Daily Archives: April 29, 2008

Indiana Identification Law Flashback

‘Memba this? On the eve of a hearing before the U.S. Supreme Court, the Indiana Voter ID law has become a story with a twist: One of the individuals used by opponents to the law as an example of how the law hurts older Hoosiers is registered to vote in two states. Faye Buis-Ewing, 72, […]

Someone’s Getting Hurt By Global Warming

Looks like the Climahysterics are on a witch hunt (h/t Blue Crab Boulevard) By pioneering the science of seasonal hurricane forecasting and teaching 70 graduate students who now populate the National Hurricane Center and other research outposts, William Gray turned a city far from the stormy seas into a hurricane research mecca. But now the […]

Obamessiah Denouces Wright, Will Soon Pretend He Doesn’t Exist

From Ben Smith’s Blog In Winston-Salem, Obama sharply attacks Reverend Jeremiah Wright and the substance of his remarks yesterday, a far sharper disavowal than he gave in Philadelphia last month. The core of his message: That Wright was not only offensive, but the polar opposite of Obama’s own views and politics. “I have spent my […]

Oh, Those Peaceful, Law Abiding Muslims In France

Washington Post, skipping past the “let’s humanize Muslims” paragraphs This prison is majority Muslim — as is virtually every house of incarceration in France. About 60 to 70 percent of all inmates in the country’s prison system are Muslim, according to Muslim leaders, sociologists and researchers, though Muslims make up only about 12 percent of […]

Global Warming Today: North Pole Ice Free! Run Away, Run Away!

No, seriously, that is what is being pushed now You know when climate change is biting hard when instead of a vast expanse of snow the North Pole is a vast expanse of water. This year, for the first time, Arctic scientists are preparing for that possibility. “The set-up for this summer is disturbing,” says […]

Vote Fred Smith In NC

For those in the know, I rarely write about North Carolina politics. I think about them, but rarely write. It’s crunch time here in North Carolina, though, and I want to urge everyone to get out and vote on May 6th, and pick Fred Smith for Governor. He is the best Conservative choice, standing for […]

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