The Indian Navy has joined an exclusive maritime club after completing sea trials on the first of two 3rd Generation Submarine Rescue Systems being delivered by British-based JFD. During the trials, the Deep Sea Search and Rescue vessel (DSRV) successfully mated with a submarine on the sea bottom at a depth of 300 ft (91 m) and an angle of 45 degrees before taking aboard “survivors.”
from Daily Wire:
ADAMS: Shawnee State University Wins Competition Of Unhinged Academic Lunacy
People sometimes ask me what it’s like to work with the biggest bunch of unhinged lunatics in higher education in America. I used to be able to give them a serious answer. But I can no longer do that because the title of most unhinged institution has slipped away from the UNC system and landed in the great State of Ohio. This is all thanks to administrators at Shawnee State University who have now been sued for punishing a professor because he refused to provide public affirmation to an emotionally unstable student. Specifically, he refused to heed to a male student’s demand to be referred to as a woman, complete with feminine titles and pronouns. The story of how the lawsuit unfolded is simply astonishing.
by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist
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Last Wednesday, November 7th, the Washington Free Beacon’s Editors Blog featured a piece entitled, “Complaining About the ‘Senate Popular Vote?’ You Suffer From Civic Illiteracy.”
And boy they weren’t kidding. After reading it, all I could say was wow. Post election, some leftists took to Twitter to attempt to resurrect the meme of past lost presidential races where the democrat won the popular vote, yet still lost the election.
One example was from Amanda Marcotte, who is a political writer for Salon.com. She tweeted: “Republicans lost the popular vote in Senate races by over 15 percentage points, but still gained two seats.”
You may be thinking – what does she mean by the popular vote? You may also be thinking that Salon.com should probably hire new writers.
Well, I guess we have to assume that if she is speaking of the popular vote, the implication is that there must also be another type of vote. Otherwise she would simply have said “the vote.” We know that during a presidential election there are indeed two types of votes – the popular and the Electoral College.
According to the Center for Disease Control, 1.25 million people suffer from type 1 diabetes in the US alone. So far, it can only be managed with diet and regular doses of insulin, but scientists at UT Health San Antonio have invented a way of curing the disease in mice that may one day do the same for humans even with type 2 diabetes.
The Democrats had every advantage to form a blue wave. They had history on their side. The party of the president invariably loses seats during the midterms. Often a large amount.
Just further proof not to trust so-called fact-checking websites. They, like most leftist “news” sites, have morphed into nothing more liberal enablers. They do nothing but excuse away or cover up the actual facts to protect those with the same liberal worldview. Here is just one more example.
Snopes.com Cries ‘False’ When Sinema’s Tagged Correctly as Pro-Abortion Extremist
Snopes.com keeps attacking conservative website articles as “False” when the facts favor the conservatives. On November 9, these “fact checkers” tagged LifeNews.com as “False” for a headline that said “Arizona Senate Candidate Kyrsten Sinema Voted to Allow Abortions Up to Birth.”