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It’s rarely about the environment anymore

| October 27, 2014
It’s rarely about the environment anymore

  It’s about slashing our energy use, free enterprise, job creation, living standards and freedoms. Back in 1970, when I got involved in the first Earth Day and nascent environmental movement, we had real pollution problems. But over time, new laws, regulations, attitudes and technologies cleaned up our air, water and sloppy industry practices. By […]

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Climate Change Insanity

| October 24, 2014
Climate Change Insanity

  I went out for a walk today and enjoyed seeing how the autumn leaves are changing color because autumn, simply stated, is one of the four seasons that affects the Earth. It is part of the change that occurs as it has for billions of years. The notion that humans have anything to do […]

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No Ebola Panic Despite Media Hysteria

| October 23, 2014
No Ebola Panic Despite Media Hysteria

  One man has died of Ebola in the U.S. and he came here from Liberia. Two of the nurses that tended him are in intensive care and likely to survive. A third was thought to be infected, but wasn’t. That news has been sufficient to keep most Americans calm as the media has done […]

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Ebola the Clown: A CDC Production

| October 20, 2014
Ebola the Clown: A CDC Production

  Dr. Tom Frieden, head of the Center for Disease Control, is sorry. Now instead of one Ebola patient, we have a dead Ebola patient and a newly infected nurse, with a third showing symptoms as she flies about the country. Frieden laments, “I wish we had put [an Ebola containment] team like this on […]

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An American Decline that Must Be Reversed

| October 16, 2014
An American Decline that Must Be Reversed

  The tendency of pundits is to address the decline in American culture and traditional moral values. The concerns addressed include the rather sudden, but widespread embrace of same-sex marriages or calls for the legalization of marijuana so anyone can get high without the fear of arrest. You can probably name a few things you […]

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Justice is immutable, Tyranny is Elastic

| October 16, 2014
Justice is immutable, Tyranny is Elastic

  By Al Cronkrite As our society bounces down ward, flowing this way now and that way a little later, it is difficult to pinpoint exactly what is happening until it has already overwhelmed us. Almost everyone now knows that football stars Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson are guilty of violence within their families; a […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month tribute to Moses Ezekiel

| October 9, 2014
Hispanic Heritage Month tribute to Moses Ezekiel

  Hello America and the World! The movie “Field of Lost Shoes” will premiere on May 17th. “Field of Lost Shoes” is about one of the more storied minor battles of the Civil War, when cadets from Virginia Military Institute were hurled into action to stop a Union invasion of their corner of the Shenandoah […]

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Obama misleads students about climate and energy

| October 8, 2014
Obama misleads students about climate and energy

  By Bob Carter and Tom Harris Climate change actually has little to do with energy choices In his October 2 address on the economy at Northwestern University, President Barack Obama told students, “If we keep investing in clean energy technology, we won’t just put people to work assembling, raising and pounding into place the […]

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Desperate Wildlife Extinction Claims are Part of the Warming Hoax

| October 8, 2014
Desperate Wildlife Extinction Claims are Part of the Warming Hoax

  One thing that those of us who have been longtime observers and debunkers of the lies surrounding global warming and/or climate change have noticed is that the “Warmists” have gotten increasingly desperate after more than eighteen years in which there has been no warming. As what they call “a pause” continues, they are coming […]

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RFK, Jr. wants me jailed … as a war criminal!

| October 5, 2014
RFK, Jr. wants me jailed … as a war criminal!

Perhaps he should serve time for eco-manslaughter and crimes against humanity? The “people’s climate march” was notable for the amazing energy, economic and climate illiteracy displayed by the mostly young people parading along New York City streets September 21. Their chants, rants and placards demanded that we stop climate change (that’s been ongoing throughout Earth […]

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