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Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

April 23, 2012

This weekend, a video produced by Free Market America went live on YouTube - and it is racking up nationwide hits. Deservedly so.

The Earth Day-timed message is compelling and extremely relevant this campaign season. As the group writes: "The environmental agenda has been infected by extremism - it's become an economic suicide pact. And we're here to challenge it."

doctoryourself.com

by Dr. Andrew Saul

December 5, 2016

"Most epileptics are magnesium deficient. I wish I had found this out 40 years ago. Now I can even drive a car and ride a bike. It is so wonderful not to have seizures anymore plus not have to depend on drugs all the time and of course be free of drugs.

Sarah and her fiancé Richard wanted to have children as soon as they were married. Sarah had just been diagnosed with epilepsy, however, and was offered Phenobarbital as therapy. She and Richard read up on the drug, and now knew, as did their doctor, that pregnancy while taking a barbiturate was not ideal. "So we want to look into other options," Sarah said to me in the office. "Could vitamins replace the drug?"

Hot Air

by Ed Morrissey

August 23, 2012

Well, well, well ... what a coinky-dink.

The man who got picked to review more than $23 billion in Department of Energy loans and gave them a clean bill of health - without reviewing loans to already-defunct Solyndra and Beacon Power - waited a whole two weeks to start donating to Barack Obama's re-election effort...

Hot Air

by Ed Morrissey

July 6, 2011

Yesterday, David Brooks scolded Republicans for not listening to "intellectual authorities" on fiscal policy.

Fair enough; I figured I'd devote some time today to the opinion of intellectual authorities on economics and public policy, and decided to focus on Harvard and Stanford for my research. Fortunately, economics professors at both top-notch bastions of intellectual authority have quite a lot to say about Obamanomics. Let's start with Harvard's Robert Barro, quoted in the London Telegraph as saying that government stimulus wastes money, has negative rather than positive multipliers for national economies, and only should be undertaken for specific purposes under narrow conditions...

Agence France Presse

July 16, 2011

Schmeiser never denied his crops contained the patented gene, Roundup Ready canola, but said they were naturally or accidentally cross-pollinated from neighboring farms that purchased the Monsanto gene.

Monsanto subsequently sued Schmeiser, saying at a June trial that cross-pollination could not justify the modified canola gene's being found in nearly 90 percent of his crops.

scientificamerican.com

by Tia Ghose

April 2, 2013

From "significant" to "natural," here are seven scientific terms that can prove troublesome for the public and across research disciplines

Hypothesis. Theory. Law. These scientific words get bandied about regularly, yet the general public usually gets their meaning wrong. Now, one scientist is arguing that people should do away with these misunderstood words altogether and replace them with the word "model." But those aren't the only science words that cause trouble, and simply replacing the words with others will just lead to new, widely misunderstood terms, several other scientists said. "A word like 'theory' is a technical scientific term," said Michael Fayer, a chemist at Stanford University. "The fact that many people understand its scientific meaning incorrectly does not mean we should stop using it. It means we need better scientific education."

lewrockwell.com

by William Grigg

January 10, 2013

Auburn, Washington resident Dustin Theoharis was asleep in his bed on February 11, 2012 when two armed strangers entered his room and started to give him orders. Understandably startled, Theoharis reached for a flashlight.

This prompted the two intruders to open fire. Theoharis - who was still in bed -- was shot sixteen times, but survived. The assailants who shot Theoharis were Detective Aaron Thompson of the King County Sheriff's Office and Corrections Officer Kris Rongen. They had arrested Theoharis's roommate, Nicholas Harrison, an ex-convict who had failed to report for community supervision. The officers were searching his bedroom to find if Theoharis had a gun, which would have allowed them to charge Harrison with a parole violation. They had no warrant or probable cause, and no gun was found. Since Harrison was already in custody at the time of the incident, there was no need to conduct a "safety sweep" of the residence.

Hot Air

by Allahpundit

June 20, 2012

In case you don't know what Cavuto's referencing, here's what happens to a left-wing cable network when news is slow...

Per Cavuto, turns out that horse-riding can in fact be therapeutic for people with MS. But never mind that. Why would O'Donnell even think to challenge Romney's wife on that? Even if she was the only MS sufferer in the world who finds strength in dressage, what reason is there to doubt her? Does he think she'd lie about her illness as some sort of cover story to justify a hobby that's a little too snooty even for the expensive tastes of a millionaire like Scary Larry?

spreadlibertynews.com

by Ezra Van Auken

March 8, 2013

It would be naive to say that what Senator Rand Paul did four twelve hours, fifty-two minutes and eleven seconds from Wednesday into the first hour of Thursday morning did nothing to resonate with leftist groups and once mainstream Republicans.

From the time Sen. Paul took the floor until the time he finished his statements and yielded his time, old-school Republicans were itching to fire back. One major feature to Sen. Paul's filibuster delivery was the drive by social media, which turned the Kentucky Senator into a household name for nearly forty-eight hours. The Twitter trends echoed "#StandWithRand" and "#Filibuster" for over a day, bringing in thousands of discouraged Americans, those who believe the direction of this country is in need of a U-turn. Sen. Paul's actions also prompted those disengaged with the Republican Party to rekindle new hopes.

reason.com

by Nick Gillespie

August 1, 2013

From a story in today's Wash Post titled, "Libertarians Flex Their Muscle in the GOP"...

Libertarianism once again appears to be on the rise, particularly among the young. But its alliance with the Republican establishment is fraying, as demonstrated by the increasingly personal war of words between two leading potential 2016 presidential contenders.... The "once again" is appreciated, though any honest appraisal of partisan politics would acknowledge that libertarianism has been the next big thing for going on 45 years, when the future editor of Wired magazine, Louis Rossetto and his college pal Stan Lehr published "The New Right Credo: Libertarianism" in the January 10, 1971 issue of The New York Times Magazine.

      
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