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  1. Recorded history,a tiny tiny blip in time all things considered.The Earth will make it,it always has,probably always will.Chin up.
  2. As the Anchorage Daily News pointed out, official temperatures used to be recorded at Merrill Field airport, which was done from 1943 to 1952. Merrill Field reached the 90 degrees mark once before, but this is “the warmest temperature ever measured in the Anchorage Bowl,” tweeted Alaskan climatologist Brian Brettschneider. While a record for Anchorage, this is not a record for the state. In 1915, Fort Yukon in central eastern Alaska reached 100 degrees F (37.7 degrees C). More recently, McGrath hit 94 degrees F (31.6 degrees C) on June 17, 2013, accordingto AccuWeather. What caused the high temps in 1915?
  3. Aaaaah Trumps evil. On 3 April 2017, President Trump signed H.J. Res. 69, a joint U.S. House and Senate resolution nullifying Obama-era regulations banning the use of certain “predator control” hunting methods on the 76.8 million acres of federally-protected national preserves across Alaska. The repealed restrictions were enacted in 2016 by the Fish and Wildlife Service after years of disputes between the U.S. government and the state of Alaska over the legality of such practices as bear baiting, hunting via aircraft, killing hibernating bears, and “denning” (killing wolves, coyotes, and offspring in their dens) on or near federally protected lands. In an impassioned call to action, the Humane Society of the United States had condemned the bill, which they said ought to “shock the conscience of every animal lover in America”: In reality, however, most of those practices were already prohibited to sport hunters under Alaska law, and some of them, including hunting coyotes in their dens and killing hibernating bears and cubs, were permitted to subsistence hunters even under the federal regulations. The deeper issue all along was state vs. federal control of wildlife management. Despite support from scientific, environmental, and animal welfare advocacy groups, the federal restrictions were considered intrusive and unwarranted by many Alaskans. The state filed a lawsuit in January 2017 contending that the rules amounted to federal overreach, harming the ecosystem and citizens of Alaska. With the support of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and Safari Club International, Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska) introduced H.J. Res. 69 in February 2017 to redress what he termed a “wrongful seizure of authority”:
  4. "you had a group on one side that was bad, and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent." = DONALD TRUMP LOVES WHITE SUPREMACISTS. Ridiculous.
  5. No doubt there was,a lot of the people marching were there to protest the removal of civil war statues.A rebel flag is not a nazi flag.
  6. You are as quick witted and humorous as joe pasquale.
  7. The pricks with the nazi flags are retarded.,Antifa and the Blm are funded by everyones favourite old nazi sympathiser,Soros. They will stop at nothing to get the fascists into the whitehouse,they are furious she lost.
  8. “When fascism comes to America it will be called anti-fascism.”
  9. So people like yourself could stop wringing your hands over this garbage.
  10. Good God man,nobody gives a rats weeble about the kkk etc,they are fringe lunatics with about as much power as a football firm.That may be why he didn't mention them by name?
  11. It is a compilation of clips,dating back to the start of the Century,of Trump denouncing the KKK etc.Give it a watch before judging.
  12. A 10 minute video of Trump disavowing white supremacists.The left choose to ignore this though.
  13. A respected news organisation?
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