• Today we think of our buddies who never got the privilege of growing old @ahzoov
• Ilhan Omar’s Islamist extremism strikes again Quin Hillyer
• If Republicans Collaborate with Dems on 2A, They Will Lose the Midterms Kurt Schlichter
• Acosta's gotcha: "Why do people need an AR-15, anyway?" Ed Morrissey
• Paul Pelosi blew a stop sign then was hit by a Jeep, arrest report reveals DailyMail
• Uvalde Police Department shows how not to write a press release Karen Townsend
• Youngkin is right: Lowering standards in the name of equity harms minorities the most Examiner
• Syracuse dedicates spending $50 million on DEI as it hikes tuition John Parker
• Coverup: 2018 Andrew Weissmann Instructed Everyone on Special Counsel Team to Wipe Their Cell Phones CTH
• Sussmann Trial Takeaway: Hillary Clinton Is Dirty to Her Core Jim Thompson
• China's lap dogs in the NBA shouldn't be lecturing anyone about gun control Zachary Faria
• Is the New York Times waking up to the transgender athlete issue? Jazz Shaw
• Do We Really Know Who Is Winning In Ukraine? Doug Bandow
• Why, for the UN, Is One Mosque Massacre So Much Worse than Countless Church Massacres? Raymond Ibrahim
Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)
• Mona Lisa left unharmed but smeared in cream in climate protest stunt Al-Reuters
• FBI records on search for fabled gold raise more questions AP
• Arlington National Cemetery to conduct 154th Memorial Day wreath-laying ceremony Mike Brest
• Reminder: Here Are the 13 American Troops Who Lost Their Lives During the Afghanistan Withdrawal Cameron Arcand
Fuel is expensive because of ESG.— James Lindsay, weaponizing your mom (@ConceptualJames) May 29, 2022
Energy is expensive and precarious because of ESG.
Food is expensive because of ESG.
The global economy is teetering in big part because of ESG.
Remember that as things develop this year. The ESG scam won't be able to stay hidden.