Uncle Joe knows best!
Amazon Prime Stops Streaming Clarence Thomas Documentary During Black History Month
Amazon has made a significant effort to celebrate black voices on its site during Black History Month, including films of Thurgood Marshall and even Anita Hill, but can’t find any space for a documentary on our only sitting black Supreme Court justice?
I don’t know who needs to hear this but…
The cliche’ about not being able to run a lemonade stand is getting a little old. 🍋
The auditor general has released a searing report concluding Indigenous Services Canada failed in numerous ways to supply First Nations communities with potable water over the last five years.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government was never on track to meet his campaign promise to end all long-term on-reserve drinking water advisories by March 2021, the audit found.
Since the Liberals’ 2015 commitment, there were 160 long-term water advisories on public water systems on reserve.
To be fair they were very busy not doing other things.
Did Syria question the election results?
Bombs are falling on Syria again, the kids are still in the cages, the $2,000 checks are AWOL.
But hey, at least Mr. Potato Head is now gender neutral!
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) February 26, 2021
For Democrats, their top issues are (essentially) hallucinations generated by media disinformation. This is your answer to "How powerful is media brainwashing?" It's this powerful. https://t.co/Idjg42vTjW
— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) February 25, 2021
There’s zero overlap between the responses from Dems and Reps. This indicates they weren’t offered the same items to choose from but each got an ideologically-framed plate of items. Put differently, we see which topics are triggering and persuasive, not necessarily which matter.
How to win friends and influence people the Canadian dairy edition.
Dear dairy farmers,
I've received threats from some dairy farmers, for over 20 years, But this is 2021, enough. I've received one last night, again, and decided to report it. Personal attacks and character assassination are also unacceptable.
— The Food Professor (@FoodProfessor) February 25, 2021
They’re pretty touchy about a feed supplement they claim they hardly use. 🤔
The elderly nuns at a Kentucky monastery closed to the outside world to keep #Covid at bay. For 10 months they succeeded. Then they opened up to be vaccinated.
Now they’re dying.
“This is actually way more common than you might think,” the county public health director said. pic.twitter.com/NevO0OZgUJ
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) February 24, 2021
The business model switched from a free exchange of ideas to a protection racket so fast we never even noticed.
It took only two years to go from disappearing Milo and Alex Jones to banning content said to "amplify narratives that undermine faith in NATO."
Imagine where the line will be two years from now.
Censorship is an intoxicating power that endlessly expands until it's smashed. https://t.co/ShrHhTqxGY
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) February 24, 2021
And lets not forget the legacy media’s role in terrorizing the general public either.
Nice University you have there. Be a shame if something happened to it.
Was saddened to learn today one dairy farmer called our President's Office, shared his plan to ask his association to cease all research funding going to Dalhousie University, again. For almost 25 years, always the same thing.
— The Food Professor (@FoodProfessor) February 23, 2021
Check out the comments on the above link as well.
You know its bad when the rest of the world is talking about it.
Here is a great example of why I love long form conversations. From UFO’s, to Big Tech, to cancel culture and a whole lot more. 👍
Audio only version here.
McDonald’s will factor diversity goals into executive bonus payouts starting in 2021
Of course they will.
Because there’s nothing as wholesome and pure as clear cutting rainforests and wiping out endangered species to save a couple of bucks when you’re already guaranteed a healthy profit margin.
We pay an arm and a leg for dairy products thanks to a government legislated monopoly in Canada, In return for mediocre products and no choice.
And surprise, surprise the quality of butter is dropping.
For months now, thousands of Canadians have complained on social media that butter is harder than it used to be and that it doesn’t get softer at room temperature.
Now we find they’re being cheap with what they feed their cows and making up the difference with palm oil. Otherwise known as orangutan juice.
To put it simply palm oil can increase the proportion of saturated fat in milk, thus raising the melting point of butter. A review by Dairy Research and Extension Consortium of Alberta found that butter made from cows fed palm oil remains difficult to spread at room temperature.
But the government’s making sure its safe right?
Little research has been conducted on how feeding palmitic acids to dairy cows could compromise the health of both animals and humans.
So what exactly are we paying for?
The use of palm oil breaches the moral contract the dairy industry has with Canadians. Unlike the situation in other countries, milk is essentially a public good in Canada. Not only do dairy farmers have exclusive government-sanctioned quotas, which make it a privilege for the few to produce milk, but Canadian taxpayers have given $1.75-billion to the industry as compensation for increased global access to our markets under new trad deals such as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, also known as the new NAFTA.
Not to mention the huge subsidy they get directly from consumers at the grocery store.
The Food Professor has lots to say.