Monthly Archives: September 2012
Years ago, I worked in the Republic of Georgia. One of its regions, Adjaria, was “semi-autonomous,” which meant it was ruled by a strongman in Russia’s pocket, and the Georgians couldn’t do anything about it. There had been protests going … Continue reading
I’d heard of several methods global warmists have used to get the temperature “data” they want – extremely small sample size, not accounting for urban hotspots, using temperature data just from stations in lower, hence warmer, latitudes – but I … Continue reading
It used to be, way back in the day, that Democrats stood for some things I believed in – like freedom of speech. That was sort of their holy grail. In theory, at least. But it was a short hop … Continue reading
I keep reading and hearing how awful Mitt Romney is doing on his campaign, and that Obama is going to win (even though most polls show a dead heat), and that it’s all going to come down to the undecideds, … Continue reading
We are now ranked 18th in the world in economic freedom. Not as free as she used to be. That’s the verdict from the Economic Freedom of the World Annual Report on the U.S., which fell to 18th in the … Continue reading
Because we all need a laugh.