Daily Archives: January 30, 2017

Update On Threaded Comments

Have spent a little time working on the comments, finally found the right combo using some info from here where the page doesn’t refresh and have the reply showing at the end. When you press reply, the AJAX kicks in and you can reply immediately below the initial comment. It’s set to nest 5 deep. […]

Supposedly, Trump Is Definitely Pulling Out Of Paris Climate Accord

You know, that HISTORIC super crazy awesome accord that will lower the world’s fever by, charitably, just .05C Trump 'will definitely pull out of Paris climate change deal' | The Independent #SmartNews https://t.co/yAWo7fz5r8 — Paul Bonneson, J. D. ???????????????????????????????? (@pbonn1989) January 30, 2017 From the link A former climate change adviser to Donald Trump has […]

If All You See…

…are evil condiment bottles brought in from far away, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Ice Age Now, with a post noting that school kids won’t know what onions look like.

Climate Thought Of The Day

Via Meso. I know quite a few liberals are in apoplexy over the Canadian mosque shooting, looking to blame white people, Christians, gun owners, Trump and his “Muslim ban,” but, as we learn new information (Fox News) One of two gunmen who shouted ‘Allahu akbar!’ as they opened fire at a mosque in Quebec City […]

Fact Checker: Trump’s Refugee Policy Isn’t Really Like Obama’s Or Something

Glenn Kessler attempts to “fact check” a Trump statement, and highlights his partisanship and Trump Derangement Syndrome Trump’s facile claim that his refugee policy is similar to Obama’s in 2011 There are several important differences between the two refugee policies. “My policy is similar to what President Obama did in 2011 when he banned visas […]

Washington Post: Say, We Should Treat Trump With Professionalism, Not Partisanship

Fred Hiatt, the Washington Post editorial page editor, has an idea, but, that boat has already sailed, and may not ever make it back to port Trump considers the media his enemy. We shouldn’t treat him as ours. Our answer must be professionalism, not partisanship. It is not unprecedented for a White House to view […]

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