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  • Study: Religious children are less able to distinguish fantasy from reality

    07/30/2014 11:24:18 AM PDT · 51 of 65
    Wuli to lowbridge

    and by age 11 this means what???

    zip, nil, nada, zero

  • Are Ants the Answer to CO2 Sequestration?

    07/30/2014 11:22:34 AM PDT · 22 of 27
    Wuli to JimSEA

    when you hear scientists talking about “geoengineering” in direct and intentional ways by humans, call them out for the fools they are

  • Will Speaker move bill on the pope?

    07/30/2014 11:20:13 AM PDT · 10 of 11
    Wuli to GIdget2004

    Let the pols that sponsored the legislation issue their own personal congrats, which is about the end of any role government reps ought to have in it. The U.S. Congress should not be part of such gestures as official acts of government.

  • Rubio, Colleagues To Unveil Legislation Curbing Sexual Assaults On Campuses (War on Men)

    07/30/2014 9:06:54 AM PDT · 15 of 17
    Wuli to C19fan

    Rubio has become a mugwump - trying to sit with his mug on one side of the fence and his wump on the other, and like Humpty Dumpty he’ll have a great fall.

  • Economist: Social Security Is Insolvent, In Worse Shape Than Detroit’s Pension Funds

    07/30/2014 9:03:47 AM PDT · 29 of 39
    Wuli to Rusty0604

    ONLY Social Security “trustees” get away with calling a public debt the public owes itself - and must tax itself a second time to pay itself back - an “asset”.

    It is ONLY with these fictitious “assets” that the “trustees” get away with claiming that Social Security income and “assets” are sufficient for now and ONLY in need of “fixes” to shore it up in the long run.

    Any excess FICA payments to Social Security, not needed for current benefit payments, were NEVER “invested”, they were turned over to the treasury and spent along with general revenues and in return, the Social Security “trust fund” was given IOUs, which Americans must now, for the second time, re-tax themselves again to come up with the cash for those IOUs when Social Security needs to redeem them to pay baby boomers’ benefits.

    It is accounting fraud at the highest.

  • Average Price of Electricity Climbs to All-Time Record

    07/30/2014 8:53:35 AM PDT · 15 of 22
    Wuli to george76

    The true cost of “renewables”.

    The true rationale for “renewables” has nothing to do with energy or science - its politics and all politics.

  • My thoughts On Pat Buchanan’s Brilliant And Incisive Take On Washington’s Ukrainian Fiasco

    07/29/2014 4:32:48 PM PDT · 24 of 40
    Wuli to Lorianne

    I guess no one told Buchanan that the Soviet Union is supposed to have ended in 1991, not continued under pretense as a revived imperial Russian empire or a wannabee revived imperial Russian empire.

    Therefore his point and his analogy comparing the two eras and the two Ukraine states, old and new, and the two states of old Soviet Union and modern Russia as representing equal conditions, respectively, does nothing less than throw the end of the Soviet Empire into the ash heap of history as a non-event.

    Obviously that is Putin’s desire. What is not obvious is why Buchanan thinks the west ought to accede to it, in this era.

  • Homosexual Man Fired from Children’s Ministry for Introducing Boyfriend to Kids

    07/29/2014 4:21:41 PM PDT · 18 of 44
    Wuli to Faith Presses On

    Religious freedom trumps your choice of a job, when the employer is one whose moral/ethical values, and its mission’s values, do not agree with your life choices. No doubt the young man can find work elsewhere and knowing the Christian ministry’s objections, and their right to them, he should just move on.

  • European Union slaps new, stronger sanctions on Russia

    07/29/2014 1:18:35 PM PDT · 10 of 49
    Wuli to elhombrelibre

    “New arms deals, exports of energy and oil-drilling technologies, and sales of items with both civilian and military applications will be forbidden.”

    Ah, now that France has already made its big arms deal with Putin, sanctions on “new deals” are to banned. Spineless hypocrites.

    Obama should be telling U.S. energy importers that no Russian energy supplies (largest non-Opec crude oil supplier to the U.S. after Mexico) can come here. That will (1) make them cheaper elsewhere, which (2) will lower Putin’s revenue from them.

  • Jerry Brown urges ‘religious call ... to welcome the stranger’ in border crisis

    07/29/2014 1:09:01 PM PDT · 1 of 19
    Wuli
    What does religion say about your neighbors stealing their way into your house? That's what the real issue is.
  • Lambs to the GMO Slaughter

    07/29/2014 12:33:23 PM PDT · 15 of 37
    Wuli to Kaslin

    GMO seed making IS about Monsanto and others seeking to (a) monopolize the seed base for basic crops, to (b) seed bases that require the use of their herbicides and pesticides, (c) which they make more money off on than the seeds themselves.

    In the end, the world’s main food crops are shrinking massively in terms of the variety of seeds they are based on.

    No matter what arrogant man tries to do, narrowing the seed base of major crops in the extreme always, sooner or later, spells disaster, as some unforeseen consequence or some “natural” calamity, brings an unforeseen circumstance that an extremely narrow seed base lacks few candidates up to the challenge for.

    That, not mere potatoes themselves, was the cause of the Irish famine. THEIR potato crop had, by machinations of the British colonials become the overwhelming dominant crop of Ireland AND it had been focused on mostly one strain of potato. When a crop disease hit the potato crops of Europe most of Europe did not experience famine or lose nearly all their potatoes. What potatoes they were growing comprised a variety of strains, with enough strains that had what they needed to survive; unlike Ireland.

    The seeds for corn and soybeans, do to GMO progress around the world, have been reduced to 60-80% of the crop using just a few strains, and that is progressing into even less variety remaining.

    The opposite can be said for the growing seed monopolies of Monstanto.

    Conservatives need to admit that the adage “power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely” is a fact of human nature and its applicability goes to every sphere, not just government.

  • Did the War in Libya Prove Hawks Right or Wrong?

    07/29/2014 12:01:10 PM PDT · 18 of 20
    Wuli to Lorianne

    Libya was, for Obama, a wag the dog operation.

  • The Rebuilding of I-45: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity to Improve Houston

    07/29/2014 11:54:36 AM PDT · 19 of 25
    Wuli to a fool in paradise

    “Our crooked city is run by the property developers in the Downtown business partnership (and has been since at least the 1950s). Tearing down our interstate highway to appease them is not in the public interest......&....”Neither was building billions of dollars worth of stadiums to appease them.......&...”Neither is handing them our downtown (central) post office or jail all so we can build ourselves NEW facilities and they get prime real estate for more entertainment districts (funded by “redevelopment zone” taxes) and high rent condos.”

    Maybe “Alternative X” should be, using the power of eminent domain for a very brief spell of one Saturday and one Sunday, ALL land owners in the downtown district would have all the land collected into a joint holding company with each owner allotted shares in proportion to their land’s market value at midnight on the Friday before, but held in escrow by the city, and then that holding company given full title to the stretches of highway around downtown Houston, incurring a debt to the city of Houston, held by 30-year bonds, and then that holding company “privatized” back to the original owners, in their new collective ownership and each property with a perpetual & transferable lease to each original owner. Then, they can do what they want, and raise their own money - go themselves into more debt - to pay for remodeling Houston’s highways for their benefit.

    Fanciful yes, but you get my point.

  • General Electric's Game-Changing Fuel Cell May Spark A Revolution

    07/29/2014 11:34:23 AM PDT · 21 of 42
    Wuli to shove_it

    I just wish another energy raw material - natural gas - was not a required raw material for the fuel cell.

    Yes, the price of natural gas is making it more attractive in grid generated electricity, but it is less efficient (creates less heat for a comparable input compared to coal, fuel oil or nuclear) and grid generated electricity has a lot of inefficiency (energy loss) naturally, in the grid itself.

    It is also true that when it comes to heating, natural gas heaters now deliver close to 90% of the energy potential input. That makes heating a more efficient direct use of the natural gas than the 65% efficiency of using it for a fuel cell.

    On the other hand, that 65% efficiency of the fuel cell IS greater than the efficiency of power-grid generated use of natural gas for electricity, when all factors including losses via the distribution system are considered.

    In the question of whether or not the fuel cell is enough of a paradigm changer to bring natural gas into the home as a generator of electricity for the home, via fuel cells, that will require lots of other technical and economic questions and answers.

  • Tech layoffs could hit highest level since 2009

    07/29/2014 11:03:57 AM PDT · 11 of 16
    Wuli to SeekAndFind

    The tech world has been busily eliminating human labor, from the office to the manufacturing production floor, for almost 40 years, and now their own efforts are reaching their own people.

  • Hillary: Gaza´s Small Size Justification for Hamas Housing Rockets in Schools

    07/29/2014 10:58:04 AM PDT · 124 of 126
    Wuli to SJackson

    Billary are idiots.

    Hamas houses rockets in schools, hospitals and mosques for one reason that has two parts - to use civilians as human shields, daring Israel to attack and to intentionally create martyrs to its cause.

  • Court Rules In Favor Of Father Who Spanked Son For Cursing

    07/28/2014 11:47:10 AM PDT · 17 of 26
    Wuli to Dallas59

    Logic and reason take time to educate very small children into, and it should be done, and in the meantime a single
    smack can stop something immediately, give the child pause
    to think, and leaves room for reasonable discussion when
    the child is ready for it.

  • The Pentagon Overpays for Almost Everything—Even Prescription Drugs

    07/28/2014 11:41:17 AM PDT · 8 of 12
    Wuli to MadIsh32

    Congress can’t fix the Pentagon’s procurement problems because half the time Congress is responsible for crony-capitalist (contractors in the home district) add-ons in military contracts, add-ons the Pentagon agrees to NOT because without them the goal of an item’s use was jeopardized but just because getting approved by congress would be jeopardized without it.

    When people complained about us buying Russian Helicopters for Afghanistan as part of our military aid agreement with Afghanistan they were either ignorant of or willingly blind to the total agreement’s cost, which included the helos, training, parts and supplies in a mutli-year pact, all of which were less expensive on the less complex, easier to operate, less sophisticated but well built Russian helos.

    Under political pressure American military hardware has become a field of arrogant technological gold mines, for the contractors.

  • Judge rules largely in favor of Utah on rural roads dispute ( RS 2477 )

    07/28/2014 11:27:16 AM PDT · 2 of 17
    Wuli to george76

    Control of rural roads that run across public land, if it is public land held by the federal government, should be under state and local control - with states and localities having final say so, as long as the “public entity” across whose land the road passes is consulted - just consulted, not asked for permission. ONLY a “national security” cause should provide an exemption to the federal government, and NOT merely that a federal agency simply wants control.

  • Public Utility Attempting to Buy Arizona Elections

    07/28/2014 11:17:45 AM PDT · 9 of 11
    Wuli to vette6387

    The utility companies - in energy more than telecoms today - are saddled with heavily political supported union shops that have gotten high pension and insurance benefits with political arm twisting through the utility commissions.

  • Spanish Paedophile Stoned by Crowd in Marrakesh

    07/28/2014 9:38:01 AM PDT · 18 of 20
    Wuli to GladesGuru

    “Muslims don’t take kindly to mere infidels buggering their locaal catamites. Like Gubment, they don’t like competition.”

    I’ve been to Morocco. L believe what you’re saying is true.

  • N. Korea threatens nuclear strike on White House

    07/28/2014 9:32:40 AM PDT · 44 of 87
    Wuli to Thistooshallpass9

    “The threat came from Hwang Pyong-So, director of the military’s General Political Bureau, during a speech to a large military rally in Pyongyang Sunday on the anniversary of the armistice that ended the 1950-53 Korean War.”

    The statement illustrates WHY original language definitions and their correct communication are so important and how their misuse misinforms the masses all the time.

    An armistice is not an end to a war, it is only a truce, a temporary condition, waiting for a formal peace treaty. With only an armistice in hand, a state of war still exists and the peace of the moment is only a truce, not an end to the war.

    The author has been rendered ignorant by our lousy education system.

  • Public Utility Attempting to Buy Arizona Elections

    07/28/2014 9:20:47 AM PDT · 6 of 11
    Wuli to Kaslin

    I do not agree at all with APS political tactics.

    However, I do understand some things about electric power generation operations in general and their economics; at least I think I do.

    If someone reduces how much electricity they are using, does the utility “slow”, “lower” how much electricity a power plant is generating? No. Its not that simple.

    The power generators are not going to run less or more by what you take. They operate and produce at maximum efficiency and from it customers take what they need from the load delivered. What the customers do not take is still there in the load delivered, just not used. The usage itself did not change the cost of operations of the generators or the grid equipment. If lower usage becomes a trend by which demand for building new generators is less, that lowers costs for new equipment ONLY, it does not change the costs of running existing equipment and the need for the utility to get consumers to take all they can from what the generators are putting out. When they can’t, rates go up in spite of less consumption, because less consumption does not in general lower power generation operating costs.

    So, IN GENERAL lowering your usage does not, in general, lower the operating costs of a local power grid utility, but it is assumed it ought to lower your bill. It might, and then again I am way more efficient in electric consumption than five years ago, but my bill is higher, not lower. It is not rare to see the local utility asking the public utility commission for a rate increase - arguing that their operating costs are not lower even though consumption is down, and consequently their revenue per unit of energy generated, their ROI, & their profit is down.

    Some public utility authorities are rewarding electric companies for the good behavior of helping customers reduce consumption, become more efficient, or augment their electric needs with “alternate” sources. What are the rewards to the electric company? More positive answers to a rate increase.

    It is going to be a difficult transition from a grid energy paradigm to an independent energy paradigm. Greater efficiency comes at a cost and we all are going to pay for it, in one form or another. It is a transition I believe technology is pointing to. However, working out the economics of it are not as simple or clear as the technology.

  • SESSIONS: MELT CONGRESS' PHONE LINES, STOP OBAMA'S PLANNED EXECUTIVE AMNESTY

    07/28/2014 8:01:02 AM PDT · 95 of 110
    Wuli to Liz

    The political classes of the Central American countries have on their own led their people into their own problems. They can fix why foreign PRIVATE investment does not pour into their states without any help or money from the U.S. government.

  • Report says Pentagon has lost track of thousands of firearms given to Afghan forces [203,888]

    07/28/2014 7:56:43 AM PDT · 15 of 17
    Wuli to SJackson

    I imagine the Taliban has not “lost track” of many of them.

  • Dick's Eliminates PGA Instructors as Golf Sales Shrink

    07/27/2014 12:15:15 PM PDT · 10 of 61
    Wuli to Red in Blue PA

    while some of the decline in the numbers playing golf may be mortality among age groups that used to be more active in Golf, my counter evidence, anecdotal as it is, is an upswing in the numbers of my own recently retired age group who have just recently taken up golf in the last few years - half of those I know in my age group who never played golf much if at all in the past, retirement have taken up golf, or greatly expanded how much they play since they retired in recent years - and who buys more golf items year over year; those who have been playing for many years, or those whose active play starts in more recent years

    maybe Dicks is in a slump of their own, with the expansion of outfits like Sports Authority and, from what I have seen in some locales, an expansion of independent pro golf shops.

  • Israel and Palestine, an animated introduction.

    07/27/2014 11:08:33 AM PDT · 2 of 19
    Wuli to South40

    It is full of factual and historical errors large and small, which it mostly hides by eluding them, ignoring them and going around them to tell a very one sided narrative.

  • Oh Brother… Hillary Clinton Now Says She Was “Most Skeptical” of Reset With Russia (Video)

    07/27/2014 11:02:39 AM PDT · 37 of 45
    Wuli to Perdogg

    Billary is a dissembling in real time outfit.

  • ‘Our Neighbor Isn’t Doing Its Part’ (Honduras prez blames US for border swarm)

    07/27/2014 11:00:49 AM PDT · 28 of 32
    Wuli to Liz

    The fact that the El Salvadoran president, Obama and others conveniently do not remind the public of, because doing so would be inconvenient to their excuses, is the level of LEGAL immigration from El Salvador and EVERY South and Central American country.

    For instance, tiny El Savador with a 2000 population of less than 2 million, had LEGAL immigration from 1996 to 2012 of over 600,000.

    One supremely FALSE narrative from all of Latin America and from all “immigration rights” advocacy outfits is that LEGAL immigration from Latin America has been proportionately insufficient. From the perspective of the facts, the Latin American countries populations and the level of LEGAL immigration from them, there can be no truth to that myth and its false judgement on U.S. immigration.

  • New England Facing Power Shortage This Winter?

    07/27/2014 10:23:34 AM PDT · 32 of 83
    Wuli to Jack Hydrazine

    They have obsessed so much against any “fossil” fuel that even in his last days in office Barney Frank was helping stop the building of a northeast port facility for the receipt of ships hauling LNG, which, all domestic fuel industry considerations aside, would make for a closer source for any northeast pipeline networks than a lot of domestic natural gas.

  • Study: Law banning cell phones while driving doesn’t reduce accident rate

    07/26/2014 12:13:08 PM PDT · 11 of 39
    Wuli to SeekAndFind

    the researchers are showing the evidence that, anecdotally, made my arguments on the subject over a decade ago

    - a cop can always stop and ticket ANYONE for driving in a negligent or reckless manner and that negligent/reckless manner, no matter the cause, is the only legal cause the cop needs, and so the only necessary law is/was already on the books

    so how often is someone stopped for driving while eating or drinking, loading/unloading their CD, adjusting their radio or GPS, putting on their makeup, putting on or taking off a shirt, or sweater, or jacket or a zillion other things that can lead to major driving errors - not very often

    but just let someone be seen using their cellphone, no matter how responsibly, and THAT’s a legal issue

    it’s not about insane driving practices, there are dozens of them; its about insane utopian laws that pretend to do what they cannot - stop stupid from being stupid

  • How America Started The Border Crisis (Blame America First 2.0)

    07/26/2014 11:57:28 AM PDT · 18 of 19
    Wuli to 2ndDivisionVet

    Blame the victim, the U.S., not the culprits - those who immigrated illegally, deserved no amnesty or “refugee status” and instead of turning back home turned to violence here - ALL their choices, not ours.

  • India Threatens To Derail WTO Deal Over Public Stockholding Of Food

    07/26/2014 11:43:58 AM PDT · 6 of 6
    Wuli to Citizen Zed

    “A vastly better system would simply be to take the same amount of money and then give it to the poor so they could go buy food on the market.”

    Hold on there. If they did that then they’d be upsetting the political culture of India, in which political power over handouts and the accompanied corruption goes hand in hand with party-building and more intimately and directly than similar buying of votes by Marxists and Progressives in this country, through government policies they promote and/or run.

  • NJ Turnpike Authority files lawsuit over pizza shop logo

    07/26/2014 11:38:02 AM PDT · 20 of 20
    Wuli to SoFloFreeper

    The NJ authorities should take it as a compliment and they should realize they are making their own bad PR with all the NJ snowbirds and retirees that reside for all or part of the year in Flordia: which may be the source of what attracted the Pizza chain to their legal marketing ploy.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/business/transportation/NJ_files_lawsuit_over_pizza_shop_logo.html

  • NJ Turnpike Authority files lawsuit over pizza shop logo

    07/26/2014 11:37:46 AM PDT · 19 of 20
    Wuli to SoFloFreeper

    The NJ authorities should take it as a compliment and they should realize they are making their own bad PR with all the NJ snowbirds and retirees that reside for all or part of the year in Flordia: which may be the source of what attracted the Pizza chain to their legal marketing ploy.

  • This Is An Awesome Idea! A Vending Machine Takes Empty Bottles And Feeds Stray Dogs In Return…

    07/26/2014 11:30:44 AM PDT · 22 of 23
    Wuli to Perdogg

    charming and charitable, but catching strays, getting them “fixed” (so they cannnot add to the stray population) and finding homes for them is preferable

  • Our Nation Of Immigrants Forgets Its Past

    07/26/2014 11:24:48 AM PDT · 58 of 60
    Wuli to 2ndDivisionVet

    The key line of the poem written for the Statue of Liberty is NOT merely about the “tired”, “poor” and “hungry”. It ends, for emphasis, with “yearning to be FREE” and last I checked most ILLEGAL immigrants have as much political freedom and human rights IN THEIR DEMOCRATIC COUNTRIES as do American citizens and the millions of LEGAL immigrants to America; and therefore the freedoms offered by analogy by the Statue of Liberty are not really talking about MOST illegal migrants.

  • Turkish Prime Minister: Israel Has ‘Surpassed What Hitler Did To Them’

    07/26/2014 10:59:16 AM PDT · 62 of 63
    Wuli to Star Traveler

    What Erdogan is actually saying, from where his heart is speaking, is HE would like to “exceed Hitler”.

  • Moody's downgrades Atlantic City general obligation bonds to junk status

    07/23/2014 3:52:33 PM PDT · 11 of 12
    Wuli to AngelesCrestHighway

    For years after many of the casinos were built, we’d say:

    “Gee, we haven’t been to Atlantic City in a long time, let’s go down there.”

    Then we’d go, and before or by the time we left, we’d say:

    “Why’d we forget how much the experience was not so good last time? Let’s not do this again.”

    And we’d vow not to go again.

    It took a few times of forgetting and breaking our vow before we quit going altogether.

    Atlantic City is now just another government planned and overseen “economic development” project gone bad, as most do.

  • U.N. launches probe into alleged Israeli crimes in Gaza

    07/23/2014 3:42:17 PM PDT · 8 of 14
    Wuli to illiac

    The “war crime” is the Hamas military operations using the entire population of Gaza as human shields.

    It does so NOT because it gives a damn about the civilians in Gaza but because it intentionally wants martyrs to its cause.

  • NJ teen who sued parents obtains restraining order against boyfriend

    07/23/2014 3:39:36 PM PDT · 25 of 32
    Wuli to dynachrome

    it sounds like the jams she’s getting into might stem from problems of her own - like spoiled and immature and demanding;
    no excuse for anyone chocking her but either she’s made serious errors in her choice of a boyfriend and/or at the same time she brings out the worst in him

  • Responding to “Spiritual but Not Religious” Christians

    07/23/2014 11:51:58 AM PDT · 51 of 176
    Wuli to NKP_Vet

    There is a number of straw man arguments the author makes.

    “Over the last several years I have encountered a fair number of Christians who claim they are “spiritual but not religious.” In other words, they do not identify with a particular Christian denomination, using the Bible alone to guide their faith. It’s an ideology that says religious institutions are outdated and unnecessary.”

    and

    “The issue is whether or not one can do this privately, reading only Scripture and coming to their own conclusions on theological matters, or whether one must submit to some authority outside of themselves.”

    The pretense here is people are using ONLY “their own” authority and are not listening to any authority outside their own. In fact, in the area of human guidance non-demominational Christians can be following a number of human “authorities” of one denomination or more as well as theologians and pastors not particularly associated with a single denomination in their writing, AND with the one authority in scripture G-d. All the writer is really complaining about is the non-denominational are not listening to some “authority” he approves of.

    “In Matthew 16:18, Jesus says to the apostle Peter, “you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church.” Catholics believe that in this verse Jesus is bestowing on Peter a position of authority from which the office of the pope is derived. But even if the “spiritual” Christian has problems with this belief, there is no escaping the fact that Christ intended his Church to be both visible and authoritative.”

    And for Christians who do not accept the Roman misinterpretation - formulated to serve the human institution given the emperor’s blessing, and for all non-demominational Christians “authoritative” does not have to conform to a certain denomination and “visible” is the spiritual Church made visible and known by the Christian life of Christian believers, in and out of any denomination.

  • U.S. ally cuts off communications with Obama and seeks new trade outside dollar

    07/23/2014 11:28:39 AM PDT · 34 of 34
    Wuli to JohnKinAK

    The Islamists in Russia’s underbelly of former Soviet States will be happy with Erdongan’s “trojan horse” alliance of convenience with Putin.

  • U.N. Official Cites ‘Strong Possibility’ of War Crimes in Gaza Conflict

    07/23/2014 11:13:09 AM PDT · 19 of 57
    Wuli to lbryce

    The real political crime against humanity is the U.N. Human Rights Commission, a falsely named global political organ led by the undemocratic international political forces that shape its agenda and keep it working as the feckless steward of human rights that it is.

  • Ben Carson Wins Western Conservative Straw Poll (Cruz, Palin, #2 and #3)

    07/22/2014 10:14:08 AM PDT · 19 of 19
    Wuli to Cringing Negativism Network

    Look at those “racist” Tea Party types, defeating the Leftist notion of them as racist, and where is the LameStreamMedia in reporting Carson’s landslide win in the poll? Absent as usual.

  • Hillary's silence is deafening

    07/22/2014 10:01:59 AM PDT · 17 of 23
    Wuli to jazusamo

    Like her job at State, Hillary remains an actor on the political stage without substance and adorned in photo ops as all the evidence of how great she is.

  • GLAAD Study Finds Lack Of LGBT Images, Offensive Content In Films From 7 Studios

    07/22/2014 9:58:55 AM PDT · 23 of 39
    Wuli to TigerClaws

    I’ve had “gays” say the TV industry today, for “gays”, is like the Amos and Andy period must have been for blacks - over represented in stereotypes.

  • Global warming 'pause' was a natural fluctuation, scientists say

    07/22/2014 9:54:13 AM PDT · 16 of 50
    Wuli to SeekAndFind

    Someone needs to remind the professor, the “pause” is neither predicted by or meets the models used by the “man made” global warming crowd, AND remind the professor that mere corellation (it is a cycle seen before) also does not explain cause.

    The REAL fact is that the earth climate has been generally warming, with fits and starts, since the end of the last great ice age, and “industrial polution” or not is likely to keep warming no matter what humans do, OR NOT, as natural forces much stronger than human input dictate.

  • Boehner: House Has No Plans to Defund Unconstitutional Acts by Obama

    07/21/2014 1:17:27 PM PDT · 58 of 107
    Wuli to lilyramone

    Boehner is an idiot.

    It is Obama and Harry Reid that need and rely on the House of Representatives, for money, not the other way around.

    That makes the power of the purse more direct, immediate and powerful than the political stunt of “suing the President” which if not tossed out by SCOTUS will still be laughed at by Obama.

  • Iran balks at Kurdish statehood threats

    07/20/2014 5:04:38 PM PDT · 3 of 7
    Wuli to DeaconBenjamin

    Kurdish independence and American military support for it should have been American policy from 1991 on.

    The Brits were wrong to accede to the Sunni demands for “Iraq” under a Brit-appointed Sunni Hashemite “King” as reward for the Arabs help with the Brits against the Ottoman Turks.

    They helped install perpetual Sunni air of superiorty in Iraq, against the sizeable Shia and Kurd minorities and aided the cause of the sectarian strife that continues today.