Cumulonimbus + AgI = ??

A dark cloud follows him wherever he goes. Every cloud has a silver lining. Farmers obviously need rain for their crops, so there are some who resort to cloud seeding, adding silver iodide to the clouds to try to force rain out of them. But it’s a bad idea to seed a thunderstorm cloud. Cumulonimbus …

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What, the Democrats commit vote fraud? Nahhh, never happens!

There it was, on the front page of The Philadelphia Inquirer: Romney scored 0 in some city zones Miriam Hill, Andrew Seidman, and John Duchneskie, Inquirer Staff Writers Posted: Monday, November 12, 2012, 5:30 AM It’s one thing for a Democratic presidential candidate to dominate a Democratic city like Philadelphia, but check out this head-spinning …

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From around the blogroll

Let’s see, we have run a deficit of over a trillion dollars every year that Barack Hussein Obama has been our President, and if the Congress doesn’t agree to do something about the upcoming “fiscal cliff,” federal spending will be reduced by roughly $300 billion for FY 2013, sowhat better time for federal government workers …

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America was put to the test, and failed

Remember this clip from Senator Barack Hussein Obama (D-IL), from during the 2008 campaign? In it, the junior senator from Illinois said that it was “irresponsible” and “unpatriotic” of President Bush to have added $4 trillion to the national debt in eight years.1 How, then, how is adding $5.587 trillion to the national debt in …

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How Did The Weimar Republic Collapse?

Weimar Germany had an economic crisis. The Germans elected a bunch of politicians who scapegoated large groups of Germans, pitting Germans against each other. German political leaders turned their backs on their Constitution, and the German people followed along, like sheep, out of a sense of expediency and crisis. Free Germany then collapsed into a …

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This may explain why the Obama Administration is so bad at economics . . . among other things

I received this e-mail: Dana – In a few hours, I’m walking into a budget meeting with the rest of the campaign management team. By the time we walk out of that room, we’ll have decided exactly what kinds of resources we can get to organizers on the ground and which attacks we can beat …

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Open Thread: Imagine, if you will, . . .

. . . that your favored candidate loses the Presidential race, and that Congress remains divided, with the Republicans controlling the House of Representatives, and the Democrats controlling the Senate. What do you believe will happen, generally speaking, over the next four years? Your Editor would like a realistic assessment of what you believe will …

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Starting with two from Karen: National Debt Increased By $5 Trillion Since Last Senate Budget October 30, 2012 The Democrat-controlled Senate hasn’t passed a budget in over three years. Since the last time the Democrats passed a budget the national debt has increased by $5 trillion. This is why it’s so important to vote Democrats out …

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