davidl on May 6th, 2008

Jeff Poor, Business & Media Institute “ Gore Calls Myanmar Cyclone a ‘Consequence’ of Global Warming:” Using tragedy to advance an agenda has been a strategy for many global warming activists, and it was just a matter of time before someone found a way to tie the recent Myanmar cyclone to global warming. Former Vice […]

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on May 6th, 2008

Swamp Stomper Ring Forward: (Art Smith/Conservative Reader) Books for Soldiers (booksforsoldiers.com) needs financial help.  This is an organization that provides books and other media (donated or financed by members such as myself) to members of the US Military who are on active duty.  I have personally had a positive experience with this organization.  They know […]

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Yes, dear reader, I know I often write the Rambles so you MUST click on the links to see what the subject is. That’s the idea. That said, let’s get to it. Not often in the last cycle did we see the fact that Obama won Guam by only seven votes. I suppose you can […]

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Eric Florack on May 6th, 2008

Guns don’t kill people… small cars do.

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Eric Florack on May 6th, 2008

Let’s break this down: Had Bill Clinton not vetoed ANWR drilling back in 1995, our supply of available crude would be at least 20% higher than it is today. That is one of several examples of our being prevented from drilling where the oil is. There are countless offshore examples, off California, and Florida. We […]

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davidl on May 6th, 2008

“We’re going to go right at OPEC,” she said. “They can no longer be a cartel Ben Smith. Sure Mre. Clinton.   While you are at, why don’t you repeal that pesty law of gravity.   Serious times, require serious presidents.   The Clintons are not serious. ?

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A while ago, and once again, earlier today, I pointed out a salient fact that nobody seems to notice: According to CNN Money, Exxon total “profits” if you don’t count exploration costs, were $40BUSD, in 2007. Their taxes, however, were $100BUSD. With this huge disparity in mind, let us contemplate what a real gas tax […]

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