Remember a couple of months ago when it hit the news that a census worker had been killed, and that it seemed to have been the work of anti-government “Tea Party” types because the man was a government worker and because of the word “fed” written on his chest, presumably by his murderer? Now that a thorough investigation has been conducted, authorities have concluded that it was a staged suicide.
Senator James Inhofe is calling for a probe into the global warming fraud emails and documents which came to light last week. With a cap and trade global warming tax on the table here in the United States, and a UN climate change treaty which would hamstring the U.S. economy, we cannot afford to ignore this compelling evidence that the theory of anthropogenic global warming is a complete fraud.
The scientific principle of “falsifiability” asserts that “the criterion of the scientific status of a theory is its falsifiability, or refutability, or testability.” Apparently the folks at the Climate Research Unit took a different slant on “falsifiability,” deciding that the only way to prove that their theory was true was simply to falsify the facts.
For months white and hispanic males were being systematically assaulted by black gang members and, apparently, race was the main factor in the attacks. A few were robbed, but in most cases victims were simply beaten while attackers screamed racial slurs and epithets. Does anyone suppose that there would be any doubt about the motivations for the attacks were the roles reversed?
If you’re going to lead an organization (say, a civic organization, a church, a charity, a nonprofit, a company,…a country), it’s not unreasonable to expect such a leader to be proud of your organization, to love your organization, to defend your organization. Yet it seems to ask too much of America’s president.