Daily Archives: December 3, 2012

Weird: We’re Climate Building Around The World Instead Of Here At Home

One of Obama’s constant refrains (besides blamestorming) is that we should be nation building here at home. So why are we wasting money elsewhere? (Washington Post) The mapping technology is part of a collaboration by the space agency and the U.S. Agency for International Development that helps cash-strapped nations deal with the challenges of a […]

If All You See…

…is a world flooded because someone charged their iPhone, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Theodore’s World, with a post on Dems loving socialism. BTW, someone asked me what the women bloggers I link to in these posts think. I have no idea. None have said anything negative. Yet. […]

Taiwanese Artist Takes Unnecessary Fossil Fueled Trip To Showcase “Animal Delegates”

Another day, another climate hypocrite spreading awareness while living a big CO2 lifestyle (Focus Taiwan) A Taiwanese artist is displaying his latest project “Animal Delegates,” which highlights global warming issues, at an exhibition being held alongside a U.N. climate summit in Qatar. Invited to be a member of Tuvalu’s delegation to the United Nations Climate […]

Washington Post: “Know Who Benefits From Charitable Giving? Only The Rich”

Fred Hiatt, the editorial page editor of the Washington Post, goes on a bit of a rant Paying for charitable giving …At first blush, it seems to make policy sense, too. The rich fabric of America’s civic life, from Boy Scouts to community orchestras to soup kitchens, is the envy of the world. Its diversity […]

Bob Costas Goes On Anti-Gun Rant During Sunday Night Football

Liberals just can’t help themselves (Daily Caller) During halftime of NBC’s coverage of the Philadelphia Eagles versus the Dallas Cowboys, NBC Sports analyst Bob Costas made a plea for gun control during his weekly commentary on “Sunday Night Football.” Responding to the weekend murder-suicide by Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher, Costas relied on a […]

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