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Since The Second World War A Plan Has Been Worked Out To Manipulate The Minds Of Mankind Through Media.

Since The Second World War A Plan Has Been Worked Out To Manipulate The Minds Of Mankind Through Media.

by David Sorensen | Stop World Control The best experts of Nazi Germany in the field of ‘mind control’ were brought to America. From America the strategy started to systematically change literally everything humanity thinks and believes.  The goal was to make sure mankind could be controlled IN THEIR OWN MINDS. Tell them what we want […]

Poll: 3 In 10 Americans Missing Meals Because Of Biden Inflation

Poll: 3 In 10 Americans Missing Meals Because Of Biden Inflation

By Bob Unruh Three of 10 Americans are missing meals because of the high prices of food – the result of inflation that the Biden administration has been unable to control, according to a new poll. Zogby Analytics said 29.3% of respondents said “yes” to the question, “Because of the Biden administration’s inability to control inflation, […]

California Produces 10th Most Renewable Energy In U.S.

California Produces 10th Most Renewable Energy In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza Since President Joe Biden and a new Congress took office earlier this year, federal policymakers have been working to speed up the U.S. transition to clean and renewable energy sources. One of Biden’s first actions in office was to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord, the 2016 agreement in which countries pledged to significantly […]

Cape Town and Dubai battle over Africa’s energy future

Cape Town and Dubai battle over Africa’s energy future

Column By Duggan Flanakin  This major skirmish could determine the outcome of Africa’s fight for energy freedom It was quite a shock to Africa Energy Chamber Executive Director NJ Ayuk – and an even bigger shock to the Chamber – that the London-based Hyve group decided to move the annual Africa Oil Week from Cape Town, South Africa […]

Newsom declares emergency over heat; state under power-rationing alert

Newsom declares emergency over heat; state under power-rationing alert

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – California Gov. Gavin Newsom is loosening climate restrictions on power providers to ensure they’re able to crank out enough wattage to keep residents cool through the ongoing heatwave.  Newsom has issued an emergency declaration for the second time in less than a year to free up additional energy […]

California Power Managers Optimistic But Warn Of Rationing

California Power Managers Optimistic But Warn Of Rationing

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – The Golden State’s melting point again is being neared, but power officials are confident their infrastructure will withstand the heat without requiring residents to take emergency measures. Temperatures across California are at or near triple digits. The California Independent System Operator (CAISO), the state’s bulk electricity […]

Fossil Fuels vs. Renewables: ALL Forms of Energy are “Intermittent”

Fossil Fuels vs. Renewables: ALL Forms of Energy are “Intermittent”

COLUMN by Thomas L. Knapp On May 8, my wife and I pulled into a local gas station and filled the family car’s tank. It wasn’t intended as a smart move, nor did it result from a premonition. It was just dumb luck. Within 24 hours, we were driving past gas stations with yellow plastic […]

Solar Panels Generate Mountains of Waste

Solar Panels Generate Mountains of Waste

    By Duggan Flanakin They also heat the planet, blanket wildlife habitats and cause other ecological damage The problem of solar panel waste is now becoming evident. As environmental journalist Emily Folk admits in Renewable Energy Magazine, “when talking about renewable energy, the topic of waste does not often appear.” She attributes this to […]

Why does California’s power grid keep flirting with disaster? We’ve got answers

Why does California’s power grid keep flirting with disaster? We’ve got answers

Sammy Roth LA Times• California was forced to take desperate measures over Labor Day weekend to keep the lights on. Less than a month after the state experienced its first rolling blackouts in nearly two decades, officials again urged residents to use less electricity during the late afternoon and into the evening as extreme heat, fueled […]

Santa Paula Council: Crime, Finance, Wastewater, Energy

Santa Paula Council: Crime, Finance, Wastewater, Energy

By Sheryl Hamlin The dense agenda of the August 19, 2020 Santa Paula City Council (via Zoom) included major presentations by the Santa Paula Police, the Finance Department and Public Works. Santa Paula Police Department Presentation Commander Varner gave the quarterly report (April 1 through July 30, 2020) for the SPPD. Commander Varner is one […]

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