Rick Warren needs $900,000, ASAP.

From Pastor Rick’s News and Views: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 Dear Saddleback Family, THIS IS AN URGENT LETTER unlike any I’ve written in 30 years. Please read all of it and get back to me in the next 48 hours. I have thrilling news to share with you below but first some seriously bad news: […]

Shut up you dirty hippies!

Over the course of the health care debate a small but growing cadre of liberal and not-so-liberal pundits, “experts”, and insiders have come to a definite consensus on the health care bill: That the bill itself is a massive historic accomplishment on a par with Civil Rights, the New Deal, the Great Society, and the […]

Tuesday Energy Blogging – How you know beyond a shadow of a doubt man-made climate change is real

From the WSJ (subscription needed to read entire article): FRANKFURT — Munich Re AG, one of the world’s largest reinsurers, Tuesday said economic and insured losses caused by climate change will continue to grow, and called for a near-term deal to ensure a substantial reduction in global greenhouse-gas emissions. Reinsurers are the companies that insure […]

June 16, 2008

That’s the date that the US visa was issued to Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab. Who was President then? Oh, and two of the men who Abdulmutallab plan his attack were released from Gitmo in 2007. Who was President then, again? And who was the Governor of Arizona at the time? This is the person who should […]

Theater critics unimpressed by Napolitano’s performance

I’ve long suspected that a lot of conservatives are concerned with how things look to the exclusion of everything else, including and especially competence. They are very quick to point out flaws in the appearance and comportment of Democrats and liberals. It’s why flag pins became a campaign issue and Presidential bows to foreign leaders […]

Twas the night before Xmas, and I feel like Santa drove his sleigh over me

See, what happened was, I was walking along minding my own business when I tripped on something. I broke the fall with my face. Because I am made of mostly durable rubber, I didn’t break anything and sustained no concussion. I did, despite my best efforts with hydrogen peroxide, develop a nasty infection where I […]

Tuesday Energy Blogging – Cap and Trade or Bait and Switch?

Annie Leonard, who made a splash on the Interwebs with her short film The Story of Stuff has a sharp new film about cap and trade. I’m glad I came across this for tonight’s entry because I wanted to write something about the Copenhagen climate conference, which has (sadly) not been the focus of much […]