Daily Archives: July 5, 2013

Paper: No Significant Change In Storminess Since 1900

Wait, what? Climahysterics tell us that weather has gotten weirder, that storms are so much super duper worse…um, no (The Hockey Schtick) A new paper published in Nature Climate Change finds no evidence that the frequency of U.S.  ‘extreme weather events’ has changed over the last century. “Using hourly precipitation records from thirteen sites, this study finds […]

Was Paul Revere An Alarmist?

For a pre-Independence Day post, this is what we get from the Hufftard Post with the same title On this Independence Day, it is worth reflecting on the willingness of our founding fathers to sacrifice their own comforts for the future–for many generations to come, including ours. They didn’t argue about discount rates, or how […]

If All You See…

…is a wonderful Earth friendly bike which The Government should give to everyone for free, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is The Other McCain, with a post on authentic frontier gibberish

Sadly, Snowden’s Nightmare Comes True

So says The Politico Edward Snowden’s nightmare may be coming true. Not exile; not the danger of imprisonment or prosecution; and not his newfound association with dictators, lawyers and impresarios. Snowden’s worst fear, by his own account, was that “nothing will change.” “People will see in the media all these disclosures, they’ll know the lengths […]

Nanny Bloomberg Pushes Law To Force Composting

Why is NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg such a popular fellow? Because he perfectly encapsulates what Progressives stand for: bigger and bigger governmental control over Other People’s lives, from big things down to the tiny things. This is what Progressives want, but notice the use of the phrase “Other People’s lives”. When it comes to laws, […]

NY Times Publishes Pro-Muslim Brotherhood Op-Ed

Of course, this is one of the great things about American democracy (don’t start with the “it’s a Republic” thing), based on the 1st Amendment: allowing other viewpoints. Which is interesting for the NY Times, because, at best, they rarely allow more than super-squishy Republicans to publish op-eds. Anyhow, here’s the Brookings Institute’s Shadi Hamid, […]

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