Category Climate Change

Ubiquitous Malevolence

If everyone was basically good, if we lived in Utopia, Wikipedia would work. But since politics exists, it doesn’t. They might have a date or an established fact you can get anywhere else, but it’s not a source for objectivity on hot topics. Wait, if Wikipedia is only good for information I can get anywhere else, doesn’t that mean it’s effectively pointless?

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Espial Adumbrations

The British historian, Timothy Garton Ash, travelling in Poland during the time of the strikes [in the 1980s], asked the demonstrators faced off against the police what they hoped to achieve. The memorable reply: ‘Forty years of socialism, and there’s still no toilet paper!’” (p. 48) The Year that Changed the World: The Untold Story […]

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June 11-17: Week Miscellany

News cycles seem to go around and around. Some of it is new and pointless and some of it is just plain old. Malcolm Muggeridge couldn’t have been more right when he said, “All new news is old news happening to new people.” Sometimes I feel like the news media operates a bit like this: […]

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This Weeks Miscellany

Some news items don’t deserve a full post. They’d be boring, or there’s just not that much to them. So this post is dedicated to all the midget stories — excuse me: Little news items. ITEM — Smucker’s in a Jam: This one is basically here because of the epic pun. J.M. Smucker Co. profits […]

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The Economist — All the Latest Styles and Facists

The Economist tells us that they aim to, “take part in a severe contest between intelligence, which presses forward, and an unworthy, timid ignorance obstructing our progress.” Which side are they on? The Economist is widely accepted to be one of the best sources for international events abroad. But having read their magazines, I often […]

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Essay: Tyranny vs. Liberty

During the days of Joseph Stalin’s rule over Russia, in a Marxist experiment, he made an unforgettable point in front of his henchmen. Stalin said nothing, but he clutched a nearby chicken, holding it with one hand and plucking each feather off of the chicken with the other. When he was done, he set the […]

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Climate? How Things Have Changed… Part III

(It’s been a long time, but this is the third and final part of this series. You can also read Part I and Part II.) We’ve already talked about the falsehood of climate change, and that the only reason to hang on to such an unsupported theory is faith/religion. Where is the support for climate […]

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Let it Snow!

I hope all of those world leaders at Copenhagen (to talk about global warming) brought their big coats and snow boots. Why would they do that? There supposed to be talking about global warming, right? Well, Bloomberg reported yesterday that, overnight, 4 inches of snow was heaved upon Denmark (where the talks are being held). […]

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U.N.Intelligent

The Copenhagen climate conference started recently. UNfortunately things didn’t start out quite as planned. Conn Carroll with the Heritage Foundation says that non-governmental registrants (for the conference) had to wait more than 8 hours in the cold before being allowed in. How can this be? Carroll explains, “despite some two years of planning, the United […]

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Climate? How Things Have Changed… Part II

Even with all of the evidence that discredits the significance of man-made climate change, some still hold on. Why? Faith. And what does faith mean? Religion. For example, Chuck Colson talks of a court case in England (last year) where “Tim Nicholson was let go from his job at a property management firm. According to […]

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Climate? How Things Have Changed… Part I

I’ve talked about Climate Change pertaining to population control, but we’re going to look at this tangled wad O’ sticky tar all together, in a few parts. Not to long ago, Al Gore said that the earth’s interior is “extremely hot, several million degrees”. National Review’s John Derbyshire says that if the earth was that […]

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