Another global warming canard exposed

by Rick Moran,  American Thinker

There is no doubt that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet has been melting, although the rate of melting has varied over time. Continue reading

Illegal Aliens Murder at a Much Higher Rate Than US Citizens Do

by Randall Hoven,  American Thinker

It’s time to fact-check the fact-checkers. Continue reading

The 36-Year Project to Whitewash Iran

by Sohrab Ahmari,  Commentary Magazine

Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini bangs his fists on the table. “Gentlemen, gentlemen!” he says. “If we do nothing else this week, we must conceive at least one terrorist act that will show all the world that the United States, the Great Satan, is but a paper tiger, a weak nation of weak people, a people ripe for destruction!” Continue reading

There Is No Moral Difference Between ‘Malcolm X’ and ‘Gone With the Wind’

by John Nolte,  Breitbart

So that there is no confusion, let me say this up front: Anyone familiar with my love of movies knows that I have long considered Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X” (1992) to be a legitimate cinematic masterpiece, the best film of the 1990s (after Oliver Stone’s “JFK”). “Malcolm X” deserved the Best Picture Oscar over Clint Eastwood’s superb “Unforgiven,” and Denzel Washington damn sure deserved the Best Actor Oscar over Al Pacino in “Scent of a Woman.” Continue reading

Judge orders Brady Center to pay legal fees of gun dealer it sued

by Thomas Lifson,  American Thinker

It is all too rare that those who file a frivolous lawsuit undertaken for questionable reasons are forced to pay the legal fees of those whom they sue.  Continue reading

Redefining “Hate” as “Terrorism”

by Jim Goad,  Taki’s Magazine

Amid all the empty, gaseous, fear-mongering bullshit we constantly hear about “terrorism,” lost is the fact that what were arguably that USA’s first anti-terrorist laws were designed to crush the KKK in the South during Reconstruction. Continue reading

U.S. high court topples controversial mercury pollution regulations

by Marianne Lavelle,  Science Insider

Long-delayed action on the health risks of mercury produced by U.S. coal power plants will have to wait even longer, as the Supreme Court decided today that federal authorities failed to properly weigh the benefits of regulation against the costs. Continue reading

Early modern humans interbred with Neanderthals

by Science Daily

Neanderthals became extinct about 40,000 years ago but contributed on average one to three percent to the genomes of present-day Eurasians. Continue reading

“Rat Park” and the Vietnam War

by Chris Campbell,  Laissez Faire

“Cops in Santa Ana, California,” Reason magazine’s blog reports, “donned ski masks to break and enter into a local medical marijuana dispensary, raiding it with guns drawn in a May 27 police action. Continue reading

Judge rules AIG bailout ‘unconstitutional’

by Rick Moran,  American Thinker

A judge ruled that the 2008 bailout and takeover of insurance giant AIG was “unduly harsh” and unconstitutional. Continue reading