National Public Radio said “Sex causes Global Warming”

NPR said “biggest way to reduce climate change is to have fewer children.”
Reportedly having one fewer child reduced carbon emissions.

In addition, the NPR urged people to consider living car-free, avoiding airplane travel and eating a plant-based diet.

Bill Nye, the alleged Science Guy, told the Los Angeles Times that older people need to “die out” before climate science can advance.
Global warming crowd would be willing to sacrifice your grandmother to save a polar bear. Sorry, Nanna.

Liberals believe the only way to save planet earth is to stir-fry lawn clippings, kill off granny and drive one of those effeminate cars that you have to plug into a wall outlet.

Trump Swimsuit – Internet Goes Crazy

Hillary Clinton’ and Democrat party responds to President Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again Plan.’

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Trump-inspired ‘Make America Great Again’ swimsuit causing online swimsuit craze.

The metallic blue one-piece Trump-inspired “Make America Great Again” swimsuit is this summer’s most popular choice for Trump supporters. The swimsuit retails online for about $40.

A Babe For Trump Instagram page featuring women in the swimwear. One babe for Trump posted a photo of herself, not in a MAGA swimsuit, but a red Trump for President T-shirt that she wore for the Fourth of July.

President Trump Makes Right Bad For America Obama Regulations

President Trump’s administration is erasing an Obama-era rule that withdrew hundreds of millions of acres of federally owned land from possible energy exploration. In the process, it is also opening some U.S. coastal waters in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans for possible oil and gas drilling.

Speaking at a Department of Energy event in June, President Trump said, “We don’t want to let other countries take away our sovereignty and tell us what to do and how to do it. It’s not going to happen.”
White House officials say Thursday’s order directing the Bureau of Land Management to speed up the permitting process for oil and gas leases is a step in that direction.

Couple the latest move with last week’s repeal of the Clean Water Rule, and you have what administration officials call “a blueprint for energy dominance.” The Environmental Protection Agency amended the “Waters of the United States” rules that critics called unfair to agribusiness.

When you roll back the regulations, this means you’re saving on your electricity bills, this means price of gasoline is coming down a few cents a gallon, it can really ripple into tremendous economic benefits when that money is being put back into your wallet.

Elimination of gas and diesel vehicles dates set

2019 – Volvo said all of its cars would be at least partly electric.
2025 – Norway wants to move to electric-only vehicles.
2025 – Netherlands wants vehicles to be fully electric
2030 – Germany and India have proposed measures with a target of 2030.
2040 – France is set to ban the sale of any car that uses petrol or diesel fuel.

Food stamp rolls plummet by as much as 85 percent

Welfare was never intended to be a one-way handout, but a program based on the idea of reciprocity. Those who receive benefits from the government should be required to work or participate in work-training as a condition.

Food stamp rolls swelled for years under the Obama administration, fresh figures show a dramatic reduction in states that recently have moved to restore work requirements.

Some states have moved aggressively to push recipients who can work back into the job market and, in due time, off the program.

Alabama began 2017 requiring able-bodied adults without children in 13 counties to either find a job or participate in work training as a condition for continuing to receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.
The number of recipients declined from 5,538 to 831 between Jan. 1 and the beginning of May, an 85 percent drop.

In Georgia by the end of the first three months, the number of adults receiving benefits in three participating counties dropped 58 percent
Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently reported that in 21 additional counties that restored the work requirement, there was a 62 percent drop in SNAP participants.

Maine announced that able-bodied adults would have to find work, spend 20 hours per week in a work program, or perform community service for six hours a week. Food stamp participation declined 14.5 percent from 235,771 in January 2014 to 201,557 in January 2015.

Kansas saw a 75 percent decline after implementing work requirements in 2013. In addition, nearly 60 percent of former beneficiaries found employment within 12 months and their incomes rose by an average of 127 percent per year.

Work requirements have been enormously successful at reducing the number of people on food stamps.
Requiring SNAP recipients to participate in job training, perform 20 hours per week in a work program, or perform community service for ten hours a week is not harsh nor unreasonable.

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, who have introduced a bill to require able-bodied adults without children to participate in “work activation” initiatives as a condition of their benefits. It also imposes time limits on SNAP participation. We should be incentivizing work, not providing a disincentive to find a job, which is a good thing both for the taxpayer as well as for the beneficiary.

California Democrats get death threats after shelving health bill

I’ll be, the shoe is on the other foot, democrats are under attack by the radical and often violent far left wing, socialist thinking members of the democrat party.

Liberal democrats on the left have been whipping up radical left wing socialist thinking democrats urging them to attack President Trump and republicans for months. They now find them self’s in the cross hairs of the same radicals that have been praised for their attacks on President Trump, conservatives and republicans.

Left wing California Democrats decry ‘bullying,’ death threats from the radical left after shelving health bill.

California Democratic lawmakers are facing a brutal backlash from union activists and others on the far left after shelving a universal health care bill. The debate has grown so intense that lawmakers say they’ve faced death threats and other violent rhetoric.

Assembly Democrats said In recent days, we have become alarmed and disheartened by bullying tactics, threats of violence, and death threats by those who disagree with the decision of Speaker Anthony Rendon to postpone the advancement of SB 562,” referring to the scrapped single payer (socialist) health care bill.

In the name of Zuckerberg we pray

Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants his social network to fill the role that churches and social clubs do in communities.

Zuckerberg said “That’s a lot of of people who now need to find a sense of purpose and support somewhere else,” promoting Facebook’s large community-support groups as a substitute.
In fact, bringing people closer together is so important that “we’re going to change Facebook’s whole mission to take this on.”