Category Archives: News and opinion

Not all the news is fit to print for some people.

Nigel Farage Wins Second European Union Debate

The margin of Nigel Farage’s win was game-changing The betting was always on Farage to walk off with the big-buckled belt and, sure enough, he battered the other fellow almost senseless. YouGov declared him champ by 68 to 27 per … Continue reading

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Sobering vision of the future.

“The facts ma’am, just the facts.”   OK, watch this graphic of the loss of the middle-class, and upper middle-class areas (and people) and the explosion of the poor across Chicago,  a service of the Democratic Machine. Amazing Graphic Shows Chicago’s … Continue reading

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Sometimes I post here because I can’t comment there.

One-Third of Texas Was Running on Wind Power This Week On Wednesday, March 27th, the largest state in the contiguous United States got almost one-third of its electricity by harnessing the wind. According to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which manages … Continue reading

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Science. Not Hype.

A 30% increase in autism in two years? Oh, really? A good part of the blame for the appalling lack of scientific knowledge in this country falls squarely on the press. This is something we deal with constantly at ACSH: … Continue reading

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Hey Mom, read this.

My mother came in today and asked me if I had seen the story about the dangers or using gas stoves and cooking oil.   I asked her if she realized that for about 80,000 years mankind has been cooking with … Continue reading

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Can we call him a Traitor NOW?

Obama to Kill Tomahawk, Hellfire Missile Programs Cornerstone of U.S. Naval power eliminated under Obama budget BY: Adam Kredo March 24, 2014 1:23 pm President Barack Obama is seeking to abolish two highly successful missile programs that experts say have … Continue reading

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Tale of two Blondes.

If you thought you knew the details of the Andrew Wakefield vaccine-autism scandal, think again. We’re pretty sure that by now you’re at least somewhat familiar with the fraudulent (and supremely damaging) “research” done (made up, really) by Andrew Wakefield … Continue reading

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Why I love the British Papers.

British husband locked his wife in the garden shed because she kept chanting ‘ding dong the witch is dead’ after his mother died Andrew Salmon, 42, was upset by his wife, Beverley’s reaction when his mother died so he locked … Continue reading

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99 Most Important Events in WWII

   From: Greg Kottis (via Gail Bowers) Here are 99 points that cover the most important events in World War  II. This is well done historical material. (item 61 I added a personal note) 1. World War II was the … Continue reading

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Calling WWII British Vets.

Any vetereans of WWII familiar with the area between India and Malaysia?   Remember any hardened strips built during the war, particularly around the Anderman Islands?   Something that could handle a Boeing 777? Roughly 8,000 to 10,000 feet. (Same distance as … Continue reading

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