GW = Global Warming.
Professor Emeritus Hal Lewis Resigns from American Physical Society
His letter is posted here. Remember, follow the money.
And another point from Watt’s Up With That?
Unfortunately, some just didn’t read the memo. Let’s hope they will, but don’t hold your breath.
Somebody tell Congress.
This might explain why they come out as millionaires.
UPDATE: I think this needs more amplification (here’s the second paragraph):
Abstract: A 2004 study of the results of stock trading by United States Senators during the 1990s found that that Senators on average beat the market by 12% a year. In sharp contrast, U.S. households on average underperformed the market by 1.4% a year and even corporate insiders on average beat the market by only about 6% a year during that period. A reasonable inference is that some Senators had access to – and were using – material nonpublic information about the companies in whose stock they trade.
For a little while. Only as much as we can afford, right, Senator Joe?
Message to you, Joe, we don’t need any such legislation piled on top of us like you did with Obamacare. Certainly not on top of the ever spiraling debt.
If anything, of those 50 that want to vote for it – we want those 50 to switch and vote AGAINST it! Along with those 20.
Posted in Deficit, Economy, Energy, Ethics, Taxes
Tagged anti-business, Control, Fraud, Incompetence, Profit, Unconstitutional, Unemployment
We don’t have to wait for the bad news any more.
Say good bye to summer, folks. And for some time to come.
Congress, it wasn’t fun while you lasted. Get ready for your own ride.
UPDATE: And now, for something completely interesting, 76% of us think that offshore drilling is important to us. How about that?
Posted in Deficit, Economy, Energy, Environmental, Ethics, Taxes, Voting
Tagged anti-business, Control, Jobs, Profit, Spending
Finally, what we really need to know.
Awhile back, FAIR (Federation for American Immigration Reform) calculated what was likely the cost burden Maryland has to put up with – being a sanctuary state.
Now, it’s Arizona’s turn.
The difference? Arizona passed legislation copying the federal law into their state law, and improving on it, to deal with their – ahem – illegal immigrant problem. It appears the costs of doing so will ultimately be to Arizona’s benefit despite the nonsense boycotts being bandied about.
Let’s see if Maryland can do the same math for themselves, eh?
Posted in Article 4 Section 4, Constitution, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Illegal Immigration, National Security
Tagged Control, Enforcement, Freedom, Jobs, Profit, Transparency, Truth
As Don Surber shows, common sense prevails.
That is how much more in the way of contributions, from employees of Goldman Sachs, our POTUS received – than President GW Bush got from Enron.
Wow. Where’s the heat on this from the Dems?
Posted in Economy, Ethics
I don’t think we needed the LA Times to tell us, but nevertheless – okay.
‘Tea party’ activists filter into GOP at ground level
The conservative movement is urging its members to seek positions as Republican precinct representatives. Their goal is to remake the party – and U.S. politics – from within.
Read more …
Frankly, I don’t see a problem here.
Posted in Constitution, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, National Defense, National Security, Politics, Rights
Tagged Freedom, Jobs, Profit, Truth
“No Profit for US in Oil.” Is that the new (or not) battle cry for the Democrats?
But they raised the debt ceiling by how much?? They willingly spent just one-third (so far) of the $787B Stimulus package so far. Where did that one-third go? And what about the rest since they can’t stop talking about a second (no, that’s a Jobs bill)?
I could go on. But I am sure you get the point. Congress and the Administration have very little, if any, math and budget skills.
Since they won’t listen to us, we have to turn them out.
Posted in Corruption, Deficit, Economy, Energy, Ethics
Tagged Control, Fraud, Incompetence, Jobs, Profit, Transparency, Truth, Unemployment
No, it is not a joke. And today is not April 1st.
Thorium can be the next (would have been the first) nuclear power source that DOES NOT produce over thousands of years of toxic waste. It can practically eliminate the risks of meltdown (with a new reactor design). And, we have around 175,000 tons of thorium in the U.S.
This was being explored in the 1950’s, but uranium was chosen instead
for its nastier toxic byproducts.
We want more electrical energy. Independence. Reduce coal usage?
Here it may be. We just need the will to progress in this direction.
UPDATE: Apparently, I was caught up in the heat of the moment. I should have read a little more. My thanks to the commenter.