Moment Of Clarity
I’ve avoided doing a lot of blogging on Climategate because so many other sites and bloggers are doing such a great job, while the Left gets increasingly shrill (“Pay no attention to the scientists behind the curtain!”). But a new critical point has been reached: the Warmist scientific elite are starting to turn on one [...]
…oh what a beautiful day! McDonnell wins in Virginia by nearly a 20% margin; ditto for the Republican candidates in the Lt. Governor and State Attorney General races. Christie wins in New Jersey in spite of Democratic control of the state top to bottom. And, of course, Obama isn’t watching the returns. Went to New [...]
This wonderful chart, put up by Veronique de Rugy over at The American, is even better than the chart that I’ve used off and on for months to show the staggering deficit projections resulting from the Obama Administration unsustainable economic policies. As per de Rugy’s explanations, here’s what the color bars mean: the orange bars [...]
From the amazing iTulip.com site, a graph that well explains the likelihood of the idea that we are in a new “bull market” just because we had 4 days where the stock market did not dive.
I am depressed I did not think of this first. Hat tip to the amazing climate science blog, Watts Up With That, and of course Joy of Tech.
From an excellent article in reason.com: “Investing in socially responsible stocks just because they are socially responsible is not—underline not—a valid investment thesis,” says Steven Pines, a senior investment consultant for Northern Trust. “This crisis highlights the limitations of social research methods,” says Dirk Matten, who holds the Hewlett-Packard chair in corporate social responsibility at [...]