Biden's cabinet is criminally incompetent.
Those are not the Blue Ridge Mountains. There probably isn't that many goats in the State of Georgia. I'm guessing that video depicts the aftermath of a lightning strike in the actual country of Georgia or some neighboring country.
Forgot to mention this has happened before. 1995 in Nebraska and Iowa
As a person who lives in the midwest, I can say it was a drastic change in weather from the extremely and unseasonably cold and wet April and May, into all of a sudden 90's and hot sunny days. It was a shock to the system for everyone.
Officials with George’s Prepared Foods announced they were closing their plant in Caryville, according to Campbell County Mayor, E.L. Morton.
Officials with a food processing plant, George’s Prepared Foods, announced they were closing their Caryville location, leaving nearly 200 people jobless.
Campbell County Mayor E.L. Morton told WVLT News that he was trying to keep the plant open.
“I have contacted the Tennessee Economic and Community Development staff to request assistance in keeping the plant open or facilitating a sale to another operator,” Morton said. “I have requested Governor Lee’s assistance as well. My primary concern is for the welfare of the dedicated workers who have been the backbone of this operation. Our prayers go out to them as well as our very best efforts to keep them employed in Campbell County.”
Senior Vice President of George’s Food, Robert George, released the following statement about the decision to close the plant:
“Assuring the long-term strength of George’s requires us to carefully consider how our individual business units are performing and to understand their growth potential. It is a challenging time to be in the prepared foods business, and we have been carefully evaluating how we navigate the volatility in beef and pork markets.
We have made the difficult, but necessary, decision to discontinue production at the Campos Foods plant in Caryville, Tennessee, effective September 2, 2022. We have notified the plant community, our customers and team members who are affected by this change.
Caring for our team is a value we firmly hold, and we will work closely with our impacted team members in Caryville to support them as we transition. It is important to know we considered all possible options before coming to this conclusion, and while it is disappointing, it is the appropriate long-term path for our business.
George’s will continue to focus on producing high-quality poultry products and creating a strong and stable future for our business and for those we serve.”
They're resuming federal drilling.
You want the latest gas prices? Sorry. We're having a computer failure.
They're resuming federal drilling.
Correct.Too little, too late. Won't make a dent for November. Any land they start drilling on now won't hit the markets till post January almost guaranteed. Markets are NOT forward looking with inelastic goods. Once you've killed the Golden Goose, the sky is the limit for the price (or shortages).
On top of that, the main problem isn't a lack of oil, it's a lack of refining capacity. The last refinery built in the USA was in 1977. Building new refineries take 10+ years to build. The Keystone pipeline had some refinaries attached to it, which is why 30K workers were laid off when the project was canceled, but still this administration refuses to budge on bringing more refiners online. $10 gas and $17 diesel, here we come!
They've killed any investment incentive for refinery expansion. Refineries are already operating in the mid to high 90 percent.