The Pathos of Al Gore
[In honor of Al Gore’s recent nervous breakdown, this piece I wrote on April 29, 2009 on Townhall blog seems to be appropriate. I thought I’d share it with you.] pathos 1 : an element in experience or in artistic representation evoking pity or compassion 2 : an emotion of sympathetic pity – Merriam-Webster Dictionary Following the tumultuous presidential election of 2000, Al Gore was | Read More »
Going Green, An Authorian’s Guide
There is an excellent commentary piece by in the StarTribune in the Sunday, June 6th 2010 edition of the StarTribune from Minneapolis. It is called “Going Green? Good Luck . . .” and it details the difficulties and problems associated with saving the planet from the benignly, yet evil actions of human beings. But, there are two especially interesting lessons to be gleaned from this | Read More »
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, Paul Krugman
The Tumbling House of Climate Cards
The “scientific consensus” surrounding Global Climate Change is now devolving into a delicious comedy of errors.
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Does The World Come to an End on Sept 10th, 2008?
When I was a little boy, I was told in church that the end of the world was near. I was told this by my Southern Baptist Preacher because he had it high authority that it will happen. He said, it was foretold in the Bible and there will come true. He quoted the various passages of revelations, about the end of the world and | Read More »