from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
This is a real departure for me, as it is not my usual fight against the left or an oppressive government.
However, it’s not that far off, as it is a battle to educate the ignorant, which is what we conservatives strive to do.
And let’s face it. COVID-19 has become as big a political problem for freedom lovers as a medical issue.
This all began with my personal quest to be administered a COVID-19 serology test. I have yet to find anyone to administer the test.
by: Brent Smith
The town of Duluth Minnesota decided to remove the term “Chief” from town titles. Gee, I wonder why?
Comrade Mayor de Blasio tells contract tracers NOT to ask people if they’ve attended a BLM protest/riot. Again – I wonder why?
Leftist morons deface, behead and tear down statues of slaves and anti-slavery activist – because they are morons and don’t know the first thing about history.
Horowitz: America or Afghanistan? The growing danger to truckers on America’s roads
Using a new “supernova machine,” researchers can study the formation of nebulae, such as the Little Ghost Nebula pictured here
NGC 6369 is also known as the Little Ghost Nebula, because in smaller telescopes it appears ghostly and faded. Using Hubble, astronomers can resolve far more detail.
NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
Supernovae are some of the most energetic events in the universe, and the resulting nebulas are a favorite for stargazers. To better understand the physics behind them, researchers at Georgia Tech have created a “supernova machine” in the lab.
For millennia, King Mob has targeted societies’ icons with varied goals and to varied ends, and few things are more foreboding than his desecration of civic art. Just as the targets have ranged from rulers to clergy, from tyrants to helpless, and from the guilty to the innocent, the outcomes have ranged from victory to defeat depending on the society’s strength and will. The promise of bloodshed coming alongside or following shortly after, however, is an historic certainty. The symbols of a people never satisfy: People themselves must always come next.
The new Maverick Hornet is one of the cutest compact camper trailers you’ll ever see off the beaten path. But don’t let its small size and cube-like dimensions fool you – it’s still a no-nonsense, galvanized-steel backcountry warrior with the most vacant, inhospitable stretches of Australian Outback in its crosshairs. The tiny body that barely overhangs the tire below slides, folds and swings into a comfy base camp complete with trailer-top tent, wraparound awning and outdoor kitchen.
If there are three things we’ve noticed about Australian off-road camper trailers, it’s that they’re insanely well-built, beautifully equipped and incredibly expensive. You can buy a luxury SUV for what a Patriot X3 will cost you. The Maverick Hornet appears as extremely well-built as other Aussie off-road trailers, but it slides in at a much lower price point by relying on a leaner standard equipment package, allowing buyers to build it up with options or equip it themselves over time.