Archive for March, 2007

Americans Who Love Ahmadinejad

Thursday, March 22nd, 2007

Scroll down for updates. *** Debbie Schlussel regularly visits Iranian madman Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s website in order to read love letters from insane, American leftists. Here’s what some of them have to say. Aaron C. President Ahmadinejad, I appreciate your faith in the people of my nation. It is difficult even for me, a citizen, to […]

Indoctrinate U

Wednesday, March 21st, 2007

Scott at has published this letter from the documentary filmmaker Evan Coyne Maloney on his new film, “Indoctrinate U”: Scott, With the upcoming release of “Indoctrinate U”–the feature-length documentary on campus political correctness that I’ve been working on for the last 3 years–we obviously had a bit of trouble convincing Hollywood distributors that there […]

Global Warming Swindle

Wednesday, March 21st, 2007

(UPDATE: The film’s official website is here.) *** If you haven’t yet seen the Channel 4 film, “The Great Global Warming Swindle,” then take an hour and 15 minutes to watch it. We’ll have more to say on it later. Saul Singer has written “Is Green Good?” in which he notes these key points from […]

The Global Warming Debate

Tuesday, March 20th, 2007

(Hat tip: There was a Global Warming debate in New York last Wednesday, and the “consensus” is that the skeptics had the better evening. Before-and-after polls of the audience confirm this as the audience “flipped” from pro-crisis to pro-skeptic. Here’s a transcript (PDF) of the debate from the sponsors, Intelligence Squared. The U.S. Senate […]

Quitting Public School

Saturday, March 17th, 2007

Yesterday we picked on government schools in a story on terrorists and school buses. What better time then to note “Quitting Public School” by Michael McBride. Which is why I strongly believe the great equalizer was our public primary education. My mother retired as an elementary school principal from the same district. So I was […]


Saturday, March 17th, 2007

Bussing for Terrorists

Friday, March 16th, 2007

Terrorists may be attempting to become public school bus drivers. Now why would they want to do that? Of course, if your kid gets on one of these every weekday then shame on you! Bad parent! Bad! This is an example of how terrorists may be using our system against us, which is the subject […]

Update on the Invasion

Thursday, March 15th, 2007

Neal Boortz has these comments on yesterday’s embarrassing press conference between Mexican president Felipe Calderon and his side-kick, President Bush. Felipe Calderon had his press conference with President Bush yesterday, and it’s clear who wears the pants in our relationship with Mexico. Some interesting tidbits came out in the meeting with the media…such as Calderon […]

Global Warming Confessions

Thursday, March 15th, 2007

The Times they are a-changin’

Thursday, March 15th, 2007

The global warming article of the week is “From a Rapt Audience, a Call to Cool the Hype” from the New York Times. Readers of this blog will find little new in the article, but Rush, Hannity, et al. have been discussing it, and Hannity has interviewed Don Easterbrook on Hannity and Colmes. Here are […]

Sir Edmund Goldking

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

Hillary Clinton shows her “true colors” on the campaign trail. Don’t miss Robert Novak’s article, “Hillary, King and Goldwater,” on Hillary’s latest lie about her past. Remember in 1995 when Hillary lied that her mom named her after Sir Edmund Hillary? Once again, Hillary shows her disdain of historical time lines with a lie as […]

D.C. Gun Ban Goes Down

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

As “co-counsel to the plaintiffs in Parker v. District of Columbia,” Robert Levy has a unique perspective on last week’s ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. Check out his article in today’s National Review, “Individual Ruling”. Regarding the Second Amendment’s applicability to individuals, Levy has these observations from the ruling: […]

Mars in the Balance

Monday, March 12th, 2007

Here are a couple of articles from the last couple of weeks that deserve a place in your global warming folder. In case you missed it, here’s the National Geographic article on the simultaneous warming of Mars and Earth, “Mars Melt Hints at Solar, Not Human, Cause for Warming, Scientist Says”: Mars, too, appears to […]

The Neo-Animist Church of Global Warming

Monday, March 12th, 2007

Last week, Tony Blankley discussed two British professors who have written books on the links between environmentalism and religion, the association which is called “neo-animist paganism.” The article, “Al Gore’s Remission of Sin,” helps explain the rhetoric of global warmers and its similarity to “the inherent prophetic nature of the religious instinct.” Moreover, there has […]

Global Warming Death Threats

Monday, March 12th, 2007

Sunday’s Telegraph has a story on how scientists skeptical of the global warming hype are now receiving death threats. I guess comparing them to Nazi’s, destroying their professional careers, and cutting off their funding just isn’t enough. From the article, “Scientists threatened for ‘climate denial’” Scientists who questioned mankind’s impact on climate change have received […]

Osama has bin Laden

Sunday, March 11th, 2007

So Saturday was Osama bin Laden’s 50’th birthday. Big Whoop. Michelle Malkin notes that birthday parties are illegal under sharia law, and LGF has this gush-piece from Al-Reuters: SPIN BOLDAK, Afghanistan (Reuters) – Osama bin Laden, if he’s alive, celebrates his 50th birthday on Saturday, and his friends in the Taliban prayed for his long […]

Europe’s Al Gore

Sunday, March 11th, 2007

EU President, Jose Manuel Barroso, lectures the peasants on the sacrifices they must make in the name of global warming. Like Al Gore, Barroso doesn’t believe in leading by example. Writing for the Independent, Dominic Lawson has this column on Europe’s premier global warming hypocrite, “Global warming gurus set a bad example” Anyway, we Europeans […]

Steyn explains carbon offsets

Friday, March 9th, 2007

Mark Steyn never fails to crack me up. His latest Sun-Times article has this hilarious explanation on how carbon offsets work in general and for Al Gore in particular. How do “carbon offsets” work? Well, let’s say you’re a former vice president and you want to reduce your “carbon footprint,” but the gorgeous go-go Gore […]

The Bravest People on Earth

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Liannis Meriño Aguilera and Luis Esteban Espinosa of Youth Without Censorship Jay Nordlinger has an excellent piece in today’s National Review entitled “Youth with Unfathomable Courage “ on the remarkably brave group of young, Cuban journalists — Youth Without Censorship. Nordlinger’s interviews with two of the journalists inspire hope in the power of love for […]

More on Al’s Carbon Offsets

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

Last week we noted that Al Gore is paying himself, through his own company, for carbon offsets to “compensate” for his hypocritical energy usage. Apparently, we weren’t quite correct about Al’s eco-indulgences. According to Iain Murray, writing in today’s National Review,” the real story “is perhaps even more bizarre” because Gore isn’t paying a damned […]