Daily Archives: March 11, 2014

Whew! Another Moonbat Article Describing How To Talk To A Denier

Personally, I recommend starting out with a discussion of how you’ve changed your own life, rather than by using a word comparing people who do not believe that anthropogenic forces are mostly/solely causing hotcoldwetdry How to Talk to a Climate Change Denier The contest is joined. On one side there is the near-unanimous conclusion of […]

Bummer: “Climate Change” To Reduce Surfing Waves

This article brought to you by computer models and idiocy (Guardian) Researchers have warned surfers that climate change will significantly reduce the number of large waves off Australia‚Äôs east coast in the coming decades. The research found that an increase in greenhouses gases will cut the number of days with large ocean waves more than […]

If All You See…

…is a world killing plastic bottle of water, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Victory Girls Blog, with a post on libs wanting to ban the word “bossy”. PS: as I note now and then when mentioning plastic water bottles, this issue may be typical Warmist hysteria, but they […]

Feedly, The Best Feedreader

With the demise of Google Reader, people, including myself, scrambled for new feedreaders. First, a quick explanation of what a feedreader does, for those unaware. A good chunk of websites have what is called RSS, Really Simply Syndication/Rich Site Summery. There are various types of RSS feeds, RSS, RSS2, Atom, and others. They can syndicated […]

Dems Stayed Up All Night For “Climate Change” And Gave Us The Lorax

So, as we all know, Senate Democrats had a sleepover to yammer on about “climate change” Monday night, which was mostly about fundraising and exciting the base, since they had no legislation to offer, and Democrats control the Senate. The biggest thing to come out of the sleepover? The Lorax (The Hill) Sens. Ed Markey […]

Hooray, Obamacare Slightly Reducing Uninsured Rate

This is one of two stories the media is crowing about, the other being CNN’s poll about approval for Ocare “rebounding” (IBT) The uninsured rate among all major demographic groups in the U.S. is going down, but Hispanics are still among the least insured in the country, a new survey found. The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, […]

Bad Behavior has blocked 6930 access attempts in the last 7 days.