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It Seems Conservative Students Can’t have an Opinion

by: Brent Smith

At the end of the following Blaze article, there is a video. I encourage you to watch, but with this preemptive warning. Make darn certain your head is tightly duct taped, as the potential for it to explode is far greater than 50 percent.

As Glenn Beck says, it won’t keep your head from exploding. It will just better retain the skull fragments so that a surgeon, or all the kings horses and men, can reset them in proper order. read more

NOSEiD can Identify a lost Pooch

NOSEiD is presently limited to the city of Nashville, but should soon be rolled out to other locations
NOSEiD is presently limited to the city of Nashville, but should soon be rolled out to other locations
Iams

Just like our fingerprints, the shape and pattern of each dog’s nose is unique to that animal. Bearing this in mind, pet food company Iams has launched a “nose-centric” app for identifying lost dogs – appropriately enough, it’s called NOSEiD. read more

Joe Biden – the Aging Crime Boss

by: Brent Smith

For years I stood by my assertion that Joe Biden was nothing but a crook who used his political influence to run a very successful crime family.

He enriched himself and other family members, and used and frankly abused his black-sheep son for his own ends.

Then came 2020 and my assertion began to change. No, I didn’t change my mind about the whole criminal family. read more

Dry Mouth? An Accidental Cure may be on the Way

Chronic dry mouth often involves inflammation of the salivary glands, which an existing drug has been shown to reduce
Chronic dry mouth often involves inflammation of the salivary glands, which an existing drug has been shown to reduce
ArenaCreative/Depositphotos

Although we may all get a dry mouth from time to time, for some people it can be an ongoing debilitating condition. There could be new hope for such folks, however, thanks to a recent accidental discovery.

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Ronald Reagan spoke of Us in 1964

by: Brent Smith

I was recently watching an old video titled, “A Time for Choosing,” by Ronaldus Magnus (h/t: Rush Limbaugh), or Ronald Reagan as non-ditto-heads would know him. Yes, I know and I agree that I’m a total geek.

But we can learn a lot by reading and viewing history, and some of Reagan’s old stuff, soon after his conservative eyes were open, are his most powerful.

Sure, he was an actor, but one could tell when he spoke, that he meant every word he said about conservatism and his love for America. read more

Weapon Wednesday – Going back to the Sextant?

 

The U.S. Navy’s New Unhackable GPS Alternative: The Stars

GPS is a world-changing technology. It’s also incredibly fragile, easily spoofable, and consistently hackable. That’s why the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps are looking to the stars for a navigational Plan B.

senior chief petty officer mike rosati uses a sextant while conducting celestial navigation training while sailing on the atlantic ocean aboard the coast guard cutter eagle, aug 3, 2015 celestial navigation is taught to the coast guard academy cadets while they spend time underway on the eagle us coast guard photo by petty officer 2nd class matthew s masaschi
Matthew S. Masaschi

Twenty-five years ago, in 1995, the U.S. Air Force reached a milestone: Its satellite Global Positioning System became fully operational. Today, GPS directs our world, from supertankers to pizza deliveries. But before the creation of this modern navigational marvel, humans looked to the heavens to find their way. read more

Not Even Exercise is Safe from Wokeness

by: Brent Smith

I don’t do yoga – never have.

The closest I got was to take a group work-out-like class to help a friend. It was basically me and bunch of women. Talk about feeling like a fish out of water.

But I do know one thing. When I was taking part in the class, I sure wish we could have injected a political discussion or two as we were in our plank position. Thank would have been great.

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