45 years ago today Ted Kennedy drove off a bridge with a female companion in his car. 45 years ago tomorrow the coverup began.
What more is there to say? Australia repeals carbon tax, and Australia repeals carbon tax.
‘Jihadi Vogue’ magazine lampoons Iraq’s Islamic State warriors.
Because they need all the ridicule we can give them.
In his new full-length documentary film, “There’s No Place Like Utopia,” Joel Gilbert found Peggy Joseph, the Florida voter who became infamous during the 2008 presidential campaign for saying Barack Obama would “pay for my gas and my mortgage.”
Suffice to say her tone has changed.
Nice article by an enviroweenie, who uses logic and reason to debunk the sexy ‘Boyan Slat’ idea. Actually pretty informative about the gyres and challenges cleaning them.
And a stormy discussion below about whether the author is bullying poor 19 year-old Boyan.
RuPaul speaks out against those who try to oppress use of words like ‘tranny’ as identity victims, uses hashtag OrwellAnimalFarm to make his point.
The Obama administration is more certain than ever that global warming is changing Americans’ daily lives and will worsen — conclusions that scientists will detail in a massive federal report to be released Tuesday.
Or would you do volunteer work because you feel called to do so, and not only do the work but fundraise to pay your way for the project?
Until the newspapers got hold of the story. Good thing we have a much higher level of trust in the media these days.
Taiwan TV catches up with CA state senator Leland Yee and his gunrunning. The ‘undercover’ efforts are the best part.
Bill Maher is an ass. No doubt about it. But in this segment he sets up his libtard panelists to trip over themselves. Watch to the end.
‘Brian Beutler of Salon thinks if Ryan’s comment was intended innocently it is even more damning because “it suggests he, and most likely many other conservatives, has fully internalized a framing of social politics that was deliberately crafted to appeal to white racists.”’
‘This is all so extravagantly overwrought and strained that it’s hard to know where to begin.’
“And while the avocado industry is fine at the moment…”
I’ll just leave it at that.
This article raises the question but doesn’t have an answer. But it does give some insight into the rest of the PC pecking order
Makes a lot of sense. It’s all about supply and demand – and immigration. And regulations.
A futurist horror story of equality in the United States.
Who is Harrison Bergeron?
In a 2003 speech at Caltech, Crichton shows that ‘consensus science’ has been around for a long time and is always tied to politics and money.
From WSJ: Health insurance should be individual, portable across jobs, states and providers, and lifelong and renewable.