Vox Features Yet Another Climate Science “Denier”
By Institute for Energy Research --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
As an economist studying climate change policy for several years, I often feel like I’m in the Twilight Zone. To listen to the constant drumbeat of catastrophic predictions based on the so-called scientific “consensus,” and to witness the scathing denunciation of the “deniers” who are supposedly selling out humanity for money, you would certainly think that the periodic reports issued by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) would back up the alarmist rhetoric.
Full Disclosure For All!
By Leigh Bravo --Cover Story
Our government has pushed food labeling to the extreme. Demanding that calories, fat, sugar and other ingredients be fully visible to the public in order for them to be able to make informed decisions about the food they eat. But what about informing the public about the news they receive on a daily basis?
SAF Seeks Contempt Against DC For Stall In Wrenn CCW Case
By Second Amendment Foundation --Gun Control - Second Amendment
BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation is asking the federal court to force the District of Columbia to abide by a May 18 ruling requiring the city to drop its requirement to show a “good reason” before issuing concealed carry permits, or find the city in contempt.
Abortion Activist is Upset That Premature Babies Like This One Survive More Often
By News on the Net--Life News
This has a tremendous couple of weeks for the Pro-Life Movement, capped off by the 242-184 House vote in support of The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 36). This followed last week’s study in the New England Journal of Medicine that documented both that tiny preemies can survive if “actively” treated and that for unacceptable reasons some hospitals were only offering comfort care to babies born at 22 weeks.
Occupy Wall Street organizers out to “swing” Canadian election
By Judi McLeod --Cover Story
Adbusters magazine—the flagship of the Canadian non-profit Adbusters Media Foundation that spawned Occupy Wall Street (OWS)—is out to take down Stephen Harper’s Conservative Government in October elections.
The magazine that calls all restless millennials to arms in a revival of 1960-styled protests for ultimate Marxist takeover—is printed in the United States.
So the GOP Must Embrace Evil to Survive. Really?
By Lloyd Marcus --American Politics
A black liberal columnist made the point in his article that the future of the GOP rests on it getting rid of its conservatives. Then, the GOP can modernize; attract more young voters of color by embracing open borders, amnesty, abortion and all the other filth coming out of the Democratic Party. Embracing this strategy is tantamount to embracing evil.
Hillary Clinton lied when she swore she would faithfully discharge the duties of Secretary of State
By Al Kaltman --Cover Story
On February 2, 2009, Vice President Biden administered the oath of office for Secretary of State to Hillary Rodham Clinton. As part of that oath, Mrs. Clinton swore that she would faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which she was about to enter and that she took the obligation to do so without any purpose of evasion. She lied. At the time she took the oath she was busy setting up a private email server through which she would conduct official business, one that would allow her to cloak those activities which she wished to keep hidden from public scrutiny. In doing so, she at a minimum, violated State Department regulations regarding the handling of sensitive information.
New York Times Still Deceiving About Obamacare
By Roger Aronoff --American Healthcare
The New York Times is at it again. In a front page story in Tuesday’s print edition, the Times is dishonestly pushing an argument that they hope will result in a favorable Supreme Court decision for President Obama’s so called Affordable Care Act. The mantra repeated over and over again is this: those four words in the Obamacare law—“established by the state”—were actually an accident, a drafting error. And those words, according to the Times and all of the sources they chose to comment on it for the article, are being misinterpreted by some who want to, shall we say, “degrade and defeat” the law.
Bernie Sanders: We don’t need 23 deodorant choices when children are hungry
By Dan Calabrese --American Politics
Just as an exercise in curiosity, I’m going to try to think like a socialist. And since I really have no earthly idea how socialists come up with the ideas they embrace, I’m going to let Bernie Sanders get me rolling. Tell me, Bernie, your thoughts on economic growth:
Obama’s Floundering Executive Amnesty: Voter Fraud Based on Racial Profiling!
By John Lillpop --American Politics
Although President Obama and most Democrats like to pretend that supporting illegal aliens is all about love and compassion and keeping families together, the truth is far more harsh.
In fact, Obama and Democrats know that liberal “solutions” seldom solve anything, and frequently exacerbate the very problems they were supposed to solve.
Five Reasons Government Debts Aren’t Like Mortgages
By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Todd MacKay --Financial, Business, Economy
This column originally ran in the Winnipeg Sun on May 27, 2015
Every time the Manitoba government borrows money there is an inevitable comparison to home mortgages, but an inch below the spin is the glaring reality that government debt is nothing like a mortgage. Here are five reasons why.
Elizabeth Warren Bought Foreclosed Homes to Make a Quick Profit
By News on the Net--National Review
Nearly two years after Veo Vessels died, her daughter, 70-year-old Mary Frances Hickman, decided to sell the home her mother had left to her. A sprawling brick house in Oklahoma City’s historic Highland Park neighborhood, it was built in 1924, just a year after Mary’s birth.
Time to duck-and-cover. Marie Harf promoted - will join Kerry’s ‘Iran nuclear deal’ team
By Robert Laurie --American Politics
Obviously, the definition is derived from the infamous moment when State Department Spokesperson Marie Harf suggested that we wouldn’t need to worry about Jihadists if we just had some kind of jobs program that would keep them busy. This line of thinking relies on the idea that, if McDonalds would just implement a $15 minimum wage, radical Islamists wouldn’t behead Christians because they’d be too busy making them “Filet o’ Fish” sandwiches.
Why Americans can’t buy some of the best sunscreens
By American Chemical Society --Medical News
With summer nearly here, U.S. consumers might think they have an abundance of sunscreen products to choose from. But across the Atlantic, Europeans will be slathering on formulations that manufacturers say provide better protection against the sun’s damaging rays — and skin cancer — than what’s available stateside, according to an article in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society.