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Climategate: the final nail in the coffin of ‘Anthropogenic Global Warming’? – Telegraph Blogs

An excerpt from a “must read” piece.  Proponents of man-made global warming are now apparently guilty of dishonest science, avoidance of peer-review, manipulation/destruction of evidence and fraud.  The scientific method, an intellectual staple in our technologically driven world, was totally … Continue reading

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Networks Ignore Alliances, Thuggery and Lobbying of SEIU

Members of the self-proclaimed fastest-growing union in North America have started fights at town hall meetings, share office space with ACORN and spent over $60 million to elect President Barack Obama. via Networks Ignore Alliances, Thuggery and Lobbying of SEIU, … Continue reading

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Movie review: Fireproof

This is a movie everyone should watch if they are in a relationship.  It’s by the same producers of “Facing the Giants” and I promise you won’t be disappointed. On IMDb “Fireproof” only gets a 5.5/10 rating but on Netflix … Continue reading

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Daddies … don’t let your babies grow up to be druggies

Apologies to Willie Nelson for the title, but it fits. What am I talking about? The failure of fatherhood in American society. My thesis is this:  men have abdicated their traditional role in society as the head of the family … Continue reading

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The PostCivility era

Our present era is often tagged as the “Post Modern” era, i.e. following the era of “Modernism” in the 20th century described in one encyclopeia as to relate to the culture of capitalism as it has developed since the 1960s. … Continue reading

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The death of journalistic integrity

Journalistic integrity requires, in my opinion, the clear distinction and labeling between news, analysis and opinion. It used to be that way. It used to be discussed as important. It is no more and that’s a crime. Many others have … Continue reading

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