WHAT’S GOING ON HERE? Paul Pelosi’s Attacker Has Already Been Tried and Sentenced – Meanwhile, the Man Who Wanted to Kill Justice Kavanaugh Hasn’t Even Gone to Trial

by Mike LaChance at thegatewaypundit.com What is going on with our justice system? David DePape, the man who attacked Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul has already faced a trial, was convicted, and sentenced to 30 years in jail. His crime took place in October of 2022. Meanwhile, Nicholas Roske, who showed up at the home of […]

The Inconvenient Truth About Copper: Implications for U.S. Electrification Goals

by Charles Rotter at wattsupwiththat.com In the relentless pursuit of a greener future, copper stands as a critical element, central to the envisioned transition to renewable energy and electrification. However, recent insights bring to light a formidable obstacle: the rate of copper extraction is insufficient to meet the ambitious targets set by current U.S. policies. […]

EU Rushes to Send Condolences to Iran After ‘Butcher of Tehran’ President Raisi Killed in Helicopter Crash

by OLIVER JJ LANE at breitbart.com While the Islamic world expressed their condolences for the death of the Iranian President called by critics the “butcher of Tehran”, the European Union stood out among the democratic West by joining in. Several political leaders of Iran were killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday, apparently as their […]

The Dakota Access Pipeline

via americanindian.si.edu The controversial construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) gained national and international attention when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers accepted an application filed by Energy Transfer Partners, a Texas-based developer behind the project. The position of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is that the Dakota Access Pipeline violates Article II of the Fort […]

The 2024 elections may feel far off, but in Colorado’s most contested House districts, they’re already looming

by Caitlyn Kim at cpr.org The next federal election is more than 20 months away, but behind the scenes, political forces are already gearing up for Colorado to be back in the national spotlight.  The state’s two marquee races in 2024 will be Republican Lauren Boebert in congressional district 3 and Democrat Yadira Caraveo in […]

What must China do to avoid a Japan-type recession? Economist Richard Koo adds up why ‘the Chinese situation is far more serious’

by Frank Chen at scmp.comWith China’s never-before-seen levels of economic upheaval, Koo warns ‘the consequences could be dire’ if a so-called balance-sheet recession takes hold Koo’s theories influenced Western policy after the global financial crisis, and now he has strong advice for Chinese policymakers and disillusioned young people Richard Koo, chief economist at the Nomura […]