WND Exclusive – From the Bad Biden Idea file: The post office bank

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

Recently, the leftist site Vox posted an article of 10 executive actions a President Biden (almost choked on that) can do without congressional approval.

All were lame – energy, Green New Deal stuff, etc. – but one stood out because it has so far gone relatively unnoticed by the right, yet would be a disaster in the making.

It’s the creation of a U.S. Postal Service national bank. Yes, the leftist geniuses on the Biden transition team want the Postal Service, which is $160 billion in debt and lost a staggering $2.2 billion just last quarter, to create a national banking system. read more

Video Podcast – COVID Shutdowns vs Government Shutdowns

by: Brent Smith

38 major retailers and restaurant chains have either filed for bankruptcy or liquidated all together.

And then there’s the little guys.

As of August 31st, Yelp reported that the number had ballooned to 163,735.

But as staggering as that figure is, it pales in comparison to the numbers compiled by the Hamilton Project. They assert that as of only June, the number was actually around 400,000.

The bottom line is that millions of “retail” employees just lost their jobs forever. read more

No One can have a Differing Opinion at Holiday Gatherings

As you read this article, please bear in mind the purpose of why it was written. It’s not, as the author writes, just about calling out racism, white privilege, et al. Radical leftists don’t simply want to engage and change the heart and mind of old white Grandpa. That might be constructive.

No, what it’s really about is the Marxist BLM desire to deconstruct the Western nuclear family. As the leaders of the BLM movement posted, before it was scrubbed of course, is to, “disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure…”

And naturally, this will be reiterated through Christmas and any other family get-togethers.

from Campus Reform:

UVA student newspaper opinion writer: ‘Stand up’ to ‘racist family’ at Thanksgiving

An opinion writer for the University of Virginia student newspaper encouraged her readers to “stand up” against “racist family.” read more

Virtually Silent Delivery Drones

This flying pallet design shows what ion-propelled delivery drones might look like, flying near-silently through urban areas with no moving parts
This flying pallet design shows what ion-propelled delivery drones might look like, flying near-silently through urban areas with no moving parts
Undefined Technologies

Florida’s Undefined Technologies claims it has managed to increase the thrust levels of ion propulsion systems to “unprecedented levels” with its “Air Tantrum” technology, enabling very quiet drones with no moving parts in the propulsion system, that look like flying pallets. read more

Flynn has been Pardoned – And Something Else

by: Brent Smith

So General Flynn has finally been pardoned. That’s terrific. He didn’t deserve any of this. And everyone on the right is or should be happy about it.

However, before you begin reading the article, you may want to also consider this, assuming you haven’t put your tin-foil hat away for the holiday season.

First, would Trump have pardoned Flynn if he had clearly won reelection? And second, Sydney Powell is Flynn’s lead attorney and did NOT want him pardoned. Rather she wanted to exonerate Flynn in court. She outwardly stressed this to the administration.

So, with tin-foil hat firmly atop head, could this also be a slight or slap-down of Powell by Trump and his team? For whatever reason, are they trying to undermine her credibility? Does someone have it out for Powell?

Just asking.

from Conservative Review:

Trump Pardons Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn

U.S. President Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up after speaking to members of the media before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, whose hold on his job has been in doubt since a report that he suggested secretly recording Trump, will travel with the president for a speech to a law enforcement group in Orlando, Florida, according to a Justice Department official. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg
Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images read more

When Was The Real First Thanksgiving? That Depends

On October 3, 1789, America’s first President under the 1787 Constitution, George Washington, issued a historic Thanksgiving George Washington's Thanksgiving ProclamationProclamation.  Congress had instructed him to “recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God.”  This he did.  Many consider this the nation’s first Thanksgiving Proclamation.  But was it?  Well, that depends.

There had been many previous days of a general giving of thanks in America’s history, some bearing little relation to our present holiday.  Many took place long before America was a country, under the reign of the monarchs of England.   read more

Now For the Real Story – of Thanksgiving

The Real Story of Thanksgiving

This year adults and children alike may come forth from their hermetically sealed COVID prevention bubbles and share their thoughts of Thanksgiving.

And maybe one family member will regale the others with the story of the first Thanksgiving – that so-called official story – the heartwarming tale of how the Pilgrims and Native Americans shared a bountiful feast together. But will they tell the real story – the truth about what actually happened on the Plymouth Plantation?

We’re told that the Pilgrims struggled for their survival when they landed in present-day Massachusetts in the 1620’s. Half of the Pilgrims starved to death or went back to England during the first year alone because of harsh winter weather and their lack of proper farming skills. Their chronic food shortages were ultimately resolved when the Native Americans taught the Pilgrims how to plant corn (maize) the following spring and together they celebrated their blessings with a huge feast. read more