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Jan 18, 2019 08:07:49   #
4430 wrote:
It's a video of a witch riding a broom !


Yes, It was Witch Broom Airlines. WBA.
 
Jan 18, 2019 05:53:33   #
Weasel wrote:
What airline did she use? I do not get Facebook. Do you have that information.??


Oh I got it!
Fly the friendly skies on WBA.
GOOD ONE
Jan 18, 2019 05:41:16   #
proud republican wrote:
https://www.facebook.com/ElectTrump2020/videos/371461830311968/UzpfSTEwMDAwMDU0ODM3MTU5NDoyNDE0ODE4MTgxODc5Nzcx/


What airline did she use? I do not get Facebook. Do you have that information.??
Jan 17, 2019 23:00:40   #
padremike wrote:
Can you even begin to imagine what two years will bring with Nancy and all these new crazy women shooting off their mouths? They are the best thing that could happen to elect Trump in 2020 and for Progs to lose the house and more gains for us in the Senate.



Private pictures need to be shown of Nancy moving around with her walker. Very Funny.
This 79 year old, Worn Out, Waste of Human Flesh is a site to see.
Seeing her with her teeth out is the scariest thing!
And to think this creature is trying to take Trump out and run our Government.
Wake up people
Jan 17, 2019 22:46:46   #
fullspinzoo wrote:
I can't wait to see her fly commercial. Beneath her, I'm sure but ….


First class on a commercial flight? OH NO!
She will have to go through security just like the rest of us. This is Terrible
Jan 17, 2019 22:30:58   #
Liberty Tree wrote:
The only talent they have is getting in the way and obstructing what is best for America.



Exactly!
I can't wait to hear the State of the Union Address! (In the Capitol) in front of Congress.
 
Jan 17, 2019 22:21:52   #
Squiddiddler wrote:
Fire em all, only rehire the ones needed and with good work ethics.


http://americanactionnews.com/articles/dems-suckered-into-trump-s-trap


Jan 17, 2019 22:19:56   #
proud republican wrote:
You know i do feel bad for these people, but everybody have to understand that security is extremely important also!!!!



I want to hear the numbers at the State of the Union Address. I can't wait to hear what Mr. Trump has to say.
Build the damn wall!
Jan 17, 2019 08:06:33   #
son of witless wrote:
The Greenies should be pleased. This will save on Carbon Emissions.


The Mark1 reactor is plagued with design problems.
In Fukushima, the biggest problem was caused by the decision to cool the reactors with sea water. Big Mistake.
Jan 17, 2019 08:01:47   #
PeterS wrote:
Why Chuck and Nancy? Trump is the one who proudly stated he was going to own the shutdown. The one who is actually holding things up is McConnell who is refusing to allow a vote in the Senate even though the budget would pass if they did.


President Trump does own the shutdown.
BUT Nancy wants to own the members of Congress. These members are supposed to be
Expressing the words of the people who elected them. (Not So) They are told by Nancy what to say and when to speak!
Just as we can see that Nancy reads from a script when she is in front of the cameras, Congress is told how to vote on matters that effect their constituents.
Do you really feel that you have a voice in Government? REALLY ?
Jan 16, 2019 23:40:21   #
[quote=kankune][quote=moldyoldy]There is a lot of stupidity out there, people make up stories that you want to believe, but they do not make sense.[/


These people LIVE on the border. They know the difference between serapes and prayer rugs...[/quote]

Actually Moldy made this one up himself about serapes, the land owners are not the Liar's here.
 
Jan 16, 2019 23:35:41   #
woodguru wrote:
I just know that has to jack Trump's jaws...

But it's up to Pelosi whether Trump is invited to her house, my guess is she has no use for listening to Trump brag about his nonexistent successes, and lies and crying and whining.


By January 29, 2019 our Government Shutdown will have cost an estimated $13 Billion Dollars.
As of today the cost is already $6 Billion Dollars. And Nancy & Chuck are prepared to let the cost go to $30Billion before they give in to Mr. Trump. The hell with the American People.
This is not something you want talked about at the capitol, on television, in front of congress, on the 29Th.
It is a lot easier to call Mr.Trump a lier when he is inside the White House without Congress directly in front of him.
They do not want him anywhere close to them when his speech takes place.
They have already lost this one, once the the cost reached $6Billion and rising. Democrats are a total waste of human flesh.
Jan 16, 2019 22:15:44   #
DaWg44 wrote:
If all governments, city, county, state, & Federal had to operate like private industry has to, they would have to cut employees 30-40% immediately & 10-15% more over 2 years.

If that sounds insane, it is not.

Typical government employees get 2-3 times more holidays, are almost impossible to fire, make more for same jobs, skills, education, than employees in private industry. They have no performance metrics, need a case to look at, the VA.

Way back when I was a young man, Government jobs paid less because of the extra benefits, holidays, & vacation time.

Government employee unions are just as responsible for bloated government as senators & representatives.

This country was not established on professional politicians, there weren’t any then & we do not need them now. We need people who can take time off from their jobs to be Representatives & Senators 3 months out of the year w/o interruption.
If all governments, city, county, state, & Fed... (show quote)


Jan 16, 2019 19:29:20   #
thebigp wrote:
-eia-
As of December 31, 2017, there were about 8,652 power plants in the United States that have operational generators with a combined nameplate electricity generation capacity of at least 1 megawatt (MW). A power plant may have one or more generators, and some generators may use more than one type of fuel.
Electric Power Annual, Table 4.1: Count of electric power industry power plants by sector; by predominant energy sources within plant (some power plants are double-counted by fuel type in Table 4.1), and Table 4.3: Existing capacity by energy source
Downloadable databases with detailed data on individual generators and power plants
Last updated: October 26, 2018
Today in Energy
April 17, 2017
Most coal plants in the United States were built before 1990

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Preliminary Monthly Electric Generator Inventory
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Coal-fired electricity generators accounted for 25% of operating electricity generating capacity in the United States and generated about 30% of U.S. electricity in 2016. Most coal-fired capacity (88%) was built between 1950 and 1990, and the capacity-weighted average age of operating coal facilities is 39 years.
About half of the coal capacity operating in 2016 use bituminous coal as their main energy source, a type of coal that comes from Appalachian states such as West Virginia, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania. Bituminous coal is the most abundant type of coal in the United States and is more commonly produced in eastern and midwestern states. Bituminous coal has a greater range of sulfur content. The other half of coal plants use subbituminous coal, which is mostly produced in western states such as Wyoming and generally has a lower sulfur content than most bituminous coals. Less than 5% of operating coal capacity uses lignite or other coal types.

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Preliminary Monthly Electric Generator Inventory
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As natural gas and renewables have increased their market shares of electricity generation over the past decade, coal generation has decreased. Average annual net generation from coal-fired units reached an annual high of 2.0 billion kilowatthours in 2007 and has since fallen to 1.2 billion kilowatthours in 2016.

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Electric Power Monthly
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Texas has the most coal-fired capacity of any state, with 23.6 gigawatts (GW)—or 9% of the national total—almost all of which is fueled by subbituminous coal. Two other states—Indiana and Ohio—have at least 15 GW of operating coal-fired capacity. Twelve states have less than 1 GW of coal capacity, including two states—Maine
SOURCE-Electric Power Annual,- U.S. Energy Information Administration, Preliminary Monthly Electric Generator Inventory-
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There are currently 60 nuclear power plants operating right now with 98 reactors in 30 States.
Jan 16, 2019 19:22:44   #
thebigp wrote:
By David Biello on February 9, 2012-
But no nuclear renaissance appears to be imminent, despite the go-ahead to build and operate two new reactors in Georgia
Years of shifting and smoothing Georgia red clay paid off today, as the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) voted to allow construction of two new nuclear reactors (pdf) at the Plant Vogtle nuclear power station near Augusta. Atlanta–based utility giant Southern Co. will soon have permission to complete construction and operate two AP1000 type nuclear reactors designed by Westinghouse.
Nuclear Power in the USA
(Updated December 2018)
• The USA is the world's largest producer of nuclear power, accounting for more than 30% of worldwide nuclear generation of electricity.
• The country's nuclear reactors produced 805 billion kWh in 2017, 20% of total electrical output. There are two reactors under construction.
• Following a 30-year period in which few new reactors were built, it is expected that two more new units will come online soon after 2020, these resulting from 16 licence applications made since mid-2007 to build 24 new nuclear reactors.
• Government policy changes since the late 1990s have helped pave the way for significant growth in nuclear capacity.
• Some states have liberalized wholesale electricity markets, which makes the financing of capital-intensive power projects difficult, and coupled with lower gas prices since 2009, have put the economic viability of some existing reactors and proposed projects in doubt.
• The first zero-emission credit programmes have commenced, in New York, Illinois and New Jersey.
SOURCE- By David Biello-
By David Biello on February 9, 2012- br But no nuc... (show quote)


We can only hope this is overturned.
Can we at least get a full and transparent report on the aftermath on Fukushima, Our Fisheries, and our dairy products?
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