Watching this video clip, I find myself in another of those moments that come all too often these days. This one is one of the more extreme, but it’s typical of the surrealism that a normal, rational person faces when they listen to a liberal. As is usually the case, Leftists are projecting their own pathetic behavior onto their political enemies. Put simply, they are blaming their enemies for what they themselves are already doing. There are now Tea Party-inspired adults raining on their spending parade, and now they’re throwing a tantrum.
You’ve no doubt heard of if not see zombie movies like “Dawn of the Dead,” “Day of the Dead,” “Walking Dead,” and so forth. The Power Line Blog has taken the zombie genre and adapted it to make a 5-minute video about the “Dawn of the Debt,” and how massive, crippling debt has cast its shadow across our land.
Once more we learn that the “science” of anthropogenic global warming is really just more of the guesswork that so often passes itself off as “science” these days. A new study by Dr. Roy Spencer, a leading scientist with the Earth System Science Center at The University of Alabama in Huntsville, found that much more heat is being bled off into space by our atmosphere than was previously thought, and that this bleed-off begins much earlier in the warming process than thought.
Campus Crusade for Christ, one of the world’s leading evangelistic ministries, is changing its name. Apparently the passage of time and changing cultural sensitivities have made its old name – in place since its founding on the campus of UCLA in 1951 by Bill and Vonette Bright – a liability. According to Steve Sellers, Cru’s U. S. Vice President, more people are willing to listen to their message about Christ if His name is not included in the ministry’s name.
A life of government guarantees and controls is not a formula for building wealth. Freedom and capital markets are. Blacks need to decide which they want. And entrepreneurship must become part of black culture. Blacks need to get that poor people are not poor because rich people or rich. The formula for more black wealth: less government, more ownership and initiative.