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My Latest Missive to Randi Weingarten

My Latest Missive to Randi Weingarten

    By Larry Sand This is the sixth in a series of open letters to the president of the American Federation of Teachers. (The first five can be accessed here.) Yo Randi! I am really concerned about you, girl! First, at Al Sharpton’s National Day of Action lefty-fest in D.C. a couple of weeks ago, you informed […]

Solar Panels Generate Mountains of Waste

Solar Panels Generate Mountains of Waste

    By Duggan Flanakin They also heat the planet, blanket wildlife habitats and cause other ecological damage The problem of solar panel waste is now becoming evident. As environmental journalist Emily Folk admits in Renewable Energy Magazine, “when talking about renewable energy, the topic of waste does not often appear.” She attributes this to […]

One Nation Under God

One Nation Under God

    By Michael Greer That is the point, isn’t it? Didn’t our founders believe our form of government wasn’t possible without a religiously moral people? But we aren’t “one nation” anymore, are we? And morality is now considered a “White construct”. We don’t even understand where these people who are burning, looting, shooting police, […]

Testing, Testing, One, Two, Zero

Testing, Testing, One, Two, Zero

    By Joel Schlosberg For this fall’s college freshmen, standardized tests weren’t as crucial in determining their selection as they would have been before 2020. Hundreds of educational institutions waived exam requirements when COVID prevented on-site administration. Some even excised the tests from the application process entirely. Yet Jeffrey Selingo reports that “something strange […]

Supreme Court: Playing for Time vs. Advise and Consent

Supreme Court: Playing for Time vs. Advise and Consent

    By Thomas L. Knapp “The American people,” US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said in 2016, “should have a voice in the selection of their next Supreme Court Justice. Therefore, this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new president.” McConnell took that position in response to President Barack Obama’s […]

‘Climate arson’ and Other Wildfire Nonsense

‘Climate arson’ and Other Wildfire Nonsense

    By Paul Driessen Real goal is to avoid responsibility for policies, and increase control over energy, lives, property In what has become an annual summer tragedy, wildfires are again destroying western US forests. Millions of acres and millions of animals have been incinerated, hundreds of homes reduced to ash and rubble, dozens of […]

Private School Primacy?

Private School Primacy?

    By Larry Sand It’s back-to-school decision time for many parents. With schools set to reopen, it’s time for parents to choose how best to proceed with their children’s education in our Covid-obsessed country. If there is no in-school option, how many will stick with online education from their local public school? And how […]

Climate Hustle 2 Premieres This Thursday

Climate Hustle 2 Premieres This Thursday

    By Paul Driessen Ignore the Climate Alarm, Clean Energy and Cancel Culture Industry con artists. See the movie. Weekly, daily, even hourly, we are told that global temperatures are rising, ice caps are melting, and hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, floods and droughts are all getting more frequent, intense and destructive because of climate change. […]

“The Radiation Scandal Revealed”

“The Radiation Scandal Revealed”

    By Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris A scientific scandal of epic proportions has led to costly, overly restrictive regulations and harmed patients by greatly precluding the use of radiation in curative medicine. Dr. Edward J. Calabrese, Professor of Toxicology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst has found evidence of scientific fraud in the reviews […]

Voters Can’t Get Mad Enough to Get Happy

Voters Can’t Get Mad Enough to Get Happy

    by Joel Schlosberg Larry Penner vouches that “the Democrats could run Mad magazine’s ‘What, Me Worry?’ Alfred E. Neuman for president and still carry the Empire State by a wide margin” (“True blue New York,” Queens Chronicle, August 27). That’s a harsh assessment … of Neuman. Unlike Democratic politicians in solidly blue states, […]

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