Back to the Future: What history teaches us about gun confiscations ~ link ~ They work really well if your name is Hitler or Lenin or Pol Pot!!! They...the demonic monsters...always come for your guns first...then you, in the middle of the night! Stirling
The gun control advocates are positioning themselves and their gun-grabbing policies to be perfectly timed to influence people during this window of opportunity motivated by the highly suspicious set of mass shootings (e.g. Batman shootings, Sandy Hook shootings).
Rochester NY digs out after record snowfall ~ link
Frigid weather continues to claim lives in Russia ~ link ~ As temperatures plummet to -50 Celsius in some parts of Russia, thousands have been evacuated from their homes in the country's Far East and Siberia. More than 120 people have died from the severe cold -- at least seven in the last 24 hours.
Meteorologists say the country is experiencing one of its coldest winters in decades.
In the Far East region of Magadan, 300 kilometers of roads remain blocked by heavy snow. Plows and machines can not reach those roads to clear them. In some places, snow is as much as five meters deep.
South Korea: Heavy snowfall causes headaches in southern region ~ link ~ “It doesn’t snow much in Gimhae,” Roh told the JoongAng Ilbo. “Not many drivers have tire chains. It was terrible to drive because many roads are icy due to the early morning snow.”
The Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) said yesterday the Chungcheong and southern regions of the country, including Busan, Ulsan and South Gyeongsang, had heavy snow from 1 to 3 a.m.: 31 centimeters (12 inches) on Ulleung Island; 20 centimeters in Geoje, South Gyeongsang; 16 centimeters in Hapcheon; 14.6 centimeters in Jinju; 15.5 centimeters in Daegwanryeong; 12.4 centimeters in Daegu and 8.5 centimeters in Gumi as of press time.
However, residents in the southern and Chungcheong regions had to deal with snow and icy roads all day long as the local governments in the area poorly managed the situation.