CLIMATE PROTESTS COSTS $91 BILLION IN LOST ECONOMIC ACTIVITY

January 17th, 2019

 

THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Climate protests cost $91 billion in lost economic activity, chamber study finds

Keep it in the Ground activists target pipelines, fracking, terminals

    by Valerie Richardson  December 19, 2018

Climate activists fighting to derail pipelines and other energy projects have blocked $91.9 billion in U.S. economic activity and hundreds of thousands of jobs, according to a new report.

“Infrastructure Lost: Why America Cannot Afford to ‘Keep It In the Ground,’” released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute, quantified the cost of projects delayed or canceled as a result of environmental protests.

The report analyzed 15 targeted projects, including the hotly contested Keystone XL pipeline, Constitution Pipeline, and Oregon LNG terminal, as well as New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2014 fracking ban.

In addition to $91.9 billion in lost economic activity, the protests cost nearly 730,000 job opportunities and $20 billion in tax revenue to federal, state and local governments.

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VIDEO DON’T CRY FOR ME, ARGENTINA

January 15th, 2019

 

VIDEO 

Don’t cry for me Argentina, Cuba, Venezuela, America…….

 

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=33i_BAhuiE0

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RUSSIAN HACKERS AND OUR ELECTRICAL GRID

January 11th, 2019

 

This article was on the front page of the Wall Street Journal this morning.  While our country has been distracted with the shiny object of Russian Collusion by the Trump Administration, this is what the Russians have really  been doing for at least the last year.  It doesn’t matter whether you are a liberal, conservative, Democrat or a Republican, this should concern you.  Nancy
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

America’s Electric Grid Has a Vulnerable Back Door—and Russia Walked Through It

A Wall Street Journal reconstruction of the worst known hack into the nation’s power system reveals attacks on hundreds of small contractors

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ILLEGALS ARE CAUSING A HOMELESS CRISIS IN PORTLAND, MAINE

January 11th, 2019

 

President Trump should be giving specific examples like this that are caused by our porous southern border.    Nancy 

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HOW NO BORDER WALL CAUSED A HOMELESS CRISIS 2,500 MILES AWAY IN MAINE

Building a wall won’t just protect states that share a border with Mexico, but even states that share a border with Canada.

by Daniel Greenfield   January 10, 2019

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism.

When Americans think about border security, they usually imagine the floods of migrants crossing the border and showing up in Texas and Arizona. The illegal migrant crisis is at its worst in places like El Paso where gang members released by a broken immigration system swarm the streets. Limited border fencing had previously helped sharply cut crime rates in El Paso, but it doesn’t end in El Paso.

2,500 miles away, Portland, Maine is experiencing a crisis that redefines the nature of the problem and whom it impacts. Illegal border invaders aren’t just from this continent. Anyone who can fly into South America and make their way up to Mexico has a shot at crossing the border and invading America.

Portland shelters, 2,500 miles away, are overloaded by illegal migrants from sub-Saharan Africa who crossed the border and then kept right on going to one of the coldest, but most profitable parts of the country. Portland, like many areas in Maine, attracted migrants because of the generous social safety net that had been set up to help the local population deal with turbulent economic times.

Hundreds of African migrants who illegally crossed the border are now crowding Portland’s homeless shelters which are meant to protect local residents from the cold, but have instead been overrun by foreign migrants who have taken over the system and pushed the progressive city to the edge.

Portland, Maine, a city where the temperature this April had hit a balmy 28 degrees, is not a natural homeless hotspot. But refugee resettlement had diverted resources away from helping Maine’s poor, putting more people on the street, and the migrants began crowding into homeless shelters. Not only were Maine’s poor having trouble finding housing, but they were even being pushed out of homeless shelters by aggressive foreign migrants coming out of Africa through Mexico and Texas to Maine.

And so Maine, an unlikely place to host a homeless crisis, is in the throes of one anyway.

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VIDEO DIANNE FEINSTEIN 1993 & 1994 – STOP ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

January 11th, 2019

 

VIDEO 1993   DIANNE FEINSTEIN ON ILLEGAL INFORMATION

2:07 / 2:25

(D) Sen. Dianne Feinstein 1993 and 1994 Stop Illegal immigration

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WHEN YOUR DAUGHTER DEFIES BIOLOGY

January 9th, 2019

 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

When Your Daughter Defies Biology

The burden of mothers whose children suffer from ‘rapid onset gender dysphoria.’

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VIDEO BEST ARGUMENT FOR SUPPORTING A BORDER WALL

January 9th, 2019

VIDEO    WHY A WALL IS NECESSARY

(305) Build The Wall: The Best Argument You Will Ever Hear! – YouTube

 

 

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CALL YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS TO SUPPORT THE WALL

January 9th, 2019

 

If you feel strongly that our country needs a secure border and that the border wall should be funded and built, call your senators and representatives in congress and let them know.  You will be able to locate the contact information for your individual officials on the following link.   President Trump needs our support on this critical issue. Call tomorrow !  Please forward this information to your email lists.  Nancy
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VIDEOS TRIPLE AMPUTEE VET – FACEBOOK PULLED HIS FB PAGE

January 8th, 2019

 

 

Subject: TRIPLE AMPUTEE VET goes to Nancy P’s Office to collect HER $1

 

TRIPLE AMPUTEE…Brian seeking Nancy Pelosi…1st link;  2nd link is interview with Mike Huckabee…he is Highly decorated Vet.see his medals on his left chest!

He loves our country…has no legs and 1 arm…can’t run after his children for fun. And, Facebook PULLED HIS FB page…!

 

 

youtu.be/afNl7Ur-RRI

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ht5337bsx4I

 

 

 

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NORTH CAROLINA SHERIFFS, DEALING WITH CARTEL VIOLENCE AND DRUGS, CALL FOR CONGRESS TO FUND WALL

January 3rd, 2019

 

North Carolina Sheriffs, Dealing With Cartel Violence, Call for Congress to Fund Wall

January 1, 2019 Updated: January 2, 2019

More than 1,400 miles north of the southwest border, sheriffs are battling drug trafficking, overdoses, gang and cartel violence, and human trafficking.

“If something gets through the border, within a few days, two or three days, it’s across this country,” said Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page.

Sheriffs in North Carolina are calling on Congress to approve funding for a border wall and better border security.

North Carolina has become a major hub for the transport and distribution of wholesale cocaine and other drugs throughout the northeastern corridor, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

Page said he does what he can to support the sheriffs situated in counties along the southwest border.

“If we can support them, it prevents a lot of those drugs from coming in and getting into our communities here in the interior United States,” Page said.

“If we fail to secure our borders, every sheriff in America will become a border sheriff.”

Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson said his county has huge problems with the Sinaloa cartel and its drug trafficking operations.

Alamance is right on the intersection of two major interstates, I-40 and I-95, and nearby city Greensboro has become the drug trafficking hub for the southeastern United States, Johnson said.

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