Tag: Society

Still more politicized pseudo-science?

| December 15, 2014
Still more politicized pseudo-science?

The neonics and honeybees saga takes interesting, potentially fraudulent turn. Widening efforts to blame neonicotinoid pesticides for honeybee “colony collapse disorder” and other “beepocalypse” problems have taken a fascinating turn. Insisting that scientific evidence shows a clear link between neonics and honeybee population declines, EU anti-insecticide campaigners persuaded the European Union to impose a two-year […]

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We’re Number Two

| December 15, 2014
We’re Number Two

  The U.S. was the world’s number one economy prior to World War II, but it took off bigtime after the war and there has not been a day of my long life in which we were not number one—until now. The International Monetary Fund recently released its calculations regarding the world’s economy and concluded […]

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Greenpeace again offends indigenous people

| December 13, 2014
Greenpeace again offends indigenous people

By Craig Rucker Radical global warming campaigners trespass on treasured Inca cultural sites. Greenpeace likes to pretend it’s on the side of local people, especially indigenous peoples. But time and again they demonstrate a shocking degree of cultural boorishness. Now Greenpeace activists have Peruvians up in arms, after trespassing all over treasured Incan cultural sites […]

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The New Congress Must Save the USA from the EPA

| December 13, 2014
The New Congress Must Save the USA from the EPA

  When the Republican Party takes over majority control of Congress in January, it will face a number of battles that must be fought with the Obama administration ranging from its amnesty intentions to the repeal of ObamaCare, but high among the battles is the need to rein in the metastasizing power of the Environmental […]

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They Get the Subsidy, Taxpayers Get the Bill

| December 13, 2014
They Get the Subsidy, Taxpayers Get the Bill

  Right now Sen. David Vitter, R-La., is not very popular in Harry Reid’s Democrat Senate. The irony is he may not be much more popular with the leadership in Mitch McConnell’s Republican Senate next year.   Vitter is one of those annoying people who believe members of the House and Senate should be subject […]

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The Expert’s Cloudy Crystal Balls

| December 13, 2014
The Expert’s Cloudy Crystal Balls

  In late October I wrote a commentary “Is America in Decline?” based on a book by James MacDonald, “When Globalism Fails: The Rise and Fall of Pax Americana”, due for sale in January from Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Within days I received “The Accidental Super Power: The Next Generation of American Preeminence and The […]

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Divided We Stand: A Traditional Manifesto

| December 8, 2014
Divided We Stand: A Traditional Manifesto

By Selwyn Duke Conservatives are generally very nice people — who never saw a culture war they couldn’t lose. That is to say, we often hear cracks about how Barack Obama and his ilk may “evolve” on issues, but conservatives exhibit that tendency, too, and their evolution goes something like this: “Marriage is between one […]

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Let’s Cut the Fat Subsidies Farmers Rake In

| December 8, 2014
Let’s Cut the Fat Subsidies Farmers Rake In

  Now that I’ve recovered from a bout of tryptophan poisoning, I’ve been giving some thought to the photos of this season’s Thanksgiving ceremony, and the subsidies that often accompany the food on the table. Meat producers don’t receive agriculture subsidies; it’s the side dishes and the tablecloth that are killing us. The farmers responsible […]

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The Great Renewable Energy Rip-Off

| December 8, 2014
The Great Renewable Energy Rip-Off

  One of the lesser known attempts to prove that renewable energy, wind and solar power, can replace traditional energy sources–coal, oil, and natural gas–went belly up in much the same way current wind and solar companies depend on tapping the taxpayer for government subsidies in order to stay in business. Google’s Renewable Energy Cheaper […]

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The World’s Climate Change Mafia Meet in Peru

| December 2, 2014
The World’s Climate Change Mafia Meet in Peru

  To understand all the talk of “climate change” you must understand that everything and everyone involved—except for those of us who debunk the lies—are engaged in a criminal enterprise to transfer billions from industrialized nations to those who have failed to provide a thriving economy, often because they are run by dictators or corrupt […]

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