Tag Archives: politics

On Being a Patriot / Political Ecology

This is a post I started writing–at least in my head–several years ago, when we had a different administration and different issues to argue about.  However, in spite of the stark differences between Bush and Obama, some things haven’t changed. … Continue reading

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Obamacare: A Lose-Lose Scenario

I try not to post much about politics, for a number of reasons. For one thing, there are way too many out there already.  I prefer to stick more to philosophical and theological issues – issues that are around for … Continue reading

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The politics of global warming “science”

The Preface to the recently discovered internal EPA report (which was suppressed for political reasons), begins: We have become increasingly concerned that EPA and many other agencies and countries have paid too little attention to the science of global warming. … Continue reading

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“Climate models are useless…”

From the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Environment & Public Works website: Retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist Dr. John S. Theon, the former supervisor of James Hansen, NASA’s vocal man-made global warming fears soothsayer, has now publicly declared himself a skeptic … Continue reading

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