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Greta Thunberg Rips Leaders for ‘Whatever the F**k They Are Doing in There’ at...

Greta Thunberg criticized world leaders for not acting on so-called “climate change” in a tirade to fellow COP26 protesters on Monday. The Daily Mail reported: Government representatives have gathered in Glasgow to discuss green issues this week, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson using his opening address to compare the situation to James Bond trying to diffuse…

PHOTOS: Biden Cruises Rome with 85-Car Motorcade Before ‘Climate’ Summit

President Joe Biden on Friday drove through Rome accompanied by an approximately 85-vehicle motorcade. The move received criticism prior to the global warming summit scheduled for Glasgow, Scotland, according to the New York Post. Biden tours Rome with 85-car motorcade ahead of 'climate' summit https://t.co/lXzuSHcnWn pic.twitter.com/Ze2QVdm6Wz — New York Post (@nypost) October 29, 2021 Video…

Republican Leaders Rip Biden for Rising Gas Prices: ‘Treat America Like You’re Treating Other...

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) led a roundtable discussion with fellow GOP congressmembers and energy stakeholders Wednesday on how pursuing American energy independence would help to alleviate increased gas prices. The congressmembers emphasized their disapproval of the White House’s and congressional Democrats’ current efforts to raise costs on U.S. energy production, which, the Republicans argued, would…

Nor’easter Pummels Massachusetts: Upwards of 490,000 Businesses and Homes Lose Power

A nor’easter battered eastern Massachusetts, leaving over 490,000 businesses and homes without power by midmorning on October 27. The storm wreaked havoc throughout Massachusetts’ hardest-hit areas, including Boston’s south shore, Cape Cod, and Cape Anne, CBS Boston reported. By noontime, the number of customers without electricity was 494,381. Several communities remain entirely without power, according to…

Coal Mines Making Comeback as Biden and Company Head to Climate Change Summit

Next week President Joe Biden and 13 members of his cabinet will fly to Glasgow, Scotland, to attend the United Nation’s climate summit where he and other world leaders will vie to make the greatest commitments to fight so-called climate change. The trip comes as domestic crises continue and the coal industry that Barack Obama…

Report: UN Official Will Press for Regulating Used Car Market to Advance Electric Vehicles

As the United Nations climate change summit nears, the priorities of globalists and environmental activists are being made public, including the effort to enforce what transportation people are allowed to sell and use. When world leaders gather in Glasgow they will be transported in electric vehicles as virtue signaling opposition to fossil fuel-powered vehicles, which…

Men Hit With $1.1 Million Fine For Hitting, Causing Leak In Pipeline While Target...

October 07, 2021 6:05 PM ET A federal judge ordered two Minnesota men Wednesday to pay $1.1 million in damages after their gunfire caused a leak in a diesel fuel pipeline, according to the Star Tribune.Eric Weckwerth-Pineda and Tanner Sik pled guilty to misdemeanor negligent discharge of a pollutant after the April 2019 rupture sent…

Pipeline Leak Off the Coast of Huntington Beach Dumps 126,000 Gallons of Oil into...

An oil pipeline leak off of the coast of Huntington Beach and Newport Beach in California has dumped 126,000 gallons of crude oil into the Pacific Ocean. The Coast Guard was alerted to the leakage around 9:15 a.m. on October 2, according to the LA Times.  Crews deploy skimmers and floating barriers known as booms…

Black Lab Beauty Rescues Duck Friends from Hungry Alligator

A brave black lab named Beauty saved her helpless duck friends from an alligator that was looking for its next meal. The ordeal occurred at Lake Powell on the western side of Panama City Beach, Florida, when beauty followed the three ducks, Cress, Downey, and Dot into the water WHJG reports. Owner Misti Roberts explained…

Kansas Boy Submits Bug at State Fair, Ignites Federal Investigation

A Kansas boy submitted a lanternfly in the State Fair, earning himself a blue ribbon and prompting a federal investigation. The lanternfly had not yet been spotted in Kansas when the student submitted his bug collection to H-4 judges. According to the Hutchinson News, an entomology judge quickly identified the insect as the extremely invasive lanternfly.…

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