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Welcome to Earth! It has been 6935 days and counting since we had any global warming!

If you've got children heading off to college this fall, congratulations - they have lived their entire lives in a world without global warming, a fact that stands in absolute and total defiance of the phony computer models that predicted we'd be watching penguins float through the flooded streets of Miami on melting ice floes by now.   Sep 2, 2014 2:14 PM PT

Islamist militia seizes US embassy in Libya

If Barack Obama's hideous foreign policy debacles were a stage play, this is the point where Hillary Clinton would be lowered on wires to fly around the stage shrieking "WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE?"  Tripoli has fallen to Islamists, prompting Egypt and the United Arab Emirates to conduct bombing runs against the Muslim Brotherhood without even bothering to inform former U.S. President Barack Obama (who is, once again, playing golf while the world burns down.)   Aug 31, 2014 12:30 PM PT

Why a TV Network Would Cancel Its Highest-Rated Drama

A&E's "Longmire," which recently wrapped up its third season, is the second highest-rated program on the network (second only to "Duck Dynasty") and the most popular original dramatic production the network has ever aired.  It's an unassuming police procedural that breathes new life into cop and mystery cliches with a unique setting, the big sky country of Wyoming, and a terrific lead character, gruff old cowboy sheriff Walt Longmire.  Indian characters and the local reservation add some interesting twists as well.  The cast has an easy chemistry that makes watching the show like catching up with old friends at a weekly poker game. Aug 30, 2014 9:05 AM PT

Internet providers team up to block America's best Internet service

It is widely held that one of the fastest Internet services in America, if not the fastest, can be found in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  They've got speeds that can reach 1 gigabit per second, which is around fifty times faster than the average in the U.S.  The high quality of this network has been bringing tech jobs to the area.  And yet, a partnership between Big Cable companies Comcast and Time Warner is trying to block expansion of the Chattanooga high-speed Internet service, along with a similar service in Wilson, North Carolina. Aug 30, 2014 7:44 AM PT

Latest world power to have a top-secret drone program: Google

There was some pretty wild talk coming out of Amazon a while back about using unmanned aerial vehicles to deliver packages.  It turns out Google wants to play too, and is already has a drone test program well under way.  The existence of this top-secret program was officially announced on Thursday.  From USA Today: Aug 29, 2014 9:32 AM PT

Fort Hood shooter wants to join ISIS

Awww, look who's got a new pen pal!  None other than Major Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood shooter, who is inexplicably still capable of such activities as sending letters, and breathing.  The world's most infamous perpetrator of "workplace violence" wants to join ISIS, as Fox News reported after getting a copy of Hasan's letter to ISIS mastermind Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.   Aug 28, 2014 9:04 PM PT

Another victory for the Heckler's Veto

The Heckler's Veto is becoming one of the preferred instruments of cultural control and speech suppression in America.  It's fairly easy to pull off: you just have to convince the authorities - college administrators, the police, the hosts of a speaking event, etc. - that you'll respond with violence to speech you disfavor, leading the authorities to conclude that suppressing the speech is the easiest way to avoid trouble.   Aug 28, 2014 10:56 AM PT

Bummer of the summer: HBO's "The Leftovers"

Aficionados of horror fiction must occasionally deal with the inherent flaw of the genre: a horror film or book can succeed so well at being frightening, disturbing, or repulsive that it fails as entertainment.  The audience response is, "Wow, that sure was scary as hell, and incredibly unsettling... so why did I just watch it?  Why would anyone make something like that?" Aug 27, 2014 11:58 AM PT

CNN goes crazy with unverified Ferguson gunshot audio

Media bias doesn't consist entirely, or even primarily, of outright falsehoods.  It's expressed through the stories our media herd chooses not to tell, because they don't fit easily into preferred narratives... and which stories they lavish saturation coverage upon, because they do. Aug 27, 2014 7:34 AM PT

Iraq vet in Mississippi left in medically-induced coma due to severe Narrative violation

The same media outlets that couldn't wait to hype the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri are tiptoeing very delicately around the beating of Iraq veteran Ralph Weems in Mississippi.  Weems is a white man severely beaten last Saturday night, allegedly by a mob of black men upset about the Brown shooting.  Working from a phone interview conducted by Weems' friend with the Associated Press, the UK Daily Mail has the most detailed account of the incident: Aug 26, 2014 8:27 PM PT

Total cost of TrainWreck.gov ObamaCare website: $1.7 billion

The inability of the federal government to launch a website presented a big crisis for managerial liberalism.  It's also a spectacular example of how the government burns through money like there's no tomorrow.  The total cost of the crap ObamaCare website, from its failed launch through countless fixes, works out to a cool $1.7 billion according to the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services. Aug 26, 2014 7:35 PM PT

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