Daily Archives: March 23, 2012

NY Times Attempts To Become More Irrelevant

Question: how often do you see NY Times articles featured at Memeorandum or the blogs you read? Not that often anymore. When the Times tried their “Times Select” program, pay-walling certain content, the opinion articles were barely ever featured. They removed the wall, and suddenly Maureen Dowd, Paul Krugman, and the others were showing up. […]

Even Democrats And Independents Not Buying The Globull Warming Narrative On Warmer Winter

Perhaps I should add another category “Dying Science Cult”. First, Gallup people were asked if the winter was warmer than usual. I’d say “yes.” Then the followup, which was “If warmer, do you think the temperatures are mainly due to global warming (or to) normal year to year variation in temperature?” So, only 28% of […]

If All You See…

…is an evil fossil fueled car which Other People should not drive, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is The Air Vent.

Having Solved All Of America’s Problems, Dem Senate To Hold Hearing On NFL Bounties

Priorities (Politico) A Senate Judiciary subcommittee will hold a hearing on the bounty system allegedly used by several National Football League teams – one day after top coaches from the New Orleans Saints were suspended as punishment for a program that awarded players with cash if they injured their opponents. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), who […]

Good News: Government Information On US Citizens Can Now Be Held For 5 Years

Remember the good old days in the years immediately post-9/11, when Democrats freaked out over the government gathering information, which captured some data on US citizens? Remember the insanity over listening to international calls, despite still needing a warrant if it was determined that a US citizen was on the line? Back in 2007, Obama […]

DOJ Argues No Severability With ObamaCare Mandate

With Obamacare, the 100% Democrats who wrote this intrusive and hated law forgot to put severability within, and there has been much discussion, even within court cases, that if the mandate to purchase health insurance or pay a fine/tax goes down, so does the whole bill. The DOJ accidentally makes a mistake in arguing that […]

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