Daily Archives: October 27, 2015

NCSU Snowflakes Upset Over Party

OK, I’ll admit, the party theme was in poor taste, no doubt about it. Who would have thought that college kids would engage in stuff that others might have said “um, maybe we shouldn’t do this”? Theme party causes controversy at NC State A controversial party, held on the heels of “Diversity Week,” is causing […]

If All You See…

…is a possible fizzy drink that releases evil carbon pollution into the atmosphere, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Jo Nova, with a post on the global warming crusade. And, since I forgot to press “schedule” for Monday, here’s a doubleshot. Patterico’s Pontifications has a post with MSNBC equating […]

Team Obama Very Concerned Over Homicide Spike In Democratic Run Cities

There’s apparently no explanation for this kind of thing! (AP) This year has brought an unusually grim and steady drumbeat of violence throughout the country. A 5-year-old girl killed this month in Cleveland in a drive-by shooting. Seven people slain in Chicago over the July 4th weekend. A young female journalist in Washington, D.C., fatally […]

House Panel To Investigate Adjustments To Climate Data

The disagreement on climate change, natch global warming, is not over it happening, but causation. Warmists maintain that it is mostly/solely caused by Mankind, especially from fossil fuels, and they believe in this so much that they will take fossil fueled vehicles to protests and climate change conferences. Skeptics believe that it is mostly/solely caused […]

Poll: Mass Shootings Reflect Mental Health Issues, Not Inadequate Gun Laws

Yet another poll which shows that the gun-grabbers are outside the mainstream American position (Washington Post) As Democrats look to make gun violence a core issue in the 2016 presidential campaign, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds wide agreement that gun violence is a problem but bitter and stark division on whether new gun […]

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