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Morning Briefing for November 28, 2011

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Welcome back. I hope you had a great Thanksgiving and started the Christmas season engaged in the annual first religious rite of the season, i.e. untangling Christmas lights without using the Lord’s name in vain.

— Erick

1. North Carolinian Nathan Shafer arrested for threatening life of Gov. Nikki Haley (R, SC)…

2. ‘It’s Time To Close The NLRB For Renovations’

3. What Peak Oilers Won’t Tell You About Peak Oil

4. The Unelectable Mitt Romney

5. Union Leader Endorses Gingrich for President

6. #OccupyWalMart Protesters Occupy Handcuffs On #OccupyBlackFriday

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1. North Carolinian Nathan Shafer arrested for threatening life of Gov. Nikki Haley (R, SC)…

…but the white guy insists that it’s not a big deal that he publicly posted a promise to murder an Indian-American female governor if nobody else does.Please click here for the rest of the post.

2. ‘It’s Time To Close The NLRB For Renovations’

According to The Hill, unions and their Democrats in Congress are apoplectic over the fact that Brian Hayes, the lone Republican on Barack Obama’s National Labor Relations Board, has (allegedly) threatened to resign in protest over the union appointees at the NLRB deciding on Wednesday (Nov. 30th) to force ambush elections on companies and their employees. Due to a Supreme Court decision, where the high court ruled there must be a minimum three NLRB members to affect a quorum, with only three current members, a resignation at the NLRB would incapacitate the union-run agency.Notwithstanding Democrats fleeing from their jobs in Wisconsin earlier this year, oddly, neither the union bosses nor their paid shills in Congress seem to realize (or if they do, they’re not publicly admitting it) that the idea of incapacitating the NLRB came from their own playbook.Please click here for the rest of the post.

3. What Peak Oilers Won’t Tell You About Peak Oil

M. King Hubbert is the father of Peak Oil theory. In a 1956, he paper correctly called the timing of the peak in U.S. crude oil production in the early 1970s.Neo-Malthusians and Progressives make sure you know about Hubbert’s pessimistic outlook for conventional crude oil. They made Hubbert a household name, the only oil technologist whose name they use without adding “sellout” or “whore”.But here’s what they never tell you about what Hubbert’s wrote…Please click here for the rest of the post.

4. The Unelectable Mitt Romney

I believe that contrary to what the Establishment would have us believe that Mitt Romney is actually the least electable candidate in the GOP primary. The above photo features a younger Mitt Romney (in the center, naturally) when he was part of Bain Capital. Get used to seeing it. It will be on busses and billboards across the nation if Romney wins the nomination. And it will be the image people take into the voting booth on Election Day.Please click here for the rest of the post.

5. Union Leader Endorses Gingrich for President

The New Hampshire Union Leader, New Hampshire’s largest newspaper endorses Newt Gingrich for president.Please click here for the rest of the post.

6. #OccupyWalMart Protesters Occupy Handcuffs On #OccupyBlackFriday

Apparently, the Black Friday Occupation isn’t working out so well for some #OWS protesters in Oklahoma City [#OccupyOKC].After standing in the middle of the check out lanes and attempting to convince the WalMart workers to give up their jobs (jobs are slavery now, according to #OccupyOKC) and the shoppers to quit shopping, they tried to make a run for it and, based on the final scene, appear to have gotten the opportunity to occupy a jail cell.Please click here for the rest of the post.

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