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Prof At The Nation: CO2 ‘A Far More Deadly Gas’ In Syria Than Assad’s Chemical Weapons

Mon 04/24/2017

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By Tom Blumer ~ On the day after Earth Day’s “March for Science,” it seems appropriate to point to a column by University of Michigan History Professor Juan Cole in The Nation, a far-far-left publication considered a credible and authoritative go-to-source by the liberal intelligentsia. On April 18, Cole, echoing statements made during their final years […]

Green Energy Poverty Week

Mon 04/24/2017

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From the Earth Day “March for Science” to the People’s Climate March … the watermelons roll By Paul Driessen ~ April 22 is Earth Day, the March for Science, and Lenin’s birthday (which many say is appropriate, since environmentalism is now green on the outside and red, anti-­free enterprise on the inside). April 29 will […]

French Presidential Election – Macron, Le Pen Go Through To Final Round

Mon 04/24/2017

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By Andrew Bolt ~ National Front leader Marine Le Pen goes through to the final run-off for the presidency of France – but came second in yesterday’s election to young centrist Emmanuel Macron, the former  socialist and banker. That confirms she will lose in the run-off – not just because she came second but because Macron […]

Vanity Fair Begs Media: Please Stop ‘Making Offerings To The Clinton Gods!’

Sun 04/23/2017

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By P.J. Gladnick ~ Hillary Clinton has just come off the most humiliating political defeat in the memory of most Americans. Despite the unrelenting hype for her candidacy and the absolutely certainty among the mainstream media that she would win the 2016 presidential election…she lost. Unfortunately the media seems unable to quit with the Clinton […]

Why We Aren’t Heading For World War 3

Sun 04/23/2017

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By Daniel Hannan ~ There’s a reason that no one has dropped a nuclear bomb since 1945. That reason is, well, reason. There have been vanishingly few circumstances where a nuclear attack could be justified in terms of rational self-interest. From the 1950s to the 1980s, nuclear obliteration was seen, not simply as possible, but […]

Earth Day ‘Science’ March Dominated By Criticism, Liberal Infighting

Sat 04/22/2017

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By Aly Nielsen ~ Thousands of people have expressed interest in attending the “March for Science” this Earth Day, but internally the event was fraught with conflict and many actual scientists rejected the march and refused to participate. Protesters planned to “unite as a diverse, nonpartisan group to call for science that upholds the common […]

MOAB Drop Triggers ‘Mother Of All Asinine Criticisms’

Sat 04/22/2017

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By Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (RET) ~ On April 13, in Afghan’s northeastern province of Nangarhar, separated from Pakistan by White Mountain, the U.S. dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb ever employed in combat, in the district of Achin where U.S. forces years earlier bombed al-Qaida operatives using the caves of Tora Bora to hide. The […]