Regardless of what you think about President Trump (and who doesn’t), his rejection of the Paris climate agreement is both sensible and legal. The agreement did not bind its signatories to actually take any specific action to reduce emissions, and it was never an instrument with binding legal authority in the U.S. anyway.
In a bizarre and rambling 2,600-word feature piece published on Tuesday, The Atlantic writer Moira Weigel took a sledgehammer to basic science and then did her best to vacuum its brains out before anyone could figure out what just happened. The article’s headline is bad enough—”How the Ultrasound Pushed the Idea That a Fetus Is a Person”—but its subhead is the real work of art: “The technology has been used to create an ‘imaginary’ heartbeat and sped-up videos that falsely depict a response to stimulus.
What could be worse than Hitler and destroying planet Earth? Clearly nothing. So the establishment media, becoming amusingly less coherent on a near-daily basis since last month’s elections, has fallen into a feverish hysteria. Regardless of the fact that Donald Trump has never been a conservative nor any kind of political ideologue at all, and despite the fact that none of the people he has selected for cabinet positions thus far even donated to his campaign (most didn’t even support him), CNN and the lefty press wants you to know that you have elected Adolf Hitler.
Veteran British environmental journalist and author of “Watermelons”, James Delingpole, has a tagline that he’s right about everything. Certainly on the issue of Climate Change, he’s shown over the years that he understands what’s going on pretty well.
This is the first of several upcoming articles to appear on AI that discuss billionaire leftist financier George Soros. His anti-western and anti-America passion has driven decades of activism of the most insidious kind – projects designed to bring about chaos, destabilization, and suffering of ordinary people, all to achieve his grand scheme for mankind.
by Mary Rice Hasson and Theresa Farnan [The Federalist] * 23 August, 2016
Political correctness about human sexuality is fostering horror stories for some of the nation’s most vulnerable children and their families. A new report attempts to clear that away to present the science.