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How Will Climate Alarmists Explain US Having Fewest ‘Violent’ Tornadoes Ever in 2018?

In August, The New York Times — “All the News That’s Fit to Print” — reported that “Tornadoes on the East Coast May Be a Sign of Things to Come.” And why, you may ask? Well, you probably needn’t have asked.

“A tornado, albeit a weak one, touched down in New York City last Thursday, in the College Point neighborhood of Queens,” the story read. “A few days earlier, a stronger tornado was spotted near the town of Douglas, in central Massachusetts. And a few days later a whirlwind ripped through nearby Webster, displacing dozens of people from their damaged homes.

“The storms were far from the region in the middle of the country known as Tornado Alley, where the bulk of the nation’s tornadoes occur. In a summer already marked by simmering heat that researchers have linked to global warming, is climate change also making tornadoes more common in places where they once were infrequent?”

It wasn’t until four paragraphs down that a professor of earth system science at Stanford University was quoted as saying that twisters “are the kind of extreme event where we have the least confidence in our ability to attribute the odds or characteristics of individual events to an influence of global warming.”

That didn’t stop The Times’ Kendra Pierre-Lewis from saying scientists “can simulate the broader, changing climate to see how it will affect the underlying conditions that create thunderstorms, which set the stage for tornadoes.”

“We do have strong evidence that at the large scale that global warming is likely to increase the atmospheric environments that create the kind of severe thunderstorm that produces tornadoes,” the Stanford scientist, Noah Diffenbaugh, said.

So, how is that working out for us? Well, unless something happens in the three days left this calendar year, we’re set for a major record.

“We’re now days away from this becoming the first year in the modern record with no violent tornadoes touching down in the United States,” The Washington Post’s Ian Livingston reported. “Violent tornadoes are the strongest on a 0 to 5 scale, or those ranked EF4 or EF5.

“It was a quiet year for tornadoes overall, with below normal numbers most months. Unless you’re a storm chaser, this is not bad news. The low tornado count is undoubtedly a big part of...

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 Now when it comes to the doors of our nation, we know that terrorists, drugs, and gang members are entering illegally through Mexico

Washington, D.C. – Yesterday at 4:00 PM ET, Congress reconvened and, while not on the official schedule, the focus is on resolving the current government shutdown. Liberty Counsel Action is supporting the $5 billion dollars requested by President Trump to build a wall on the Mexican border because of the increased safety and long-term financial savings this will provide to Americans.

Priceless value placed on the safety of Americans

If this wall stopped only 50 percent of those expected to enter the U.S. illegally over the next 10 years, it would save taxpayers nearly $64 billion, according to the Center for Immigration Studies. This savings is several times the estimated cost to build the wall. On the southern border of Israel, a double wall has effectively stopped nearly 100 percent of Hamas terrorists, according to Daniel Horowitz. This would cut the time in half for taxpayers to see a return on their investment.

These numbers do not account for the priceless value placed on the safety of Americans like Grant Ronnebeck, a 21-year-old who was shot and killed by an illegal immigrant over a pack of cigarettes. In addition, the U.S. Government Accountability Office averages that illegal aliens account for nine kidnappings, 15 murders, 43 sex offenses, 71 burglaries, and 131 assaults every day, according to the American Thinker. While the data is hard to combine, it reported that the rate of murders committed by illegal aliens is “about 10 times that of U.S. citizens.”

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10 Offbeat Stories You Might Have Missed This Week (12/29/18)

The end is nigh. As the year comes to a close, it is time to take one last look at some of the quirkier stories that made the headlines. You can click here to catch up on some of the most significant and shocking developments of 2018.

Most of the festive stories will be found in the uplifting list, although we do talk about Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Robber. There is another Christmas-y crime tale as we explore an Arctic bank robbery. There are also a lizard which breathes underwater, a space hippo, bright blue lights above New York City, and a new prime number.

10Rudolph Makes The Naughty List

Someone is trying to besmirch the good name of Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer. While the real one was out helping Santa Claus deliver gifts to all the good boys and girls, someone wearing a Rudolph mask robbed a business in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Police have security footage of a woman who burgled a company disguisedas the iconic reindeer. Alas, she was not wearing the full costume, just an oversized Rudolph head. It didn’t seem to be the most sensible choice of concealment, though, because at one point, she takes off the mask and looks into an overhead security camera.[1]

Now that police know what the burglar looks like, they made a public appeal on Facebook with a festive twist: “Oh how the camera caught her/As she committed burglary/Rudolph the Red Nosed Criminal/We need your help with her I.D.”

9A Fortuitous Film

Scientists have filmed a lizard breathing underwater for the first time.

The serendipitous phenomenon was caught on camera by chance while filmmakers were in Costa Rica shooting an animal program for the Smithsonian Channel. They filmed a small female lizard called a river anole sitting underwater for almost ten minutes.

At first, they didn’t realize they’d captured something truly special. They simply thought the lizard was holding its breath, as anoles can stay submerged for up to 15 minutes at a time. However, when they got the opportunity to inspect the footage more carefully, they noticed a tiny bubble of air contracting and expanding on the lizard’s head.[2]

This ability was previously unheard-of in lizards. They shouldn’t be confused with salamanders, which might look similar but are actually amphibians. Now, the footage will be reviewed by biologists and other nature experts, and the results will be published in a peer-reviewed journal. At the moment, researchers believe the lizard’s ability is akin to deep-sea divers who recycle their oxygen supply.

8The Coldest Case Of The Year

For the first time ever, a man committed a bank robbery in one of the northernmost settlements in the world.

Svalbard is a Norwegian archipelago located roughly halfway between mainland Norway and the North Pole, mainly known for having more polar bears than people. The largest city and the administrative center in the region is Longyearbyen, a settlement with about 2,100 residents. It is one of those remote regions where everybody knows everybody, and there’s only one small airport that flies people off the archipelago. In other words, it is not an ideal choice for a criminal looking to make a quick getaway.

Last week, a man robbed a bank in Longyearbyen but was apprehended minutes later in the town center.[3] He was detained and later sent to the town of Tromso in mainland Norway. Police haven’t given any details regarding the crime or the perpetrator, other than saying that he was a foreigner and was armed with a gun.

7Prime For Discovery

There is a new largest-known prime number, and it is almost 25 million digits long.

Just as a quick refresher for those who aren’t mathematically inclined, a prime number is a natural number which can only be divided by two whole numbers: itself and 1. A Mersenne prime number (named after a 16th-century French monk) is a number which is one less than a power of two (2n – 1).

In the mathematics world, there are people who become quite obsessed with the ongoing search for ever larger prime numbers. There is even a volunteer project called the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS), in which people download special software and let it run on their computers to seek new numbers.

GIMPS started in 1996 and has since uncovered 17 Marsenne primes, and 15 of them were the largest-known prime numbers at the time of their discovery. The latest find came courtesy of Patrick Laroche from Ocala, Florida. He made the discovery on December 7, and it took mathematicians a few weeks to verify. The number is 24,862,048 digits long and has beaten the previous record-holder by a whopping 1.5 million digits.[4]

6That Doesn’t Go In There

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission revealed the latest data from its National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS). It is a database which monitors roughly 100 American hospitals with emergency departments for injuries related to specific products. It includes statistics for people who required medical assistance to remove objects that got stuck inside them. In other words, it is time to find out what things people have been shoving into places they shouldn’t have this year.

The list is quite extensive, so we will take a look at some highlights.[5] People put a lot of weird stuff in their....

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The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #485

You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

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Being Vegan Makes You Mentally Disabled, Warns Top Danish Doctor

“Such a diet may involve developing different brain symptoms."

The chief physician at a leading hospital in Denmark has warned that being vegan can cause mental disabilities and other disorders.

Dr. Allan Lund of Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen highlighted the risks of a vegan lifestyle for young people in an ​appearance last week on Danish TV.

“Such a diet may involve developing different brain symptoms, with muscle weakness, poor contact, and epilepsy,” he told TV4. "And in the long term mental retardation."

According to Lund, his hospital has recently treated a number of vegan kids with such problems.

The news program aired amid a national debate in Denmark over the growing phenomenon of parents putting their children on a plant-based diet.

Lunds' medical opinion will likely come as no surprise to some Americans. Last week, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, an animal rights group that advocates veganism, tweeted out a chart of common sayings that it deemed "anti-animal" and so forbidden.

Amid widespread mockery of the PETA's intellect, it followed-up by explicitly comparing animal rights to those of African-Americans and gays, effectively one-upping its attempt days earlier to co-opt feminism.

The United States also has its fair share of progressive ​parenting ​trends ― from ​empowering children to pick their ​gender to ​teaching them social media values ― that may or may not be good for American youth.

To be fair: Research suggests that Americans' animal-products-heavy diet is less than ideal for their health or the environment. Plus, there are the moral arguments that eating animals is wrong.

However, even most liberals ― who by the way, tend to ​look to Denmark as an example ― continue to acknowledge the ​virtues of meat and to reject...

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California Police Officer Murdered In Cold Blood By Illegal Alien...

It was sad news the day after Christmas when I saw one particular photo making the rounds on social media. It was a picture of Corporal Ronil Singh with his wife, their young son, and his K-9 partner. The caption read that the photo was taken just hours before Singh was gunned down.

As the son of a police officer, I grew up knowing that was something that might happen. At least, on an intellectual level, I did. However, I don’t think I was remotely prepared for the reality.

Imagine my anger at learning Cpl. Singh was shot by a man who isn’t even supposed to be in this country?

The suspect sought in connection with the murder of a California cop earlier this week is in the U.S. illegally, authorities revealed on Thursday.

The unidentified man alleged to be behind the slaying of Newman police Cpl. Ronil Singh, 33, “is considered armed and dangerous,” Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson said during a news conference on Thursday afternoon, vowing that the manhunt would “relentlessly continue.”

“This suspect … is in our country illegally. He doesn’t belong here. He is a criminal. We will find him, we will arrest him, we will bring him to justice,” Christianson said.

While California has opened its doors to illegal immigrants while slamming them on law-abiding gun owners, they’ve created a state where they are endorsing criminal behavior.

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CNN’s scolding of troops whose MAGA hats were signed by POTUS is legally, factually wrong

If you ever needed a solid example of how POTUS Donald Trump can never win the support of the “mainstream” media no matter what he does (or doesn’t do), this is it.

Earlier this week, the establishment media criticized the president for failing to visit U.S. troops serving abroad over the Christmas holiday.

No sooner than those reports began to appear that they had to be walked back because, as it turned out, POTUS and first lady Melania Trump both visited with American troops in Germany and Iraq.

Then the mainstream media had to change tactics. Since the order of the day is all Trump bashing, all the time, CNN decided to criticize the president for his visit.

And American troops themselves, just for good measure.

At one point, POTUS was seen signing “Make America Great Again” caps that some of the troops had with them. The sound you hear are liberal media heads exploding.

The brainacs over at CNN rushed to proclaim such activity a violation of laws governing the political activities of military personnel.

CNN analyst and former member of the Obama administration John Kirby warned that having a Trump campaign hat is a violation of military guidelines.

“It is, in fact, a campaign slogan, that is a campaign item, and it is completely inappropriate for the troops to do this,” Kirby said.

“It’s just not appropriate in front of a military audience,” added retired Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling on CNN Thursday morning.

Really? Let’s go to the regulations.

CNN cited Department of Defense guidelines, which state: “Active duty personnel may not engage in partisan political activities and all military personnel should avoid the inference that their political activities imply or appear to imply DoD sponsorship, approval, or endorsement of a political candidate, campaign, or cause.”

Well, that’s it then, right? Not exactly.

The network left this part out: “Active duty members may, however, express their personal opinions on political candidates and issues, make monetary contributions to a political campaign or organization, and attend political events as...

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Giuliani calls for Mueller to be investigated for destruction of FBI evidence

Rudy Giuliani has an unmistakable New Year’s message for special counsel Robert Mueller: It is time for the chief investigator in the Russia case to be investigated in 2019.

In wide-ranging interviews with Hill.TV’s Buck Sexton and me on Wednesday and Thursday, President Trump’s defense lawyer pointedly accused Mueller’s office of destroying evidence by allowing text messages from now-fired FBI official Peter Strzok and his FBI lover, Lisa Page, to be erased in the Russia probe.

“Mueller should be investigated for destruction of evidence for allowing those text messages from Strzok to be erased, messages that would show the state of mind and tactics of his lead anti-Trump FBI agent at the start of his probe,” Giuliani said.

The Justice Department inspector general (IG) reported this month that it found large gaps in the preservation of official government text messages between Strzok and Page, the two top FBI agents who helped to start the Russia probe in 2016, who were having an affair at the time, and who expressed disdain for Trump.

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Brit Hume slaps down Soledad O'Brien over failed attempt to dunk on Trump — and she's very upset about it

Former CNN host Soledad O'Brien lashed out at Fox News' Brit Hume after he mocked her for a failed attempt to criticize President Donald Trump for not visiting the troops right before it was revealed he had done so.

The online interaction happened after the media criticized the president for failing to visit U.S. troops during Christmas - a day later it was revealed that he had indeed done so.

Hume was responding to a tweet from Hollywood actress Alyssa Milano criticizing the president by claiming, "Trump becomes first president since 2002 not to visit troops at Christmastime."

"By the time this was posted," Hume responded, "the President and Mrs. Trump were in Iraq with the troops."

O'Brien replied, "Shaming him seems to work," implying that the president had visited the troops after facing online criticism like the tweet from Milano.

"Genius take..."

Hume mocked the suggestion in a second tweet.

"Yes, Ma'am," Hume agreed jokingly. "Trump read this tweet when it was posted and time-traveled himself back to yesterday and flew to Iraq."

"Genius take," he added.

O'Brien lashed out at Hume in another response attempting to salvage her snarky criticism.

"Sorry—let me spell it out more slowly so you can understand me: the President (according to cnn's Barabar [sic] Starr) prepped for this trip several weeks ago," O'Brien tweeted.
"The shaming seems to have worked," she added. "I hope...