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Now the Left Loves Military Leaders?

from the American Spectator:

Mad Dog Disease

2018 – A Year of Leftist Hate

from NewsBusters:

All this week, NewsBusters is recounting the most obnoxious liberal bias of 2018. Yesterday, we presented the most outrageous examples of journalists fawning over liberal or left-wing icons; today’s installment showcases some of the year’s most rancid quotes attacking Republicans or conservatives NOT named Donald Trump — the media’s attacks on the President will be featured on Wednesday. read more

Concept Cars of 2018

Mercedes debuted the radical Vision EQ Silver Arrow at Monterey Car Week 2018
Mercedes debuted the radical Vision EQ Silver Arrow at Monterey Car Week 2018(Credit:Daimler)

Automotive technology continues advancing forward at blinding speed. Electric vehicles are inching toward their big tipping point; self-driving technologies are growing and improving; and even the good, old internal combustion engine is learning new tricks. Pretty soon we’ll all be zipping around in the swarm of self-driving, self-charging electric taxi pods. Before we do, we’ll continue getting a taste of that future through the high-powered lens of concept cars. This year’s most memorable concepts included retro-styled electrics, next-gen hypercars and one very uncommon type of off-road hybrid. read more

There’s No Room for Politics at Christmas

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

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Christmas is almost upon us. And for those like me who celebrate it, we really look forward to this particular holiday season.

But one of the problems with being a political commentator is that it’s what readers, listeners and viewers expect all the time. One doesn’t want to navigate to their favorite political website, only to discover that it’s filled only with recipes and how to put together the perfect holiday gift basket.

Normally this isn’t a problem for us. No matter the season, there is always something going on in this country or worldwide for which to dovetail into politics. Sad really, but true, particularly in the ongoing battle against leftism. The left, as we are well aware, always boils everything down to politics, especially when it comes to religious holidays like Christmas and Easter.

For any radical Antifa members or hard left followers who happened to be reading this article, Christmas is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, and Easter is the celebration of his resurrection after he was crucified by the Romans. And for those who are unfamiliar with crucifixion, you can ask New Jersey Senator Corey Booker. Corey knows all about it, for he is Spartacus! read more

Video Podcast – I Agree with the President

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

The government shutdown is upon us. Has anyone noticed? No? Of course no one has noticed. It’s the weekend heading into Christmas. But the government “closes” every weekend and holiday. Yet somehow, we’re supposed to fear the shutdown, because somehow it’s different than the government just closing.

Trump was right to announce that we’re pulling boots-on-the-ground out of Syria. On that, I agree. I didn’t agree with how he did it. I explain why in segment two.

In segment three, I give advice to Trump on how he should handle the shutdown by explaining, via his bully pulpit and on national TV, why the border wall is so vital. As if he needs my advice. read more

New York Times Flip-Flops on Syria

from the Daily Caller:

THE NEW YORK TIMES WAS AGAINST WAR IN SYRIA BEFORE IT WAS FOR IT

What a difference a year can make for The New York Times.

As President Donald Trump announced his decision Wednesday to withdraw the nation’s 2,000 troops from Syria, a bipartisan cadre of opinion-havers attacked him as recklessly abandoning allies in the region and jeopardizing America’s influence over foreign affairs.

One newspaper was particularly harsh: The Times. read more

Magic Leap Mixed-Reality Glasses

The nReal Light mixed reality glasses connect to a phone or laptop
The nReal Light mixed reality glasses connect to a phone or laptop(Credit: nReal Light)

The mixed reality specs scene is certainly getting interesting. Magic Leap released its developer edition glasses earlier this year, there are strong rumors that Apple is planning a launch in the next couple of years, and now we have the nReal Light glasses to look forward to in 2019. read more

FDA Is too Over-Cautious

from Walter Williams:

FDA Policies Kill

Among the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s responsibilities are approval and regulation of pharmaceutical drugs. In short, its responsibility is to ensure the safety and effectiveness of drugs. In the performance of this task, FDA officials can make two types of errors — statistically known as the type I error and type II error. With respect to the FDA, a type I error is the rejection or delayed approval of a drug that is safe and effective — erring on the side of over-caution — and a type II error is the approval of a drug that has unanticipated dangerous side effects, or erring on the side of under-caution. read more

PETA is Not Amused by Popeyes Chicken Promotion

Just one more example of the complete lack of a sense of humor on the left.

from the Blaze:

PETA squawks over Popeyes’ ’emotional support chicken’ meal carriers

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen launched what’s been called “a perfect example of viral marketing” this week, offering an “emotional support chicken” meal for stressed-out flyers at its location in Terminal C at Philadelphia International Airport. read more

Acupuncture Needles Found in Patient After 30 Years

Incredible X-rays show acupuncture needles buried along the spine of a 94-year-old woman.

The unnamed woman, who had recently been diagnosed with dementia, went to the division of general internal medicine at the University of Toronto after a painful fall.

Doctors took scans of her back and hips to rule out any fractures, only to discover what looked like tiny flecks along her spine and at the top of her legs.

The medics were told by the woman’s carers she had visited a traditional Korean Hari acupuncture clinic just once 30 years before. Hari involves leaving needles permanently under the skin in the belief they relieve pain.