Author Archives: Stephen

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Hemingway: ” Don’t Be Deceived by the Reaction to Charlie Hebdo Massacre—Our Media Are Cowards”

[Ed. note: – a topical update from the National Review Online – the Corner has been appended to the end of Hemingway’s piece] Don’t Be Deceived by the Reaction to Charlie Hebdo Massacre—Our Media Are Cowards • By MARK HEMINGWAY, … Continue reading

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Brown: Real Science Debates Are Not Rare

[Editor’s note: there are embedded links in this post that did not reproduce. Please go to the original story for the rest of the context in this post. There are many good comments as well to this thread at WUWT.] … Continue reading

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Steyn: #BringBackOurBalls

[Ed. note: We might have a bit of a Steynfest over the next few posts – he’s on a bit of a roll :) Take this opportunity to visit his website (click the article title below – there is also … Continue reading

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Taxicabdepressions: The Pig Trap

[Editor’s note: It’s not by accident that I posted this on Good Friday. This has to be the most depressing, sobering read I’ve encountered in a long time. I’ve known about all of the elements the writer mentions for sometime, … Continue reading

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Ball: IPCC Scientists Knew Data and Science Inadequacies Contradicted Certainties presented to Media, Public and Politiciians, But Remained Silent

Note 1: Reposted from WUWT. Note 2: “IPCC” is the International Panel on Climate Change, a U.N. body driving the fearmongering associated with “Catastrophic Climate Change” due to man’s activities, especially the myths concerning carbon dioxide emissions. IPCC Scientists Knew … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Big “O”, and some Mark Steyn, too.

“Coming up about 6 years ago, there was to be an election in the US. An election to elect a President, to pass judgment on George W. Bush. The Democratic National Congress floated a new candidate to be their banner, … Continue reading

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Ahmari/Lukianoff: How free speech died on campus

How Free Speech Died on Campus A young activist describes how universities became the most authoritarian institutions in America. By Sohrab Ahmari, November 16, 2012, Wall Street Journal Online At Yale University, you can be prevented from putting an F. … Continue reading