Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent moves by the Biden Administration to bring down the coal industry, despite it being one of the most important parts of the grid, both domestically and internationally.
Sigurdson says there are also numerous warnings from regulators that we are about to witness one of the biggest attacks ever on the grid. Here’s more from World Alternative Media.
Gary Franchi delves into the alarming reality of North Korea’s potential Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attack on the United States.
Amidst international tensions, North Korea’s advancements in EMP technology pose a significant threat to America’s national security, particularly the electric grid that powers our nation.
Discover how Pyongyang’s actions could impact the U.S., why current defenses might be insufficient and what steps must be taken to safeguard the nation against this existential threat. More from Next News Network.
In a culture war of competing ideas, is a career politician really the best choice for someone on bottom of the Trump 2024 Presidential ticket? Or would we do well to try someone who knows how to articulate and defend conservative ideas, such as Tucker Carlson?
The “Right Angle” crew of Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott tackle this sticky issue and its ramifications.
Former President Donald Trump’s defense is challenging Judge Arthur Engoran’s $10,000 sanction, arguing the President has Free Speech rights to make comments about the Judge’s clerk if he so chooses and promising to appeal. Elsewhere, Trump fumed on Truth Social following Michael Cohen’s crumbling testimony from the day prior.
Trump’s defense filed a Motion to Dismiss the January 6th case based on Selective and Vindictive prosecution brought by Joe Biden’s Department Of Justice. In a subsequent filing, Trump’s team also moved to strike the inflammatory statement from Jack Smith’s indictment.
Jamaal Bowman’s original statement about the Fire Alarm Insurrection does not match the newly released surveillance footage and Capitol Hill Police Report. Fortunately for Jamaal, he got the same sweetheart deal that Fani Willis gave to another group of alleged insurrectionists: Sidney Powell, Jenna Ellis and Kenneth Chesebro, all got deferred adjudications / dismissals, just like Bowman. Here’s more from Robert Gouveia on Watching The Watchers.
Matt Christiansen reports that the homeless situation in downtown Los Angeles has worsened to the point to where it has driven businesses away from the area.
To combat the growing problem, city officials are considering “The Responsible Hotel Ordinance,” which would force hotels to house the homeless. Here’s Christiansen’s report.
Why has the FBI been sitting on the Chinese spy-balloon investigation? Chris Chappelle posits it could be due to a Biden Administration cover-up. He dissects the details in this episode of China Uncensored.
Simon Parkes says there is an unusually huge amount of disinformation being pushed forward by the White Hats. Though their goal is more than likely an operational maneuver to throw off the Deep State, Parkes says the problem for the public is searching for the truth.
Parkes says many of the well-known White Hats are pushing nonsense, proclaiming this or that will happen on certain dates, which never comes to fruition. Among some of the recent claims were that martial law would be imposed on the United States over the Labor Day weekend, and recent reports that the Supreme Court’s Brunson case would be decided soon. And the revelation that President Trump was returning before the 2024 election seems far-fetched.
“What we’re looking at is a very well-orchestrated operation from the good side and the bad side,” Parkes says. He further analyzes the issues, plus brings more intel.
Juan O. Savin posits that the return of Donald J. Trump is imminent–possibly before the 2024 Presidential election–though this is not an opportune time for that to happen.
Appearing on the Ethan Lucas podcast, Savin says (at 1:42:10 of video) that because of the unsettling state of the nation, with its border crisis, debt-ceiling drama and the country tinkering with nuclear war, the White Hats are being overly cautious, managing the timing and being careful not to toss Trump into a situation where the Deep State would blame him if any of these events went awry.
“What they (White Hats) would do then is bring in a military action to where you’ve got a nation-state level captured operation and get it under control,” Savin says. “You wouldn’t let Trump get the blame for it.” Savin goes into more detail, plus explains what’s really going down in the Ukraine-Russia conflict.
As the great Yogi Berra used to say: “It’s not over ’till it’s over.” That’s the sentiment emanating from the Brunson Brothers, who are expected to learn on Friday if the Supreme Court will place their case on the docket.
Brunson v. Alma S. Adams, a case challenging the validity of the 2020 presidential election, was denied a hearing by SCOTUS in early January, but Loy Brunson tells ThrivetimeShow that they filed a petition for a re-hearing and were granted another conference to discuss the case, which is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 17. Here’s more.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York says if Congress or President Biden ends the pandemic emergency federal student loan forbearance program, former students won’t be able to make auto loan and credit card payments.
Is this just step one in a total student loan forgiveness plan? The “Right Angle” crew of Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle discuss the consequences.