Note: Relevant updates will posted to the bottom. By all means, read all the way to the end, where it gets interestinger and interestinger. ______________ Dr. George Tiller was murdered at his […]
Part eight in a series Chairman Mao looks a little waxy these days. It isn’t for lack of trying. The Chinese government has gone to great pains to keep him looking fresh—at […]
by Terry Hargrove I need to admit this up front. I have a condition. My great aunt Doreen called it Brain Fag and said it ran deep in all the Hargrove men, […]
My students, colleagues, and I have been forming an impression of the Chinese during our trip to China these past ten-plus days. But what do the Chinese think of Americans?
Part seven in a series If Shanghai was New York City, then Beijing is Los Angeles. The city sprawls over some nineteen thousand square kilometers—all of which is clouded in smog. The […]
Ewww. A pedofurry. Thanks for passing this on, JS. Just thanks a lot.
In Colorado, you are allowed to enroll your children in school without them having had all their supposedly required vaccines. Instead, Colorado parents are allowed to sign a waiver and then enroll […]
Part six in a series Wu Tao stands at the front of the bus, microphone in hand, radiating charm. Wu “Harry” Tao (right) talks with St. Bonaventure professors Carl Case (left) and […]
GPS degradation to affect climate measurements too Secretary Chu suggests white roofs to combat climate disruption Ecuador wants cash to leave carbon underground Subsidies, quotas warping “renewable” definition According to the Government […]
Part five in a series One day, thirty-five years ago, Yang Quanyi found a head in his well. His discovery helped changed the face of China. The date was March 29, 1974. […]