davidl on April 30th, 2011

Demographics and demagogues,  maybe Outside the Beltway is what a site run by college professors would be expected to be,  that one which favors political correctness over logic.  An Oklahoma legislator Sally Kern as reported by  Tulsa World: Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, said minorities earn less than white people because they don’t work as […]

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davidl on January 22nd, 2011

Politics linked to murder, the leftwing theory that politics can lead to murder is supported, albeit in a different venue, not Arizona but rather Pennsylvania, from Michelle: But the grand jury itself pointed out that loosened oversight of abortion clinics enacted under pro-choice former GOP governor Tom Ridge enabled Gosnell’s criminal enterprise – and led […]

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Eric Florack on June 6th, 2008

You didn’t hear about this yesterday, I’m willing to bet. The Senate Commerce Committee met on Tuesday, trying to figure out what to do about the sharp increase in prices on oil. I mentioned the other day that George Soros was one of the people there. I’ve mentioned the reasons here many times…. simply getting […]

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Eric Florack on May 22nd, 2008

I’ve been saying this oil bubble we’re in is about to burst. I said just this morning: Did you notice the prediction for $12/gallon gas? That’s usually the first sign of a bubble bursting. Just file it away for now. Apparently, you’re not going to have to file it for long, now. The Telegraph: The […]

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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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