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The American Spectator

by Chris Horner

September 12, 2011

The whole 'green jobs' thing, this renewables industry, "has a fuse on it". And not in a good way.

As one should expect from anything the principal argum...er, mantra...invoked in its favor is 'it will create jobs!' (what could you possibly do with $80 billion that wouldn't 'create jobs' in the frailest, most temporary, non-net sense...as we've seen is the case with 'green jobs'?).

Michelle Malkin

by Doug Powers

July 19, 2012

I'm currently seeking a government grant to develop my idea for creating "green" energy by harnessing the wind power generated by the doors of DoE-backed solar operations slamming shut simultaneously.

By my calculations this plan would create enough electricity to power Paducah for almost a year... maybe more.

breitbart.com

by John Nolte

January 7, 2013

Buried at the bottom of a New York Times piece might be the real reason to explain why New York's Journal News did something as sensationally stupid as publishing the names and addresses of over 30,000 legal gun owners living in two New York counties.

In just five years, the Journal News' Monday through Friday circulation rate has plummeted almost 40%, "from 111,536 in September 2007 to 68,850 in September 2012." What the paper did with respect to law-abiding gun owners might have been morally wrong, and it most certainly created a ripple of consequences no reasonable person would consider positive, but this fit of left-wing journalistic activism did win the Journal News some national infamy. And if we've learned nothing else during this 21 Century-era of reality TV, it's that immoral behavior can have its rewards -- especially when that immoral behavior is directed at something the Left despises, like law-abiding gun owners.

Big Journalism

by Dr. Ron Ross

November 7, 2011

Every movement in history experiences challenges that cause it to morph from the purpose and design of its founders, usually in an effort to stay alive.

The incredible world-wide movement of citizen journalism is no different. In chapter one of our* book titled "Handbook for Citizen Journalists," I point out that the movement is happening with no organized structure, no inspirational luminary, no headquarters, no power center, little or no funding, usually no government help and often government interference, no mass marketing strategy, no fixed standards-and most significantly-wild innovation.

breitbart.com

by John Nolte

March 20, 2012

Shorter Ann Curry: Your religious beliefs represent hate speech!

Make no mistake about it, this is all about going after the Christian Church. Same-sex marriage, GLAAD's fascist rampages, and all of this Orwellian political correctness is part of long-term goal -- and that's to make Christian beliefs a form of bigotry and to force a left-wing agenda on the church all under a Trojan horse labelled "discrimination."

rt.com

July 15, 2013

A Swedish sociology professor has nominated Edward Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize.

He says the NSA whistleblower could help "save the prize from the disrepute incurred by the hasty and ill-conceived decision" to give the 2009 award to Barack Obama. In his letter addressed to the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Stefan Svallfors praised Snowden for his "heroic effort at great personal cost." He stated that by revealing the existence and the scale of the US surveillance programs, Snowden showed "individuals can stand up for fundamental rights and freedoms."

The American Spectator

by Joseph Lawler

September 13, 2011

The best question of last night's debate may have come from 17-year-old Tyler Hinsley.

The key part: "out of every dollar that I earn, how much do you think that I deserve to keep?" Unfortunately, the only candidate who was allowed to address this question was Jon Huntsman, who offered a few thoughts on tax reform instead of responding.

The American Spectator

by Robert Stacy McCain

November 23, 2009

Sexual abuse accusations by St. HOPE Academy students against Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson were apparently covered up, possibly with "hush money," according to a 61-page report issued by congressional investigators.

Failure of school officials to report sexual abuse of minors violates California state law, investigative staff of Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) noted in their report on the June firing of AmeriCorps Inspector General Gerald Walpin.

FindLaw

by Deanne Katz, Esq.

November 13, 2012

There are many criminal defenses you can raise at trial, but being drunk is generally not one of them.

The law does differentiate between voluntary and involuntary intoxication. The involuntary type can often be a defense, but you have to prove that you didn't know you would become intoxicated -- for example, by showing that someone else spiked your drink. If you had a beer knowing it was beer, however, that's voluntary. The weird part is that on the surface, voluntary intoxication seems like it should get you out of trouble. But courts generally don't allow it. Here's why...

althealthworks.com

by Yelena Sukhoterina

June 14, 2016

Carrol Krause, a former reporter for the Herald-Times of Bloomington, Indiana, had to retire from her journalism career because of an ovarian cancer diagnosis in 2014.

A few months ago she started having digestive issues and could no longer eat normal food. What hospice workers brought her as meal replacements horrified her. Krause writes: "Hospice had the very best of intentions, [but] the stuff they sent over was not real FOOD. In fact, I'm outraged at the idea that they feed this stuff to dying people." What the hospice provided to Krause was a bag full of products by Ensure: pudding, shakes, and a drink that pretends to be apple juice.

      
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