Welcome to Joe Biden’s Amerikka

2021 February 17
by bc3b

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Gas prices aren’t quite there yet, but they are on their way. When Michigan residents woke up yesterday, they were not only greeted by 6-8 inches of snow, but also by gas stations informing them that regular unleaded was $2.69, a full 50 cents higher than when Biden took office less than a month ago.

Through Biden’s executive order stopping the pipeline he accomplished a trifecta – 1. decreasing America’s energy independence; 2. ensuring the price of gas would rise, which is a goal of the left and 3. killing good-paying jobs. As if that wasn’t enough, he took care of Democratic-supporter Warren Buffet’s railroad, which – without the pipeline – is the only way to get fuel from Canada,

Meanwhile, the media fawns over the Bidens and their regime, even dim-witted Jen Psaki – the press secretary.

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The media couldn’t say enough about Dr. Jill Biden’s Valentines Day White House decorations, which resembled gym decorations for a dance by some unimaginative 6th graders … or the candy aisle at Dollar Tree. It’s the same media that lauded Michelle Obama when she wore table cloths to major functions. You can educate stupid people, but it doesn’t make them any less stupid.

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  1. 2021 February 17 8:08 am
    bc3b permalink

    I purposely used a West Coast brand so you Kalifornians can relate. We haven’t had Union 76 in the Midwest for at least 25 years.

  2. 2021 February 17 8:13 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Good luck Texans!
    I read that all the Californians who moved to TX are feeling more at home now that the electricity has failed.

  3. 2021 February 17 8:27 am
    bc3b permalink

    Michiganders who moved to Texas are feeling more like home too. Was -6 in Motown last night.

  4. 2021 February 17 8:35 am
    justrand permalink

    As with unaffordable ammunition, unaffordable fuel is a FEATURE…not a BUG.

    The Left doesn’t want people to have individual mobility, they want us to rely on “public transportation”. And if there is NO “public transportation” (as in my area) then their response is (literally) “You just shouldn’t be allowed to live there“. I wish I made that quote up…but I didn’t. A Democrat State Senator here in the PRK said EXACTLY that 2 years ago.

  5. 2021 February 17 9:11 am
    drdog09 permalink


    HaHa. That’s a good one!!

    Fact I am going to blame all this mess on CA expats. “See what happens when yet let a bunch of ferneiers in!”

    As it is we now have a water emergency being declared for those who are serviced by Arlington Water District. Evidently some asshat triggered a rush for people to fill their tubs with water, etc. Hold on a sec need to turn off the tap …

  6. 2021 February 17 9:14 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Think gas price is bad now? Hate to tell ya but we have not hit $100 a barrel — yet. Currently $60.05/bbl on NASDAQ futures contracts.

  7. 2021 February 17 9:24 am
    gnqanq permalink

    drdog or IP – how did Texas get into the condition they are in with the Grid? Pretty much all or most of Texas is on its own, not connected per se with the Western Grid or the Eastern Grid. Just curious to how this happened.

    Thanks in advance.

  8. 2021 February 17 10:05 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    On TX wind energy, a quote from Instapundit
    Just last week, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott proudly accepted something called the Wind Leadership Award, given with gratitude by Tri Global Energy, a company getting rich from green energy. So it was all working great until the day it got cold outside. The windmills failed like the silly fashion accessories they are, and people in Texas died.

  9. 2021 February 17 10:13 am
    bc3b permalink

    Imagine what wind energy would be like in Michigan, where we have three months like the last week you have experienced.

    Also, since Eastern Michigan is second to Seattle in the most overcast days (Great Lakes effect) solar power isn’t the answer either.

    Sometimes it’s good not to win awards.

  10. 2021 February 17 10:17 am

    R.I.P.   Rush Limbaugh 🙁

  11. 2021 February 17 10:20 am
    bc3b permalink

    Apparently it was announced on his show that Rush Limbaugh has died.

    Watch the haters come out of the woodwork.

  12. 2021 February 17 10:29 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    RIP Rush.

  13. 2021 February 17 10:34 am
    bc3b permalink

    Texas grid problems offer warning about Biden’s energy problems:


    Bernie Sanders may have been a better choice than Joe Biden. Biden will do everything Bernie proposed, but he isn’t nearly as smart.

  14. 2021 February 17 11:06 am
    bc3b permalink

    Post #1 – Fact Check


    In checking there are still seven Union 76 stations in metro Detroit area.

  15. 2021 February 17 11:16 am

    “drdog or IP – how did Texas get into the condition they are in with the Grid?

    Hard to plan for something that occurs once in a lifetime.

  16. 2021 February 17 11:34 am
    fight on permalink

    So much for “unity”

    “Rest in piss” is trending on twitter.


  17. 2021 February 17 11:54 am
    Eph permalink

    8 Jim,

    Abbott out for 2024

    If Desantis says no, it’s Trump

  18. 2021 February 17 11:59 am
    Eph permalink


    I said the same when Ginsberg bit the dust


  19. 2021 February 17 12:27 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    As to Texas,

    IP is correct. Lived here since ’87. This is only the second time living in this great State that I have experienced snow being on the ground more than 72hrs. Infrastructure here is designed for heat not cold. The average winter temperature is 50-55F for all zone 6-8 regions.

    The other is economic. TXU who is the major power producer is in technical bankruptcy. Being in that state curtails certain business considerations, like say power plant expansion. The nuclear facility they own is platted for up to 4 reactors onsite, but alas cannot. Oncor good as they are does run a tight ship as a outside plant distributor. They can’t justify severe weather provisions other than planned overtime.

    Windmills in West Texas are keeping some farms alive. But the more I read up on the monsters there are all sorts of downsides. One of which is those turbine blades have a much shorter life than they expected.

    Something will have to be done. If all the high tech that is supposed to arrive does, that is power demands that need to be dealt with. Still it is better than Germany with all their solar panels covered in snow. 🙂

    PS: According to PowerOutage.us Tarrant Co has only 19% of customers without power. That down from 44% 2 days ago. There are still rolling blackouts in the area.

  20. 2021 February 17 12:31 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Shame about Rush, but all knew he was on a short leash. Still the radio industry ought to go silent for a moment nationwide in his honor. He single handedly saved them from oblivion. Without the surge of talk radio most stations would have long closed. Guys like Hanity would still be doing construction.

    God Bless Him.

  21. 2021 February 17 12:54 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Want to see Texas ‘Bad’? — https://www.zerohedge.com/political/texas-facing-humanitarian-crisis — A little overhyped but still there are areas hit pretty hard. And again the infrastructure is not built for the freezing weather.

  22. 2021 February 17 2:43 pm
    mulletover permalink

    It was 61 degrees and balmy here in Eastern NC yesterday. That being said , the collision of cold air and the warm air off the Gulf Stream spawned a high-end F3 tornado 100 miles to the south. It plowed through an upscale golf community killing three, injuring 10, and severely damaging 50 houses.

    I guess all over, it’s the same. Weather can be a bitch when you don’t know what’s coming.

  23. 2021 February 17 2:44 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    PRP brought up an interesting point about CEOs buying BTC. That could be a two edged sword. First it can bolster valuations as BTC rises. That it is probably better than using debt to do stock buybacks. Second, being fairly liquid it does provide so level of flexibility for the CFO. But I still have some reservations. As an investor are you buying a stock as a proxy for BTC or the performance of the underlying company? If you want to play BTC why not go with something like BLOK or KOIN? (no endorsement)

  24. 2021 February 17 3:13 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    God Bless Rush Limbaugh.

    Just one more thing to piss of the left.

    They may be celebrating now – BUT Rush being an announced believer in Christ is now in the presence of God. Don’t get any better than that.

    Thanks for all the info on Texas and the grid.

  25. 2021 February 17 3:46 pm

    People like rush die early, while the punch bowl turds (McConnell,romney,schumer, piglosi, bidet, et al) live on forever.

  26. 2021 February 17 3:50 pm
    Eph permalink

    What are the odds that Bush and Trump sit next to each other at the funeral??

  27. 2021 February 17 4:05 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    IP – they have to holding on forever. Look what awaits them.

    Jesus – What profit a man to gain the whole world, but lose their soul.

    Rush on the other hand, is in a far better place. No more pain, no more sorrow.

    Earth is a little poorer, and heaven is a little richer.

    God speed Rush.

  28. 2021 February 17 4:20 pm
    justrand permalink

    Rush will be missed greatly by those who love Freedom, and America!

    thus the Left is celebrating his death

  29. 2021 February 17 4:40 pm

    26 – Why would Bush be invited?

  30. 2021 February 17 4:48 pm

    ““The wind-dependent Texas grid is experiencing rolling blackouts, prices the equivalent of $900 per Tesla charge, and an expected supply shortage of 10 GW–the amount of electricity needed to power 5 million homes,” Alex Epstein, Founder of Center for Industrial Progress, tweeted today.”

    It’s really not funny…but…

  31. 2021 February 17 4:54 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I own a lot of bitcoin miners in my equities. Mara, riot, can, argo , grayscale
    None of them are cheap right now. Actually sold some recently. Seems like something i would buy more of if btc ever goes back to low end of its range which it doesnt want to do lately.

  32. 2021 February 17 5:13 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Will reiterate im always on the fence about ethereum. Ive long wanted to buy it’s main competitor polkadot but since i cant access binance i never did, and since that time it’s probably gone 10x in price.

  33. 2021 February 17 5:13 pm
    Eph permalink


    You have a short memory.

    Circa October 2000

  34. 2021 February 17 5:24 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Thanks for they crypto hints PRP

  35. 2021 February 17 5:28 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Clay Travis of Outkick the Coverage pays a tribute to Rush Limbaugh:


    Of course, there are those who claim Outkick the Coverage isn’t conservative. You decide.

  36. 2021 February 17 6:09 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    More Kroger stores are closed. They are uneconomical and cities insist on dictating employee pay.

  37. 2021 February 17 6:10 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Heh, I just have this snip but no link.
    Pretty funny if true though!


    The Texas Governor Greg Abbott is taking an extraordinary step. He is banning the export of natural gas to other states.
    CNBC’s @SullyCNBC has the story.

  38. 2021 February 17 6:13 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  39. 2021 February 17 6:39 pm
    mpt permalink

    R.I.P. Rush Limbaugh 🙁

    Very sad indeed. God broke the mold when Rush was made. Truly a larger-than-life figure.

  40. 2021 February 17 6:42 pm
    mpt permalink

    …while the punch bowl turds (McConnell,romney,schumer, piglosi, bidet, et al) live on forever.

    Even the Devil doesn’t want them.

  41. 2021 February 17 6:50 pm
    mpt permalink

    Bernie Sanders may have been a better choice than Joe Biden.

    The same thought has crossed my mind. I never got the idea that Sanders hates this country or its people, but is a very, very misguided person. Biden on the other hand doesn’t give two shits about this country or its people. He’s only in it for the gift… But, alas, what politician isn’t?

  42. 2021 February 17 6:58 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    PRP, any observations about Ethereum 2.0?

    Like mpt, I dabbled a little. Now I have an email from CoinBase that says
    Upgrade your ETH to ETH2 and earn up to 7.5% APR
    Ethereum 2.0 is a series of major protocol upgrades to Ethereum designed to improve speed and efficiency. Choose how much ETH to stake, and track your rewards in real time right from your portfolio.

    I’m guessing you may be facing the same decision?

  43. 2021 February 17 6:59 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Ethereum is more an app than a coin. They make no bones about that. Ethereum’s play is for example a smart contract with the coin ($$) attached to it. As it is there a large bevy of coin out there right now and a shake out has to occur sometime.

  44. 2021 February 17 6:59 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    Jim – this reminds me of when Chicago (City Government) came out against Walmart and was opposed to them building a Super Walmart in Chicago. What did Walmart do – built it just outside the city limits.

    Walmart did the same thing here in Columbus. Got a bunch of blow back about building on this one tract of land in Columbus (part of it was a wetland). The leftists were against it because of the land BUT also because it was Big Bad Walmart.

    What did Walmart do, build it outside the city limits in a suburb. Like Chicago, lost a tax revenue source (land & wages).

  45. 2021 February 17 7:09 pm
    Eph permalink

    25 Travis is a leech.

    Anything for $$$

  46. 2021 February 17 7:10 pm
    Eph permalink

    41 mpt

    No contest. Sanders would have been much better

  47. 2021 February 17 7:34 pm
    Eph permalink

  48. 2021 February 17 8:56 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    The value in bitcoin is in the network effect that it controls just as facebook has a network. Ethereum actually has a competitors as well unlike btc. Ethereum is changing its code and it’s unclear that it will even work.
    Mostly just went off what lyn said about it.


  49. 2021 February 17 9:18 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Thanks PRP, I watched most of that on YT the last day or two.
    It’s interesting that Alden has her Eng degree while Pal comes at it from a financial perspective.

  50. 2021 February 17 11:35 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Eph #48 –

    Tebow is 33 and is married now. There was no minor league baseball last year and there may not be any this year. Without fans in the stands, there is no income, just expenses – MLB covers the players’ salaries, but there’s the cost of busses (some airfare for AAA), hotel rooms, stadium lighting, etc.

    I doubt we have heard the last of Mr. Tebow. Don’t be surprised if he runs for office.

    The lack of fans in the stands has impacted major league sports. The NHL borrowed $1-billion. $50+ tickets, $5 hot dogs and sodas and $10 beers covers a lot of costs.

  51. 2021 February 17 11:44 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    George gammon white boards bitcoin


    I love his videos. He actually has only a hs diploma

  52. 2021 February 18 6:05 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I think talk radio was basically dead at this point.

    I remember in the 90’s it was a thing but that was before the internet was prevalent as now everyone goes down their own random rabbit holes.

  53. 2021 February 18 6:20 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    The history of the shi$coins


  54. 2021 February 18 7:14 am
    justrand permalink

    bc3b: “The lack of fans in the stands has impacted major league sports. ”

    football, baseball and basketball kicked their fans in the teeth, and then demanded they apologize for “crimes” they never committed…and now they are SHOCKED that those fans are gone.

    The NBA still has the millionaire-class who will fork over huge sums of money to exhibit how “woke” they are, but no one is watching on TV. The NFL and MLB have likewise lost their most loyal fan bases, and they ain’t comin’ back!

    Screw ’em all…we’ve got much bigger things to worry about

  55. 2021 February 18 7:37 am
    bc3b permalink

    JR #55 –

    I think the golden age of sports has ended.

    Five years ago I spent at least 10 hours a week watching sports on TV (20 during football season). Now, I may watch 15 minutes of a college basketball game, get bored and switch to something else.

  56. 2021 February 18 7:45 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Chris Coumo get gag order — https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9270987/CNN-reinstates-ban-Chris-Cuomo-featuring-family-despite-early-interviews-brother-Andrew.html — No interviewing his brother.

    Interesting in light of the fact that what have the Woke Progs have to worry about? Media will cover, the FBI will lie and the Pols will defend…. or will they? Could this be a case of holier than thou Wokism coming into play? CNN does not want any blowback just in case?

    And more trouble for Der Fueher — https://www.zerohedge.com/political/ny-dems-move-end-cuomo-emergency-powers-lawmaker-says-gov-threatened-destroy-him

  57. 2021 February 18 8:00 am
    justrand permalink

    Bc3b: “I think the Golden Age of sports has ended”

    Certainly the “Golden” part. Pro sports cannot maintain the astronomical salaries without fans and TV revenues. And they can’t get the fans back as long as they demand the fans debase themselves in the name of “Wokeness”.

    Before services started in church on the day of the Super Bowl, one of our congregation mentioned he and his wife were looking forward to watching the game. EVERYONE in earshot did a collective: HUH???. He was embarrassed, and quickly added they were originally from New England, and had always been Tom Brady fans. No one else, that I know of, has watched a minute of pro sports, of any kind, all year long.

    Along with the Golden Age of sports dying, the “Golden Age of Neutral Topics” has died. There is literally NO topic remaining that the Left has not co-opted into a toxic soup of “Wokeness”. I guess when your society is no longer “civil”, it’s time for a Civil War.

  58. 2021 February 18 8:06 am
    Eph permalink

    Dig in folks!

    The revolution is just days away!!!

  59. 2021 February 18 8:09 am
    justrand permalink

    Drdog, in re. #58 (nuclear power plant), it looks like the power plant managers bought into the ‘Global Warming’ bullshit.

    NY City, and other places cut back on their snow removal budgets a few years ago when the NYTimes, et al, declared “snow is a thing of the past”. Naturally, the citizens suffered, as ya’ll are.


  60. 2021 February 18 8:44 am

    “”Some equipment in some nuclear plants in Texas has not been hardened for extreme cold weather because there was never a need for this.””

    You know if we were talking several days below 0 I could maybe understand better that it wasn’t factored into the design of some components and systems based on location when it was built and that as long as texas has existed by that name, esp southern texas, has never seen such temps or anything close. But that they couldn’t even deal with teens is surprising.

    I would have expected that any nuclear plant on the planet would at least be designed with a basic 0-110d ambient in mind and require all associated gear to match. Of course those in warmer climates planning more on higher end like 135 extremes, and those in colder planning for significantly colder like -80, the latter of which I presume probably radically changes the design of a site\plant.

  61. 2021 February 18 9:04 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Consider, many nuke plants are just cookie cutter. Somebody like GE designs a plant and get it thru regulatory approval they would be loathe to change the design and have to get the design approved again. Think tract housing. The thing that changes is what is required for the site design to support the same physical plant. If that is the case, someone like a GE would probably have a design that would fit a broad range of conditions like we are experiencing.

    So maybe the operator is more at fault than the design team???

  62. 2021 February 18 9:10 am

    Random funny comment.

    “Every Peleton bike should have a cord to plug into the grid. The housewifes of Plano could power half the city”

  63. 2021 February 18 9:16 am

    66 – Could be, I’m less MMQB’ing than I am just surprised.

  64. 2021 February 18 9:59 am
    justrand permalink

    I would be stunned if our enemies (foreign & domestic) didn’t already know how fragile our electric grid and water supply systems are…but Texas just demonstrated that to the world.

    The PRK wants to ban wood-burning stoves in this (alleged) State…but us folks in mountains are the only ones who don’t freeze when the power goes out. We only run our generator for a bit each day to keep food cold, and check news. Otherwise its candles and firewood. And if the propane runs out then we can simply cook atop the wood burning stove.

    p.s. I finished my extra shelving in the “basement” (really just the area below the house, but it stays a constant 40-50 degrees pretty much all year long). Now to finish stocking it over the next two months…and trying out recipes using dried ingredients (beans, vegetables, etc).

  65. 2021 February 18 12:08 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    64, yeah I foresee a BIG comeback for the tag line “Unexpectedly!”

  66. 2021 February 18 1:14 pm
    bc3b permalink

    drdog09 #57 –

    The similarities:

    The Corliones and Cuomos are both from New York
    Mario = Vito (the original head of the crime family
    Andrew = Michael (the ruthless son who takes control when the father dies and would do anything to maintain power, even if it means killing people)
    Chris = Fredo (the slow-witted son)

    Exit question: does Chris Cuomo enjoy fishing?

  67. 2021 February 18 1:29 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Worth a read — https://news.gab.com/2021/02/17/its-time-to-build-our-own-economy/ — I think BC has been giving the guy pointers.

  68. 2021 February 18 1:39 pm
    bc3b permalink

    JR #61 –

    People who have followed BJG for years realizes I was a huge hockey fan. After the NHL went woke at the start of last year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, they had a BLM “tribute.”

    The only NHL games I have watched this year are Dallas Stars games with Ty Dellandrea, who went straight from the Flint Firebirds (junior hockey) to the Dallas Stars. I watched him play for the Firebirds for four years – fantastic talent and a really good kid.

  69. 2021 February 18 1:52 pm
    bc3b permalink

    drdog09 #72 –

    Two points:

    1 why does the map include New Mexico, Virginia and Maryland but not Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania (all of which Trump won in 2016 and likely won in 2020)?

    2. By picking up Alberta and Saskatchewan we’d be gaining three CFL teams – Saskatchewan Rough Riders, Calgary Stampeders and Edmonton Eskimos. CFL football is great – fields so wide they stretch into the next county, 12 men on each side if the ball, three downs and lots of passing, no illegal procedure or fair catches and the “rouge” a single point if your opponents can’t run the ball out of the end zone on a punt or missed field goal attempt.

  70. 2021 February 18 2:35 pm
    bc3b permalink

  71. 2021 February 18 3:43 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Did someone mention “unemployment”?

  72. 2021 February 18 4:16 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Hope he has a hefty 401k — https://www.pennlive.com/life/2021/02/professor-gives-2-hour-lecture-realizes-he-was-on-mute-the-whole-time.html — almost as bad as the political peep show months back.

  73. 2021 February 18 4:20 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  74. 2021 February 18 4:22 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  75. 2021 February 18 4:25 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  76. 2021 February 18 5:45 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Real rates are rising steadily. Eventually This will cause something to break, and the fed is going to have do yield curve control/lock the long end of the curve like ww2.

  77. 2021 February 18 5:51 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    83, awww. Heartwarming story of the day.

    84, what’s your guess for initial breakage? The dollar? Stock prices?

  78. 2021 February 18 5:51 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    If interest rates arent allowed to rise, this will just become a sociopath ponzi economy to the moon.

    Bitcoin will go to a million along with SPAC and tesla mania

  79. 2021 February 18 6:52 pm
    mpt permalink

    And they can’t get the fans back as long as they demand the fans debase themselves in the name of “Wokeness”.

    I don’t believe the players will allow the leagues to ever back away from “Wokeness”. The owners can now stew in their juices they themselves created.

  80. 2021 February 18 7:03 pm
    mpt permalink

    If interest rates arent allowed to rise, this will just become a sociopath ponzi economy to the moon.

    A sociopath ponzi economy to the moon it is then.

    Is that anything like the ecomic version of a dog-faced pony soldier?

  81. 2021 February 18 7:05 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Aaaaaah imagine though, all those free agents that have one and two year contracts. From $millions to $thousands in a matter of one season or two. They will be WOKE then. 🙂

  82. 2021 February 18 7:29 pm
    bc3b permalink

    drdog #81 –

    Fred Meyer, which is owned by Kroger, has no connection to Meijer.

  83. 2021 February 18 7:45 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    My bad.

  84. 2021 February 18 7:55 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  85. 2021 February 18 9:19 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Copper demand is surging in china. Sounds like texas will have some copper demand the way things are going there.

    Commodities supercycle

  86. 2021 February 18 9:28 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Retail sales excelled 7.4% in january.
    That’s one of the largest accelerations weve seen in that ever.

    More evidence that market continues to meltup in q1 and start of q2

  87. 2021 February 19 6:54 am
    drdog09 permalink

    “Retail sales excelled 7.4% in january.
    That’s one of the largest accelerations weve seen in that ever.”

    Chart Sales and delivery date of stimmy checks and thou has thy answer.

  88. 2021 February 19 7:01 am
    drdog09 permalink

    If ya think that freezing was bad here in texas — https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/outages-morph-outrage-texans-slapped-mind-blowing-power-bills — Wait till you get your power bill!

  89. 2021 February 19 7:15 am
    justrand permalink

    the goal of our wannabe Global Masters, is a vastly DE-populated planet, with a small number of “Elites” served by a manageable number of “Proles”. In the original ‘Agenda 21’ they put the number at less than 1 billion (there are currently 7 billion people on Earth). In their updated report they don’t put a number in…but it is likely the same.

    One doctor has indicated that further study is needed on the mRNA vaccines, since he indicated they “could” cause women to not be able to bear children (it would, he posited, affect the ability of a women’s body to carry a child to term).


  90. 2021 February 19 7:15 am
    justrand permalink

    ok…100 🙂 just to piss off Eph

  91. 2021 February 19 7:30 am
    gnqanq permalink

    JR – the Georgia Guidestones pegged the number at 500 Million.

  92. 2021 February 19 7:46 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    “Royce Pierce told Newsweek he owes electric company, Griddy, $8,162.73 for his electricity usage this month. He said that’s a massive increase from his usual $387 bill. ”

    Makes sense. I heard the going rate of charging a tesla last week was about a $1000 dollars a charge.

    So if you car held 14 gallons of gas, that would be like paying 71 dollars a gallon to fill the car.

  93. 2021 February 19 7:55 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    A proposal for us rebellious types. Probably posted earlier but I’m just getting around to reading it

  94. 2021 February 19 7:55 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Maxine has solved the gamestop saga riddle at the hearings


    “BREAKING: Maxine Waters asks “why aren’t customers entitled to a refund when they lose money on stocks?”

  95. 2021 February 19 7:56 am
    justrand permalink

    Interesting article by Ben Stein. Obviously Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Google ARE acting as quasi-government agencies, but I don’t think enough Republicans have the guts to challenge them…and the Democrats LOVE them!


  96. 2021 February 19 8:05 am
    justrand permalink

    Jim, yeah that is a good article, but IMHO it doesn’t go far enough because it leaves out means and methods to starve the tax collectors. The first method being: BARTER. When buying local and/ or using local services people should always try to barter for those goods or services. Offer firewood in exchange for car repair, offer home repair/ maintenance in exchange for locally grown crops, etc.

  97. 2021 February 19 8:25 am
    drdog09 permalink


    This was further down on the tweet you posted —

    Charles R Cherry #SilverSqueeze @CharlesRCherry
    Her constituents need a refund of their votes.

  98. 2021 February 19 8:29 am
    drdog09 permalink

    JR, 105,

    I still wonder why someone like Cruz does not bring Marsh_v._Alabama into play. The likes of Twitter and Facebook are operating like digital company towns.

  99. 2021 February 19 8:34 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I heard Yanet Yellen released a plan for the TGA fund although can’t find a link to it. Mnuchin has a 1.6 trillion dollar war chest that he wanted to spend in August but Pelosi blocked everything to make sure he had nothing to spend it on.

    Yellen is planning on releasing 800 billion into the economy in the next month from the TGA followed by the remaining 800 billion through the end of the June.


  100. 2021 February 19 8:35 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    T.I.N.A.=there is no alternative

  101. 2021 February 19 8:48 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    JR, 106, yes the Gab proposal is a great start. Besides what you mention as a shortcoming, there is also the question of “what if we are not allowed to leave?”.
    In that case the question of armed resistance arises.
    Also, I think Mr Torba is more open to Left Populists than I am, still dubious if they will break to side of freedom or to gov’t support.

    But I like that it is a good starting plan that most everyone can buy into and most are already embarked on. Stuff like move from big banks to your local Credit Union. Reducing use of Amazon. Cut the cable to gov’t AgitProp. Get on Signal and ProtonMail and off gmail. Learn about BitCoin. Don’t buy from companies who hate you. Get out of the schools.

  102. 2021 February 19 8:57 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Biden wants to blow another 1.9 trillion on stimulus, and then they are already talking about starting price tag on infrastructure as 3 trillion. Probably too many pessimists about the current market.

    A trillion here, a trillion there and pretty soon we’re talking real money.

  103. 2021 February 19 9:00 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    If this Texas storm happened a month ago, the only question our media would be asking is “where’s POTUS?”


    over\under on whether Biden even knows he’s president let alone that there was a storm?

  104. 2021 February 19 9:15 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Joe’s handler’s bring him out to the press


  105. 2021 February 19 9:21 am
    drdog09 permalink

    “what if we are not allowed to leave?”

    The Troubles begin my friend. The economic realignment first. Insurrection second. A force of ~3000 Irish nationalists kept a good chunk of the British Army encamped in that area for some 30 years. The Brits finally gave up. There are men, young and old alike trained by the best the US had/have that can train others in 5 and 10s. Not quite civil war, but makes large swaths of the country untenable to the opposition.

  106. 2021 February 19 9:24 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    PRP are we still expecting a BTC pullback? Or are so many flocking to it that it won’t really fall for the next few months?

    Not only get rich quick “Dot Com” style individuals.
    I was impressed with the YouTube you posted that predicted a mounting sequence of corporate entry depending on how long it takes to satisfy regulatory burden. Pensions would come last. Corporate cash much sooner. Banks after corporations and so on.

  107. 2021 February 19 9:29 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    115, yes and I agree. The stubborn and the truculent will number in the millions and may well be a majority.

    But don’t underestimate govt. They have tools for propaganda and surveillance that Adolf, Mao and Stalin could only dream of.

  108. 2021 February 19 9:33 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I mean I’m already bullish overall for q1 and q2

    hedgeye RR for today on BTC
    NYSE BITCOIN INDEX 46,607 54,589

    looks at the top end of it’s range so wouldn’t surprise me if it pulled back

  109. 2021 February 19 9:53 am
    justrand permalink

    drdog: “Not quite civil war, but makes large swaths of the country untenable to the opposition.”

    AND, those “large swaths of the country” grow the food, pump the oil & gas, and have all the major transportation arteries running through them. When the government has to seize the farms, oil fields and use military convoys to get supplies into the cities we will have become Venezuela.

    And what did Venezuela do BEFORE they did all those things?? They disarmed the people.

    No matter which road to ‘1984’ the Left chooses it ALWAYS starts with disarming the populace.

  110. 2021 February 19 11:42 am
    gnqanq permalink

    JR – think more like Serbia/Yugoslavia.

    They are already talking about background checks, registries and confiscation (those (all of us) that might not be mentally capable).

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