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Put the blame where it should be. Libertarians who didn’t vote for Republicans turned the election. Gee thanks, purists. We could have at least won the senate. Libertarians provided the margin for Democrats in at least nine elections Are Journalists Paying … Continue reading
I’m late to the game in the Derbyshire is Racist controversy but I’m really talking about labels and labeling
I’m not really talking about race, I’m talking about cultures and what we call them. Mark Steyn has done a good job on what I think about the Derbyshire/National Review flap so I don’t really have to address that. What … Continue reading
Anyone who reads my blog or gets my emails knows how I think this man is one of the smartest and most aware men in our universe. And this is why. Rage On—and on and on… Occupy Wall Street? I’ve been … Continue reading
It’s long but it is great. I will only post some of the best quotes here. You need to read it all. He starts with: The Great Madness of 2004-10 The First Symptoms of Hatred—2004 to 2008 For about seven … Continue reading
My husband is a marine biologist and has been very concerned about the state of his chosen field. This is from Watts Up with That. It shows it is not only in the marine sciences but it is a symptom … Continue reading
We support our universities very well here in Texas. We know many professors are liberal, but how many are activists using our time and our money. I didn’t hear about this from the mainstream media, I read it on Pajamas … Continue reading