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Trump-Hating Oscar-Winning Director Paul Haggis Arrested for Sexual Assault


By J.D. Rucker • Jun. 19, 2022

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Transgender Org Releases New Guidelines, Lowers Recommended Age For Starting Children on Gender-Change Hormones and Mutilating Their Breasts

By Cassandra Fairbanks

Published June 19, 2022 at 1:30pm

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Power outages and brownouts become growing

concern as state electricity grids struggle

against heatwaves and record-breaking

high temperatures


Insider, by Jordan Hart



Posted By: NorthernDog, 6/19/2022 4:46:57 PM


Extreme heat early in the summer season is calling into question the strength of electricity and power grids across the country, as warnings about brownouts and requests to conserve power continue to rise. As temperatures increase, the risk of power outages grows along with them. Warmer weather means higher power usage as people turn to devices like air-conditioning units and fans to try to cool their homes and offices. A May report from the non-profit North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) predicted a "high risk of energy emergencies during peak summer conditions" in the Upper Midwest. "We've been doing this