Archive For The “China” Category

Air Force Pilot Shortage Grows to Nearly 2,000; Force Tension ‘Significant’

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All these kids demanding free college, free job training, glamorous job, etc… just the Air Force alone has 2,000 job opening just for you… for free if you learned enough in the 12 + previous years of free education you sat in class through.

This generation needs to stop watching MSNBC and step up and grasp the baton that every generation before them has done. The race has already started and they are losing time.

WWIII has seemed to be possible for a long time now… there are 3 choices…. win, lose, spend money on a truce for 50-60 years…. so that leaves 2.

The biggest reason for the pilot shortage, in the secretary’s view, “is that we are too small for all the missions that we’re being asked to carry out on behalf of the nation — and as a result, we’re burning out our people.”

“Surge has become the new normal in the United States Air Force, and you can do that for a year, or two years, or maybe even three or four years. But we’re asking — I met someone last week who has just come back from his 17th deployment — 17 deployments,” she continued. “Less than one percent of Americans serve in uniform and protect the rest of us, and they are carrying a very heavy burden. And at some point, families make a decision: that they just can’t keep doing this at this pace, and I think that’s the biggest thing we’re facing, is we’re burning out our people, because we’re too small for what the nation is asking.”

https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/air-force-pilot-shortage-grows-nearly-2000-force-tension-significant/

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Cloud vs. NAS: Where is my Data Safer? – Boxcryptor Blog

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Really good explanation of why it is smart to encrypt everything you store online in a ‘virtual/cloud drive’ at Google, Microsoft, or Amazon.

https://www.boxcryptor.com/en/blog/post/date-security-cloud-vs-nas/

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China’s new Opium War against America | McClatchy Washington Bureau

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More than half a million people have died between 2000 and 2015 from opioids. Today, opioid deaths are considered an epidemic.

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/opinion/article182139386.html

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Communism’s Bloody Century – WSJ

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But a century of communism in power—with holdouts even now in Cuba, North Korea and China—has made clear the human cost of a political program bent on overthrowing capitalism. Again and again, the effort to eliminate markets and private property has brought about the deaths of an astounding number of people. Since 1917—in the Soviet Union, China, Mongolia, Eastern Europe, Indochina, Africa, Afghanistan and parts of Latin America—communism has claimed at least 65 million lives, according to the painstaking research of demographers.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-communist-century-1509726265

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Why ‘Indigenous Peoples’ Day’ Is Far Worse Than Columbus Day

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According to an eyewitness account of “indigenous peoples” at work—in this case, the Iroquois in 1642, as observed by the Rev. Father Barthelemy Vimont’s “The Jesuit Relations”—captives had their fingers cut off, were forced to set each other on fire, had their skinned stripped off and, in one captured warrior’s case, “the torture continued throughout the night, building to a fervor, finally ending at sunrise by cutting his scalp open, forcing sand into the wound, and dragging his mutilated body around the camp. When they had finished, the Iroquois carved up and ate parts of his body.”Shocked? Don’t be. Cannibalism was also fairly common in the New World before (and after) Columbus arrived. According to numerous sources, the name “Mohawk” comes from the Algonquin for “flesh eaters.” Anthropologist Marvin Harris, author of “Cannibals and Kings,” reports that the Aztecs viewed their prisoners as “marching meat.”

Source: Why ‘Indigenous Peoples’ Day’ Is Far Worse Than Columbus Day

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Bannon’s move to purge GOP long overdue…

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In the 10th month of the Trump presidency, the Republican Congress still has not passed one major piece of legislation proposed by the Republican president, public disapproval of Congress stands at levels that should be alarming to all incumbent Republican senators, and the president and GOP leaders in the House and Senate all suffer from abnormally high levels of disapproval.

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HTC Vive ditches the PC thanks to China’s cloud VR service

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Source: HTC Vive ditches the PC thanks to China’s cloud VR service

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Donald Trump U.N. speech shows a statesman at work – Washington Times

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President Trump is right. His speech at the United Nations was his third act of Reagan-like statesmanship, after the historically accurate, morally rooted and inspirational speeches in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and Warsaw, Poland. This time, he pointedly spoke for those who cannot speak in Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, and suppressed people around the world. It was a tour de force, and it’s hard to disagree with any word. Once again, Ronald Reagan would be nodding.Most immediately, although the president thanked many and elevated democracy over oppression, he began with North Korea. So let’s focus once more on North Korea. Here is the seminal fact: Under no credible scenario can North Korea be allowed to launch a conventional- or nuclear-armed ballistic missile.

Source: Donald Trump U.N. speech shows a statesman at work – Washington Times

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HTC Vive ditches the PC thanks to China’s cloud VR service

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https://www.engadget.com/2017/09/19/htc-vive-china-cloud-vr-service/

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A Potent Fuel Flows to North Korea. It May Be Too Late to Halt It. – NYTimes.com

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When North Korea launched long-range missiles this summer, and again on Friday, demonstrating its ability to strike Guam and perhaps the United States mainland, it powered the weapons with a rare, potent rocket fuel that American intelligence agencies believe initially came from China and Russia.

The United States government is scrambling to determine whether those two countries are still providing the ingredients for the highly volatile fuel and, if so, whether North Korea’s supply can be interrupted, either through sanctions or sabotage.

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/09/17/world/asia/north-korea-rocket-fuel-missiles.html

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