Posted on Blog: Morning Edition For 2019-11-03 17:47:09 +0000

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George Sorbane Quotes:

1. “Every disorder is the beginning of new and higher order.”

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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets


Donald J. Trump

@realDonald Trump


Donald J. Trump


The Whistleblower got it sooo wrong that HE must come forward. The Fake News Media knows who he is but, being an arm of the Democrat Party, don’t want to reveal him because there would be hell to pay.

Reveal the Whistleblower and end the Impeachment Hoax!


Donald J. Trump


“Morrison testifies he saw nothing wrong with the Trump call.”



Donald J. Trump


Matt has been a GREAT Governor. Kentucky (I Love You!), please be sure to vote for Matt Bevin on TUESDAY. Matt will never let you down, and we have to send a strong signal to Nancy Pelosi and the Radical Left Democrats. See you on Monday night, VOTE TUESDAY!!!


Donald J. Trump


Walking into Madison Square Garden last night with @danawhite for the big @UFC

Championship fight was a little bit like walking into a Trump Rally. Plenty of MAGA & KAG present. Great energy. Fantastic job Dana! Heading to D.C. and then to Kentucky for a big @MattBevin Rally…


2…………> Applied Global Warming: India’s Unbearable Air Pollution


Delhi air quality has deteriorated into the “hazardous” category, with the potential to cause respiratory illnesses, forcing millions, including the police to wear face masks to protect themselves from the toxic smog,  a lethal cocktail of particulate matter, carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and sulphur dioxide – all worsened by fireworks set off during the Hindu festival Diwali a week ago.

Schools have been closed, more than 30 flights diverted and construction work halted as the city sits in a thick blanket of smog, with a major factor behind the high pollution levels at this time of year being farmers in neighboring states burning crop stubble to clear their fields.


3…………> Back To The Animal Kingdom: Hong Kong Protest Turn Ugly


 Clashes between Hong Kong’s riot police and anti-government protesters turned to bloodshed in the middle-class neighborhood of Tai Koo Shing, forcing the authorities to storm other shopping malls where protesters had gathered, including in Sha Tin, citing the presence of “masked rioters” vandalizing the turnstiles and smashing windows.

Pro-democracy politician Andrew Chiu received medical attention after part of his ear was bitten off, following an attack by a knife-wielding man, who injured at least four people during anti-government protests outside a shopping mall in Hong Kong’s Tai Koo district.

Hong Kong is nearing its fifth month of sometimes violent protests that began over a proposed extradition law that would have provided case-by-case extraditions to mainland China.


4…………> An American Belief: Is US Dollar Still Backed by Gold?


Since the US went off the gold standard in 1971, when an ounce of gold sold for $35, compared to $1525 now, losing 98% of its purchasing power, despite being backed by the “full faith and credit” of the US government, and an National deficit of nearly $23 trillion dollars(with 12 zeroes), loading every American person with $94,262 of debt, or corresponding gold break-even price in case of Central bank bankruptcy.

The dollar has long enjoyed the preferred status of the world’s reserve currency, with all oil purchased from the powerful energy cartel known as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) priced in dollars, and many countries carrying out their trade operations in dollars out of convenience.

This has allowed the US to engage in reckless economic policies, including printing vast quantities of dollars(quantitive easing), and exchanging them for actual physical products as imports, without suffering the traditional side effects of overprinting money, including hyperinflation and currency collapse.—study/

5…………> Sunset Scenery: Huntington Beach, California


A surfer is seen during sunset on the Huntington Beach, California, the United States, on Nov. 2, 2019

(Xinhua/Li Ying)


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