October, 2011

Halloween Crazy: Thoughts from Obama’s Science Advisor

“Some form of ecocatastrophe, if not thermonuclear war, seems almost certain to overtake us before the end of the [twentieth] century.” - John Holdren and Paul Ehrlich[1]

Doom and gloom—and falsification of the same—hallmarks the long career of John P. Holdren, neo-Malthusian and now President Obama’s top science advisor.

By Institute for Energy Research - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

2010 Annual Energy Review

The Energy Information Administration recently released its Annual Energy Review 2010[ia], providing comprehensive energy statistics on all aspects of the energy system. In 2010, U.S. energy consumption and production increased for all fuels, except hydroelectric power. Real Gross Domestic Product grew by nearly 2.9 percent,[ii] energy consumption grew by 3.7 percent,[iii] and total domestic production increased by 3.3 percent[iv] over the course of the year

By Institute for Energy Research - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

Fossil Fuels Fight Back

Remember “green” Enron and “beyond petroleum” BP? Ken Lay and John Browne touted their respective companies as the new future of an old industry. Shell, too, burnished a green image from its European headquarters.

By Institute for Energy Research - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

Obama: More terrorists tried in civilian courts in second term

If President Barack Obama wins re-election in 2012—and no longer has to juggle his different constituencies—look for him and his ideological Attorney General, Eric Holder, to push for the closing of the Guantanamo Bay terrorist detention center. Then once successful expect to see the trying of terrorism suspects in civilian courts rather than military trials, according to some political and legal analysts.

By Jim Kouri - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

Appeals court upholds SAF victory in lawsuit vs. Seattle Parks Gun Ban

BELLEVUE, WA - The Washington State Court of Appeals for Division 1 today unanimously upheld a 2010 King County Superior Court ruling against the City of Seattle’s ban on firearms in city parks in a lawsuit originally brought by the Second Amendment Foundation, other gun rights groups and five individual plaintiffs.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

Hey Mississippi…That Was Some GREAT…Fried Okra!

Good morning guys, and welcome back to Ridin out the recession in Miz Judi’s Kitchen. We hope all are well today.

First off this morning, I have to tell you all that Deb is doing just great. Looks good (one of the reason I married her!), she feels good (another reason…aw, forget it), and is steady “upbeat.” She is truly one heck of an inspiration to me!
Now, about ole Mississippi. For those that don’t know, Mississippi, is actually Sandra. Sandra lives in Mississippi, which happens to be why I call her “Louie.” Just kiddin Mississippi.

By Dub and Deb - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

No Excuse to Not Vote

The NDP, Saskatchewan Party and Liberals have each released their party’s election platforms and one thing is clear – voters have three very different plans from which to choose.

By Canadian Taxpayers Federation Colin Craig- Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

FRC Blasts Supreme Court for Allowing Decision to Stand that Removes Roadside Crosses in Six States

WASHINGTON,  Family Research Council (FRC) strongly criticized the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision today to let stand one of the worst religious assaults in all of American history. The Supreme Court’s refusal to hear Davenport vs. American Atheists will now result in the removal of 14 crosses bearing the names of fallen Utah state troopers that have been placed at roadside locations. In addition to Utah, the cross removal order will affect five other states including Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Wyoming.

By Christian Newswire - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

Did you say Jobs?

imageBack home here at the Words Mean Things Ranch, Santa Anna Obama winds have once again fanned the flames of class warfare, envy, and, most tragically, the death of decency in the use of our language.

Obama and his minions persist in touting their “Jobs” Bill, “Jobs” Program, “Jobs” Creation, cynical to the last, inevitably certain of the success of their deceit.

By Dr. Brad Lyles - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

‘Corporate’ OWS to occupy Rose Day Parade

Some 40,000 Occupy Wall Street (OWS) activists will cash in on Rose Day Parade publicity,  Monday, Jan. 2, 2012.

“Bring signs, banners & tents…AND YOUR IMAGINATION” is the rallying call.

By Judi McLeod - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

Alarming New Global Warming

The Carbon Sense Coalition today claimed that a sudden bout of natural global warming was dwarfing all the scare forecasts of man-made warming.

By Viv Forbes - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

Liberal Media In Feeding Frenzy Over Possible Herman Cain Scandal

America’s mainstream media, ever on the look-out for a story (or unconfirmed rumor) with which to pummel any Republican, and most especially any black, conservative, is most surely in ‘salivate’ mode as moon- bat editors and reporters from coast-to-coast contemplate the potential devastation that might be visited on the campaign of Herman Cain who is simply the ‘wrong’ sort of black to suit their taste.

By John Lillpop - Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story

Cuba:  Peaceful human rights defenders continue facing brutal mob attacks

In the Eastern city of Guantanamo, the home of Niovis Rivera Guerra, (member of the Resistance and Democracy Movement), his wife, Yurilaidy Travieso and three young daughters, 13, 9 and 3 years old, was surrounded by patrol cars, military vehicles, and subjected to, at least, two days of brutal mob attacks (October 25-26, 2011) of around 400 people. Asphalt was thrown against the house, all the windows, as well as the door, were stoned and broken, the family received death threats, and Rivera Guerra was beaten and tear gassed. All this brutal violence was because the family displayed pro democracy and human rights posters in the front of their home. This is the fifth time in 2011, that the home of this activist is attacked. Several members of the Resistance and Democracy Movement were beaten and arrested when they tried to come to the aid of Niovis Rivera Guerra and his family: Hermis Figueras Ros, Francisco Osoria Claro, and the Adventist Pastor Raul Martinez Caraballo.

By Guest Column José Daniel Ferrer- Monday, October 31, 2011 - Full Story


a courteous expression (by word or deed) of esteem or regard;
2. courteous regard for people’s feelings;
3. a disposition or tendency to yield to the will of others;
4. a yielding of judgment or preference from respect to the wishes or opinion of another; submission in opinion; regard; respect; complaisance. Webster’s On-line Dictionary