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Climate Prediction Fail

I am often accused of being anti-science, or just plain ignorant, because I am skeptical about global warming claims. James Hanson, NASA’s global warming alarmist prophet, highly respected by global warming alarmists everywhere, has long predicted that by 2018 Lower Manhattan would be underwater and the Arctic would be ice-free. Frankly, at this point if […]

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Education and Mind (part I)

Charlotte Mason wrote six volumes on education, and in every one of them, in the front of each book, she put a list of the principles she thought were foundational to her method. In her sixth volume, she did one better and devoted an entire chapter to nearly each one, although it became 20 principles […]

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The Culture of Death

The left hates children. “Children, the argument goes, should be considered first and foremost as problematic carbon-generating machines. With the planet facing almost-certain existential peril — Travis Rieder, a philosopher at Johns Hopkins University and the author of the piece, describes it as “the very real prospect of catastrophic climate change” — the decision to […]

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Al Franken and other slimes

Sherrod Brown (D-OH) was the sponsor for the private jet tax break provision in GOP tax plan.  A small but hopefully growing number of leftists cagily acknowledging that yes, Bill Clinton might have been a sexual predator.  Will they admit his wife, who called Clinton’s victims ‘bimbo eruptions,’ was and is complicit? Lena Dunham stands […]

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PTSD in soldiers may be connected to childhood trauma

New research on posttraumatic stress disorder in soldiers challenges popular assumptions about the origins and trajectory of PTSD, providing evidence that traumatic experiences in childhood – not combat – may predict which soldiers develop the disorder. More here “The vast majority of the soldiers (84%) were resilient, showing no PTSD symptoms at all or recovering […]

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