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Columbia Professor Carl Hart Admits To Regularly Doing Heroin For ‘Work-Life Balance’ by Lauryn Overhultz A Columbia University professor admitted to regularly using heroin to improve “work-life balance.” Carl Hart opened up about his recreational drug use in his book “Drug Use For Grown-Ups: Chasing Liberty In The Land Of Fear,” according to a report published Friday by the New York Post. Hart chairs the psych department at Columbia University, the outlet reported. “There aren’t many things in life that I enjoy more than a few lines by the fireplace at the end of the day,” Hart revealed in his book, according to the New York Post. (RELATED: Oregon Votes To Decriminalize Certain Amounts Of Heroin, Meth, Cocaine) Hart admitted he has snorted small amounts of heroin for up to ten days in a row and claimed that his habit is “as rational as [his] alcohol use,” the outlet reported. “Like vacation, sex and the arts, heroin is one of the tools that I use to maintain my work-life balance,” Hart reportedly wrote in his book. Hart opened up about his drug use in the book to advocate for the decriminalization of the possession of recreational drugs, the New York Post reported. Hart claimed in his book “that the demonization of drug use – not drugs themselves – [has] been a tremendous scourge on America, not least in reinforcing this country’s enduring structural racism,” according to the outlet.
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Rep. Chip Roy: Amnesty Bill Doomed to Fail, Paves Way for Executive Orders on Immigration by Robert Kraychikn Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) told Breitbart News on Friday that the Biden administration’s and Democrats’ amnesty legislation is “dead on arrival” and is a “sop to the radical left.” “The Biden administration just jumped right in and refused to actually have a secure border, which tells you everything you need to know about [the] legislation they’re putting forward,” Roy said on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow. The U.S. Citizenship Act, introduced on Thursday by Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA) and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) in the House and Senate, respectively, would provide amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. President Joe Biden’s and Democrats’ support for “open borders” incentivizes human traffickers who abuse migrants seeking entry to the U.S., Roy said. Roy remarked, “They’re literally issuing executive orders that violate [Joe Biden’s] oath to the Constitution to take care to faithfully execute the laws of the United States and secure our border against dangerous cartels [and] make sure Americans are safe, all while empowering those cartels to move human beings — immigrants — for profit across our border.” LISTEN: Roy added, “Democrats pretend they’re pro-immigrant and that they care about people. There are human beings in stash houses — right now — getting abused because of the policies of Democrats. They don’t care, because this is a political issue. Now they introduce legislation that creates an immediate pathway to citizenship for people who have come here illegally, and it allows aliens — believe this or not — that were specifically removed under the Trump administration to apply, even though all that was doing was enforcing the law.” “This is nothing more than a sop to the radical left,” Roy held. “This would be wide open borders. It would endanger Americans. To create an environment where you’re doing a massive amnesty — like this bill would do — would encourage more caravans [and] more people to flood our border.” Roy said, “This bill is a joke. It’s dead on arrival, and any Republican who votes for this should be shamed out of office, and frankly, any Democrat as well.” Failure of legislative amnesty to be passed into law, Roy predicted, will provide pretexts for the Biden White House to issue executive orders related to amnesty, immigration, and border security. “This bill is such total and utter garbage,” Roy said. He speculated that even Republicans who are “the most soft on immigration” will oppose the Democrats’ amnesty push. Roy remarked, “Biden knows full well that this stuff will be bad policy. I think he wanted to put it out there to appease [the radical left], let it sit, Pelosi can pass it, let it die in the Senate, because I don’t think Joe Manchin or any others will let this go by 50 votes. … At the end of the day, [Biden] knows he can do the most to what he wants to do through executive orders.” Roy concluded, “Mind you, by the way, [Biden] is currently having conversations with Mexico and with other countries, encouraging them to continue to try to stop the flow of people coming through the country so he can try not to have a humanitarian crisis at the border because he knows his policies are bad. He’s already doing three executive orders creating this environment. He knows what’s going on. He’s just trying to placate his radical left.”
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‘We’re back’ – Biden announces US return to climate deal The US has officially returned to the Paris global climate accord as President Joe Biden and other leaders declared the nation could not afford to sideline the growing climate crisis again. “We can no longer delay or do the bare minimum to address climate change. This is a global existential crisis, and all of us will suffer if we fail,” he told European leaders at a Munich security conference by video. “We’re back,” he added. Officially, Donald Trump’s removal of the US from the worldwide global climate pact stood for only 107 days, as part of his withdrawal from global allegiances in general and his often-stated but false view that global warming was not happening. The US return became official almost a month after Mr Biden told the UN that America wanted back in. “A cry for survival comes from the planet itself,” he said in his inaugural address. “A cry that can’t be any more desperate or any more clear now.” World leaders expect America to prove its seriousness after four years of being absent. They are especially anticipating an announcement in coming months on its goal for cutting damaging emissions from burning coal and oil by 2030. The Biden administration says it will settle on a tougher new target for his country’s emissions cuts by the time he hosts a planned Earth Day global summit for world leaders on April 22. He signed an executive order on his first day in office reversing the withdrawal. The Trump administration had announced its departure from the Paris accord in 2019, but it did not become effective until November 4m 2020, the day after the election, because of provisions in the agreement.
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Columbia Professor Carl Hart Admits To Regularly Doing Heroin For ‘Work-Life Balance’ by Lauryn Overhultz A Columbia University professor admitted to regularly using heroin to improve “work-life balance.” Carl Hart opened up about his recreational drug use in his book “Drug Use For Grown-Ups: Chasing Liberty In The Land Of Fear,” according to a report published Friday by the New York Post. Hart chairs the psych department at Columbia University, the outlet reported. “There aren’t many things in life that I enjoy more than a few lines by the fireplace at the end of the day,” Hart revealed in his book, according to the New York Post. (RELATED: Oregon Votes To Decriminalize Certain Amounts Of Heroin, Meth, Cocaine) Hart admitted he has snorted small amounts of heroin for up to ten days in a row and claimed that his habit is “as rational as [his] alcohol use,” the outlet reported. “Like vacation, sex and the arts, heroin is one of the tools that I use to maintain my work-life balance,” Hart reportedly wrote in his book. Hart opened up about his drug use in the book to advocate for the decriminalization of the possession of recreational drugs, the New York Post reported. Hart claimed in his book “that the demonization of drug use – not drugs themselves – [has] been a tremendous scourge on America, not least in reinforcing this country’s enduring structural racism,” according to the outlet.
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Rep. Chip Roy: Amnesty Bill Doomed to Fail, Paves Way for Executive Orders on Immigration by Robert Kraychikn Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) told Breitbart News on Friday that the Biden administration’s and Democrats’ amnesty legislation is “dead on arrival” and is a “sop to the radical left.” “The Biden administration just jumped right in and refused to actually have a secure border, which tells you everything you need to know about [the] legislation they’re putting forward,” Roy said on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow. The U.S. Citizenship Act, introduced on Thursday by Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA) and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) in the House and Senate, respectively, would provide amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. President Joe Biden’s and Democrats’ support for “open borders” incentivizes human traffickers who abuse migrants seeking entry to the U.S., Roy said. Roy remarked, “They’re literally issuing executive orders that violate [Joe Biden’s] oath to the Constitution to take care to faithfully execute the laws of the United States and secure our border against dangerous cartels [and] make sure Americans are safe, all while empowering those cartels to move human beings — immigrants — for profit across our border.” LISTEN: Roy added, “Democrats pretend they’re pro-immigrant and that they care about people. There are human beings in stash houses — right now — getting abused because of the policies of Democrats. They don’t care, because this is a political issue. Now they introduce legislation that creates an immediate pathway to citizenship for people who have come here illegally, and it allows aliens — believe this or not — that were specifically removed under the Trump administration to apply, even though all that was doing was enforcing the law.” “This is nothing more than a sop to the radical left,” Roy held. “This would be wide open borders. It would endanger Americans. To create an environment where you’re doing a massive amnesty — like this bill would do — would encourage more caravans [and] more people to flood our border.” Roy said, “This bill is a joke. It’s dead on arrival, and any Republican who votes for this should be shamed out of office, and frankly, any Democrat as well.” Failure of legislative amnesty to be passed into law, Roy predicted, will provide pretexts for the Biden White House to issue executive orders related to amnesty, immigration, and border security. “This bill is such total and utter garbage,” Roy said. He speculated that even Republicans who are “the most soft on immigration” will oppose the Democrats’ amnesty push. Roy remarked, “Biden knows full well that this stuff will be bad policy. I think he wanted to put it out there to appease [the radical left], let it sit, Pelosi can pass it, let it die in the Senate, because I don’t think Joe Manchin or any others will let this go by 50 votes. … At the end of the day, [Biden] knows he can do the most to what he wants to do through executive orders.” Roy concluded, “Mind you, by the way, [Biden] is currently having conversations with Mexico and with other countries, encouraging them to continue to try to stop the flow of people coming through the country so he can try not to have a humanitarian crisis at the border because he knows his policies are bad. He’s already doing three executive orders creating this environment. He knows what’s going on. He’s just trying to placate his radical left.”
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‘We’re back’ – Biden announces US return to climate deal The US has officially returned to the Paris global climate accord as President Joe Biden and other leaders declared the nation could not afford to sideline the growing climate crisis again. “We can no longer delay or do the bare minimum to address climate change. This is a global existential crisis, and all of us will suffer if we fail,” he told European leaders at a Munich security conference by video. “We’re back,” he added. Officially, Donald Trump’s removal of the US from the worldwide global climate pact stood for only 107 days, as part of his withdrawal from global allegiances in general and his often-stated but false view that global warming was not happening. The US return became official almost a month after Mr Biden told the UN that America wanted back in. “A cry for survival comes from the planet itself,” he said in his inaugural address. “A cry that can’t be any more desperate or any more clear now.” World leaders expect America to prove its seriousness after four years of being absent. They are especially anticipating an announcement in coming months on its goal for cutting damaging emissions from burning coal and oil by 2030. The Biden administration says it will settle on a tougher new target for his country’s emissions cuts by the time he hosts a planned Earth Day global summit for world leaders on April 22. He signed an executive order on his first day in office reversing the withdrawal. The Trump administration had announced its departure from the Paris accord in 2019, but it did not become effective until November 4m 2020, the day after the election, because of provisions in the agreement.
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