The Wolf Blitzers, Chuck Todds and their ilk of the world should take notice: real investigative journalism still exists and can not only do powerful work to expose deception in politics, but to put to shame the neutered drivel that passes for so much of what constitutes “news” these days. […]
The most revealing question of 2015: Do you support gay marriage? At once, it divulges whether a person, nation, or...
In the past year yet another technology that seems to produce cheap, pollution-free energy has emerged. If this technology...
Whoa, we didn’t see that one coming! The sudden outburst in Waco, Texas, of a murderous gang war that left nine white...
Conversion (aka reparative) therapy is on the long, arduous road to extinction in America because to label it “therapy” is a misnomer. All leading mental health associations have emphatically declared that gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people are mentally sound. Yet, conversion therapists brazenly, and without evidence or peer reviewed […]Read more ›
It should come as no surprise that even before getting a presidential bid underway, Jeb Bush has soiled himself with his brother’s eight years of the worst presidency in the history of the U.S. by confessing in a Fox News interview that he, too, would have authorized the criminal and […]Read more ›
In a sophistic column in USA Today headlined, “Dems should heed lessons of U.K. vote,” Michael Wolff claims that the conservative election victory in the United Kingdom is a clear warning for Democrats not to stray too far left. According to Wolff: “Rather than endorsing this leftward shift in politics […]Read more ›
In mid-April the 19th International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF-19) took place in Padua, Italy and was attended by some 470 scientists, cold fusion bloggers, entrepreneurs, and the merely interested. The first of these conferences was held back in 1990 in the wake of the University of Utah announcement that […]Read more ›
Attorneys for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsnarnaev, at 21 years of age hoping to avoid the death penalty, have had no shortage of character witnesses – friends, relatives, teachers – to call to the witness stand attesting to Tsnarnaev’s history of good behavior, even including kindness and eagerness to […]Read more ›
Anyone who has ever taken the train from Washington, D.C. to New York, or vice versa, who in daylight looked out those big windows to view a big portion of the backside of Baltimore, should have no problem understanding the rioting that has occurred there these last days. The squalor […]Read more ›