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Back in the USA!

November 8, 2013

After a six-day trip to London and Edinburgh I’m back in the States, readjusting to the time and temperature.  The UK is a fun place to visit.  Among everything else, it’s the little things that make it interesting — the accents, pub life (no TVs to be found!), all that singing and chanting at the [...]

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America’s Role in Lockerbie Bomber’s Release

July 26, 2010

The Dem’s insatiable appetite to drive a political point home inadvertently may have gone too far.  In the wake of the BP Gulf Oil Spill, Democrats wanted to pound the demonization of BP by investigating further, looking into a potential link between BP and the 2009 release of Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, the man charged, tried [...]

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An Icy Blast from the Past

December 6, 2009

Scanning through the Internet this morning I bumped into this Forbes article regarding the “Coming Ice Age” hysteria of the 1970s, relating it to today’s global warming hysteria.  The author, Gary Sutton, brings up a point I’ve been saying for a while — scientists live on funding, while politicians live on panic.  It’s the perfect [...]

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