Monthly Archives: March 2014

‘Girls’: The Dark Side

Emma Woolf On Losing Her ‘Girls’ Virginity – The Daily Beast. Could this be the beginning of sanity in the media? “What happens when a British writer finally gives into the hype and watches her very first episode of Lena … Continue reading

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Bob Kerrey Calls Obama a Delusional Liar

Bob Kerrey Calls Obama a Delusional Liar; Renders Himself MSM Nonperson | NewsBusters.

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Campus Brownshirts Rising

Campus Brownshirts Rising | FrontPage Magazine. “Jill Schneiderman is an unlikely warrior for Jewish rights. A professor of Earth sciences at Vassar College and a lesbian activist, Schneiderman’s political passions put her smack in the middle of the far-Left academic … Continue reading

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California Bullet Train: Bait & Switch

California Bullet Train Tallies Yet Another Failure – The American Interest. “Regularly scheduled service on California’s bullet train system will not meet anticipated trip times of two hours and 40 minutes between Los Angeles and San Francisco, and are likely … Continue reading

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The biggest tsunami recorded was 1,720 feet tall and chances are good it will happen again

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Batty Over Wind Power – YouTube

I see a future with power, wi-fi, cell towers and surveillance all floating over our heads. Nice?

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Religion of Peace: Apartheid State

BBC News – Sawan Masih: Pakistani Christian gets death penalty for blasphemy. The BBC reports the majority of people charged with blasphemy are Muslims. They don’t want to give the impression that Christians are persecuted. What they don’t say is … Continue reading

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