New $4B Panasonic electric vehicle (EV) battery factory in Kansas requires so much power that the facility will need its own COAL plant to run –

New $4B Panasonic electric vehicle (EV) battery factory in Kansas requires so much power that the facility will need its own COAL plant to run

A coal-fired power plant in Kansas that was slated for closure will remain open after all to provide needed power for, wait for it: a new electric vehicle (EV) battery factory producing “clean” energy storage products.

In accordance with the Biden regime’s ongoing efforts to force all Americans into an EV, Panasonic has built a $4 billion EV battery factory in the small Kansas City exurb of De Soto.

Local media reports state that the factory will require anywhere from 200 to 250 megawatts of electricity to function. This is roughly the amount of power needed to keep the lights on in a small city.

On track to receive a whopping $6.8 billion from fake president Joe Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act, Panasonic is proving once again that in order to create “clean” energy, you have to burn a lot of “dirty” energy, rendering it a pointless endeavor.

The amount of energy the new Panasonic EV battery facility needs is so high, in fact, that a representative from Evergy, the public utility serving the factory, testified before the Kansas City Corporation Commission that there are serious “near-term challenges from a resource adequacy perspective.”

Put another way, the Panasonic EV battery factory in De Soto is an energy hog of epic proportions. As such, Evergy says it will have to continue burning coal at a nearby power plant in Lawrence that was previously slated to eventually transition to natural gas production.

(Related: The climate police are calling for caps on the size and capacity of EV batteries to prevent drivers from traveling too far from their 15-minute cities.)


Environmentalists furious that coal plant will have to remain open to produce Panasonic’s EV batteries

As we have been telling you, there is nothing “clean” about producing “green” energy products like EV batteries. In fact, it actually takes a much greater toll on the environment to produce EV batteries and other EV components than it does to continue building and using traditional gas-powered vehicles.

“A 15-pound lithium-ion battery holds about the same amount of energy as a pound of oil. To make that battery requires 7,000 pounds of rock and dirt to get the minerals that go into that battery,” reports Cowboy State Daily. “The average EV battery weighs around 1,000 pounds.”

“All of that mining and factory processing produces a lot more carbon dioxide emissions than a gas-powered car, so EVs have to be driven around 50,000 to 60,000 miles before there’s a net reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.”

In other words, as increasingly more EV battery and other EV product factories get built across the U.S. to accommodate the Biden regime’s “green” pipe dream, the environment will become more and more destroyed, which has left many environmentalists feeling betrayed as they recoil in fury.

Testifying before federal lawmakers and members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in Washington, D.C., recently was American Coal Council CEO Emily Arthun, who spelled it all out with clarity.

“I met with senators and representatives who understand that we’re going to need coal for far longer than people are talking about,” Arthun said, explaining that the “green” energy industry requires massive amounts of “dirty” energy to stay afloat.

“People are starting to understand that energy needs are increasing, and these premature [coal-fired power plant] closures are a liability.”

Rep. Cyrus Western (R-Wyo.) said much the same to Cowboy State Daily, stating that “kilowatts don’t just fall out of the sky.”

“That electricity has got to come from somewhere,” he said. “It’s not going to come from solar farms and wind turbines.”

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New York ends COVID jab mandate for health care workers, but legal fight isn’t over yet –

New York ends COVID jab mandate for health care workers, but legal fight isn’t over yet

Beginning on October 4, health care workers in New York will no longer be required to get “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in order to continue working.

A highly controversial jab mandate in the Empire State that resulted in thousands of health care workers being fired or quitting will be lifted, we are happy to report, thanks to a lawsuit sponsored by Children’s Health Defense (CHD), a project of 2024 presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Because New York state may still seek sanctions against said workers for alleged past violations, CHD is warning that the fight is still long from over, despite this small victory.

The attorney general’s office in New York confirmed, as well as informed the New York Supreme Court about, the change in an announcement undoing the longstanding mandate, which was created following the launch of Operation Warp Speed back in late 2020.

(Related: The latest COVID “booster” shot is not a booster at all, but rather an entirely new vaccine injection, according to New York Gov. Kathy Hochul.)

COVID jab and mask mandates being overturned in case after case

In case you missed it, CHD originally sponsored the suit against the state of New York on Oct. 20, 2022, after it was filed by a group of medical practitioners who were directly impacted in a negative way by the mandate.

Along with several other plaintiffs, including two doctors, a nurse, a radiologic technologist, and a medical laboratory specialist, the group is seeking a remedy from the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), New York Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul, and Mary T. Bassett, the state’s health commissioner.


“This is a tremendous victory for the healthcare workers and for medical freedom in general, but also for the people of New York who have been deeply impacted by the massive shortage that occurred because of this mandate,” commented Sujata Gibson, the plaintiffs’ attorney.

“Thirty-four thousand healthcare professionals had to leave the field, and we have all been impacted by their absence. While this victory is significant, the fight is not over. People suffered enormously because of this mandate and justice needs to be done so that they can be made whole.”

On January 13, the court sided with the plaintiffs and struck down the mandate, declaring it “null, void, and of no effect,” further alleging that the NYSDOH “blatantly violated the boundaries of its authority as set forth by the legislature.”

The state quickly appealed this decision and won a stay against it, which effectively reinstated the mandate, affecting an estimated 34,000 health care workers across the Empire State.

That stay, according to Gibson, devastated the lives of thousands of health care workers across New York who were barred from working because they had either been suspended or terminated for refusing to get jabbed for the Fauci Flu.

Just minutes before the plaintiffs were set to begin oral arguments at a hearing back in May, Jonathan Hitsous, an attorney representing the state, announced New York’s intention to repeal the mandate voluntarily.

“Repealing a mandate is a lengthy process requiring a public comment period and hearings,” CHD reports. “Hitsous told the court the state’s health department would no longer enforce the mandate during that process.”

“The documents submitted to the court Tuesday showed that during the public comment period, the NYSDOH received only one comment about the proposed repeal, which was from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.”

It turns out that one single comment urged the NYSDOH not to repeal the mandate and to instead amend it to require personnel to be either “up to date” with the government-demanded COVID jab schedule or else wear a “well-fitting mask” at all times while on the job.

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Trump vows to implement the largest domestic deportation operation in American history if re-elected as president in 2024 –

Trump vows to implement the largest domestic deportation operation in American history if re-elected as president in 2024

Former President Donald Trump has vowed to implement “the largest domestic deportation operation in American history” if he is re-elected as president in 2024.

“Upon my inauguration, I will immediately terminate every Open Borders policy of the Biden administration. Following the Eisenhower Model, we will carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American History,” Trump vowed during a speech in Iowa. “I’ll also invoke immediately the Alien Enemies Act to remove all known or suspected gang members.” (Related: Trump lays out 2024 presidential run agenda, promises to complete mission and build America up again.)

In a report published by the Christian Science Monitor in 2006, former President and World War II hero Dwight D. Eisenhower established “Operation Wetback” on June 17, 1954, to stop around three million illegal immigrants from entering the United States and taking jobs from Americans in California, Arizona, Texas and other in the American Southwest. Eisenhower stopped illegal immigration with just 1,075 Border Patrol agents within a short period.

Eisenhower’s Border Patrol agents used buses and trains to take them far into Mexico before letting them go. He also put many on ships that took them from Texas to Mexico. Many more were detained in Texas and deported by some other means, while some, afraid of getting caught, left the country on their own. To date, many Border Patrol veterans still admire this operation.

Trump talked about Eisenhower in a Fox Business Channel event back in 2015, when he first became the frontrunner in that year’s Republican primaries. He praised Eisenhower as a good and great president even after a discussion with former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who was then advocating for amnesty to all illegal immigrants in the United States.


“People liked him. I liked Ike. [That’s the] expression. ‘I Like Ike.’ Moved a million and a half illegal immigrants out of this country, moved them just beyond the border: They came back. Moved them again, beyond the border: They came back. Then moved them way south. They never came back,” Trump said at the time.

Biden’s border policies pale compared to Trump’s when he was still president

The U.S. immigration system has been at its worst under the administration of President Joe Biden, definitely worse off than compared to Trump. So, in one of his campaign speeches in the U.S., Trump addressed the border security issue as one of the most important to the American people.

“Under my leadership, we had the most secure border in U.S. history. Now, we have the worst border in the history of the world,” Trump declared, and he is backed by official data.

In 2022, the U.S. southern border encountered a 200 percent increase in the number of illegal immigrants from 2020. The previous year, the Trump administration had the lowest rate of illegal immigrants in over four decades. However, the current administration has been alarming, posting the highest record in over six decades.

In 2020, foreign nationals seeking entry into the U.S. through the southern border, whether illegally or without proper documentation, were returned to Mexico to await the adjudication of their legal cases. This border security program, known as the “remain in Mexico” policy, kept migrants in Mexico until their hearings.

But when Biden took over the presidency, he accused Trump as a “racist” and “xenophobic” for implementing the “remain in Mexico” policy. Biden then decided to discontinue the program, which signaled that foreigners could attempt to enter the U.S. even without proper documentation.

Furthermore, asylum seekers were required to wait in Mexico until their court hearings when Trump was still president, but the current administration implemented otherwise.  With that, Trump declared himself as the “only candidate in this race who will stop it cold on DAY ONE.”

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New study suggests exercise is key to preventing COVID-19 –

Many studies have proven that regular physical activity is important for your overall well-being. According to a recent study, exercise is also “the most important medicine” for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

The study was published in the journal Current Sports Medicine Reports (CSMR).

As of September 2022, more than 6.4 million deaths globally have been attributed to COVID-19. Studies show that preventive measures implemented by the government, such as vaccines, boosters, social distancing, lockdowns and masking, have all been ineffective at protecting people from the disease. In fact, many who were fully vaccinated still got infected – sometimes repeatedly, like President Joe Biden – and experienced either mild symptoms or adverse outcomes, including extended hospital stays and death.

As health experts discover new COVID-19 mutations, many are becoming convinced that it’s time to focus on promoting exercise as a first-line strategy for preventing or treating COVID-19 and the so-called “long COVID.” A study published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine suggested that “public health leaders should add physical activity to pandemic control strategies.”

The CSMR review found that “consistently meeting exercise guidelines” can help people reduce hospitalization due to COVID-19 by up to 42 percent; ICU admission by as much as 38 percent; and death by at least 83 percent across major demographic subgroups and those with and without chronic conditions. (Related: Study: People who exercise more tend to develop less severe COVID-19 symptoms.)


To date, more than 25 studies and a meta-analysis have reported that consistently inactive individuals experience more detrimental effects from COVID-19 than individuals who exercise regularly.

The CSMR study also revealed that at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity weekly exercise, or 75 minutes of high-intensity weekly exercise, offered the most significant benefit, lowering a person’s risk of contracting COVID by 11 to 22 percent.

Stuart Hoover, a naturopathic practitioner, warned that most Americans are inactive and obese, so their immune systems are “not up to par.” Therefore, exercising regularly will do Americans a lot of good as it will help boost their immune function.

How physical activity benefits your organs

To learn more about the link between exercise and COVID-19 prevention, it’s important to understand the effect of exercise at the cellular level, starting with exerkines and their effect on all body systems.

Exerkines are signaling molecules released by skeletal muscle, brown adipose tissue, white adipose tissue, neurons, the heart and the liver in response to exercise.

These signaling molecules come in many forms, such as hormones, proteins, metabolites and nucleic acids. Exerkines have an important role in improving cardiovascular, metabolic, immune and neurological health.

Cardiovascular System

COVID-19 can compromise the cardiovascular system in several ways, such as by increasing the incidence of blood clots and high blood pressure. It can also cause inflammation in coronary arteries, which can speed up plaque formation and cause blockages in the heart.

In long COVID, inflammation allegedly causes problems with blood vessels that result in deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism and bleeding events.

Regular physical activity has an anti-inflammatory effect, which may help relieve systemic heart tissue inflammation caused by COVID-19.

Respiratory system

The virus that causes COVID-19 enters your body through the respiratory tract. Once it infects cells, the virus replicates and spreads throughout the upper and lower respiratory tract.

To prevent COVID-19, you need healthy immune and respiratory systems.

Increasing aerobic capacity can help boost the immune system through three mechanisms:

  1. It increases the amount and activity of immune cells, including T lymphocytes, neutrophils, macrophages and monocytes.
  2. It increases immunoglobulin IgA, which, together with immune cells, can fight lung infections.
  3. It regulates inflammatory proteins with a short-term increase to protect against lung infections and a long-term decrease to inhibit a reduction in lung function.

Hoover explained that the more you can move blood, the more you can circulate robust immune cells. These immune cells can reach more areas of the body and find more bacteria and viruses to attack.

Physical activity can also produce antioxidative effects by releasing myokines. These proteins can protect against oxidative stress-related disease and benefit the respiratory system when battling COVID-19.

Neuroendocrine and nervous system

Neurological consequences of COVID-19 can be mild to severe, ranging from headaches and loss of smell to hemorrhagic stroke and Guillain-Barre syndrome. Some autopsy reports also revealed widespread brain lesions in the COVID-19 fatalities.

Specific exerkines released during exercise can boost the growth and development of brain tissue and improve mood and cognition. This makes physical activity a helpful tool in negating the detrimental effects of COVID-19 and long COVID.

Immune system

A healthy immune defense is key to protecting yourself against COVID-19. Individuals with a delayed or weak immune response can experience both pronounced COVID-19 symptoms and long COVID.

The T cell-mediated adaptive immune response is a major determinant of the clinical outcome of SARS-CoV-2 infection. The thymus gland produces T-cells, and the highest T-cell production happens in childhood. In time, the gland is almost entirely replaced with fat tissue.

T-cells can survive as they are stored in the lymph nodes. They become active when an antigen is introduced into the body, like a virus. Older people often have ineffective and nonfunctional T-cells, putting them at greater risk of severe infection.

The most severe outcomes of COVID-19 are associated with age, and experts have observed the highest mortality among older people. They believe though that regardless of age, people who exercise regularly are better protected against COVID-19.

Meanwhile, those with exhausted T cells experience a delayed protective immune response during the initial COVID-19 infection, which causes an increase in viral load.

As the virus load gets higher, T-cells respond by sending out cytokines that signal other immune cells to assist in fighting the virus. But this can cause a cytokine storm, or an intense inflammatory response that can lead to immune cells attacking healthy areas of your body.

Data shows that exercise increases and mobilizes immune cells into the bloodstream and may directly stimulate the immune system. Regular physical activity also releases different myokines that target the thymus gland to increase T-cell output, effectively protecting T-cells from the effects of COVID-19.

Exercise and mechanisms for repair of COVID-19 organ damage

A hallmark of debilitating and deadly cases of COVID-19 include multi-organ damage, specifically affecting the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, pancreas and spleen.

Exercise can help prevent this because it releases stem cells to repair damaged heart and skeletal muscle tissue. Physical activity also helps stimulate the bone marrow to generate immune cells and release cells that help grow and heal blood vessels.

Autophagy, the cellular recycling process, is a vital mechanism for healing damaged organs after infection. COVID-19 infection damages mitochondria, the cell’s powerhouse and the body’s primary source of energy production.

With every exercise session, the damaged cells of all body systems go through autophagy. This process cleans up nonfunctioning, damaged mitochondria to improve energy production and preserve skeletal muscle health.

All doctors know that exercise is crucial for your mental and physical health, but Hoover cautioned that individuals with adrenal issues or those prone to cardiovascular events must “approach exercise more slowly.” Hoover recommends increasing intensity as your body adjusts.

Studies continue to shed more light on the cellular and molecular pathways and mechanisms that exercise affects and the impact of exerkines on all body systems. These findings prove that regular exercise can help mitigate COVID-19 infection and address currently “untreatable” symptoms of long COVID.

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The earmarks Adam Schiff delivered for military industrial complex donors

Politico | Sept. 25, 2023

Adam Schiff is unapologetically touting his commitment to earmarks for local causes — like homelessness and drug treatment programs — as he seeks the Senate seat long held by Dianne Feinstein. The 12-term House Democrat and darling of the anti-Trump left is even calling out his closest rival in the race, Rep. Katie Porter, for her opposition to pork-barrel spending.

But Schiff has offered an incomplete and potentially misleading account of his record on earmarks. A close examination of that record reveals that he secured generous earmarks for corporate beneficiaries early in his career, including at times for recipients who were also major donors to his political campaigns.


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