Daily Archives: June 19, 2012

Good News: Yet More Leaks On Cyberwarfare

As Allahpundit, Israel Matzav, and Ace point out, this is meant to prop up Team Obama, since we already knew lots of details, but to throw some blame at Israel (Washington Post) The United States and Israel jointly developed a sophisticated computer virus nicknamed Flame that collected critical intelligence in preparation for cyber-sabotage attacks aimed […]

UN IPCC Decides To Give Up Any Pretense Of Science

We already know that there’s barely any science involved with the IPCC: it’s mostly advocacy. Now, they are simply giving up and plan on using “grey” material (via Junk Science) (New Scientist) The IPCC decided for the first time to impose strict geographical quotas on the scientists who author its major assessment reports. There will […]

If All You See…

…is evil carbon infused beer making the atmosphere catch on fire, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Maggie’s Notebook, where Maggie seems to be back!

Democrats Still Whining About Neil Monro Daring To Ask Obama A Question

Good grief, they just can’t stop. This time it is “Karen Finney, a political analyst for MSNBC and Democratic consultant” penning a screeching whinefest op-ed at The Hill It’s not just that interrupting the president of the United States, as Neil Munro from the Daily Caller did not once but twice last week during a […]

North Carolina Democrat Party Considers Anti-Israel Resolution

I’m sure no one is surprised nor shocked by the blatant anti-Israel/pro-Palestinian terrorist leanings of the NCDP (Daily Caller) The North Carolina Democratic Party (NCDP) is seriously considering passing a resolution that would criticize Israel for its “illegal occupation” of Palestine, the latest in a long line of controversial moves coming out of one of […]

ObamaEconomy: Underemployed And Underpaid

Even the NY Times is forced to admit what everyone else except President “The private sector is doing fine” knows: the economy under Obama’s stewardship stinks at all levels Throughout the Great Recession and the not-so-great recovery, the most commonly discussed measure of misery has been unemployment. But many middle-class and working-class people who are […]

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