June 25, 2006
The "scientific consensus"

If you're not a subscriber to the online edition of The Wall Street Journal, then you may want to pick up a copy of Monday's paper at your local newsstand for this article by Richard S. Lindzen -- a professor of atmospheric science at MIT. The headline should do it for you: "There is no […]

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June 25, 2006
Not quite

Austin Bay has a follow-up on the New York Times treachery describing the Times and its sources as the "Axis of Abuse." I agree with much of Bay's analysis, but this part shows just a fundamental misunderstanding of how the news business works. Bush Derangement Syndrome doesn’t explain the Wall St Journal– just “me too” […]

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June 25, 2006
What is an activist?

One of the editors at the Union-Tribune once mentioned that his daughter worked as an "activist." He paid to send her to UC Berkeley, so it shouldn't come as a big surprise. I would've made some crack about him spending all that money to give the kid a college education only to have it wasted […]

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June 25, 2006
Sabotage? I don't think so

Three idiots vandalized a nuclear missile launch site in North Dakota last week. The headline says they sabotaged it -- wrong. Using a sledgehammer and household hammers, all they would accomplish in 200 years is breaking the hammers. Rest assured, there would have been little problem launching that missile before, during and after the anti-war […]

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June 25, 2006
Fallout continues

Friday's disclosure by several newspapers, led by The New York Times, but including both The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times, of a classified program that has been highly successful in capturing terrorists worldwide isn't dying down in the blogosphere. Los Angeles Times subscribers Patrick Frey and Mark Danzinger have canceled their subscriptions […]

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Yet another example of how antigunners would prefer more gun-related deaths if the alternative is a pro-gun group getting some bit of credit for reducing them.

A cartoon that teaches kids gun safety is offensive now? I don't think any TV network carries Eddie Eagle. Only way a https://twitter.com/Jonas_EJ/status/1574423613121470470

Jonas Edwards-Jenks @Jonas_EJ

"Founder @shannonrwatts of @MomsDemand asserts that Eddie Eagle is 'a propaganda tool, similar to Joe Camel in marketing cigarettes to kids.' Her critique is painfully plausible." https://www.texasobserver.org/firearms-children-youth-market-nra/

Makes me embarrassed to be a 'scientist', whatever that means anymore

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