Monday, October 27, 2014

Another Reason to Love Big Government

Did Hillary break into Elizabeth Warren's Office and steal her speech?

The only thing missing is the anger

Anyone else getting Progressive Fatigue?

Friday, October 24, 2014

Another Ebola Case In NewJersey

Nothing to see here move along

How did the Media miss this one?

Vice President hopeful Sarah Palins'  son Track Palin was discharged from the Navy in February after testing positive for cocaine, a person familiar with the case confirmed to ABC News.
The person said Palin had failed a urinalysis test administered in June 2013 before he was discharged from the Navy.
“It was the honor of my life to serve in the U.S .Navy, and I deeply regret and am embarrassed that my actions led to my administrative discharge,” Track Palin said in a statement distributed through his lawyer. “I respect the Navy's decision. With the love and support of my family, I'm moving forward.”
The person familiar with the case said he “was treated no different than any other sailor.”
Palin 33,  had needed an age waiver to join the Reserves because of his age as well as a second waiver because of a drug-related incident while a young man.
Separately, a Navy spokesman confirmed that Palin had been discharged from the Navy, but because of Privacy Act restrictions could not detail why he had been discharged.
“Ensign Track Palin was selected for commission through the Direct Commission Officer Program in 2012," Cmdr. Ryan Perry said. "In May, 2013 he was assigned to the Navy Public Supports Element East in Norfolk, Virginia. He was discharged from the Navy Reserve in February, 2014. Like other junior officers, the details of Ensign Track Palin discharge are not releasable under the Privacy Act.”

Heh Now I know why, it wasn't Track Palin,it was Hunter Biden

Sorry for the misleading story folks

And the Drama Continues

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Greenpeace Founder: No Risk in Global Warming

Even a blind squirrel finds a nut occasionally. And even a nutty organization like
Greenpeace can spawn someone who talks sense.
Dr. Patrick Moore, a co-founder of Greenpeace—you know? the save-the-whale people who block Japanese harpooners?-- says that there is no evidence that humans are in any danger from global warming.In fact, he says that today’s temperature changes are just a blip on the radar according to the online site The Australian.
“If you want to see rapid change,” says Moore, “look at the end of the glaciation period when the climate suddenly changed into this inter-glacial period we’re in now. For most of the history of modern life, it has been much warmer,” he says.
In fact, as I have noted repeatedly in this column, Moore says that the true danger to man is if the planet enters a cooling phase.

Life on earth is more adaptable to warmer climes than it is to colder climates. It is the end of the last Ice Age that gave rise to domination by modern humans, who presumably were smarter than Cro-Magnon man, but not as hardy or physically adaptable.
Moore who left Greenpeace in 1986 is in Australia giving a series of public presentations. Recently he condemned Greenpeace as an “evil” organization that has lost its concern for people.
'When we started Greenpeace it was to stop nuclear war and the destruction of human civilization, that of course is the ‘peace’ in Greenpeace,” explains Moore in the UK’s Daily Mail. “The ‘green’ is the environment and that's good as well, but they lost the concerns for humans... They have turned, basically, into an evil organisation.”
He claims that Greenpeace is more political than it is scientific.

Making his point for him is the Green Amherst Project, an environmental group on Amherst College grounds that led a walkout during a recent presentation Moore gave to Amherst Republicans.
About 50 students and faculty walked out of the presentation about twenty minutes into it, leaving behind signs saying “The Debate is Over,” and “Anthropogenic Climate Change is Real,” according to the Amherst Student.
The Student says that Moore called the protesters the “Taliban” because they are intolerant of other’s points of view.