Diversity Fixation

By Tom Quiner Liberals have talked themselves into believing two contradictory things, as evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller points out in today’s Wall Street Journal: Men and women and all races think alike. They possess the exact same traits, proclivities, and yearnings. In other words, there is true no diversity since we’re all alike. Companies must […]

via The inscrutable logic of liberals’ diversity fixation — A Heapin’ Plate of Conservative Politics

We’re All Going to DIE!!!!!

My post about sea level rise in the Adjustocene reminded me of an article from 4 years ago… Five Ways Climate Change Threatens Energy in Texas JULY 18, 2013 | 9:05 AM BY MICHAEL MARKS The Department of Energy released a report recently looking at how climate change and extreme weather could make our power supplies more vulnerable. […]

via Sea level rise, subsidence and hurricanes… Oh my!!! — Watts Up With That?

UK Government Worship of Global Warming Contributed to Grenfell Tower Disaster

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The flammable building cladding which helped turn Grenfell Tower into a blazing torch which killed at least 58 people on the 14th June this year may have been chosen in part due to its climate credentials. Grenfell Tower cladding that may have led to fire was chosen to improve appearance […]

via Did UK Government Climate Mania Contribute to the Grenfell Tower Disaster? — Watts Up With That?

Latest Bernie Sanders Supporting Traitor Indicted

The leaker of classified NSA documents, Reality Leigh Winner appeared in court today in Augusta Georgia. She was denied bail as prosecutors provided the judge with evidence in the case including Ms. Winner writing about burning down the White House and a pre-planned intention to flee the country and head to Afghanistan or Mexico. (Via […]

via NSA Leaker Appears in Court – Denied Bail, Tells Mom To Use “Chelsea Manning” Media Defense Strategy… — The Last Refuge

The Butterfield Effect – Taxes – and Media Ignorance

Seven years ago, I wrote about the “Butterfield Effect,” which is a term used to mock clueless journalists. A former reporter for the New York Times, Fox Butterfield, became a bit of a laughingstock in the 1990s for publishing a series of articles addressing the supposed quandary of how crime rates could be falling during […]

via The Continuing Revenge of the Laffer Curve — International Liberty