#COP20Lima : The seriousness of unseriousness

Via William Teach of The Pirate’s Cove, I found this article in The New York Times: Climate Deal Would Commit Every Nation to Limiting Emissions By Coral Davenport, December 14, 2014 LIMA, Peru — Negotiators from around the globe reached a climate change agreement early Sunday that would, for the first time in history, commit …

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Education spending in Philadelphia

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Study says more money hasn’t helped Philadelphia schools Martha Woodall, Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writer | Published Saturday, August 2, 2014, 1:07 AM The day after state legislators canceled a vote on a cigarette tax to benefit Philadelphia schools, a Harrisburg think tank released a report that said the additional money the …

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No Wonder NYT Is Going Broke – You Just Can’t Make This Stuff Up

There is big time Hi-Jinx going on at the NYT, or is that redundant? Recently their new Managing Editor, Jill Abramson was fired over the subject of “Pay Equality”. The NYT Blew This One. There were two stories on DRUDGE that should make the NYT, well, look stupid. It started out Abramson wanted equal pay …

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Another solar energy company is failing

Normally, when quoting from newspaper articles, I try — not always successfully — to limit myself to the first four paragraphs. Donald Douglas, on the other hand, frequently quotes more, and considering that the original source is The New York Times, which limits non-subscribers to ten free article views a month, I think that I’ll …

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The obvious, unmentioned problem

I spotted the tweet: What is a person? http://t.co/xD7s8Xsb2Q — The New York Times (@nytimes) December 15, 2013   Which led to this story: Considering the Humanity of Nonhumans By James Gorman | Published: December 9, 2013 | A version of this news analysis appears in print on December 10, 2013, on page D1 of the New York …

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YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH

Remember the movie “A Few Good Men” When Jack Nicholson’s character Bellowed “You can’t handle the TRUTH”. Apparently the editors (propagandists for BO) for TIME (America’s PRAVDA and ISVESTIA) decided You Can’t Handle the TRUTH either. Click the LINK and look at the covers for the World, and then the One for the US and …

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Euphemisms!

Thanks to Robert Stacey Stacy McCain, I have discovered a new term, used by the National Institute of Health — which must make it official! — for lesbians: women of minority sexual orientation. It would seem to your Editor that such an official, but less than completely descriptive term could cover a great many things. …

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Sacrificing your own children for the greater good

Thanks to Robert Stacey Stacy McCain, I found this interesting article: If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person A manifesto. By Allison Benedikt|Posted Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, at 5:50 AM You are a bad person if you send your children to private school. Not bad like murderer bad—but bad like ruining-one-of-our-nation’s-most-essential-institutions-in-order-to-get-what’s-best-for-your-kid bad. So, pretty …

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Weiner, Huma & Hillary

Now here is a strange trio. Mayor Candidate Weiner, his wife Huma, and Bill Clinton’s enabler Hillary. Huma Abedin was/is Hillary chief aide while Hillary was Secretary of State. To be in that position means you have access to virtually all of the Government’s Classified Information. You just have to have that, or have people …

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Et Tu EU, Well the NSA Data Mining EU – We Are Supposed To Be Allies

NSA Spying on Us and Friends – Where and When will it stop? And we still don’t know where BO was the night of Benghazi, but BO can collect Billions of bits of info per day. Attacks from America: NSA Spied on European Union Offices By Laura Poitras, Marcel Rosenbach, Fidelius Schmid and Holger Stark …

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