"Those who stand for nothing, fall for anything." -- Alexander Hamilton

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Merrick Garland needn’t have bothered committing contempt of Congress to keep audio of Robert Hur interviewing Joe Biden from the public. Hur isn’t the only one who has witnessed the alarming extent of Biden’s senility. For example, Garland was not able to suppress Biden’s public boast that he was Vice President during Covid hysteria:

The 81-year-old Biden, who finished his eight years as Barack Obama’s veep in January 2017, suggested he was still in post at the time of the outbreak during a campaign event with the NAACP.

“When I was vice president, things were kind of bad during the pandemic and what happened was, Barack said to me, ‘Go to Detroit! Help fix it,’” Biden said.

As noted at Just the News,

During Special Counsel Robert Hur’s investigation into Biden’s handling of classified documents that stem from his vice presidency, Hur mentioned that Biden forgot when he was vice president twice.

Despite Garland’s unlawful efforts, everyone knows Biden is cognitively nonfunctional. No way would this delirious husk be allowed to roam around loose if the liberal establishment had not appointed him Leader of the Free World.

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Russia on Tuesday confirmed that its forces have kicked off tactical nuclear weapons drills in its southern military district, which is near the Ukrainian border, in what the Kremlin has described as a response to "threats" by the West.

The defense ministry (MoD) announced that the exercises aim to test the "readiness" of its "non-strategic nuclear weapons … to ensure the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Russian state."

Illustrative image: Russian long-range strategic bomber

The MoD specified that this is in "response to provocative statements and threats by certain Western officials."

"Under the order of the commander-in-chief, a military exercise involving practice of preparation and use of tactical nuclear weapons started in the Southern military district under the supervision of the General Staff," the ministry said.

First unveiled in early May, the date and location of the exercises at that early preview phase were unknown. The Foreign Ministry had warned at the time that NATO's own "Steadfast Defender" drills are possible preparations for war with Russia.

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Average Americans are feeling more anxious about money than ever before. After enduring one financial disruption after another, it’s hard to feel positive when you don’t know what’s around the corner. Experts called it “financial shock fatigue,” – a phenomenon that helps to explain why so many people are worried about their financial security right now. U.S. workers have seen their purchasing power sharply decline in recent years while the cost of everything has ballooned. Many of them are barely staying afloat at the end of each month.

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Maybe we should rephrase the slogan to “you’ll appear to own things you don’t actually control and be happy.”

The World Economic Forum’s catchphrase you’ll own nothing and be happy was widely mocked as an eyebrow-raising vision of a “sharing economy” future without the implicit agency granted by full ownership. Renting stuff that one needed only for one-time use has long been a market, and car-sharing makes sense for urban dwellers who only need a vehicle on occasion.

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