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Joe Dirt, because rabbit droppings look like tasty tranny Easter egg treats.

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Taiwan Earthquake Will Impact US Technology

Taiwan’s biggest earthquake in at least 25 years killed seven people on Wednesday, injuring more than 700, with 77 trapped in tunnels and collapsed buildings, authorities said, as rescuers used ladders to help some people descend to safety.



CHIPS Act May Promise Money But Only 4 Out of 600 Applicants Awarded

The CHIPS Act’s manufacturing incentives have sparked substantial investments in the U.S. In fact, companies in the semiconductor ecosystem have announced dozens of new projects across America—totaling more than $200 billion in private investments—since the CHIPS Act was introduced. These announced projects will create more than 40,000 jobs in the semiconductor ecosystem and support hundreds of thousands of additional U.S. jobs throughout the U.S. economy.

Thus far, the CHIPS Program Office (CPO) has announced $10.197 billion in grant awards and up to $12.6 billion in loans to 4 companies across 9 projects in 8 states. Dozens of additional award announcements are expected in the months ahead. The announcements thus far are for a preliminary memorandum of terms (PMTs), which is a non-binding agreement between companies and the CHIPS Program Office. A due diligence stage follows a PMT, after which funds will be disbursed.

Maybe they should move to Michigan, say they are from the CCP and will make EVs and they will be given money right away.

Show Notes: Revenge of The Gotion

Show Notes: Gotion in Motion

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Gotion In Motion Podcast

You have an EV and will Like it

Voter Registration Madness

2 Million registrations in a year.  Where are they finding these “voters”.


In Michigan we reported that prisoners when released will be automatically registered to vote.  Indian Reservations will send registrations with NO digital signature to Secretary of State

More Impact from Indian Reservations

Earlier we relayed how Indian Reservations would soon provided data to the Michigan Secretary of State, but they still remained a separate governmental entity. In South Dakota, Kristi Noem was reminded of that.

A South Dakota tribe has banned Republican Gov. Kristi Noem from the Pine Ridge Reservation after she spoke this week about wanting to send razor wire and security personnel to Texas to help deter immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border and also said cartels are infiltrating the state’s reservations.

“Due to the safety of the Oyate, effective immediately, you are hereby Banished from the homelands of the Oglala Sioux Tribe!” Tribe President Frank Star Comes Out said in a Friday statement addressed to Noem. “Oyate” is a word for people or nation.

Show Notes: A Touch Of A Finger

Gag Order On Trump, Because Telling People You Are Being Railroaded Is Literally Violence

This pattern of attacking family members of presiding jurists and attorneys assigned to his cases serves no legitimate purpose,” New York Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan wrote in his 5-page ruling. “It merely injects fear in those assigned or called to participate in the proceedings that not only they, but their family members as well, are ‘fair game,’ for Defendant’s vitriol.”

The circumstances of the instant matter, however, are different,” he wrote. “The conventional ‘David vs. Goliath’ roles are no longer in play as demonstrated by the singular power defendant’s words have on countless others.




“As the Court stated at the hearing, Defendant filed his motion without any evidence. The motion is remarkable in that it fails to include a single declaration, exhibit, or request for judicial notice. Instead, Defendant cites portions of various Internet news sources, social media posts, and legal blogs. These citations, however, are not evidence.”


While FDA MUST Take Down Horse Paste Posts, They Have Delayed

By the way, where are the Community Notes for that LIE the FDA promoted?

Further, a page on the agency’s website titled “Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19” also remains live, in which the agency states that the “FDA has not authorized or approved ivermectin for use in preventing or treating COVID-19 in humans or animals.” The page also says no data exist showing ivermectin to be effective against COVID-19, despite studies that show the drug to be effective against the disease.

Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, a practitioner in Texas and founder of the Coalition of Health Freedom, told The Epoch Times that she believes the agency is delaying the inevitable to avoid further public ridicule.

“My guess is they’re hoping all the negative publicity over the case will die down, and they can quietly remove them without as many people noticing,” said Dr. Bowden, who was among a group of doctors who initially filed a lawsuit against the FDA.

“We have three years of false propaganda to overcome regarding ivermectin,” she added.

Instead Of Putting Criminals In Jail, We Need AI To Runs Cameras At Michigan State University

“A former prosecutor whose office dropped a felony charge against the Michigan State University gunman that would have barred him from legally owning a firearm says such plea deals are “standard” practice.”

Carol Siemon

Plans for nearly $10 million in security system upgrades at Michigan State University following last year’s deadly campus shooting include a new video system that will use artificial intelligence to enhance surveillance.

A consulting firm hired by MSU to assess the response to the February 2023 shooting recommended the university use AI to monitor campus cameras, but experts have raised privacy concerns and warned of potential misuse.

Unlike most Michigan colleges, MSU lacked a unified system to review live camera feeds or quickly pull up footage in the wake of the shootings at Berkey Hall and the student union, authorities said at the time. 


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