The Global Warming Scandal Is Political; Not Scientific
Says it all about fake Climate Science. It’s a rare day on the blogosphere on which one of your strongly-worded, ideologically-driven invectives of scorn and spite enrages….pretty much everybody*! It’s possibly a sign that I’ve mastered the medium and am doing this stuff the right way. One such post of mine opined that Modern Science needed a version of Sarbanes-Oxley legislation | Read More »
Something Wicked This Way Comes
History may not repeat itself, but it does rhyme. Supposedly Mark Twain said that. Whoever actually said it would be in iambic pentameter right now. Yesterday, the Juice Vox Media kids unveiled their propaganda interview with President Obama. Were Vox a Nevada Corporation, it’d have to register as a sex worker considering the rub and tug of the President that the interview amounted to. In | Read More »
Tech at Night: FCC sends a message of a regulated, socialized Internet
By ignoring federalism and imposing the option of socialized Internet nationwide, Tom Wheeler, FCC Chairman, says he’s sending a ‘clear message’. He’s right. He’s sending a message of socialism Combine that with the coming takeover of the Internet, and it’s a terrible situation.
How to get Obamacare supporters upset about Obamacare: personally inconvenience them.
Obamacare supporters are more likely to get upset when the shiny new healthcare law bites them, personally, on the rear. Go figure.
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The Crusades Are Over; Focus On The Threat At Hand
In case you missed it, President Obama’s remarks at last week’s National Prayer Breakfast have disappointed, frustrated, and stunned many Americans. Speaking about how we should grapple with the threat of radical Islamic terrorism, he said, “And lest we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds | Read More »
Jeb Bush: If you like your borders you can keep your borders
According to the AP, the Democrats are planning on defeating the Jeb Bush juggernaut by painting him as the second third coming of Mitt Romney: Mitt Romney opposed the government’s rescue of U.S. automakers. So did Jeb Bush. Both worked in finance and backed the Wall Street bailout. Both are advocates of tax cuts that Democrats contend only benefit the wealthy and big business. While | Read More »
Simon via Life Dynamics Apparently murder is now a standard of care in the medical field. Didn’t get the notice? Well, hang on because today’s stories are going get your pulse up. Let’s start in Corpus Christi, Texas at Driscoll Children’s Hospital where LifeNews reports doctors refused to give treatment to a 12-year old until the parents went to court: Following a severe | Read More »
This is Important
This is important. The tolerance-loving terrorist apologists, having failed to dissuade Benjamin Netanyahu from canceling his speech before a joint session of Congress, are now trying to astroturf the issue. They have the Anti-Defamation League in their corner. They’ve got the Israeli press making noises that Bibi should cancel. They’re trying to put a deal together for Bibi to visit the White House if he | Read More »
Government Broadband Plan Would Move US Policy to the Left of Europe
From the diaries… Last year the European Union (EU) ruled that government owned broadband networks are harmful to competition and counterproductive to broadband deployment in markets with private competitors — like the market in Cedar Falls, Iowa where the President spoke. In a speech preceding the State of the Union Address, President Obama said that preempting state laws prohibiting municipalities from owning broadband networks puts him on the | Read More »
Bobby Jindal Versus the Lily-Livered
It’s another budget year in Louisiana, which means that it’s time for the annual festival in which lily-livered Republicans and the media they enable gather to wring their hands about Bobby Jindal’s fiscal policies. This year the hand wringing is perhaps more fervent than ever given governor Jindal’s elevated national profile due to the speculation that he will run for President. A sample of the | Read More »
Union Pensions Take a Hit in Bankruptcy Ruling
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the big news in bankruptcy settlement law, Ecuador’s new digital currency and why it’s not like Bitcoin.
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Gallup exposes pro-abort GOP politicians for what they are
Over the past years we social conservatives have heard time and again about abortion being a loser at the polls. Just a few weeks ago a caucus of Quisling women Republicans sold out babies who will be killed by late term abortion. They did this by posturing as some kind of latter-day Machiavellis whose intimate knowledge of the uterus would save the GOP from folly. | Read More »
Saving You From Beer
In Georgia, we have a first hand look today at crony capitalism and its destructive effects on your liberty. After the end of prohibition, Georgia adopted a three-tier system for selling alcohol. Brewers and distillers make it, then a distribution company sells it for them, and retailers purchase and resell to the public. With the rise of craft breweries, however, the three-tier system creates a | Read More »
Lawfare: Feds Launch Another New Probe Against Governor Christie
The Obama administration’s never-ending investigations against New Jersey GOP Governor Chris Christie continue, as the Feds launch a new probe. Christie hasn’t even announced his presidential campaign yet, and the Democrats are already loading their trebuchets with Jersey mud. The International Business Times reported Bennet Barlyn’s allegation that he was fired from his job with the Hunterdon County prosecutor’s office as retaliation for his opposing the state’s | Read More »