Saturday, November 30, 2002

The Democrats are losing it. They've been given some good advice, but, even if they follow it, they won't really believe in it. It will only be failing to tell the truth about their true beliefs and desires, which will surface again as soon as they get back into power.

Never fear, Instapundit despins things. Conservatives have been discovered as an audience by Talk Radio, but that doesn't mean all the media are biassed to the right. It just looks like it to the Daily Howler, because they've always been so much more slanted to the left in the past.

Bad news for Disney. Too bad it has put so much effort into extending its copyright. Why isn't MM protected as a trademark? Here's the report in Utah.

Wednesday, November 27, 2002

Point, Paul Krugman opines, " it's likely that last week's announcement [of changes in the clean air rules] marks the beginning of a new era of environmental degradation," and
Counterpoint. QED, Krugman is either stupid or a liar.

Monday, November 25, 2002

What Would Jesus Drive?

This is a fun topic for generating humor. It's also an occasion for pointing out the hypocrisy of the environmental movement. I really doubt that the people behind this campaign believe in Jesus at all. If they did, they'd also believe that when he comes again in glory, he will cleanse the earth by fire. See 2 Peter 3:7.