The Anti-Science Left Keeps On Keeping On
The left often calls conservatives “anti-science.” This is simply an demonstration of the psychological phenomenon of transference when a person attributes their own feelings to another. A great example of this, also from the left, is their insistence on accusing their opponents of racism while being utterly racist themselves. It is the left that does not believe life begins at conception. The left continually harangues | Read More »
Scenes from the Inquisition: heretic Nathan Myhrvold speaks.
(H/T: Instapundit) Get a cup of coffee, because you’re going to enjoy reading this. Political movements always have extremists — bitterly partisan true believers who attack anybody they feel threatens their movement. I’m sure you know the type, because his main talent is making himself heard. He doesn’t bother with making thoughtful arguments; instead, his technique is about shrill attacks in all directions, throwing a | Read More »
Left’s War on Science Watch: Bill Maher edition.
Via Hot Air, and the best part? Watching the faces of his guests curdle. Ever so slightly. They start around the point where Maher starts babbling about inoculations. (Language warning): Interestingly, the people who most like to beat their chests and howl about all those awful ‘Christianists’ on the Right* absolutely hate it when the entire anti-vaccination Left thing comes up. Their utter lack of | Read More »
Hope and Change: Obama administration kills Kyoto treaty.
Fair’s fair: if the previous administration had to take the heat for refusing to flush the American economy down the toilet for the sake of that nonsensical treaty, then so can this one. This one goes out to every voter whose primary motivation for voting Democratic was climate change: The United States never ratified the agreement because it doesn’t require any action from the developing | Read More »