Cutting Back On Drugs Cured a Retired Minister
By Dr. Gifford Jones --Medical News
What’s the response that shocks me most during my many speaking tours? It’s the huge combination of drugs swallowed by many North Americans. Equally amazing, most people have no idea why they’re taking them. Over-medication is dangerous. It also results in staggering costs for the health care system. So can North Americans cut back on drugs? And what non-medication cured an ailing retired minister?
Obama Climate Agenda Banks on Wishful Wind Growth
By Institute for Energy Research --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
President Obama recently announced the final version of his so-called “Clean Power Plan,” which requires states to slash carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants. This regulation is the centerpiece of the president’s “climate action plan,” which is designed to eliminate the use of coal—and eventually, natural gas. To work toward the president’s climate agenda, the administration projects the U.S. will add massive amounts of wind and solar energy over the coming decades. In fact, the EPA mandates subsidized wind developers to add more electrical capacity to the grid in eight years than the industry did in the previous 118 years.
At U of Tennessee: Goodbye he and she, hello ‘ze’
By Dan Calabrese --American Life, History, Education
If you want to find some sort of silver lining in the cloud of America’s exploding cultural insanity, consider: The sort of stuff that conservative cartoonists would five years ago have depicted liberals doing, they’re now doing for real. Speech codes have actually been around for awhile, but it was only a matter of time before they took aim at specific outrages that offend their widdle sensibiwiddies, like the use of pronouns that oppressively acknowledge there is a distinction to be made between males and females.
Statement of Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis
By Liberty Counsel --American Freedom
ROWAN COUNTY, KY - Late yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court declined to extend the temporary stay of a federal court order involving Rowan County Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis. The federal court previously ordered Kim Davis to issue marriage licenses to the plaintiffs who filed suit against her. Liberty Counsel represents Kim Davis and appealed that order to the Court of Appeals.
In Wine, Accidental Superstars Abound
By David White --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food
“Born to Run,” the album that catapulted Bruce Springsteen into the national spotlight, celebrated its 40th anniversary last week.
OPEC Divorce And Self-Destruction Thanks To Saudi Oil Strategy?
By Oilprice.com--Dalan McEndree --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
“If you are the world’s leading energy economy, you produce energy, that’s what you do.”
“A government can stay irrational longer than it can stay solvent.”
“Even in the short term, you’re dead, if you commit suicide.”
The first quote modifies a GEICO commercial describing a free-range chicken (If you’re a free range chicken, you roam free, that’s what you do), the second, the famous John Maynard Keynes quote about markets (The market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent), the third, another famous Keynes quote (In the long run, we’re all dead).
Now get the Herman Cain Show as you want, when you want, without commercials or interruptions
By Herman Cain --Media - Media Bias
Like most of us, you are a busy person working, taking care of yourself and family, running a business, or going to school. You know you can’t trust everything you see or hear on mainstream media news programs, but you want to be informed about things developing in our nation that will impact your life, your children and your grandchildren.
Trump’s AD Era forcing Obama off the front page
By Judi McLeod --Cover Story
It’s September 2015, in the newly unfurled AD era, AD meaning ‘After Donald’.
Some are now noticing that when Donald Trump kicked off his campaign as a new kind of 2016 GOP presidential hopeful, he kicked President Barack Obama off the front page.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck: Why isn’t Black Lives Matter classified a hate group?
By Dan Calabrese --Cover Story
Nice object lesson this morning on how the left reacts to questions that make it collectively uncomfortable. It basically comes down to this: “Can you believe she asked that question? What a horrible question! Destroy her!”
Another BBQ Summer Fiasco: Met Office Gets It Wrong (Again)
By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
The Met Office has defended its forecast for a hot, dry summer despite some areas looking set to have the most rain since records began. As summer officially came to a close amid extreme downpours on Monday, the forecaster was left facing questions about why it predicted a ‘drier-than-average’ season even though a strong El Nino climate event was expected. In May the Met Office said that it ‘wouldn’t expect (El Nino) to be the dominant driver of our weather’ in the summer months. Yet this weekend Met Office chief scientist Professor Dame Julia Slingo said that the El Nino phenomenon had disturbed weather patterns, which might have been predicted. “We all know that forecasting months and seasons ahead is still in its infancy and much more research needs to be done.”—Sarah Knapton, The Daily Telegraph, 31 August 2015
Baby Recession No Reason to Blow the Budget
By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Aaron Wudrick --Canada
OTTAWA, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) today reacted to economic data released by Statistics Canada showing that Canada was in a technical recession during the first two quarters of 2015, showing contractions of 0.2 per cent and 0.1 per cent respectively.
Radical politics of Canadian Bishops seeks to turn Canada over to the lib-left
By Judi McLeod --Cover Story
The first obvious outcome of the Barack Obama-celebrated Pope Francis ‘Laudato Si ‘encyclical on the environment will be the return of the Lib-left as the Government of Canada.
It’s official, proof of which can be found online in the Canadian Council of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) 2015 Election Guide at cccb.ca under “publications”. Catholics like me were informed in paraphrased words at Sunday Mass yesterday, that the next four weeks during the federal election campaign, the homilies of all Catholic priests in Canada will abandon the Gospel of Christ for hardline electioneering advising folk to get out and vote Liberal on October 19.
Illinois now giving lottery winners IOUs
By Dan Calabrese --Cover Story
This is perfect in so many ways. People seek free money from people who promise free money in exchange for votes. They get the votes. But when it comes to doling out the free money, well, they’re a little short of money and they have a little problem passing the budget that would give them the legal authority to distribute it anyway.
But not to worry, Illinois lottery winners! Not for no reason did you put all your hopes for a brighter future on a crapshoot. The State of Illinois has something for you all right. Enjoy your big fat IOU:
So Much To Look Forward To
By Ray DiLorenzo --Cover Story
If you are listening to many financial experts, preachers and culture watchers, September and October promise to be from hell. Wall Street watchers hint at bigger trouble down the road. Many financial experts predict economic collapse and war. Bible prophesy sentinels say Elul 29 (September 13, 2015) is the end of a seven year cycle (Shemitah), a time when most major financial corrections take place. The conclusion of a tetrad (four consecutive blood moons) on September 28, 2015 coinciding on Jewish holidays, forecast a coming doomsday scenario. Some internet sites even predict that an asteroid, on its present path, will hit earth on September 24, 2015. NASA, of course, is unaware of any asteroid or comet that is currently on a collision course with our planet.
Fossil Fuels are the Major Source of Energy
By Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
One Paul Gilding recently posted an article with the title “Fossil fuels are finished—the rest is just detail.” That sure made my (thinning) hair curl. What a nonsense!