I'm with my state on cottage cheese, with Montana on "pumpkin spice anything," and definitely with Louisiana on "cookies with raisins".
The Babylon Bee continues doing a fine job.
This could explain a lot,
Auto enthusiast Eric Peters comes down very hard, not for the first time, on Tesla and electric cars generally.
If it is, then electric cars aren’t “zero” emissions. Not if they’re driven, at any rate. In order to move, they consume electrical power generated by the burning of natural gas and oil and coal — which produces plenty of carbon dioxide “emissions.”
But the fatuity of the “zero emissions” fatwa doesn’t change its power — the distortionary effect it is having on the car industry generally — which is being forced to build lots of electric cars to “achieve compliance.”
Cars for which there is no market.
Or rather, cars for which there aren’t buyers.
Astrophysicist Ethan Siegel thinks is have been verified pretty darn well.
Inflation has literally met every threshold that science demands, with clever new tests becoming possible with improved observations and instrumentation. Whenever the data has been capable of being collected, inflation's predictions have been verified. Although it's perhaps more palatable and fashionable to be a contrarian, inflation is the leading theory for the best reason of all: it works.
Not too surprising, but may be a helpful discussion for young people.
Answers to "If Roundup is so safe, why don’t you drink a glass?" and five other questions about GMOs.
Well, sure. Students who are trained to see the world as it is, not as they think it should be, will oppose socialism.