Newsbusters on how the New York Times is protecting The Won who lost the Olympics.
Archive for October, 2009
As Michelle Malkin urges, “keep melting those phones.” Socialized medicine, here we come.
Will California become America’s first failed state? We are certainly trying hard for that dubious honor. . . .
Wall Street Journal: Rio De Janeiro will host 2016 Olympics, the International Olympic Committe announced, bringing the Olympic Games to South America for the first time and besting a strong Chicago bid that was strongly backed by President Obama. Rio won in the third round, after Chicago was eliminated in the first round and Tokyo, [...]
Instapundit: MICKEY KAUS: Rattner’s Legacy: The Chooch Is At The Door. “GM’s sales are down 45% from last September (when sales were already bad enough to drive the company into bankruptcy). Chrysler is down 42%. Ford is only down 5%. Car buyers are clearly punishing the two bailout recipients brutally. Robert Farago of Truth About [...]
I’m shocked. Interesting video with a two minute explanation featuring Kent State University anthropologist Owen Lovejoy. The assumptions, the assumptions: Looking ahead, Dr. White lamented that there were so few sites in Africa known to have fossil deposits six million to seven million years old. “We are getting so close to that common ancestor of [...]
Must read: After a couple of weeks of unsubstantiated rumors, it has been confirmed that the forthcoming film The Invention of Lying is indeed intended to satirize religion and religious believers. New York Post critic Kyle Smith has seen the film and describes it as “a full-on attack on religion in general and Christianity in [...]
Oy Vey. In the age of YouTube, lying is simply stupid.
Dr. Obama, call your office: “Cutting the use of technology will seem wrong-even immoral-to many,” Callahan admits. Well, yes. And if Lichtenberg is right, slowing technological progress in medicine wouldn’t save money, but it definitely would kill more people.
There is where we need the wall of separation: The most amazing part of this story from my point of view was the way in which a dogged Canadian mathematician, acting practically alone with the help of his trusty readers, forced the establishment back step by step to explain where the conclusions upon which a [...]