Daily Archives: June 16, 2013

Watcha Reading?

Whew! Finished The Slightest Hope Of Victory (Outside Context Problem) by Christopher Nuttall, all roughly 500 pages. It was well worth the $3.99. The ending was a bit contrived and quick, but, then, most invasion from outer space by superior beings tend to be that way. I’ll give it 4.5 stars Now reading the latest […]

On “Climate Change”, Do The Math?

How about “do the science”, instead? (Stuff) “Do the math!” says American climate activist and campaigner Bill McKibben who has just visited New Zealand to spread the global warming gospel. Doing the ‘math’ on global warming will supposedly prove we are on the brink of climate catastrophe, about to encounter the much-touted “tipping point”. Wait, […]

If All You See…

…is a wonderful Gaia friendly bike that should still be banned because it uses oil for lubrication, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Autonomous Mind, with a post on the great wind power ripoff.

Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup

Happy Sunday! Another day to celebrate the wonders of the US surveillance state! Oh, fine, OK, that’s a bit of a bummer. But, hey, Happy Father’s Day to all! This pinup is by Gil Elvgren, with a wee bit of help. What is happening in Ye Old Blogosphere? The Fine 15 Just One Minute discusses […]

Washington Post: Eric Holder’s Kind Of An Awesome AG, Isn’t He?

Unsurprisingly, the authors of the letter to the editor served under Holder Eric Holder has been an excellent attorney general We were disappointed to read David Ignatius’s June 9 op-ed column, “A mediocre attorney general,” purporting to represent the views of a number of unnamed Washington lawyers about Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.’s tenure. […]

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