Daily Archives: March 28, 2018

NY Times Offers “Revised” 2nd Amendment

Hot take A revised Second Amendment could read: "The right to bear arms for hunting, sport and recreation being a cherished and time-honored tradition, the exercise of this right by responsible persons for these purposes shall not be infringed" #NYTLetters https://t.co/2vkXwj0p1J — New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) March 28, 2018 On one hand, this could […]

Poll: Groupthink About Non-Science Consensus Among Warmists Grows

Yet, strangely, the majority aren’t making big changes in their own lives to accord with their Beliefs, such as giving up meat, fossil fuels, living in tiny homes, etc (Washington Post) Fewer Republicans say they believe that there is a scientific consensus on climate change or that the effects of global warming have already begun, […]

If All You See…

…are white roofs designed to reduce the carbon pollution temperature, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is JoNova, with a post on how to destroy the grid with a million new electric vehicles.

Apparently, Ancient Britons Were A Lot More Relaxed About Changing Climates

Unlike today, where certain people freak out over everything that happens weather related Confronted With Severe Climate Change, Ancient Britons Kept Calm and Carried On Soon after the glaciers melted at the end of the last Ice Age, our planet was vulnerable to abrupt and dramatic shifts in climate, including prolonged cold snaps that lasted […]

Surprise: Democrats Introduce Bill Requiring Background Checks For All Ammo Purchases

No matter how they position this as being anti-criminal, all it does is cause problems for the law abiding citizens who purchase ammunition (Daily Caller) In the wake of the “March For Our Lives” rally Saturday, and with no legislative appetite for more gun control laws, Democrats in both the House and Senate have introduced […]

Orange County Votes To Ignore California Sanctuary Laws While AG Threatens To Take Action

The dominoes are starting to fall in California in resistance to California’s sanctuary state laws (LA Times) The Orange County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to move against the state’s “sanctuary” laws, adding a powerful voice to a growing backlash in some conservative parts of California to the state’s pro-immigration policies. The board voted […]

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