California: where those who do not pay what things actually cost mooch off those who pay more than what things are actually worth.
Take the U. of C. at Berkeley, for example. That’s the school that shows off its coolness on its web site’s home page with a photo of students doing high-level math on a blackboard while wearing t-shirts (at least that’s what it displayed when I visited it). But it seems that a facility for higher math doesn’t automatically lead to an appreciation for how numbers work in the real world.
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Australian politician Malcolm Turnbull
So why should we radically reallocate the global resources of all the developed nations on the planet in such a way that would crater the world economy and head us all back in the direction of pre-industrial standards of living at the very moment when the science that supports anthropogenic global warming is melting faster than Nixon’s Watergate alibis in the August 1974 noonday sun? The answer, according Australian parliamentarian Malcolm Turnbull, is: “Just in case!” Continue reading →
“‘It will add taxpayer costs. It will add to the deficit. It’s unnecessary,’ he added of a provision that Reid last week hailed as part of a breakthrough between liberals and moderates.”
My Way News – Lieberman resists Medicare buy-in plan.
What’s more surprising: that a Harvard economics professor finally figures out what conservatives have been saying all along, or that the New York Times printed it?
Economic View – Tax Cuts Might Accomplish What Spending Hasn’t | NYTimes.com.
Gordon Brown displays the menacing claws he uses to tear out the hearts of anthropogenic global warming skeptics.
You call us “flat-earthers;” we call you “chicken littles.”
It’s nice to see the anthropogenic global warming debate begin to take on a more mature tone in a newspaper that’s not exactly been known for being open to the obvious dissent in the ranks of climate scientists.
Uh, yeah … sure … right.
Did I say they were “chicken littles?” I meant to say they act like vicious, pathologically negligent, academically-dyslexic “chicken littles.” But of course I mean this in the nice sense of all those words.
It seems pretty clear from this article that if Mr. Brown and his environment secretary, Mr. Miliband, have bothered to read the Climategate emails (which seems doubtful) that they either did not understand what they read or are willfully misrepresenting their contents.
Source: Gordon Brown attacks ‘flat-earth’ climate change sceptics | The Guardian
I was still fairly new to evangelicalism in 1980 when Ronald Reagan first ran for President. I had been a believer for a little more than four years, and up until that year I had not noticed any overall political bias toward either the Democratic or Republican parties among my fellow believers.
But in my local church, a conservative Open Plymouth Brethren assembly, the campaigns of 1980 seemed to create a new a political rift between those who preferred Jimmy Carter because he was a Southern Baptist Sunday school teacher, and those who were fed up with the state of the economy and the low level of national morale and wanted him out. The latter group seemed vaguely aware that Reagan also professed some form of Christian belief, but for the most part did not think that either man’s profession of faith should be a determining factor in whether he was elected.
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