Monthly Archives: August 2009

Burt Rutan, green climate sceptic

I agree with him on many points – green tech is great, cleaning up the planet is a fantastic idea, but carbon credits? Bad idea My study is NOT as a climatologist, but from a completely different prospective in which … Continue reading

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Local “hate blogger” Hal Turner was an informant for the Feds

Via Breitbart: HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – A New Jersey blogger facing charges in two states for allegedly making threats against lawmakers and judges was trained by the FBI on how to be deliberately provocative, his attorney said Tuesday. Hal Turner … Continue reading

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Worst-case dystopia

Benjamin Kerstein describes our compulsive tendency to imagine the worst outcome in any endeavor: We are living in an age of catastrophic thinking. Our social and cultural discourse on any number of subjects—the environment, the economy, public health, technology—is defined … Continue reading

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Worst-case dystopia

Benjamin Kerstein describes our compulsive tendency to imagine the worst outcome in any endeavor: We are living in an age of catastrophic thinking. Our social and cultural discourse on any number of subjects—the environment, the economy, public health, technology—is defined … Continue reading

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Agri-intellectuals make this farmer mad as hell…

.. and he’s not going to take it anymore But now we have to listen to self-appointed experts on airplanes frightening their seatmates about the profession I have practiced for more than 30 years. I’d had enough. I turned around … Continue reading

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A Hazy Day in Northern NJ

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Cowards at Yale

When they had to choose between respecting sharia law… .. and respect for basic human rights and freedom of speech.. …Yale Press chose to respect the hand-choppers. Gawker and Hot Air report on Yale’s disgrace. The New York Times also … Continue reading

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