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No, The Average American Doesn’t Use Three Rolls Of Toilet Paper Per Week

Fortune Magazine’s 2.2 million Twitter followers woke up Friday morning to a news story that seems unbelievable. According to the magazine, “The average American uses 3 rolls of toilet paper each week—and it’s devastating forests.” Not everyone has the same bathroom needs and habits, but most people’s reactions to the tweet were similar: that seems like a lot.

Lawsuit could put U.S. government’s role in climate change on trial

UCLA Professor of Environmental Law Ann Carlson thought it would be dismissed. But the lawsuit filed on behalf of a group of kids alleging the U.S. government knowingly failed to protect them from climate change isn’t going away. The Trump administration alone has lost five appeals to stop it, two in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. If won, says Carlson, the impact on America would be “massive.” Steve Kroft reports on this unusual yet significant suit on the next edition on 60 Minutes, Sunday, March 3 at 7 p.m., ET/PT on CBS.

First Nations in Canada Are Demanding Property Rights

Sylvia Olsen is mad.

In fact, she’s spent at least the past 40 years outraged by the conditions that many of Canada’s 1.6 million Indigenous people live in—especially the 339,000 who live on-reservation.

Olsen, who has worked as a on-reserve housing specialist for decades, was just 17 when she moved to southern British Columbia’s Tsartlip First Nation reserve in 1972. She’s a white woman who married in to the nation, one of the 600 or so First Nations and bands that stretch across the country.

“You can’t actually believe that this exists in Canada,” she says.

She’s referring to a housing crisis that has plagued First Nations reserves in Canada for decades, and that is worsening with each passing year.

Michelle Malkin Unchained & Explosive at CPAC

Michelle Malkin’s speech at CPAC is a speech all Americans should listen to themselves. We promise you, it’s not boring. The left is damning her for daring to condemn the “ghost of John McCain,” but these are the same people who damn the ghost of Ronald Reagan and other Conservative heroes.

Michelle Malkin called herself a “proud, un-hyphenated, unapologetic, fully assimilated American,” and went on to target the topic of illegal immigration. She blasted Republicans and “the ghost of John McCain” for not combating the problems that have plagued the nation.

She railed against the “reckless, feckless liberal news media has finally, finally self-immolated,” and went on to speak about what she said was “the most important issue” facing America: immigration.


Time to restore some of our more interesting Trudeau videos, which individually give a scary picture of aspects of his ambitions, but taken together, may present something more sinister.

Let’s open with some nostalgia.

h/t Miss Trixie