There was a land called Liberality Who touted their own kind of morality Pronouncements were shrill Water flowed up hill And spewed their own brand of banality “Adrift – A Journey to George Orwell’s 1984” describes an inexorable slide into the abyss described in Orwell’s book. It is a place where every aspect of human … More Liberal Prescriptions Have Passed Their Expiration Date
When all the climate change nonsense has played out, we will just scratch all those ridiculous regulations and resume natural prosperity – except in Boston if the environistas have their way. You see, they want to wall-off the water front because of rising sea levels. Welcome to Rotterdam. And who is cogitating this monstrosity? Surprise, … More A Wall of Ignorance
Do they think we are that stupid or are they? I am referring to the media and their reaction to a 90-day embargo placed upon immigrants from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen. Stories about this event are written with a self-righteous panty twist about what kind of country are we! They go … More Extreme Petty Ankle Biting
From ClimateDepot.com, “Renowned Princeton Physicist Freeman Dyson: ‘I’m 100% Democrat and I like Obama. But he took the wrong side on climate issue, and the Republicans took the right side’ Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist Dr. Ivar Giaever, Who Endorsed Obama Now Says Prez. is ‘Ridiculous’ & ‘Dead Wrong’ on ‘Global Warming’ Green Guru James Lovelock reverses … More Calling All ‘Experts’
It used to be, everyone was entitled to their own opinion, but not their own facts. But that’s not the case anymore. Facts matter not at all. Perception is everything. Stephen Colbert Now I’m not a techno-geek, but I flinched when I heard a panelist on a televised political discussion show say, ‘yeah, force … More Those Annoying Facts
Half the news that’s fit to print is an appropriate appellation to confer on all the newsies who qualify to be lumped into the category of ‘main-stream-media – lumped also in the sense of coal for their Christmas stockings. Recognizing that this is a potential infringement on the New York Times self-proclaimed goal, it shouldn’t … More Half The News That’s Fit To Print
You and a friend are having a discussion and you go to the internet to get the right answer to a question you have been arguing about for an hour. Your Google results produces a screen with half of it blacked out; as in redacted like a government document they don’t want you to see … More Republicans’ Corporate Overlords?