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Note: Moved to Wednesday evening because of items posted.
Okay, they’ve punched us in the gut enough during the past two weeks. Now it’s time to make sure what they’ve been doing in this and other areas gets captured.
That includes the hoax continuation document known as the latest IPCC climate assessment, aka the latest justification for worldwide carbon tyranny. Item: “Top MIT scientist: Newest UN climate report is ‘hilariously’ flawed.” Well, it’s not really hilarious as long as our Punk President and his EPA use it to justify their war on coal and fossil fuel-based energy.
None of this would work if the academia-government-global warming complex didn’t have this: “Liberal media huddles to re-hype global warming.” Now some of them won’t publish comments or letters to the editor which call BS on their dogma.
Addendum: “Using ‘Sue and Settle’ to Thwart Oil and Gas Drillers”
Rebuttal: “Climate Study: Evidence Leans Against Human-Caused Global Warming”
Obamacare is so great, especially in Tennessee, that you can get a smartphone, i.e., an Obamaphone, for signing up.
Obamacare’s sign-up numbers for actual policies were so great on Monday that the adminsitration said it won’t tell us how many they have for a month.
Oct. 2 — Casey Mulligan: How ObamaCare Wrecks the Work Ethic
The health-care law, starting Jan. 1, will begin driving up marginal tax rates—well above 50% for many.
Uh, “someone” was on this on September 23.
Pamela Geller at Atlas Shrugs: “A Democrat Finally Uses the Word ‘Jihad” — on Republicans, of course.
Lesson in pushback: “No communion for Nancy Pelosi: Vatican court head.”
This goes back two weeks, but it’s worth noting for the lengths to which the government will go to get citizens under their thumbs: “The Obama administration on Tuesday defended its effort to regulate the tax return preparation business for the first time in U.S. history, basing its case largely on a 19th century law dealing with horses lost or killed in the Civil War.”
More coming Thursday morning.