More fall-out from climate change, perhaps. It was
just too cold for Maryland's Polar Bear club, so doctors advised them they'd better stop. Looks
like to save these particular polar bears we may need more
The second of two scheduled dips in the water at the 14th annual
Lech Walesa states, "The world has no leadership,"
in this taped interview up at Big
Items that stand out: 1) Lech Walesa tells his American Audience
that the United States no longer leads the world politically or
morally 2) At least one of your Founding Bloggers asks
Hint: it's not Climate science, it's a charade.
In its [the IPCC's] most recent report, it stated that observed
reductions in mountain ice in the Andes, Alps and Africa was being
caused by global warming, citing two papers as the source of the
However, it can be revealed that one of the...
Cats: they see dead people.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The scientist in Dr. David Dosa was
skeptical when first told that Oscar, an aloof cat kept by a
nursing home, regularly predicted patients' deaths by snuggling
alongside them in their final hours.
Dosa's doubts eroded after he and his colleagues tallied about
Along with several other issues, in an Examiner item,
Glenn Reynolds points to some recent comments from Joe Scarborough
on the Tea Party movement. The actual dynamics of both the original
Boston Tea Party and this new movement are terribly misinterpreted
by the element of today's American society that fancies...
Is the pot boiling, or what? h/t Instapundit.
"It's the place where you can have the most impact,'' said Mike
Wilson, the founder of the Cincinnati Tea Party. "It's one thing to
talk to the party leaders about change. It's another thing to
actually be the party leadership and make the change...
Report via José M. Guardia:
Hakimullah Mehsud died of injuries sustained in an air strike in North Waziristan earlier this month, Pakistan's state television claimed.
The state broadcaster also said the leader had been buried in the Pakistani Taliban-controlled area of Orakzai.
Of course the LA River dog item I posted earlier reminded
me of ASPCA commericals, which in turn reminded me of an
insurance company commercial with a dog and a song. I had
already looked up the song some time ago.
And so it goes when the snow falls and your mind wanders
Because then I might have to get all
medieval on their azzes. But then, I was a poet long before I
was a writer of prose. So, WTF do I know?
For various reasons, I consciously chose to take up a form of
anti-intellectualism, which is not the same as concluding...
AOL News' Steve Pendlebury used a recent Obama
schoolroom appearance to take a shot at several Right-leaning blogs,
including my own. What his freeze-frame look at some blogs in
the early development of information gathering around a story
reveals is how little he actually understands the concept behind
good blogging. While often...
Hey, it's not like they need the power in the cold, or
anything! h/t to hd in email.
Wind turbines placed in cities across Minnesota to generate
power aren't working because of the cold temperatures.
The Minnesota Municipal Power Association bought 11 turbines for
$300,000 each from a company in Palm Springs, Calif.
Jim B emails with a link to an LA Times story and photo on Vernon,
the dog recently rescued from the LA River. Vernon's fine, his
owner showed up – likely not so for the poor dog next door.
Jim suggests someone near LA might want to save the other dog.
So the headline tells us. Sure, she has a gripe
with Obama. But delivering a message like that through the press
wouldn't help to resolve it. That'll take place behind the scenes
and maybe already has. Get used to moderate Democrats playing the
I'm no rubberstamp for Obama card from now