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This week the European Union is expected to announce a complete import ban on Russian oil. Hungary, in its first real act of defiance, is threatening to veto this; Germany, after some hemming and hawing, has finally decided it can survive such a ban.

Assuming Hungary’s objections are eventually overcome, at first blush this looks like yet another energy “own goal” by the people obsessed with soccer. The U.S. has already issued this ban.

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“A powerful, radical left-wing clerisy is bent on destroying what every past generation would have understood to be the central purpose of education – that is, allowing (in the words of Edmund Burke) individuals to ‘avail themselves of the general bank and capital of nations, and of ages.'” – Lady Margaret Thatcher

In his first inaugural address, James Monroe said, “Had the people of the United States been educated in different principles, had they been less intelligent, less independent, or less virtuous, can it be believed that we should have maintained the same steady and consistent career or been blessed with the same success?  

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I watched a video of a couple of little kids wrestling. It disturbed me. Deeply.

 

Something has gone rotten with our world and I do not like the stench.

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There is circulating information about new rules slated for passage in Victoria, Australia, that would allegedly make it a crime to grow food at home.

Premier Dan Andrews, who repeatedly flaunted his true fascist colors throughout the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic, is said to be behind a new amendment to the agriculture code that threatens to criminalize self-sufficiency.

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They want you to forget the last 2 years

But the restrictions & mandates can't be forgotten!

Isn’t it interesting how the issue of COVID largely disappeared before this election?

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Watch the performance FIRST!!!!!

This is the most stunning dance performance I’ve ever seen. It’s definitely worth the time
Please, skip the text below, do not read until after you view the video. The video will be even more amazing. Something rather wonderful and unique to brighten your day. Stop reading now and view video! No peeking!!

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For days now in SE Queensland, it has been cloudy, rainy and largely windless. No sun electrifies the solar panels, intermittent winds play with the prayer wheels, and backup batteries are going flat. For a while on some afternoons, wind and solar produce a trickle of power. Gas and hydro try to help, but none of these can bear the whole power supply load.

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 These days it seems that Saul Alinsky has taken over the Democrat Party. This is no longer the party of JFK—not even close. JFK said in his Inaugural Address, “the rights of man come not from the generosity of the state but from the hand of God.”

There is no God, says Saul Alinsky (1909-1972), the Marxist community organizer par excellence from Chicago. He perfected many of the “by any means necessary” tactics the left is using today—tactics on full display these days in the wake of challenges to Roe v. Wade.

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When baseball greats Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig went on tour in baseball-crazy Japan in 1934, some fans wondered why a third-string catcher named Moe Berg was included. Although he played with five major-league teams from 1923 to 1939, he was a very mediocre ballplayer. But Moe was regarded as the brainiest ballplayer of all time.

In fact Casey Stengel once said: "That is the strangest man ever to play baseball."

When all the baseball stars went to Japan, Moe Berg went with them and manypeople wondered why he went with "the team."

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The music that my parents listened to was romantic and offered hope and expectation of a brighter future. My music was philosophical, questioning and indignant in many cases.

My daughters' music was jaunty, upbeat, and happy. The modern music? It isn't even music. It is just a cacophony of sound. Angry, confused and disjointed. 

Much like the world we occupy today.

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When the weather turns to rain and wind and throws  cold into the  bargain what do you get?    A feeling of sadness and  what does the world have to offer?      Especially in these troubled times... not only have we still got the virus  but we now have an election  and all you see and hear  are predictions of more  doom and gloom    . Labor is ahead in the polls, Some of our better ministers  are not going to be re elected.  Some Greeny is going to sail into Parliament in  their place.   We will make sure that doesn't happen if we are wise.
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