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Blathering Eco-Intellectuals

| September 22, 2014
Blathering Eco-Intellectuals

  I confess I have always been wary of intellectuals. They love arcane theories that often have little to do with real life and this is particularly true of eco-intellectuals who have embraced a panoply of lies and claims about the “environment”, “fossil fuels”, “sustainability”, and other notions that permit them to bloviate without once […]

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What really drives anti-fracking zealots?

| September 22, 2014
What really drives anti-fracking zealots?

  They want to end fossil fuels and capitalism, control our lives and impose eco-utopia. Recent news stories underscore the tremendous benefits brought by America’s fracking revolution. * The shale oil production boom could boost US crude production to 9.5 million barrels of oil per day (bopd) next year, reducing America’s crude oil imports to […]

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Go Away. Hillary

| September 18, 2014
Go Away. Hillary

 Other than earning her law degree, name one thing that Hillary Clinton has accomplished on her own. Her accomplishments—slim as they are—have been achieved on the coattails of either Bill Clinton or Barack Obama. Had she not been the First Lady, would anyone have ever heard of her in the context of high power political […]

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Liberated Women and the Traditional Family

| September 15, 2014
Liberated Women and the Traditional Family

  My generation, born in the late 1930s and the 1940s, has witnessed a dramatic change in the role and the rights of women in America. A significant result of the women’s liberation movement is a change in the role of traditional marriage that was reported in early September. “If you count a generation as […]

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Those 9/11 Terror Attack Predictions

| September 11, 2014
Those 9/11 Terror Attack Predictions

As we close in on the 13thanniversary of the infamous 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, the media is full of predictions about attacks that will occur. A September 2nd Debka File, an Israeli news agency, reported “Credible information has reached Saudi, British and Australian agencies that two al Qaeda branches—ISIS in […]

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Brother Rachid: A Message To President Obama From A Former Muslim

| September 10, 2014
Brother Rachid: A Message To President Obama From A Former Muslim

Brother Rachid, the son of a Moroccan imam, has posted a video called “A Message to President Obama From a Former Muslim” in which he attempts to give the President a crash course in Islamic studies. He begins by telling the president that he is wrong when he said that ISIL speaks for no religion. […]

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An Economist’s Bad Climate Advice

| September 8, 2014
An Economist’s Bad Climate Advice

If I need my car repaired, I do not take it to a dentist. If I am seeking advice about the climate I check out what climatologists and meteorologists are saying, at least those who have not sold their souls to the global warming/climate change hoax. On September 3 The Wall Street Journal published a […]

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Vitamin C and Ebola

| September 7, 2014
Vitamin C and Ebola

  By Jim Stone During the course of practically any viral infection, vitamin C needs go WAY UP, and in the case of ebola, they go SKY HIGH. So high that all conventional wisdom with regard to vitamin C is irrelevant. The dosings I have below are absolute minimums. Remember, that for as long as […]

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What I did on my summer vacation – another climatologist’s perspective

| September 6, 2014
What I did on my summer vacation – another climatologist’s perspective

By David R. Legates I recently read an article in which “hockey stick” creator and climatologist Michael Mann discussed his summer vacation. Reporting on his travels to Montana, Dr. Mann lamented the fact that glaciers in are receding. He blamed this on human-caused climate change. He said he tried to get away from work but […]

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War as a Fact of Life

| September 2, 2014
War as a Fact of Life

  Younger generations can be forgiven if all they know of war is what they have learned in school or seen dramatized on film and television. For most Americans, the Civil War, the two World Wars, and the conflicts in Korea and Vietnam are events that occurred “a long time ago.” For my generation, born […]

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