Daily Archives: December 20, 2017

Big Changes To WordPress – Everything Look OK?

There was a big update to WordPress. I don’t see any issues in in Firefox, Chrome, or Internet Explorer (interestingly, I can see the Live Traffic widget on IE). Everything look fine on y’all end? My concern is about some code in core files that could have been automatically changed.

The GOP Tax Bill Shows Contempt For Democracy Or Something

Is there a Prozac shortage or something? The Tax Bill Shows the G.O.P.’s Contempt for Democracy The Republican Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is notably generous to corporations, high earners, inheritors of large estates and the owners of private jets. Taken as a whole, the bill will add about $1.4 trillion to the deficit in the next decade and […]

If All You See…

…is a world turning to desert from carbon pollution, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Bizzy Blog, with a post on the NY Times mounting a sexist attack against Susan Collins.

Good Grief: CNN Pimps Children’s Book About Santa And His Husband

If you thought that is was just Warmists, Progressive nutbags (who still demand their paid day off), and hardcore-athiests who try and ruin Christmas, well, nope. (via Twitchy) CNN promotes a children's book that portrays Santa Claus as a gay man, calls it a "new twist." pic.twitter.com/N3PdHMZaKF — Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) December 19, 2017 […]

Surprise: Warmists Blame Heavy Heat Snow On Global Warming

And people wonder why I refer to it as Hotcoldwetdry? No matter what happens, the Cult of Climastrology will claim some sort of link to global warming/climate change Climate change causes less snow unless we say it causes more snow https://t.co/keuzxycFps pic.twitter.com/1cq0umoG6y — Climate Change Dispatch (@ccdeditor) December 19, 2017 Scientists blame global warming for […]

Blackburn To Introduce Freedom Loving Net Neutrality Bill

Marsha Blackburn isn’t attempting to turn the Internet into a government run utility (Engadget) Last week, the FCC repealed net neutrality protections put in place in 2015 and returned broadband to a Title I classification. There were many voices expressing concern over the proposal and frustration once the FCC voted to enact it and a few members of Congress on both sides […]

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