Thoughts on Recent Weekly Events

Posted in Uncategorized by EloiSVM42 on March 13, 2019

There has been a lot of important news recently, including just this last week – too much to cover in one post, so I will address various items individually in subsequent ones.

But the most important recent news, in my view, occurred in mid-February, when a Delta Airlines flight from Orange County airport in Southern California to Seattle experienced severe turbulence so violent that it forced an emergency landing in Reno, NV, and sent three passengers to the hospital.

I say again that we will start paying attention to climate change when it becomes too dangerous to fly, which may be sooner than we think. I wouldn’t be surprised to see more of these incidents in the spring, a traditionally turbulent weather period.

Coincidentally, the latest Democrat to announce he is running for president is Washington State governor Jay Inslee, whose campaign focus will be exclusively on fighting climate change. He is well spoken and may prove to be a compelling candidate.

Sudden Thought: The fastest and easiest way to get Jared Kushner’s top secret security clearance revoked, which he should never have gotten in the first place, and wouldn’t have were he not Trump’s son-in-law, is to indict him for and convict him of a crime. He is surely guilty of some. Should be easy peasy.

Status of the States: The worst state cup goes to Arizona, my own personal state, courtesy of Congressperson Paul Gosar, my own personal Congressperson, for his antics during the Michael Cohen hearing. He embarrassed himself, but also the state. Gosar should learn first to pronounce words correctly, and then not to use them.

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