Combined, Robert Aderholt and Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Dana Rohrbacher of California, Steve King of Iowa, and Roger Wicker of Mississippi have made ten false or misleading statements about the OISM’s Global Warming Petition Project.
Former Congressmen John Linder and Ron Paul made wrong and misleading claims about OISM Global Warming Petition Project
While Representatives John Linder of Georgia and Ron Paul of Texas are no longer representing their states, while they were in the House, they both made misleading and incorrect statements regarding the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine’s Global Warming Petition Project.
Ron Paul's anti-war Stance is to progressives as atheism is to . . .
Libertarians and atheists have some commendable stances — but for the wrong reasons.
Nota Bene #101: Your Pal, Mike S.
“The guys who are shooting films now are technically brilliant, but there’s no content in their films. I marvel at what I see and wish I could have done a shot like […]
New theory says the End Times are really upon us
It started when our friend fikshun sent along an amusing item a few days ago. His job apparently requires him to spend inordinate amounts of time surfing the Web in search of […]
Is America ready for McChange?
It was one of this election season’s most surreal moments. Right about the time the other night that Barack Obama was clinching the Democratic nomination, a reanimated corpse Sen. John McCain took […]
The mother of all political dream cage matches
I’ve been following the comment thread on Mike’s Nader post. Which, of course, set me to thinking about the comment thread on my post here. And that put me in mind of […]
Go home, King Ralph, and take your army of whiners with you
By Martin Bosworth So by now you’ve probably heard that Ralph Nader is once again making a third run for the presidency. It pains me to have to say it, but Nader […]
Clinton inevitability: The insurgency is in its last throes
By Martin Bosworth Just as a quick hit, I’ve noticed a number of interesting pieces floating about the blogosphere that delve into the hidden dynamics and power struggles of the Clinton campaign […]
The writers' strike is over, and the writers have (largely) won
By Martin Bosworth It’s official–the three-month writer’s strike has come to an end, with 92.5% of the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) voting to get back to work after an agreement was […]