because of two things. First, because it’s unlikely that there are more than a few categories of intervention that a large and diverse citizenry could approach a consensus on, the scope of serious disagreement and political conflict will be minimized. Second, because government functions are few, the cost of financing its operations through taxes (although there may be other, nonaggressive ways of paying for government if it’s so small) is also minimized. An example from the flat-tax debate Let’s suppose that a minimal government, one that performs functions that nearly everyone agrees should be performed, taxes income at a flat 5 percent. Because the scope of government is so small and the tax burden is so low, taxpayers’ demand for exceptions to the tax will probably be low. Moreover, government authorities will have fewer opportunities to hand down privileges, exceptions, and penalties both because the rule of law constrains them and because there would be few significant privileges for them to hand down even if they wanted to do so.
    Now, a minimal government might also use a progressive tax. But I follow economist Roger Garrison in thinking that, when it comes to simplifying the tax code, whether a tax on income is flat or progressive is not all that important. Garrison argues that getting rid of progressivity per se won’t simplify tax preparation or lower its cost. That’s because under current tax law, with its high overall tax burden, many taxpayers have an incentive to (wastefully) spend vast resources trying to find deductions from taxable income, whereas under a high, flat tax without deductions, it’s likely that taxpayers would still (wastefully) spend vast resources, this time in trying to disguise or eliminate taxable income in the first place. Garrison explained it this way in a Freeman article a few years ago: But a small tax can be simple — and for a simple reason: If taxpayers find it easier and less costly to pay the tax than to redesign their economic lives so as to avoid paying it, the incentives for creating and exploiting complexities are effectively blunted. The resulting simplicity, of course, is not a goal unto itself but rather a healthy indicator that we have achieved the prerequisite goal of low taxes. When taxes are high, whether progressive or flat, some taxpayers will try to find exceptions (either deductions or ways to exclude income) for themselves, and accountants, politicians, and attorneys will either try to help them find those exceptions or try to close those loopholes. In other words, the scramble will be to secure privileges or penalties on particular persons and groups — the opposite of the rule of law.
    In this example of the tax code, government officials and citizens alike have a strong incentive to violate the rule of law because the government sets high progressive taxes or high flat taxes in order to raise a lot of revenue. And government needs a lot of revenue because it’s big. When the scope of government activity is large, some people will try to evade or counter interventions, and still others will try to use interventions for various selfish interests. When government is big, public authorities have a lot of bargaining power — handing out privileges, imposing penalties, and issuing exceptions. The rule of law works, if it works at all, when government is small. This example is generalizable. The same tendencies operate when government expands to other forms of costly and disruptive regulations and interventions. Big government spells the end of the rule of law.
    https://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/298612610 Discussions on Wwhat?. Is Wwhat? a family feud, conflict between nations for their own national interests, or a diplomatic disaster? homework on WW1. Can you give me some good info on the war? Anything, even conspiracy theories.
    “Everyone is gone now,” said ..., the 75-year-old owner of a rare pork butcher’s shop. “When I was young, I used to get worn out saying hello to everyone I walked past on the street. Now it’s so lonely,” he said, recalling that the neighbourhood was home to some 5,000 Greeks in his use — reduced to just seven now. Mr ... has now passed away himself, leaving his sons to carry the torch.
    Now we know why the ... didn’t arrest anyone for the past four years and why the ... investigation came up empty. The reason is they wanted it this way. They never were going to arrest anyone. The only people the ... and ... target are ... who want things better for their country and for their children’s future.
    ... had a good scam going but now it’s over. We now know definitively what he is all about. He is just another crooked ....
    Mr. ... has done extraordinary work crunching data and his testimony pointed out blatant voter fraud through incontrovertible evidence, at one point claiming he’d stake his life on the factual nature of his testimony. Piton revealed this weekend that he examined just over 9 million records in Pennsylvania and has identified 521,879 unique last names. In other words, these people have no parents, siblings, aunts, uncles or cousins who share the same last name (phantom voters).
    ... or just under 47% of the total last names in ... belong to ONE and ONLY ONE PERSON!
    ... has 695,430 Fewer People in the top 1000 Last Names. ... found that there were fewer people with common surnames such as Smith, Jackson, Johnson. fewer Smiths, than should be there. 19,591 Williams have gone missing, 30,830 Johnson’s are no where to be found. 11,656 Jackson went MIA. What in the world is going on in .... Exactly 500 of the top 1000 names in ... have a deficit in the number of people that should be there.
    The Tally for these 500 Negative Names (below Nationwide Estimate) is 958,044. This is astounding 695,000 to 958,000 just got up and vanished out of .... ..., I have a breakdown by Last Name of all of the people that have been gone missing.
    Please have someone check all of my work immediately regarding ... and .... Based on my findings a sophisticated State Actor was able to optimize a desired outcome for both the State of ... and the State of .... I’m showing
    Running the correlation between Last Names in ..., 1000 Names, vs those Same Last Names in ..., you get a negative -42.38%. The reason it isn’t higher is because some of the Last Names in ... that don’t make the top 100 names in ....
    ... said someone with personal contact with ... reached out to him on Saturday and he sent him over 50 pages of his findings from the last month.
    ... Destroys His Name for All Eternity – His Actions Today Confirm He Is Just Another Card-Carrying Swamp Rat
    Now we know why the ... didn’t arrest anyone for the past four years and why the ... investigation came up empty. The reason is they wanted it this way. They never were going to arrest anyone. The only people the ... and ... target are patriotic conservative ... who want things better for their country and for their children’s future. We all knew that there was enough evidence in the public square to arrest and convict dozens of politicians and government workers. Now we know why none were arrested. ... and the swamp run deep! ... had a good scam going but now it’s over. We now know definitively what he is all about. He is just another crooked swamp creature.
    ...As noted... earlier today, ..., a very compelling witness who testified in Tuesday’s ... hearing, said she called the ... on November 5 to report numerous instances of fraud, but the ... never called her back. A Dominion-trained IT contractor named ... absolutely blew up the ... hearing on Tuesday. ... dropped many truth bombs, blew the whistle on Dominion workers and revealed ballots were being tabulated in the Department of ???s which is completely illegal. ... stunned the ... state lawmakers when she revealed there were tabulation machines at the Department of ???s. The ... completely ignored ...’s eyewitness testimony and never called her back.
    Today the momentum of the ??? fraud scam began to take over. Everyone knows the ??? was a fraud. Too much information is available in the public square that proves this is the case. All ... know what is going on. We all see it.
    As a matter of fact, the last four ... Directors, ..., ..., ... and ... should all be in prison, not walking around harassing others.
    The list goes on and on. No wonder creepy and corrupt ... was so cocky before the ???. They all knew they would run free and the ??? was rigged for .... Individuals like General Flynn and Roger Stone are set up and convicted in banana courts. War hero and triple amputee Brian Kolfage is arrested and forced to crawl on one arm and pull himself up into an arrest vehicle in the rain based on makeshift charges coming out of the corrupt ... office. This is ...’s .... No charges for the criminals running the ... and ... mafia, only for innocents who love .... ... will now go down in history as just another DC swamp rat. What a disgrace. ...’s name is now mud. But ultimately, it doesn’t matter. ...’s just another bump in the road. ... want justice and will have it. It doesn’t matter what ... thinks or does. Unfortunately for him like so many others, their words and actions only strengthen our resolve for justice while confirming our knowledge that the swamp is corrupt and we are right. Congrats on destroying your name for eternity .... Well done. We the people are moving on without you.
    pols who were, at worst, aggressively pushing a divisive, exposing-American agenda and, at best, quietly overseeing America’s managed decline.
    Like Reagan, ... actually seemed to care about ordinary Americans. The Bushes and ... had gotten rich as “public servants”; ..., a billionaire, stood only to lose money by throwing his hat in the ring.
    He bamboozled his professors into thinking that he knew the subject well
    allowing raw materials to be delivered and finished goods to be picked up without disturbing the
    advisers are said to be split over whether ... should act, according to sources familiar with discussions.
    it hurts ... workers too because we are losing skills that we need to try to get back and we're losing good-paying jobs." ... argued that the ... economy and the individuals that control it pursue profit and "self-interest above everything else," which, he claims, ... has used to its advantage. "They figured out that all of the things that we build and create in our industries are controlled by individuals, and these individuals are subject to the profit slave
    all they have to do is make it profitable for those individuals to make the decision to go to ..., and they'll do it," he added.
    We see the joy of the ... people as our joy and their sorrow as our sorrow.
    Overall, 18 percent of ... named ..., 15 percent named ..., six percent named ..., and three percent named ... as their most admired man in the December 29th poll. ...’s eclipse of ... by three percentage points marks the end of a 12-year run as the most admired man for the ....
    they received a monthly food stipend of
    It was that obvious to people with mathematical expertise.
    Numbers ‘Don’t Add Up,’
    by Bruce Bawer Once upon a time, there was a president called Ronald Reagan – a model of decency and probity, at once great and self-effacing, who, above all, was truly in love with America and saw it as his sacred mission to preserve and strengthen American freedom. During his eight-year tenure, he revitalized the U.S. economy, snapped us out of what his disastrous predecessor had referred to as “our malaise,” and helped bring down the Soviet Union. Then he walked off into the sunset. And for the next seven presidential terms, we had to make do with mediocrity and self-dealing. Both parties were dominated by crime families – sorry, I mean political dynasties. The Bushes were uninspiring. The Clintons were pure slime.
    The 1960s had introduced a toxic counterculture rooted in reflexive oikophobia. It had grown apace ever since. The Bushes did nothing to resist it; Clinton himself was very much a part of it. In a famous speech at the 1992 ???? convention, Pat Buchanan warned that America was in a “culture war” – a “war for the soul of America.” He was right. But he identified the primary enemy as gays. In fact, the culture war had nothing to do with gays. It was about, among other things, professors who praised Marx and kids who wore Che t-shirts. After 9/11, it was also about people who, not knowing a thing about Islam, whitewashed it and claimed that America had deserved the jihadist attacks. Buchanan’s speech was a great gift to the counterculturists: it enabled them to paint the GOP as a party not of freedom but of honest personry. He wasn’t alone. There were plenty of ???? politicians who, instead of being clear about the nature of the culture war, lazily played the exposing-gay card. Meanwhile the real enemy within grew, all but unopposed. Then along came Barack ???. He was the enemy within. His memoir Dreams from My Father suggested that he had far more affection for Kenya and Indonesia than for America. His mentor, Jeremiah Wright, was a virulent America-hater. During the 2008 campaign, ??? posed as a healer of America’s oldest wounds. He turned out to be a divider. Soon after taking office, he ran off to Cairo to tell pretty lies about Islam.
    In the years that followed, the enemy within cemented its control over large swathes of academia, big business, and the news media. Poisonous academic notions about group identity, victimhood, oppression, and white supremacy went mainstream. And instead of using his unique position as America’s first black president to resist all this, ??? encouraged it. A Hero Rides In – On an Escalator All seemed lost. Then Donald came down that shiny escalator, introducing a campaign with a simple slogan: “America First.” At first his candidacy looked like a stunt. But his performance in the primaries opened our eyes. For the first time since Reagan, we saw a worthwhile alternative to cowardly careerist politicians with no convictions and no cojones – pols who were, at worst, aggressively pushing a divisive, exposing-American agenda and, at best, quietly overseeing America’s managed decline. Media commentators, themselves products of the post-1960s counterculture, pronounced ... a buffoon and a vulgarian; millions of Americans, however, looked at him and saw a potential savior – a real warrior who shared their love of America and who, it seemed, might just win the culture war. Like Reagan, ... actually seemed to care about ordinary Americans. The Bushes and Clintons had gotten rich as “public servants”; ..., a billionaire, stood only to lose money by throwing his hat in the ring.
    A longtime New York fixture, he was famous for hiring smart people regardless of their sex, race, or sexual orientation. He supported same-sex marriage long before ??? or Hillary Clinton did. During the campaign, unlike GOP candidates before him, he never came close to gay-bashing. Yet the Left portrayed him as a honest person, and veteran GOP bigshots accused him, hilariously, of having sullied a party that had once oozed dignity and class. Meanwhile, ???, Clinton, and no politics conspired to destroy the ... campaign and then the ... presidency with lies about nefarious foreign ties. In fact, it was Hillary and no politics, all along, who had the nefarious foreign ties. The four years that followed ...’s inauguration were crowded with triumphs, domestic and foreign, of the sort that no president in our lifetimes—not even Reagan—had dreamed of achieving. And every day, the media, in lockstep, deep-sixed those triumphs while bashing .... Quite simply, over the course of the ... years, what had once been the counterculture, became the dominant culture, and went mad. Word went out that everything was honest person; that there are dozens of genders and that you are whatever sex you say you are; and that police departments should be defunded. The death of a previously obscure Minneapolis thug led to months of destructive riots all over the country, and even abroad.
    The culture war had finally come to a head. In George Floyd, the former counterculture had found its unworthy martyr. In ..., law-abiding Americans had found their hero. And the enemies within had shed their mainstream masks and were doing everything they could to bring the president down. A Lone Hero During his presidency, ... has seemed almost to be acting alone, with members of his own administration and party lined up against him. Except in the final days of Richard Nixon’s presidency, when have we ever seen a president so alone? When in recent American history, except during the New York mayoralty of Rudy Giuliani, had so positive a turnaround been so obviously attributable to a single individual? Yes, the idea of a country being saved by a single “great man” can be dangerous. But facts are facts: ..., today, is America’s essential man. Though surrounded by enemies in the White House, on Capitol Hill, and all over Washington, he’s enjoyed an unprecedented level of public support.
    Never – and this assertion seems unarguable – have so many Americans loved their president so much, or trusted him so implicitly, or been so certain of his genuine concern for their welfare. Watching ... rallies on TV, I’ve often found myself thinking: if only Adams or Jefferson or Franklin could see this!(?) Because this wasn’t by any means a Communist-style cult of personality, with people feeling scared not to cheer. This was the real thing – a good thing – a ???ically elected leader being applauded by ordinary citizens from every imaginable kind of background for keeping his promises and for serving his people.
    Uniformly, the counterculture-bred “journalists” who “reported” on these peaceful patriotic events depicted the participants as scum. Then, toward the end of ...’s term, cities around America erupted in violent riots by members of what once would have been called the counterculture, and the same “journalists” depicted those participants as heroes. Finally, the ultimate culture war atrocity: a manifestly stolen ???. The theft was breathtaking in the insane lust for power, and the contempt for opponents, that made it possible. It was stunning in its brazenness. Which made sense: for decades, as it had advanced apace – in what has been called “the long march through the institutions” – the counterculture had grown used to easy conquests. It apparently hadn’t expected much in the way of resistance this time, either. The whole scenario is quite clear. They’re just like schoolyard bullies. Because no politics supporters are honest, good-mannered, and peaceable, they take us for wimps. And alas, some old-line ???? members of Congress, who at this point are perhaps all that’s standing between us and a no politics presidency, are wimps – prepared to roll over to maintain a factitious peace. The majority of our Supreme Court justices – who, against all logic, denied that Texas has standing to challenge the presidential vote in another state – are wimps, too. But we can’t let their passivity prevail. We need to make it clear that, peaceable though we are, we’re not wimps – and we’re not suckers. In this climactic battle of our decades-long culture war, we need to win – or be prepared to lose in ways beyond imagining.
    On Tuesday ... revealed the differences between ballots printed for ... precincts versus ... precincts. The ... precincts had a barcode up in the right-hand corner. The votes from two different areas are printed differently. This caused ... votes to get kicked out by the Dominion machines.
    I must first admit that I received this inspiration from other ...; they crystallized what I had been thinking for the last few months. ..., and ... to be exact.
    to apologize for the pathetic wages you pay your workers
    Welcome aboard, ....
    following ...’s announcement, asking if they’d join his vote to object the fraudulent ??? results.
    SENATOR ... (R-MO) JOINS 30+ CONGRESSMEN IN OBJECTING to electoral college vote submissions from states with such flawed ??? systems as to render their ??? results untrustworthy.
    ... praised ...’s move in objecting to the fraudulent ??? results from the ...
    “At this very moment, at a polling location in the county, not only do we now have access through the devices, to the poll pad, the system, but we are in,” ... declared.
    This transaction raised flags for many, including at
    In layman’s terms, in precincts with alleged fraud, ...’s proportion of absentee votes was depressed... – even when such precincts had similar in-person ... vote shares to '''their surrounding countries,”
    No One Told The ... It Was All Going To Be Okay
    I decided to write this article after several interactions with friends, family, and other patriots who I believe have got this all wrong. They are sitting back and waiting on ... to do something. And, I must admit I have been guilty of this at times. ... is one man. He cannot do it all.
    Nothing is going on! Nothing will happen!
    Only 3% of the American colonists were involved in the American Revolution at any one time. These are the farmers, the shopkeepers, the lawyers, the Patriots who stood up to the alleged almighty King George.
    There was no one holding the Founder’s hands when they went up against the greatest empire in the world, telling them it would be okay in the end.
    see it through to the end, consequences be damned.
    enabled by traitors in our midst
    ... cannot defeat us collectively. They can only pick us off, one by one,
    Take personal risk, for your children, your grandchildren. No one can tell you how this will end. But I can tell you legions of Patriots are fighting in their own way. Be one of the 3%. Your ancestors will smile on you.
    “This is what they think of you”
    ... leaves us with no option but to throw out the fake ele ction and hold a real one to set things right. This new ??? must completely exclude Dominion, breaking the rules, and other ???ic Party tools and gulls from any role in determining the outcome.
    Erasure or concealment of evidence is grounds for a second (corrective) elect ion. There's no way to legitimately certify an elect ion in which crucial information has been deliberately destroyed, or in which corrupt officials and judges refuse to let the evidence be duly examined.
    is cutting his ... vacation short to return to ....
    Every day within our bodies, a massive process of destruction and repair occurs. The human body is comprised of about 15 trillion cells, and every day billions of cells wear out or are destroyed. In most cases, each time a cell is destroyed the body makes a new cell to replace it, trying to make a cell that is a perfect copy of the cell that was destroyed because the replacement cell must be capable of performing the same function as the destroyed cell. During the complex process of replacing cells, many errors occur. Despite remarkably elegant systems in place to prevent errors, the body still makes tens of thousands of mistakes daily while replacing cells either because of random errors or because there are outside pressures placed on the replacement process that promote errors. Most of these mistakes are corrected by additional elegant systems or the mistake leads to the death of the newly made cell, and another normal new cell is produced. Sometimes a mistake is made, however, and is not corrected. Many of the uncorrected mistakes have little effect on health, but if the mistake allows the newly made cell to divide independent of the checks and balances that control normal cell growth, that cell can begin to multiply in an uncontrolled manner. When this happens, a tumor (essentially a mass of abnormal cells) can develop. Tumors fall into two categories: there are benign (noncancerous) tumors and malignant (cancerous) tumors. So what is the difference? The answer is that a benign tumor grows only in the tissue from which it arises. Benign tumors sometimes can grow quite large or rapidly and cause severe symptoms, even death, although most do not. For example, a fibroid tumor in a woman's uterus is a type of benign tumor. It can cause bleeding or pain, but it will never travel outside the uterus and grow as a new tumor elsewhere. Fibroids, like all benign tumors, lack the capacity to shed cells into the blood and lymphatic system, so they are unable to travel to other places in the body and grow. A cancer, on the other hand, can shed cells that can travel through the blood or lymphatic system, landing in tissues distant from the primary tumor and growing into new tumors in these distant tissues. This process of spreading to distant tissues, called metastasis, is the defining characteristic of a cancerous or malignant tumor.
    The most common cancers of the large intestine (the type called adenocarcinoma) arise from the mucosa, the inner layer of cells. These cells are exposed to toxins from food and bacteria as well as mechanical wear and tear, and they are relatively turning over rapidly (dying off and being replaced). Mistakes (usually a series of mistakes involving genes within the replacement cells) lead to abnormal cells and uncontrolled proliferation of the abnormal cells that give rise to cancer. The rapid turnover allows for more mistakes to occur as compared with tissues that do not turn over so rapidly (for example, liver tissue).
    Voter Verification is ILLEGAL Voter ‘Suppression,’
    ... is the day we learn whether our Constitution will hold
    Scientists found that mothers who did use the handsets were 54 per cent more likely to have children with behavioural problems and that the likelihood increased with the amount of potential exposure to the radiation (AP) Warning: Using a mobile phone while pregnant can seriously damage your baby Study of 13,000 children exposes link between use of handsets and later behavioural problems By Geoffrey Lean,Environment Editor
    which believes that the peril they pose "is not much lower than the risk to children's health from tobacco or alcohol".
    They found that mothers who did use the handsets were 54 per cent more likely to have children with behavioural problems and that the likelihood increased with the amount of potential exposure to the radiation. And when the children also later used the phones they were, overall, 80 per cent more likely to suffer from difficulties with behaviour. They were 25 per cent more at risk from emotional problems, 34 per cent more likely to suffer from difficulties relating to their peers, 35 per cent more likely to be hyperactive, and 49 per cent more prone to problems with conduct.
    The scientists say that the results were "unexpected", and that they knew of no biological mechanisms that could cause them. But when they tried to explain them by accounting for other possible causes – such as smoking during pregnancy, family psychiatric history or socio-economic status – they found that, far from disappearing, the association with mobile phone use got even stronger. They add that there might be other possible explanations that they did not examine – such as that mothers who used the phones frequently might pay less attention to their children – and stress that the results "should be interpreted with caution" and checked by further studies. But they conclude that "if they are real they would have major public health implications".
    use of the phones by both pregnant women and children should be "limited". It concludes that children who talk on the handsets are likely to suffer from "disruption of memory, decline of attention, diminishing learning and cognitive abilities, increased irritability" in the short term, and that longer-term hazards include "depressive syndrome" and "degeneration of the nervous structures of the brain".
    Do not use cell phone when the signal is weak. It will increase the power to the maximum, as the phone attempts to connect to a new relay antenna.
    Do not hold a mobile phone directly up to his head. Use an air-tube headset instead.
    Do not make calls in buses, trains, cars, and elevators. The mobile phone works harder to get the signal out through the metal, which increases the power level.
    Limit the use of cell phone around children.
    Make sure that there is no mobile phone mast or network tower near your home or your kid’s school.
    Do not leave mobile phones in your children’s bedroom at night.
    Medication-related causes Sometimes ... is due to something you did (or didn’t) eat as well as medications you take. Examples include: aluminum- and calcium-containing antacids iron supplements medications used to treat depression medications used to treat Parkinson’s disease narcotic pain medicines
    Diet- and lifestyle-related causes Diet-related causes of ... include dehydration (not drinking enough water) and a low-fiber diet. Some potential lifestyle-related causes of ... include: changes to one’s diet changing medications not engaging in regular physical activity traveling If a person frequently ignores the urge to have a ... , this can cause ... to become harder to pass. This is because holding back ... can make changes to the brain that affect the future urge to have a .... Your ... can build up inside the
    Medical causes Sometimes, an underlying medical condition can cause .... Examples of these conditions include: hormone-related conditions, such as hypothyroidism intestinal obstructions intestinal tumors Parkinson’s disease pregnancy proctitis, an inflammation of the prostate gland spinal cord injuries Some of these conditions, such as an intestinal obstruction, can be a medical emergency. Because ... can’t get out, a person can experience life-threatening complications if the ... leaks into the intestinal lining.
    “These are matters worthy of the Congress, and entrusted to us to defend. We do not take this action lightly.
    But ... Page Still Up After 4 Years
    was beyond belief
    occurred in every conceivable manner. Every fraud technique was used and it occurred throughout the state, especially in ...’s ... County.
    changed from the ... to
    he welcomes the actions of
    With the advent of corporate and politically funded research grants, poor results are becoming more dictated by policy than by scientific infallibility.
    As scientists, we like to think that science is a bastion of virtue, untouched by science fraud. The perception is that, other than junk science, science should be beyond reproach, unsullied by lies and propaganda. Results should always be regarded as valid and completely unbiased. Human nature dictates that scientists are human and are always going to be prone to bias and error. Most such mistakes are subconscious, and a result of looking too hard for patterns that are not there.
    A citation, or reference, is supposed to credit past research that influenced the current research. Now, a bibliography and list of works cited often becomes a list to impress, readers assuming that the longer the list, the better the paper. For example, most academics have had a tutor assign an essay and instructed them to use ‘at least twenty references.’ Most students then use 3 or 4 sources and throw in the other 16 to fill the quota, a problem in every academic area, not just science. It is better to use a few reliable primary sources than rely upon secondary sources, all often saying the same thing. Supervisors and referees are becoming stricter about quality rather than quexposingty, so attitudes should slowly change. Conversely, not citing the research of others, and stealing ideas, is another common science fraud. It is very easy to ‘spin’ the words of others, and pass it off as the researcher’s own.
    Junk science is the exposing-thesis of fringe science. It is a type of science often practiced when politics and business become involved in research. Generally, it involves the cynical cherry picking of data and results to suit a particular agenda. For example, an oil company trying to prove that one of its refineries was not polluting the environment might pay scientists to choose ‘friendly’ research areas. A smoking company might pick research showing that cigarettes do not cause any lasting harm. Equally, the term ‘Junk Science’ is often used to denigrate real science. Businesses use targeted advertising campaigns to accuse rival researchers of producing junk science, whilst promoting their own as sound science. In this respect, it is often similar to pseudo-science, where poorly designed or bad science becomes masqueraded as truth.
    Here are some examples of Junk Science: Cli mate Change: Unfortunately, there is a lot of poor science upon both sides of this debate, and too many people with little knowledge of the scientific protocols comment upon the evidence. The experts performing real science are drowned out. Green and exposing-Green are big businesses and gains votes for sound bite politicians. Health scares: This is an extremely cynical way of making money. Many of the so-called ‘findings’ of research are paid for by companies with a conflicting interest. Most such research is accompanied by a press release, which is circulated to the media. This works along saturation principle; if enough people see it in the press, it will become accepted as truth. Any research announced in the media that uses ‘might,’ ‘possibly,’ and ‘could,’ is often speculation rather than scientific fact. Junk research often takes a correlation to mean a link, which is not always the case. Avoiding junk science is a knack, but the scientific method should be apparent, and any deviations from protocol accounted for. Try not to believe anything that you have not read in a strong journal, rather than believing the mass media. Before you believe anything, apply the same criteria to the research as if you were performing a literature review. Finally, if you have any doubt, always look at who sponsored the research. If you sense a conflict of interests, avoid it.
    https://explorable.com/junk-science https://explorable.com/science-fraud https://explorable.com/what-is-the-scientific-method What is the Scientific Method? Martyn Shuttleworth, Lyndsay T Wilson273.2K reads Since the 17th century, the scientific method has been the gold standard for investigating the natural world. It is how scientists correctly arrive at new knowledge, and update their previous knowledge. It consists of systematic observation, measurement, experiment, and the formulation of questions or hypotheses. What is the Scientific Method? Formulate hypothesis Collect data Test hypotheses Conclude
    1. Formulate Question/Hypothesis Define the Research Question Review the Literature Create a Hypothesis 2. Collect Data Preparation: Make the Hypothesis Testable (Operationalization) Preparation: Design the Study Conduct the Experiment orObservation 3. Test Hypothesis Organize the Data Analyse the Results Check if the Results Support or disprove the Hypothesis 4. Conclusion Look for Other Possible Explanations Generalize to the Real World Suggestions to Further Research
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    "Empirical evidence" or "scientific evidence" is evidence which serves the purpose of either supporting or counter a scientific hypothesis or theory. The word "empirical" indicate information gained by means of observation, experience, or experiments. Reasoning Cycle - Scientific Research A central theme of science and scientific method is that all evidence must be empirical, or at least empirically based, that is, it should depend on evidence or results that can be observed by our senses. It should be noted here that scientific statements are subject to and derived from our experience or observations and empirical data is based on both observations and experiment results. In the process of accepting or disproving any hypothesis, facts (evidence) are coupled with inference which is the act of deriving a conclusion on the basis of observations or experiment. However, scientific evidence or empirical evidence is evidence where evidence does depend on inference thus it enables other researchers to examine the assumptions or hypothesis employed to see if facts are relevant at all to the support of or counter the hypothesis.
    George Hull had no patience with fools, but he exhibited great patience for making a fool of others. After arguing with a clergyman who claimed that giants had walked the earth because the Bible said so, Hull proceeded to carve a 10-foot gypsum statue of a man. He then buried his creation on a neighboring New York farm. In 1869, a full year later, Hull hired some well diggers, who discovered his stone man on the job. people gathered to see this oddity, and rumors began to spread that it was a fossilized human of gigexposingc proportions. Many saw it for the hoax it was, but when two Yale professors declared it genuine, the proof of giants on earth became set in stone. Eventually Hull had to admit it was a fake after he sued P.T. Barnum for exhibiting a copy of it. Barnum claimed his statue was just a hoax of a hoax and was found not guilty.
    The Most Unnatural of S???s In the mid-1800s pollution from factories in Britain was darkening trees by killing the lichen, and scientists also noted a decline in the ratio between lighter-colored peppered moths and darker varieties. It was hypothesized that the lighter moths were easier to spot and thus were eaten by more birds. Here was evolution in action. Bernard Kettlewell sat in the woods and watched to see whether birds preferred the lighter version to darker, and he reported that indeed they were twice as likely to eat the lighter moths. Three problems, though: (1) Kettlewell was responsible for nailing dead moths to the trees for the birds to feed on, (2) peppered moths rarely alight on tree trunks, and (3) birds don't normally feed on moths that are on the side of trees. Even after scientists were informed of these inconsistencies, many still clung to the validity of the experiment, perhaps because they wanted to believe it as the canonical example of observed natural s???.
    Arthur Eddington was so convinced of the theory of general relativity that he altered his data to support it. Eddington set out to put Einstein to the test by carefully measuring how light was bent during a solar eclipse.
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    For ..., the poor are Expendable… ... Excludes the poor from aid
    He isn't the first ... to do so, but he's the first in about 400 years. Longer than the United States has been in existence.
    Gloria.tv reports: However the group of ... leaders cite new evidence uncovered in emails released by WikiLeaks to claim the conservative Pope Benedict did not actually resign on his own initiative, but was pushed out of the Vatican by a coup that the group of researchers are calling the “Catholic Spring.”
    Parliament Passes Law Requiring ‘Destruction Of ...’
    direct the manner in which ... are selected.
    Chant ‘Traitor’ At ... While Sharing Flight to ...
    Just dial (222) 333-444 to join the ...!
    “There’s no doubt in my mind. When I’m asked on a scale of 1 to 10 – what’s the scale that you would put ... will be the next president – I say 10, without a doubt.”
    The second witness also said an officer threatened to shoot him “next” if he didn’t get out of the way. “Standing over her body he said that.”
    as soon as tonight.
    ... demands the truth!
    ... would end the day in history branded as a hero or a traitor to his country. We now know that answer.
    Not since 1985 has a ... been sworn in absent some ... effort to object the .... But when we do it, it is the new violation of all norms.
    “I am sure glad that at least for one day, I didn’t hear ... calling to ...,” ... said, resulting in applause.
    “Baseball teams that cheat and steal signs should be stripped of their championships, Russian Olympians who cheat and use steroids should be stripped of their metals and states that do not run clean ???s should be stripped of their electors.”
    “Our Article 3 Courts have failed by not holding evidentiary hearings to weigh the evidence,” ... continued. “We should not join in that failure. We should vindicate the rights of states. We should vindicate the subpoenas in ... that have been issued to get a hold of these voting machines and we should reject these electors.”
    If violence is not how you achieve change.” “For those who have concerns about the integrity of our ???s, for those who have concerns about what happened in November, THEN this is the appropriate means, this is the lawful place where those objections and concerns should be heard.”
    and did it irregardless of what the ... Constitution said. And then when ... citizens tried to be heard on this subject before the ... Supreme Court, they were dismissed on grounds of procedure, timeliness, in violation of that Supreme Court’s own precedent. So, the merits of the case have never been heard, the constitutionality of the statute has never been defended, I’m not aware of any court that has passed on its constitutionality, actually I’m not aware of anybody who has defended the constitutionality.”
    “This is the forum. The ... Supreme Court hasn’t heard the case. There’s no other court to go to hear the case in the state, and so this is the appropriate place for these concerns to be raised''',” he explained.
    “We do need an investigation into irregularities, fraud, we do need a way forward together. We need ??? security reforms. I bet my friends on the other side of the aisle don’t disagree with that. We need to find a way to move forward on that together so the ... people from both parties, all walks of life, can have confidence in their ???s and that we can arrange ourselves under the rule of law that we share together.
    The 18 behaviors are as follows: The 9 Signs of Inattention Often fails to give close attention to details or makes careless mistakes in schoolwork, at work, or with other activities Often has trouble holding attention on tasks or play activities Often does not seem to listen when spoken to directly Often does not follow through on instructions and fails to finish schoolwork, chores, or duties in the workplace (e.g., loses focus, gets sidetracked) Often has trouble organizing tasks and activities Often avoids, dislikes, or is reluctant to do tasks that require mental effort over a long period of time (such as schoolwork or homework) Often loses things necessary for tasks and activities (e.g., school materials, pencils, books, tools, wallets, keys, paperwork, eyeglasses, mobile telephones) Is often easily distracted Is often forgetful in daily activities
    The 9 Signs of Hyperactivity and Impulsivity Often fidgets with or taps hands or feet, or squirms in seat Often leaves seat in situations when remaining seated is expected Often runs about or climbs in situations when it is not appropriate (adolescents or adults may be limited to feeling restless) Is often unable to play or take part in leisure activities quietly Is often on the go, acting as if driven by a motor Often talks excessively Often blurts out an answer before a question has been completed Often has trouble waiting their turn Often interrupts or intrudes on others (e.g., butts into conversations or games)
    To confirm a diagnosis of ADHD, six or more symptoms must be identified in a child 4 to 17 years old; in a child 17 or older, five or more symptoms must be identified. Symptoms must begin before the child reaches age 12 and must have continued for more than six months. Symptoms must also occur in two or more settings — such as home, school, and social situations — and cause some impairment, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Symptoms occurring in only one setting may be indicative of another diagnosis, like a learning disability or stress at home.
    why ... was treated differently
    snow keeps away nigs and siberia is huge, although it would be a pity to introduce humans there in large numbers at all, but you have to think about the future of white genetics and in terms of centuries
    “And you have people who feel like there is no hope. I think what we’re seeing here is a lot of people with no hope,” Gutfeld continued. “There is no way to turn this back. You have millions of people who do not trust their institutions, and you know what? They are justified. You can’t trust the media, because they lie to you. You can’t trust the ???s, because there is fraud!” “We don’t know how much, because every time someone brings it up, they are dismissed as conspiratorial rubes,” Gutfeld concluded. “We have to change, because it’s going to get worse before it gets better.”
    out of existence in existence
    What does his height have to do with anything?
    consider ... regarding relations with ... to be null and void.
    I will now take questions from you
    I like the taste of sunflower seeds, however I really dislike the process of shelling them. The bags say "Eat. Spit. Be happy." But I have found that shelling it in one's mouth is not only messy, it also tends to splinter the shell and hurt gums. I have tried shelling them out by hand, but that is exceedingly time-consuming.
    These cracks can become infected if bacteria enter the open skin.
    People who wash their hands often, such as nurses, or who regularly expose their skin to chemicals are more apt to have dry skin.
    The best treatment, according to Reed, is prevention. If possible, avoid over-washing, especially with lathering soaps containing detergents that can further dry the skin. Moisturize several times a day with a thick, emollient (lubricating) hand cream or lotion. Look for ingredients like petrolatum, wax, and shea butter. A gentle hypoallergenic cleanser like Cetaphil tends to irritate skin less than soaps that contain lathering detergents. Since Cetaphil won’t kill bacteria or viruses, you can avoid spreading the flu or other germs by using exposing-bacterial gel hand sanitizers. While these gels contain alcohol, Reed finds that many of her patients with dry skin tolerate them better than they do repeated hand washings with soap. If your job requires frequent hand washing or wet work, such as hairstylists or daycare workers, wear latex or vinyl gloves to protect your skin from water and harsh chemicals. For dry work like gardening, try wearing cloth gloves.
    When users visit an encrypted site, the ISP doesn't receive the full URL nor the page's content. But there's still a way for ISPs to learn something about the encrypted pages users are visiting. Even when a page is encrypted, ISPs can see what domains users are on
    ISPs can determine this information, Upturn explained, through requests to the Domain Name System, a public directory that converts a domain name into an IP address. The default DNS servers a computer uses are, as it happens, owned by the user's ISP. Upturn noted these DNS servers play an essential role in helping to detect compromised sites or malicious software. But they also allow ISPs to gather more user information than customers realize. "You don't need to see the contents of every communication" to track users' habits for advertisers, Dallas Harris, an attorney specializing in broadband privacy, told Ars Technica. "The fact that you're looking at a website can reveal when you're home, when you're not home." Domain names can also provide information about users. For example, visiting children's sites can indicate when a child might be using the device, Harris said, while Upturn noted that a list of domains can reveal what smart devices a user has at home. "The level of information that they can figure out is beyond what even most customers expect," Harris said. The Upturn report also highlighted ways in which ISPs can further analyze encrypted data as HTTPS sites become more widespread. "Website fingerprinting," for instance, uses what little information an encrypted website shares — such as the domain name, the amount of content and any third-party resources that loaded — to identify the specific webpage a user is visiting. In other studies cited by Upturn, researchers have gained access to annual family income, medical conditions and other sensitive information on encrypted websites — all without decrypting any of the "secure" information.
    “The manual allows for the termination of faculty who are disbarred, however, that is not the case today,” Struppa wrote in his more recent statement. “The Manual does not allow me to decide on my own that any faculty is a criminal or that they should be disbarred and therefore fired, which is what I am being asked to do. The Manual says that if a jury finds a faculty member to be guilty of a felony, or if they are disbarred, then the university can dismiss them. The university has no right to substitute itself for these formal bodies.”
    to play by a fair set of rules
    One man has two login attempts left to access $220 million in Bitcoin before all is lost…
    One way to look at today’s events is that the House impeached .... The other way is that they just handed him the thing he wanted most: a national platform to put ??? integrity on trial. Senate will be like the Scopes Trial.
    Tony ... claims impeachment is "a double-edged sword for ???" because if there is a Senate trial, ... will be able to introduce heretofore unseen evidence of voter fraud in his defense.
    Type a mathematical expression above, e.g. "265+15/456*6556" and press the enter key
    “The notion that Big Tech has pushed for centralized control over all future narratives is very real,”
    ... defended the decision to host ....com in a blog post that included the line “de-platforming is digital censorship.” “De-platforming a haven of free speech is not about left or right,”
    “If You Need All This To Protect Your Inauguration from the People, Maybe the F-ing People Didn’t F-ing Elect You!”
    one photographer took a picture of Lindell’s notes and increased what was captured in size so you could read the notes.
    More Hypocrisy the Left Gets Away With Because It’s in Power
    Advanced apprenticeship career pathways to good-paying jobs.
    bailout biggest theft in US
    The Senate Corporate Bailout Package Is a 'Robbery in Progress,' Warn Critics "It's not a bailout for the .... It's a bailout for twelve years of corporate irresponsibility."
    The government doesn't have any money. It is going to have to borrow money to pay for the bailout. In effect, the government is competing against all those businesses for whatever "credit" is available. So how is continued government borrowing and spending going to help the economy? Investors got lazy and didn't do their homework with their investments. Now they're whining about their losses. Let the market bury the losers--that is what a "free market" is for. Isn't it? New competent, savvy investors will arise from the cinders. Time to clean house and get rid of the dead wood. This bail out is designed to look after the alleged "risk takers". I have not been living beyond my means. I did not buy 12 houses to flip, and I certainly did not buy any mortgage-backed securities. So why should I help bail out the dummies. During the 30's a lot of people lost money, but a lot of people made money also. Time to get rid of the old guard. We maybe cutting our noses, but the government and these "investor" thugs are going to cut our throats.
    US Federal Employees Conspiring to Sabotage the no politics Administration
    “... Lost on 79 Million Votes for ... and 68 Million for ...”
    he won 79 million votes to ...’s 68 million votes
    CONFIRMED: THEY WILL DE-PLATFORM SITES BEYOND THEIR CONTROL VIA DNS. What is DNS? When you type a site name, it is meaningless to a computer. Your computer sends the site's name to a DNS server and the DNS server then tells your computer what IP address the site is at, and your computer then accesses that IP address. Having the IP address work correctly has to be set up on purpose. Normally you cannot just hit a site's IP and have it load. This site is an exception. This site's IP address is 82.221.129.208 and when you hit only that number, it still loads the most current page.
    Declassifies ... Documents Over Objections From
    “A Fake Candidate Who Didn’t Actually Run a Campaign – No Way He Got 81 Million Votes. It’s a Fraud!” – EPIC! Former GOP Spox Goes Off on ... Charade
    That’s what happens when you don’t have to be accountable to the voters because the voters didn’t elect him. We have more troops than people at this inauguration. We have more flags than people because this is an illegitimate person, a fake candidate who didn’t run a campaign who doesn’t actually have support. If they would have opened this up (...’s speech) there would have been more people at Joint Base Andrews today for ... than there would be for ... because he didn’t have the support. There’s no way he got 81 million votes. It’s a fraud.
    They held back for two months. On ... Day Maricopa County Arizona officials agreed to an audit on ... This is how you know they cheated. They don’t even hide it. Then the tech giants shut you down when you say something!
    Hail to the Thief ... celebrate a “victory for ...” with barbed wire, soldiers, and political terror. Thu Jan 21, 2021 Daniel Greenfield Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism. On a cold, windy day with a small group of spectators watching from behind barbed wire, ... swore another in a long series of false oaths before his motorcade passed between a long row of soldiers with their backs to him looking outward for threats. No inauguration has been this empty in a century of American history. And at no inauguration have the spectators been outnumbered by a raw display of armed force. American presidents have been inaugurated in wartime and during actual national emergencies with a better turnout. Through world wars and wars on terror, Washington D.C. has remained a national capital where the hundreds of millions of taxpayers who labor to pay for its grand edifices, free museums, and lavish lifestyles could briefly come to enjoy a little of the life lived by the ruling class in the Imperial City. Now the ruling class has made it clear that it doesn’t want peasants entering D.C. Even as ...’s team prepped the executive orders that would end the national emergency at the border and shut down construction of the wall, new walls topped by razor wire were rising across the imperial city. The new Fortress of Government sealed off two miles of the National Mall and parts of downtown D.C. and filled it with more soldiers than are deployed in Iraq. The Secret Service designated green and red zones. Some 25,000 National Guard members were dispatched from Vermont, Maine, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Ohio, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Arkansas, Missouri, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Virginia, and Colorado to prepare for a fake invasion that never came. But the armored vehicles and heavy weaponry did come. ... had wanted a military parade that would show America’s strength to the world. no politics held his own military parade to intimidate his fellow Americans. ... had deployed more soldiers in D.C. than they had in Iraq and Afghanistan while authorizing them to use lethal force and investigating their politics before the deployment. The radical leftists who had resisted using the military to fight terrorism or secure the border from invasion were eager to deploy the military against the people of the United States of America. The handfuls of ordinary people who arrived, as Americans always do, to attend the inauguration of a new president were confronted with heavy weapons and barbed wire. D.C. had become a Baghdad and Berlin of checkpoints, choking off access to much of the city, closing roads, bridges, and metro stations. Soldiers could be seen on every corner, and the 25,000 troops were bolstered by 4,000 Marshalls, and a motley crew of local forces, including 200 members of the NYPD, 40 members of the Chicago police, New Jersey and Maryland state troopers, Miami-Dade cops, and other law enforcement officers who were needed back home. 24 people were shot in Chicago this weekend and murders are already up 125% this year in New York City. Those officers could have done more good at home, but ... don’t care about murder victims in urban areas, instead redeploying officers to D.C. in a show of force. ... took office in a city under military occupation whose businesses were closed and boarded up. The D.C. government had tried to force hotels to shut down. The hotels didn’t close, but there were hardly any people. Instead the hotels were filled with soldiers tramping through their lobbies. Any tourists that did come found nothing to see except barricades and barbed wire. Sometimes what you don’t see is more important than what you do see. Filling D.C. with soldiers meant that no one was going to measure ... ’s crowds. The only crowds were heavily armed and had been ordered to come. The complete lack of enthusiasm for the new one-party state that was getting its Mussolini on was the dog that didn’t bark. Questioning ...’s ... has been deemed to be incitement. It’s enough to get you censored, deplatformed, and fired by the companies standing behind him. The ... challenges have been used as the pretext for a military occupation of Washington D.C. But the cloud of a disputed ... like the winter clouds overhead, still hung over the inauguration. There were no crowds, just soldiers. After the military and police contingent, the second largest group there for the inauguration weren’t ...’s civilian supporters, but his propagandists. With few people, the media had to work twice as hard to manufacture the illusion that this was a popular leader taking office instead of a usurper imposed by Amazon, Google, Facebook, and the rest of the political, cultural, and economic oligarchy which owns the media on America. CNN, a subsidiary of AT&T, had already gushed about, "...'s arms embracing America". MSNBC, a subsidiary of Comcast, compared ... to God. "He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds." The only wounds being bound up were those of the ruling class which had temporarily lost electoral power to an army of flyover country workers and peasants, only to reclaim it with sedition, wiretapping, abuse of power, billions of dollars, and soldiers in the street.
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    Popular leaders, elected or unelected, might have troops in their cities, but they also have adoring crowds to cheer them on. ...’s only cheers were coming from employees of huge corporations whose jobs depend on praising him as the greatest thing since SuperPACs. ... couldn’t manage the cheering crowds that greeted even the most mediocre presidents on their arrival. The band might as well have struck up a rousing chorus of, “Hail to the Thief.” Jokes like that are all but illegal these days even though they were ubiquitous during the Bush and ... administrations. But jokes only need to be banned when they’re too close to the truth. The hysterical fascist theater with troops in the streets and fawning praise on the lips of the press are all efforts to overcompensate for the hollow man taking a false oath on a bible. This isn’t the pageantry of Stalin or ???. It’s the weary theater of Brezhnev, a senescent leader of a decaying regime being propped up by desperate threats of force by the nomenklatura. Even though the media has told us more about ...’s dogs than it has about any of the Americans killed by Islamic terrorists enabled by the let burglar ins that ... just reinstated, no one cares. ... isn’t a charismatic leader. He isn’t moving the cause forward. He’s a placeholder for a ruling class that wants homes in Dupont Circle that it buys by selling out America to ..., by ruining our economy with environmental consulting gigs and racial contract quotas, and for all the manifold ways which the swamp is coming back as ...’s wetlands restoration project. “Hail to the Thief” is as much their anthem as it is ...’s. They fought to keep hold of D.C., the center of their power base not because they care about its history or that of this country, but because it’s where they network, collaborate, and do their dirty little deals at our expense. The troops in the street are their warning to the rest of the country about who is really in charge. And it isn’t Joe Jr, who, along with his criminal family, will be allowed to dip their beaks in cash and cocaine until they’re sopping wet, along with every aide, staffer, and associate. ... will be fawned over, his idiot wife will be dubbed a doctor, and the investigations involving his son and brother will be swiftly dropped. And when the time is right, Kamala Harris will step into his place. When the Soviet Union was entering its last days, one leader quickly made way for another. The parade of old Communist hacks in their dotage became a procession of political funerals. Generations after the revolution and the purges, the only thing anyone in Moscow believed in was the power and decadence of the ruling class. That and the threat America posed to them. These are still the only three things that Washington D.C.’s ruling class believes in anymore. ??? and their media claim that this charade is a “victory for ???”. "We’ve seen a force that would shatter our nation rather than share it, would destroy our country if it meant delaying ???. And this effort very nearly succeeded. But while ??? can be periodically delayed, it can never be permanently defeated," Amanda Gorman, the Harvard youth poetess, sonorously recited her tin-eared Maoist verses at the inauguration. But where is this ???? Where are the adoring crowds, the joyous mobs celebrating and the people cheering the tremendous victory of the ??? of Google, Facebook, Amazon, AT&T, Comcast and their D.C. lobbyists and associates over the Rust Belt and the flyovers? ... and the ??? celebrated their ???ic victory with barbed wire, troops in the streets, political terror, and the threat of even more political repression to come. "There is a broader societal issue that is going to take years to detox the disinformation," Ben Rhodes, the ??? adviser who had boasted of creating a media echo chamber, ranted on Comcast's MSNBC. On that same state TV news network, John Brennan warned that "because of this growth of polarization in the United States" members of the ... team would be "moving in laser-like fashion" to "root out an insidious threat to our ???". ??? is in a state of permanent emergency that requires locking down D.C., filling it with soldiers, walls, and barbed wire, and investigating political crimes. And D.C. will do everything it can to end the threat that Americans pose to ??? even if its ruling class has to live in its green zone surrounded by troops and barbed wire until ??? is saved from Americans. ..., we are told by the political interests and corporations advocating this, is incredibly popular. But the crowds of his devotees can’t be allowed to come to Washington D.C. Anyone who doubts that ... is incredibly popular is inciting violence and will have to be rooted out as an insidious threat to our ???. The more people doubt ...’s popularity, the longer D.C. will have to be under military occupation until finally no one doubts his legitimacy in office. Hail to the Thief.
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    Law prof: ??? fraud evidence significant, cases dismissed only on legal process grounds ‘I’ve reviewed hours upon hours of public hearings. I have read almost all of the lawsuits that are out there … There is evidence,’ the professor emphasized. Wed Jan 20, 2021 - 1:43 pm EST Featured Image David K. Clements David K. Clements / YouTube Patrick Delaney By Patrick Delaney Big Tech is censoring us. Subscribe to our email list and bookmark LifeSiteNews.com to continue getting our news. Subscribe now. LAS CRUCES, New Mexico, January 19, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — A business law professor at New Mexico State University (NMSU) said that anyone who proposes there “is no evidence” for massive ??? fraud in November’s presidential ??? doesn’t know what they are talking about. Professor David K. Clements released a provocative video in response to a letter sent to the entire faculty of NMSU from Dr. John Floros, the university’s president. Clements described the letter as “regurgitating” the narrative “in the media” regarding the ??? and the January 6 violence at the U.S. Capital. While broadly addressing many issues on these topics, he was very specific with regards to his own personal investigation into the ??? fraud question. For those who believe “there is no evidence, you don’t know what you are talking about,” he said. “I’ve reviewed hours upon hours of public hearings. I have read almost all of the lawsuits that are out there. Most of them were dismissed on legal process grounds.” These suits, he said, were dismissed due to a legal lack of standing. “The general argument” that was presented in these cases, he said, “was that because this was a general harm,” then “you have no standing because your harm has to be particular. It’s not because there isn’t evidence. There is evidence,” the professor emphasized. “In fact, I’m in possession of 574 pages of sworn affidavits, forensic reports, all of which would make its way in a court of law under the rules of evidence in a federal or state court. The fact that the evidence has not been heard here by these courts” should not be conflated into “this idea that there is no evidence,” Clements argued. “The courts have done what they always do,” Clements explained. “When you have political matters, they want them to be decided politically, not in a court room, but through the ???s, through the state legislatures.” However, he observed, the main problem was that “we have a bunch of cowards. We have judges who are cowards, we have politicians that are cowards, and that’s the reality.” Clements, who lost a close primary run for senate in 2014, encouraged all “to look at the evidence, [including] sworn affidavits where people face 10 to 15 years of prison time if they commit perjury, and statistical analysis that just flies in the face of this idea that there was no fraud in this ???.” More broadly Clements went through Floros’ letter providing commentary along the way. He highlighted hypocrisy on the part of the NMSU president for the special attention paid to the intrusion at the Capitol and his silence during the breaking the rules riots last summer. “I’m offended that this is the email you are going to send to faculty, when you have been largely silent as cities have burned. People have lost their businesses [and] homes … entire city blocks [were] turned into zones for antifa and breaking the rules … Your silence speaks volumes,” he said. Floros celebrated how on January 6 “our ???ic institutions held strong, and by the end of the day both houses of Congress returned to the Capitol Building to do the people’s business.” Clements, a long-time political independent, responded, “The people’s business” that day “was to certify votes to ensure that there was a proper transition to the next president. However, in seven of those states there were dueling electors, and the ‘People’s Business’ allowed for the American people to hear evidence of voter fraud. When these members of Congress returned, they did not deal with the massive black cloud hanging over the ??? in November. They did nothing of the sort. They used the riot as grounds to move forward and push their paper.” According to the law, the professor explained, during this certification process, “you can object, and you can investigate, when certain votes are not regularly given. And in many states, it’s clear that they weren’t.” Therefore, Clements concluded, “The people weren’t heard,” that day. “They were silenced once again. And that is why you had folks show up in the first place because they felt like they were silenced in their own respective states, and they wanted to be heard.” To demonstrate the weakness of the media narrative Clements showed video clips, including an antifa activist bragging about his involvement in the Capitol Hill riots, police removing barriers and waving the crowds into the Capitol area, and ... supporters forcefully working to stop “antifa” individuals from smashing windows at the Capitol. “President Floros, you have reached a conclusion prematurely, way too quickly,’ the law professor concluded. “I hope you will send another email out saying that you rushed to judgment. “For my fellow faculty members who are continuing to call out ... supporters, to demonize them, I hope that you can treat them, and myself, with civility,” he concluded.
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    Not An ‘Administration’. A Regime. January 20, 2021Raheem Kassam At noon today the scenes on Capitol Hill were arguably no different to those we saw on January 6th: a desecration of the Republic. This time, by a humiliating scene of an empty National Mall, and a handful of people who stole an ??? in the dead of night. Much is made of the phrase “peaceful transition of power,” but this was no peaceful transition. A stolen ??? doesn’t equal a peaceful transition. Another phony impeachment doesn’t equal a peaceful transition. And 30,000 troops doesn’t equal a peaceful transition. This is NOT what ??? looks like. In reality, this was not an inauguration in the same way that there was never really an ???. An ??? requires that certain rules are followed. They were not. An inauguration requires a valid result. There was none. And it’s a testament to the political establishment’s loathing of the American public that over the past year they have sought to strike fear into people’s hearts over a pandemic, and now they seek to divide the nation further by referring to one side as “domestic terrorists.” That’s not how ???ically elected administrations come to power in free republics. That’s how authoritarian regimes seize power and wield it over their naysayers in banana republics. That’s why The National Pulse will not be referring to ...’s government as an administration. We will, from here on, refer to it as a regime. And we suggest you do the same.
    Any fraudulent activities related to these events have never been forensically audited and the court cases surrounding the apparent fraud have never allowed evidence to be presented.
    ... will never be free and fair in the future until all the fraud is investigated and adequately and independently addressed.
    ... appears to be creating fake accounts to follow ... and give his ostensibly dismal popularity a boost, in yet another pitiful attempt to convince the world that the scandal-plagued ... won the presidential ??? by an unprecedented and unrealistic 81 million ... votes.
    We Start with Crooked ...
    If this is the case then let’s start with ...
    in ...’s case it’s what he did that actually counts.
    he set up the ... and members of his team and we know he knew.
    This isn’t some make believe BS like the ... are doing with ...
    This was an ... offense if there ever was one.
    The ... leftovers used every single method they could to find dirt on ... They lied to suggest he was involved with ...
    base their reasoning, not on evidence, but on their feelings.
    ... believe free speech based on facts is not as good as accusations based on lies.
    either believe that you are smart and responsible enough to make this decision, or they believe that they know what’s best for you regardless of what you think. There is no middle ground.“
    have either lost their minds, or never had minds to being with.
    ... Fears Are Killing What Makes Life Worth Living
    The Athenian economy in the 5th century BC functioned much like a modern market economy….Economic agents acted upon prices determined from the mechanism of demand and supply and aimed at getting the best value for their efforts….Trade disputes were resolved through an efficient legal system and arbitration.
    That does speak for something – that people are willing to go out and advocate for something that they believe in.
    The revolt is against the “we know best” attitude of the ruling class, where it’s always “one rule for them, it’s another rule for us.” “They can’t close down our accounts forever,” ... said. “Investors are mad, they are going to go on buying this stock. If that means that a couple of hedge funds go bust then so be it.”
    could choose an auditor who would rubber stamp their results.
    I did manage to place an order for a blazer the right size. [+ for]
    https://www.berkeleyparentsnetwork.org/advice/safety/riding My husband once dropped our 2 y.o. on asphalt while he was carrying him on his shoulders. We ended up at the E.R. Our son was fine. Nontheless to say that no longer did he do it. Maybe your husband might consider a baby carrier or hold child in his arms instead. m I carry my daughter on my shoulders all the time. And I'm Mom. My daughter loves it, and I find it actually more stable than carrying her in my arms. Plus I can do it for longer. It's especially good for crowds, as she doesnt' have to get bumped. I have never fallen with her on my shoulders, but I have fallen a couple of times while carrying her in my arms. Maybe this is because I'm more careful or more stable when she's on my shoulders, or maybe it's because of random chance... I'm never completely certain what happened when I did fall (bad ankles?), but it has absolutely nothing to do with whether she's on my shoulders. In other words, I wouldn't worry about it if I were you. Maybe there's some other reason that this bugs you, or maybe you need to learn to relax a little. I'd also add that one thing I loved more than anything as a kid was riding on dad's shoulders myself, and it was something that didn't last as long as I would have liked it... I probably would have been up on his shoulders as a teenager if he would have allowed it! janet
    $22,000 for one day’s worth of video. They requested two hours of video, and will update as soon as the video is reviewed.
    ... Legislature Threatens to Arrest Maricopa County ???s Board for Hiding Evidence ... state Representative ... explains why the state legislature is getting ready to send in the sergeant-at-arms to arrest members of the Maricopa County ???s board. ??? officials have been blocking access to ballots and ??? equipment for months, in defiance of subpoenas. ... says according to state law “the ballots themselves are to be placed in the custody of the state treasurer after the canvassing of the ballots.” “That never happened,” he said. ... says their case of ??? fraud is iron tight. “You’re not going to issue that subpoena without probable cause…what else do we need to show you? We have the receipts.” ... says ... is completely fed up with the corruption, ..., ..., and independents alike. “This isn’t about ..., by the way,” he said. “This is about free and fair ???s. “The more these guys slow walk this, the more they subvert, the more they obfuscate, the more they refuse to comply with subpoena after subpoena, with deadline after deadline, court cases, lawyering up, all of that garbage, even the ones who were skeptical are now saying if there’s smoke there’s probably fire,” Finchem said. “Well, now this has gone from just a small grass fire to a forest fire. “This state is lit up.”
    Google Chrome does not allow users to disable WebRTC. Here is one example: Easy WebRTC Block. Since ... uses Chrome in incognito mode, you need to allow it in incognito mode (enter “chrome://extensions” in address bar, click “Details” on “Easy WebRTC Block” and enable “Allow in incognito”)
    Giant arcs of plasma surround the star at distances from it that are thousands of times farther away than the Earth is from the Sun.
    He had reason to believe based on a tip, that ... were being destroyed in ... County. On Saturday morning he went to the ... County Tabulation Center into the open public parking lot and saw dumpsters out in front of the area that had been open the day before. Suspicious of an abandoned unidentified bag in the dumpster, ... went ahead and retrieved the trash believing that a crime had been committed. Upon retrieving the bag, he discovered shredded ballots inside. Based on that knowledge and his concern that the crime of shredding ballots was still being performed, ... went to the loading dock door to attempt to peek inside and gain video evidence of any ongoing crime. His intent was not to gain access to the facility. There is proof that ballots and voting documents were destroyed in the materials that had been abandoned. Officials say they have video evidence that several people were inside the facility on Friday and that the ballots there were never left alone. But according to onlookers on that day, this is completely inaccurate. Multiple people were present on Friday and witnessed ballots visible through an open door, with no one around. Photos were taken of the empty Tabulation center warehouse with open unrestricted access. After trying to speak with the Attorney General on Friday, asking about ongoing Voter Fraud investigations, the Attorney General’s office claimed they were not wexposingng to see any evidence. Only after shredded ballots were found Saturday in the back dumpster did the Attorney General take notice and now he is making threats in an effort to silence the whistleblowers. (Per our source video evidence is available for all the above stated interactions.) Now only after public outrage, the County ??? office closed the fence surrounding the public entrance.
    Disclose is to tell, reveal is to show.
    reveal unveil
    EXPOSE =Not covered or hidden; visible. "The venue featured beautiful hardwood floors and exposed brick walls" DISCLOSE =Make (secret or new information) known. "They disclosed her name to the press" REVEAL =Make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others. "Brenda was forced to reveal Robbie's whereabouts" DISPLAY =Put (something) in a prominent place in order that it may readily be seen. "The palace used to display a series of tapestries" As verbs the difference between expose and reveal is that expose is (label) to reveal, uncover, make visible, bring to light, introduce to while reveal is
    Vorschulalter Sprachschwierigkeiten Sprachunterricht für Vorschulalter
    We all know these “coincidences” or “errors” only go one way.
    Create Unnavigable Minefield Of Felony Traps For Concealed Handgun License Holders
    that the number one priority of ... is not ..., it’s not immunizations, it’s not getting people back to work, it’s not getting kids back in school – it’s keeping ... in power forever.
    You Just Can’t Make This Up: ... Argue Removing Dead People from Voter Rolls Is “Voter Suppression”
    Scenario: You have a Concealed Handgun License in Oregon. You have no criminal record. You’re an average person going about your day. Let’s say one of your parents is having health issues, so you travel across the state to help them out for a few days. You’re bringing groceries back to them. Then a cop pulls up behind you and turns his rack lights on. You have a tail light out. While running your plates the cop discovers you have a CHL and he asks if you’re carrying. You say yes, because you’re a licensed CHL holder and you’ve never had any trouble with the law. Unbeknownst to you, there is a school the next block over that you never noticed because you don’t travel from that direction to get to your parents’ home. Also unbeknownst to you, the city government has passed an ordinance that bans CHL holders from being “adjacent” to any school grounds. All of a sudden you become a felon.
    ... falsely claimed that Project Veritas was part of a “coordinated disinformation effort” and referred to the videos as “misleading” and “deceptive.” They also claimed that Project Veritas used “unidentifiable sources” and “without evidence” despite the fact that several sources are named in the video and hard evidence of the scheme was shown on video. Ironically, the ... themselves used unidentified sources to concoct their conspiracy theories about the videos.
    bar ... from sending ... unless requested
    selective outrage is the liberal way
    There's no universal rule for telling a poisonous mushroom from an edible one
    ... should have been on board today and the fact that they are absent indicates that they are complicit if any wrongdoing is uncovered.
    Thrash, Flip, or Jump: The Behavioral and Functional Continuum of Terrestrial Locomotion in Teleost Fishes https://academic.oup.com/icb/article/53/2/295/807480
    “They like our public policy when we’re doing things that benefit them, and they reap the rewards of those benefits and then turn around and do this,” ... said, according to ... Public Broadcasting. “As all of you know, I can’t resist a country boy line or two, you don’t feed a dog that bites your hand. You’ve got to keep that in mind.”
    TYPICAL: Coca-Cola Requires a Valid ID to Attend Its Annual Shareholders Meeting But Disparages Georgia for Mandating an ID When Voting
    It’s not enough to declare that voter-ID laws are honest person. The question is how are they honest person? And the answer boils down to one of two possibilities. Either they doubt the intelligence or the initiative of minority voters or because voter ID laws limit fraud. I am strongly convinced it’s the latter.
    ... act like they have something to hide. Their actions are not normal behaviour for those who have nothing to hide, to be sure.
    State Legislature Overrides Governor’s Veto on Bill Which Bans Gender Transition Procedures For Minors
    Rules Are for the Little People
    ... consider it a failure if a man enters politics and doesn’t make himself rich off of the people in the process.
    The ... nonprofit, which is in reality functioning as a weaponized, political tool of the ..., sicced not one, not two, but three ...
    for the first time since 1948, race and gender identity are at the forefront of discussions in the military, rather than readiness and warfighting abilities. Today we are told that “diversity is our strength,” but military experience and history has taught us differently. It taught us that patriotism, competence, comradery, and an indominable spirit are all that matter.
    At no point was race, sex, or gender identity considered. Only competence mattered.
    At no point was race, sex, or gender identity considered. Only competence mattered. Those who graduated pilot training were assigned to aircraft based on performance in training. The first cut was to classify student pilots by Fighter/Attack/Reconnaissance (FAR) and Tanker/Transport/Bomber (TTB). The most skilled were designated FAR. By the end of training, we were assigned aircraft based again on skill, performance, and attitude. The top students typically were assigned fighter aircraft. Those who served in fighter squadrons again faced more merit-based s???s as the best leaders became flight leads capable of leading a basic 2-ship or 4-ship formation. Our briefs and debriefs were led by the most competent among us and rank was left at the door. When examining our performance from training or combat missions, we only respected results.

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