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  • Nuclear Arsenals in 2018

    The Trump-Putin summit has more important items to discuss than Robert Mueller’s biased “special investigation”, yet the media continues its witch hunt, ignoring other issues like currency wars, Ukraine, terrorism, and nuclear weapons.

    Bulletin of Atomic Scientists data:
    U.S. nuclear arsenal (PDF)
    Russia nuclear arsenal (PDF)

  • $34,000 a Year Puts You in Worldwide Top 1%

    The California city of Stockton is giving one hundred unlucky few a free-no-strings-attached $500 a month to see if they spend it wisely. Good luck with that. Read more at The Daily Mail

    It only takes $34,000 a year income to be in the world’s top 1% (thank you capitalism), but California’s socialist crony economy has created large statewide income differences. Read more at Investopedia

  • Geoengineering the Planet

    President Obama’s CIA director speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations:

    “Another example is the array of technologies—often referred to collectively as geoengineering—that potentially could help reverse the warming effects of global climate change. One that has gained my personal attention is stratospheric aerosol injection, or SAI, a method of seeding the stratosphere with particles that can help reflect the sun’s heat, in much the same way that volcanic eruptions do.”

    Read transcript at

  • The New Democrat Policy?

    Ted Kennedy intern, Bernie Sanders organizer and member of the far-left Democratic Socialists of America Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won the Bronx-Queens congressional seat last week.

    Fellow Democrats are attempting to downplay Ocasio-Cortez’s win but if her openly-stated views get votes will Democrats open borders and welfare policies get stronger? Read more at The New York Post

  • Supreme Court Judicial Leanings

    Justice Anthony Kennedy has announced his retirement, setting off the newest political battle in the swamp. Kennedy, nominated by President Ronald Reagan as a conservative, has been a swing vote on the court, often drifting liberal. Read more about Kenney at

    Graphic by The Economist

  • Global Consolidation of Seed Industry

    Bayer purchased Monsanto for $62 billion, which could mean a rise in seed prices for farmers and food prices for consumers.

    Monsanta, at one time, used sterile “terminator seeds” which don’t produce viable seeds for replanting, forcing farmers to repurchase their product.

    Is feeding more of the growing world population with genetically modified seeds a bad thing? More analysis at The Open Market Institute.

  • Maxine Waters Calls for Harassment

    More derangement syndrom from Maxine Waters: “For these members of [Trump’s] Cabinet who remain and try to defend him they’re not going to be able to go to a restaurant, they’re not going to be able to stop at a gas station, they’re not going to be able to shop at a department store”

    Democrats have sued Christian bakers for reserving the right who to serve, yet now call for denying service to proponents of smaller government.

  • D-Day anniversary

    June 6, 1944

    Infographic from Graphic News

  • Gear Up for Survival!

    You never know when the big solar storm is going to take down the power grid and life will become like Maxine Waters’ congressional district for everyone.

    And don’t forget food for the pets!

  • Evolution of Language

    Well done infographic by Matt Baker with other great stuff (for sale) at

  • The Fallen of WW2

    FOR MEMORIAL DAY: Amazing infographic project showing the staggering numbers of fallen soldiers in World War 2 fighting against Adolph Hitler’s socialism and Japan’s imperialism.

    Much more detail at

  • Pacific Plastic Garbage Patch Cleanup

    The nonprofit group The Ocean Cleanup is set to begin cleanup operations in the Pacific. 18-year-old Boyan Slat proposed in 2013 to use the ocean’s currents to expedite cleaning up the 1.8 trillion tons of plastic trash. More information at The Ocean Cleanup.