An Inconvenient Scientist

There’s a recent article in the Boston Globe about how opposing views on global warming are being squashed at — of all places — MIT.   MIT’s Alfred P. Sloan professor of meteorology Richard Lindzen recently complained about the “shrill alarmism”

Terrorist in San Francisco

You may have noticed in the news that a San Francisco resident by the name of Omeed Aziz Popal went on a murderous hit-and-run spree that killed one person and injured a dozen others.  His drive culminated in front of San Francisco’s Jewish

Fox Newsmen – Ransom

You may have heard or read that the two kidnapped Fox newsmen were released by the Palestinian Hamas… You may not know that they were released based on a convoluted deal which entailed their public conversion to Islam, the newsmen making anti-American statements on video,

The Changing Face of Warfare

Daniel Pipes writes an interesting summary with links to articles on the subject: “Warfare in recent decades has turned historic assumptions upside down. Countries used to be the enemy; now regimes are the enemy, while their subject peoples are our

New Preamble to the Constitution

This is an interesting one that I received from Mark Clower… It’s been attributed to State Representative Mitchell Aye from Georgia, but I cannot vouch for its validity. “We the sensible people of the United States, in an attempt to help