Bill Gates has proclaimed, despite the increasing lack of evidence, that global warming is the single greatest threat to humanity. Apparently, no one has tipped him off that the science of global warming is most definitely not settled. One of the most recent projects coming from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, announced this past [...]
You’ve seen this famous statue found in front of the Rockefeller Center, haven’t you? Is this Greek mythological character really a super hero to today’s progressives? In looking around the Internet, my answer would be an emphatic yes. He was a favorite of Karl Marx, which may explain his enduring popularity among the left. From [...]
Call me curious, but it seems like a lot of big fish in the financial world these last few years have all gotten away from us. Add this week’s odd and unexplained stock market nosedive to the list. It seems like it is past time for us to start demanding some answers.
It’s amazing how quickly [...]
It’s called the “Tornado of Ideas” and it’s a sculpture on the Texas Tech campus that cost about $142,000. It was commissioned in 2004 and created by Bronx, NY artist Tom Otterness. Sounds wonderful, doesn’t it, a “tornado” of clashing ideas? It might bring to mind a place of higher learning where students are encouraged [...]
A vote is scheduled in the House Thursday which would be the first step in Puerto Rico becoming our 51st state. The people of Puerto Rico have the right to make this decision, but they deserve to have it presented to them in a clear and honest way. Would we really want to welcome a [...]
When it comes to rushing through the new financial reform bill, could it be we are suffering short term memory loss?
As defined on Buzzle.com:
Short term memory loss is, when a person is unable to retain recent incidents. Loss of short term memory can hamper your immediate course of action.
Yes, that has got to be the [...]
Today’s big headline on Drudge: “Arizona Police to Begin Arresting Illegals”. When you stop and think about it, it’s almost comical that it is a controversial headline for a state to enforce the law, but you can bet it is.
Get ready for the onslaught of the usual arguments on profiling, racism, “doing the jobs Americans [...]
This week, Kathleen McKinley passed along a story from texasgopvote.com about a disturbing curriculum being used in a San Antonio high school classroom. Teacher Barbara Geerdes’ lessons on the philosophical difference between conservatives and liberals could not have been more one-sided and inaccurate. It even incorporates a cartoon of an angel to represent liberals, while conservatives [...]