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    Today, 01:43 AM
    Utah is getting ready to implement the strictest blood-alcohol driving limits in the country. The law, which was passed in March 2017 by Gov. Gary Herbert, will define driving under the influence as having a “blood or breath alcohol concentration of .05 grams or greater,” making it lower than the nation’s standard of .08. Under the new law, which will go into effect Dec. 30, a person will also be charged with “automobile homicide” if they kill another person while operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of .05 or higher -- considered a third-degree felony. By lowering the BAC limit, Utah becomes the first and only state to take action on the National Transportation Safety Board’s recommendations to lower BAC limits to .05. In the report, NTSB stated that “more than 100 countries have already established per se BAC limits at or below 0.05.” More at: https://www.yahoo.com/gma/utah-set-drop-blood-alcohol-limit-05-making-200004987--abc-news-topstories.html
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    Yesterday, 10:57 PM
    Nations on Sunday struck a deal to breathe life into the landmark 2015 Paris climate treaty after marathon UN talks that failed to match the ambition the world's most vulnerable countries need to avert dangerous global warming.Delegates from nearly 200 states finalised a common rule book designed to deliver the Paris goals of limiting global temperature rises to well below two degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit). "Putting together the Paris agreement work programme is a big responsibility," said COP24 president Michal Kurtyka as he gavelled through the deal after talks in Poland that ran deep into overtime. "It has been a long road. We did our best to leave no one behind." More at: https://news.yahoo.com/nations-agree-rulebook-paris-climate-treaty-211821146.html Isn't it a good thing Trump pulled out?
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    Yesterday, 10:50 PM
    Turkey will keep striking Kurdish PKK fighters in northern Iraq, the foreign ministry said on Saturday, a day after Baghdad formally complained that repeated Turkish air strikes violated its sovereignty and endangered civilians.The Turkish military said on Friday it killed eight Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants, prompting Iraqi authorities to summon the Turkish ambassador in Baghdad. Turkey regularly hits PKK bases across its southern border, saying the militants use the remote and mountainous northern Iraqi region as a base for deadly attacks inside Turkey, where the outlawed group has waged an insurgency since the 1980s. "The activities of the PKK terrorist organization in the territory of Iraq and Syria have become a national security issue for Turkey," Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said. He said the government in Baghdad had a duty to prevent Iraqi land being used as a base for attacks on neighbors, and described Friday's air strikes as an act of self-defense which Turkey carried out because Iraq would not act. "These operations in the fight against terrorism will continue as long as terror organizations nest on Iraqi soil and as long as Turkey’s security needs require it to," Aksoy said. More at: https://news.yahoo.com/turkey-keep-attacking-pkk-iraq-foreign-ministry-says-085810596.html
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    Yesterday, 09:28 PM
    In the heart of an impoverished village in southern China, a life-sized statue of Mao Zedong sits on a platform adorned with intricate stonework, flanked by a diorama of Red Army soldiers and traditional brick-and-tile homes with curved roofs.Officials have spent a small fortune on the project that has transformed the village of Shazhou, in Hunan province, into an open-air museum dedicated to the Chinese Communist Party. But few tourists have come to peer at the inscription at the foot of Mao's statue, or take selfies in front of the heroes of the revolution. The "red tourism" project was the brainchild of the former Communist Party chief of the local county, Rucheng, and cost 300 million yuan ($44 million). But it has yet to produce a profit, just like the string of public gardens, town squares and office buildings that the county has built in recent years. Now the clock is ticking as Rucheng, among China's poorest counties, and with a population of just 420,400 people, is under pressure to resolve $1 billion in debt, following a decade of credit-fuelled vanity projects, three local officials told Reuters. They requested anonymity due to the sensitivity of the matter. To raise funds and conserve cash, Rucheng - which doesn't have a train station or an airport - has been slashing public investment in infrastructure projects and increasing government land sales to generate revenue, the officials said. Rucheng is not alone - hundreds of other indebted counties in China are in the same boat. In a recent financial stability report, the central bank said that much of China's hidden debt risk is held at lower-tier levels, meaning prefectures and counties like Rucheng. As China prepares this month to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the economic reforms that transformed it into the world's second-largest economy, fears over local government debt are growing. China's local governments had 18.4 trillion yuan of outstanding debt at the end of October, and were estimated by S&P Global Ratings to have up to 40 trillion yuan in off-budget borrowing. Of particular concern to the authorities as they tackle risks in the financial system are those governments with tiny revenue streams relative to their debt. Their over-reliance on income from land sales is also driving asset bubbles in China. Rucheng's free-spending ways came onto Beijing's radar this year when visiting anti-corruption inspectors were shocked by the contrast between the county's newly built but deserted municipal district and cramped older areas where residents drink polluted water from aging pipes. When the inspectors were in town, numerous anonymous complaints arrived in the mail.
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    Yesterday, 09:11 PM
    It will happen here eventually if we don't turn things around, then the war will break out between the people who have been pushed to the point of protest by the inability to make ends meet and the welfare trash/limousine liberals who still believe in the fantasy.
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    Yesterday, 09:08 PM
    Inflation, which means that anyone who holds cash will lose its value at an alarming rate and the UBI rate will need to constantly go up to compensate for the inflation and hard asset holders will not want to sell to anyone without charging a price that attempts to compensate for the amount of inflation that will happen before they can purchase another hard asset, then asset redistribution will be added to the left's agenda and civilization will collapse.
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    Yesterday, 07:27 PM
    Grupo Aeromexico, an airline holding company, headquartered in Mexico City that owns and operates Aeromexico, is investigating a possible drone strike that severely damaged one of its Boeing 737 jetliners as the aircraft approached its final destination in Tijuana, Mexico, reported Bloomberg. Several social media reports and local Mexican news media confirmed by Grupo Aeromexico that Flight 773 from Guadalajara was in final approach (also called the final leg and final approach leg) to the airport when the crew heard a “very strong blow” to the aircraft. The pilots were able to land without further incident, as no passengers were injured. Desde Tijuana nos hacen llegar estas imágenes del Radomo de un B737 de Aeromexico en Tijuana. Nuestra fuente indica que se trató de un impacto a un dron en la aproximación final. pic.twitter.com/YJhKVGKY4W — FsMex.com (@FsMexcom) December 12, 2018 2018-12-12 Aeromexico B737-800 (XA-ADV) sustained damage to its radome on approach to runway 09 at Tijuana-Intl AP (MMTJ), Mexico. Flight #AM770 from Guadalajara landed safely. Unconfirmed reports indicate the aircraft may have hit a drone. https://t.co/L7aG5OlLDp pic.twitter.com/g0Mfpw1po3 — JACDEC (@JacdecNew) December 13, 2018 Local reports suggested that it was a drone that caused the terrifying impact and have provided numerous pictures of the badly damaged nosecone and radome of the aircraft. Avión de Aeroméxico choca con dron en #Tijuana https://t.co/5ffb6yCDCy pic.twitter.com/KyB9eyZncw — Milenio.com (@Milenio) December 13, 2018 “The exact cause is still being investigated,” Aeromexico said in a statement. “The aircraft landed normally and the passengers’ safety was never compromised.”
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    Yesterday, 07:23 PM
    Qatar’s ruler said negotiations to end the feud with its neighbors can only begin after the Saudi-led group ends the embargo on the gas-rich country.“Our position on the solution hasn’t changed,” Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani said at a conference in Doha on Saturday. “The blockade should be lifted and the dispute resolved with dialogue based on mutual respect and non-intervention in the internal affairs of states.” More at: https://news.yahoo.com/qatar-ruler-says-talks-saudi-074428045.html
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    Yesterday, 07:21 PM
    The resumption of soybean sales to China this week is encouraging to American farmers who have seen the value of their crop plummet amid a trade war with the world's second-largest economy, but producers see it only as a small step and say they need more federal aid.Private exporters reported sales of 1.13 million metric tons of soybeans to China on Thursday and another 300,000 metric tons on Friday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said. The Thursday report was the ninth-largest daily sale since 1977, according to the agency's Foreign Agriculture Service, and it comes less than two weeks after the Trump administration reached a three-month truce in its trade war with China during which the two sides will try to work out their differences. January soybean futures in early Friday trading on the Chicago Board of Trade gained 40 cents to about $9.06 a bushel. That's down from almost $15 a bushel four years ago and nearly $10 a bushel 18 months ago. More at: https://news.yahoo.com/farmers-buoyed-cautious-china-resumes-buying-soybeans-183715650.html
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    Yesterday, 07:14 PM
    A Republican incumbent dropped his request for a recount Friday in the first congressional race in U.S. history held under a system by which voters rank candidates in order of preference.The announcement by Rep. Bruce Poliquin came a day after a federal judge tossed out his challenge of the candidate-ranking system. Poliquin lost his re-election bid to Democratic State Rep. Jared Golden in November. He requested the recount, which had been taking place in Augusta. But on Friday, Poliquin tweeted that he believes it's important to end the recount, in part because of the coming holidays. He also said he's still evaluating the possibility of appealing the judge's decision on the constitutionality of the candidate-ranking system. Poliquin said there are still "unanswered questions" on the use of the new method, which is often called ranked-choice voting . "Maine people continue to write and approach me with grave concerns over rank voting," he tweeted. "I understand their concerns, and the need for our elections to be transparent and fair." More at: https://news.yahoo.com/republican-drops-recount-request-maine-congressional-race-170258714--election.html
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    Yesterday, 07:10 PM
    The European Union's foreign policy chief on Saturday asked Turkey to forgo any unilateral military action in Syria, where Ankara has threatened a fresh offensive against a US-backed Kurdish militia."The statements of a possible Turkish military operation in northeast Syria are a source of concern," Federica Mogherini said in a statement. "We share the goal of ending violence, defeating terrorism and promoting stability in Syria and the wider region. We expect the Turkish authorities therefore to refrain from any unilateral action likely to undermine the efforts of the Counter-Daesh Coalition or to risk further instability in Syria," she said, using the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State group. Mogherini, calling Turkey "a critically important actor in this crisis and in the region", said that "as the fight against Daesh is entering its final stages, all parties must work towards the goal of ensuring its upcoming defeat". More at: https://news.yahoo.com/eu-urges-turkey-refrain-unilateral-syria-move-174349316.html
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    Yesterday, 07:08 PM
    Swordsmyth replied to a thread Mexico. in World News & Affairs
    Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced a $5.7-billion, two-year plan Friday to revamp the country's health care system for the poor. He also said the country should consider a program for euthanasia, or voluntary assisted dying, which is currently not allowed."Why don't we implement some program for dignified death? Why not, assisted?" said Lopez Obrador. "These are very important questions we have to resolve among all of us." The plan aims to improve hospitalization services and ensure supplies of medications for poor Mexicans not covered by one of the two main federal health insurance programs. Mexico already has one system for private-sector workers whose employers contribute health insurance payments, and another system for government employees. Farmers, the self-employed and street vendors fall outside those plans. "More than half the population has no health insurance," Lopez Obrador said. "So this program is for them. It is for everybody, but the emphasis is to care for those with no insurance, the poorest people." At present they are treated at a patchwork of state and local clinics, which often don't have the level of care or medications they need. But under the new plan they would be eligible for emergency treatment at hospitals in the two other, better-funded systems. Lopez Obrador pledged to improve funding and staffing at the federal facilities. Lopez Obrador also said the federal government would take responsibility for treating everyone in eight states in the impoverished southeast, the first to join the plan. Mexico's other 24 states would be added eight at a time, so all would be covered within two years. Lopez Obrador put special emphasis on providing medications; while Mexicans can often get diagnosis, the medicines they need often simply aren't available at hospitals and clinics. Patients are often forced to buy medications at private pharmacies with their own funds, and there have been many instances of fraud and corruption in the bidding to supply medications the government does buy.
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    Yesterday, 07:06 PM
    The U.S. Trade Representative's office on Friday officially changed the scheduled date of a tariff rate increase on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 12:01 a.m. EST (0501 GMT) on March 2, 2019 as the United States and China pursue talks on trade and intellectual property.The change was made in a Federal Register filing from a previously scheduled effective date of Jan. 1, 2019 for the increase to 25 percent from 10 percent. More at: https://news.yahoo.com/u-sets-march-2-date-china-tariff-increases-231521588--finance.html
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    Yesterday, 06:51 PM
    Protesters from the "yellow vest" movement hit the streets in France for the fifth straight Saturday, but the number of demonstrators was significantly smaller than in previous weekends. There were 33,500 protesters in France -- and 2,200 in Paris -- as of Saturday afternoon, a spokesperson for the Interior minister told ABC News. At the same time last Saturday, they were 77,000 total across the whole country and 10,000 in its capital. More at: https://www.yahoo.com/gma/yellow-vest-protests-france-draw-fewer-demonstrators-less-200503647--abc-news-topstories.html
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    Yesterday, 06:34 PM
    Ukrainian Orthodox leaders on Dec. 15 approved the creation of a unified national church independent of the Moscow Patriarchate, AP reported. They chose Metropolitan Epiphanius, a 39-year-old bishop from the Kiev Patriarchate, to lead the new Ukrainian Orthodox Church. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/ukraine-orthodox-leaders-form-unified-church-independent-moscow
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    Yesterday, 06:18 PM
    Democratic California Gov. Jerry Brown criticized his own party this week as the party of “yes,” arguing that his state needs a stronger Republican Party to rein in Democrats from moving too far to the left. “You need someone to disagree, to criticize, to offer an alternative, and that’s what the two parties can do,” the outgoing governor told NPR in a Tuesday interview. “The next four years, it’s going to become even more difficult, because the weakness of the Republican Party has let the Democratic Party, I think, get further out than I think the majority of people want.” More at: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/dec/14/jerry-brown-dem-governor-says-democrats-moving-too/
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    Yesterday, 06:17 PM
    He wasn't kind to them. I despise him but he is anti-UN.
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    Yesterday, 06:14 PM
    Germany’s parliament has voted to recognise a third gender for government documents, meaning that citizens can now be recognised in the European country as male, female, or diverse. The change in law came late Thursday night and follows a 2017 court ruling which required the German government to either allow a third gender or to scrap gender classification altogether. Germany is the first country in Europe, therefore, to allow parents to declare their children as ‘divers’ (diverse) from birth. The 2017 court case which brought the change was heard at the Karlsruhe constitutional court and concerned a complainant who had been proven to have no chromosomal sex from birth but was nevertheless registered female. The court ruled a refusal to allow the individual to have their gender changed to a third gender was discriminatory and unconstitutional. This was followed by the government cabinet agreeing in November 2018 that the new term to adopt would be divers, rather than other mooted alternatives such as inter or various. Deutsche Welle reported at the time that intersex births — where the child has an X chromosome but not XX or XY, results in approximately one in 2,000 births. For those wishing to change their government documents to divers in later life, the new law requires them to be verified by a doctor, a requirement which lobby groups have said is contrary to the court ruling and should be dropped by the government. Germany’s Lesbian and Gay Association has objected on the grounds that the new law recognises gender as being purely biological, and they argue it should also take account of “social and psychological factors”, reports Zeit.
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    Yesterday, 06:11 PM
    Yes, but I haven't heard of any resistance to global government from a Demoncrat official in my entire life, at least a few Swampublicans like Bolton are against the UN in spite of their many other psychoses.
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    Yesterday, 06:06 PM
    Chicago’s outgoing Democrat mayor, Rahm Emanuel, says the way to defuse the Windy City’s pension bomb is to legalize and tax marijuana and build a city-owned casino. Launching full force into growing vice in his city, Emanuel said that past politicians failed by making airy budgeting promises that were never fulfilled, Fox News reported. “Simply put, leaders in the past made commitments without the resources to back them up. And now, inevitably, the bill has come due,” Emanuel said during a press conference at City Hall. Calling the situation a “flashing yellow light of uncertainty,” the lame-duck mayor patted himself on the back for addressing the pension crisis, even though no movement has really occurred to fix the fund that has a $28 billion shortfall. His self-congratulatory claims of past efforts aside, Emanuel said that the best fix would be banking on vice. Emanuel suggested that legal pot sales with its ensuing taxes and a casino would go a long way to offering a permanent fix to the crisis. He also called for modification of the Illinois state Constitution to eliminate the mandated compounded cost of living adjustment (COLA) for retired city workers, a policy that Emanuel said is an unsustainable benefit. “If inflation is zero, and you’re getting 3 percent compounded annually, it is not a COLA,” Emanuel added. “If it looks like a pay raise or forms like a pay raise and results in a pay raise, it’s a pay raise.” Incoming Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker has signaled support for both legal marijuana and an expansion of gambling.
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    Yesterday, 06:03 PM
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told Breitbart News it was an “extraordinary moment” when the U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a resolution to invoke the War Powers act expressing congressional disapproval of U.S. backing of Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen. The resolution passed 56-41 on final passage, over the objections of many establishment Republicans, but with strong support from conservatives like Paul and Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), as well as from grassroots leftists like Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent who caucuses with Democrats. “I think it is an extraordinary moment because for decades, maybe for 50 or 60 years, Congress has been relinquishing and abdicating their power to indicate whether the country is at war,” Paul told Breitbart News. “So this is a big step and it is a big majority voting to say you know what? Declaration of war comes from Congress and we don’t approve of the war in Yemen now. So that is a big step and it really came across the aisle, both sides coming together. It’s a pretty big deal…. The historic nature of this being the first time since Vietnam is huge.” From here forward, Paul said that while House GOP leadership has used rules potentially unlawfully to block consideration of a House resolution the new incoming Democrat leadership on the House side may be friendlier to this cause in January. “I think the House leadership will block this from coming to a vote–it’s a privileged motion in the House, but the House set up a rule to block the privilege–we’re not so sure it’s even legal what they’re doing but they have blocked the rule for now,” Paul said. “The House turns over to Democrat control in January. We’ll see. There may be a friendlier leadership in January toward this. A lot of it is going to depend on what the Saudis do. If the Saudis could cease fire and try to find peace in Yemen, which would be different than what they’ve been doing, there would probably be less of a push around here to force them to the negotiating table. We’ll see what happens. Some of this depends on Saudi behavior and what unfolds in Yemen. Some of this depends on whether they continue to say their government is staying exactly the same and people responsible for Kashoggi are going to continue to run the Saudi government. That’s going to mean there’s going to continue to be problems.” Paul believes pulling out of Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen–U.S. involvement started during Barack Obama’s administration, without approval from Congress–fits with President Donald Trump’s “America First” foreign policy vision, even though the president was against this particular resolution. “Still when I talk to the president, I hear him saying he doesn’t want to spend good money after bad in the Middle East, in Afghanistan, but I think it’s a conflicting policy in the sense that some of the people who surround him encourage him by saying ‘oh we have to stay or Iran takes over the Middle East,'” Paul said. “I think that’s a far-fetched argument. I think that Iran is largely checkmated by Israel and Saudi Arabia, so I think most of them can defend themselves and don’t require that we be involved in every battle in the Middle East. And, so I do think that it is America First–we have a trillion dollar deficit this year, and there are still things at home that President Trump has talked about, infrastructure and other things that we just don’t have the money for but we would if we weren’t spending $50 billion a year in Afghanistan.” More at: https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2018/12/13/exclusive-rand-paul-extraordinary-moment-when-senate-passed-resolution-invoking-war-powers-to-stop-illegal-yemen-war/
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    Yesterday, 06:01 PM
    There are too many potential flashpoints to really guess but if the oligarchs have a sick sense of humor they will use Serbia again Some people were probably bought off by Macron and the weather is getting colder but I don't think the protests will end until there is martial law, a revolution or Macron resigns.
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    Yesterday, 05:55 PM
    French President Emmanuel Macron was not only present at the Élysée Palace during “Act IV” of the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) protests but had a helicopter on standby to escape in case protesters broke in, according to reports. The French leader fortified the Élysée Palace last Saturday with an unprecedented amount of security, including 500 republican guards, around a hundred police and gendarmes armed with water cannons, and other anti-riot measures, Le Dauphine reports. Should the protesters have managed to storm the Élysée and get past security, President Macron is also said to have had a helicopter on standby to evacuate him and others in what could have echoed the escape of former Romanian president Nicolae Ceaușescu, who fled a popular uprising by helicopter during the collapse of his Communist regime on December 22, 1989. More at: https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2018/12/14/fearful-yellow-vests-macron-helicopter-standby-escape-elysee-palace/
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    A wood fired one not an electric one.
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    Bump Democrat State Senator Touts Martians to Unite Humanity
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    VIVE LE FRANCE! VIVE LE GILETS JAUNES!
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    Yesterday, 05:46 PM
    Ohio lawmakers passed a bill this week that would allow the state to have greater oversight of food stamp recipients. House Bill 119, which passed the Ohio Senate on Wednesday and the Ohio House on Thursday, would allow state officials to review the eligibility of people receiving benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the program responsible for doling out food stamps, every three months instead of every year. The legislation would also allow the state to provide the same oversight of Medicaid recipients. One of the bill’s supporters, State Sen. Robert McColley, said state administrators would be able to use data already “available to them” to verify users’ eligibility for the program. “They’ll simply take data that is available to them at their fingertips through various databases and otherwise and use that data to basically cross-check verification,” McColley told WYSO. “The recipients themselves will have no idea this is going on and if there are red flags that do arise then the recipients will be provided notice and an opportunity to be heard to explain why there might have been a change of circumstances,” he added. The recently passed legislation will head to Gov. John Kasich’s (R-OH) desk for approval.
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