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Strategy of Misdirection

A favorite of the environmental movement is that of “consider the source”; as in, when a book, article or other cogent argument arises showing the fallacies of the anti-fossil fuel position of the environmentalists, the response is often, “Well they are funded by the oil industry, so what do you expect”. 417 more words


Center for Immigration Studies' hostility to immigration and human flourishing

The Charlotte Observer reports about a unique and little known federal immigration program that gives visas to wealthy foreign investors to invest in US projects. The EB-5 program was created in the 1990’s and only has 10,000 visas issued per year but has been a boon for developers seeking capital to make construction ideas a reality. 320 more words

Caruba on the enviro whorehouse Sugar Daddy problem

Ever heard of projection? It’s attributing your own bad thoughts/actions/motives to your opponent. This attack on Willie Soon is a good example.

Alan Caruba wrote this fine essay that Joe Bast forwarded. 1,070 more words

Climate Change

So Ends New York's Coldest February Since The Depression

With White-Knuckle Grip, February’s Cold Clings To New York

” As it limps away, February will not be missed. With the average temperature for the month lingering around 24 degrees, some 11 degrees shy of normal by the National Weather Service’s calculation, this insult of a month looks as though it will clock in as the coldest recorded February in New York City since 1934.

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Hope And Change

A "blog about climate change, human rights, sustainability and energy security"

The most outstanding feature of Nick Robson’s blog is its informed professionalism.  Eloquent in style, Nick provides in-depth and thought-provoking responses to the pertinent issues of the 21st century world.   112 more words


A saintly gesture leaves us guessing
The timepieces all began to ring
Our dust called to us to reduce
The dream of the hurricane and floods washing away all our cities and ships… 49 more words