Thursday, July 21, 2022

Wednesday, July 20, 2022

It's a case of "At this point, why WOULD anyone trust them?

"At no point would auditors require access to lists such as state approved concealed carry holders, nor would the CJIS Division retain information beyond what is necessary to address a specific compliance concern," the FBI continued in its statement, adding that the state has "been through this​ routine audit multiple times, most recently in 2018."
Which sounds nice, except if they're accessing who was run through it and why, they wouldn't need access to said lists.

It may be a standard, no-crap audit, and the AG and Sheriffs overstating things, but they've blown their trust to the point nobody believes it.

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

Some places, it's four-legged predators

you might need a gun for.

"You can't categorize these ancient remains, you don't know

how they identified!"

No, I'm not joking.

There's also this:
Gender politics are not the only ideology to work its way into anthropology and archaeology. Some activists have called for scientists to cease classifying remains by race, as well.

“Forensic anthropologists have not fully considered the racist context of the criminal justice system in the United States related to the treatment of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color; nor have we considered that ancestry estimation might actually hinder identification efforts because of entrenched racial biases,” Elizabeth DiGangi of Binghamton University and Jonathan Bethard of the University of South Florida wrote in a study released in January.

“Ancestry estimation contributes to white supremacy,” DiGangi and Bethard wrote, labeling the practice “dangerous.”

These idiots won't be satisfied until they've damaged every field of science in the name of 'equity', and whatever other word salad they can come up with.

Now we move to people who need flogging, which covers both

a lot of cops, and a bunch of school personnel who- hell, just read it.

Time for another round of applause

Note that when he started shooting, he was 40-50 yards away with a 9mm, and the first shot hit, followed by other hits.  Damn good shooting.

Of course, the Usual Suspects are bitching and whining that he shouldn't have been carrying, including Watts saying he was illegally carrying(no, he wasn't).  

Sunday, July 17, 2022

What? A watermelon is another lying bastard?

Well, who could've imagined that?

“Nuclear power doesn’t help us there at all,” Habeck said on Tuesday. “We have a heating problem or an industry problem, but not an electricity problem — at least not generally throughout the country.”

Besides, Habeck said, only Russia could provide Germany with the uranium fuel rods required to keep the nuclear plants operating, and there was no way to make sure the plants would be able to operate safely.

But none of what Habeck said was true.

The Greens would rather people freeze in the dark than tell the truth.

"Why don't you trust The Science and The Experts?"

Because so much of the 'Science' and the 'Experts' who've screwed us over so badly have been and are shit.  Especially ones like this lying, hypocritical asshat, who's just as bad as Fauci.

As has been said in another context, "If your cause is just,

why do you lie so much to people?
I also discovered something crucial that contrasts sharply with what many African Americans are taught about our history. As students, black people are repeatedly told that we all descend from slavery, and that we all were (and only were) slaves. Most people assume that every black American who lived in the US before 1870 was a slave.

That is simply not true.

In 1860, three years before the Emancipation Proclamation, The United States Federal Census Schedule reported 488,070 free black Americans. True, many might say quasi-free, since these African Americans could not vote. But free they still were — almost half a million of them — roughly 12.5% of the entire African-American population at that time.

Huldah Peck, my great-great-great-great-grandmother — on my father’s side — was born free in Greenwich, Conn., in 1836. Her parents, George Peck, a stonemason and Nancy Felmetta, were also free; as were Nancy’s parents, York and Tamar, the latter born in 1773, three years before the US Revolution. It’s striking to think that my father’s ancestors were free for nearly a century before the Civil War.

While most of my mother’s family were enslaved on South Carolina plantations at this time, learning about this other side — this free side — made me realize that slavery does not fully define my past.

But a lot of liars want him to think it does.

And if a bunch of people starve to death in the name of the Green/Electric Revolution!,

well, there are too many people anyway.  The ones behind all the Green! say so.