…but they struggle to explain why.
It’s because they don’t really have a politically palatable answer.
…are an atrocity against the First Amendment and against a fundamental purpose of a university. As Glenn says, the officials themselves should be personally liable. That would put an end to this fascist nonsense.
They should follow the new Feinstein rule, and just release it.
I’m switching to Dogpile.
News you can use: You could get a UTI from it. I generally let mine cool down before opening, if I can, but I guess I’ll start wiping the seal as well.
I haven’t gotten around to reading it, but Bob Zimmerman has, and he’s not impressed.
Bill DeBlasio is suing oil companies for creating bad weather. Ross McKitrick points out what are no doubt only a few of the lies and BS in the filing.
It stems from Ruby Ridge. Which happened during the first Bush administration, but it set the stage for a lot of misconduct in the coming years, from Waco, all the way through the corruption in the Clinton email scandal.
In a recent study of 43 Latino and African American children with metabolic syndrome, for example, keeping total and calories from carbohydrate identical, a reduction from a mean of 28 per cent of calories from added sugar to 10 per cent, significantly reduced triglycerides, LDL-Cholesterol, blood pressure and fasting insulin within just ten days.
It’s been this very reliance on eminence trumping independent evidence that often stops policymakers, doctors and journalists asking the right questions while simultaneously misinforming the public.
As Albert Einstein once said, “A foolish faith in authority is the worst enemy of truth.”
The public must also realise that the overwhelming majority of dietitians have no qualification or understanding of the basics of medicine and although most doctors equally have little or no training in nutrition, it’s not rocket science to advise people to avoid eating processed food, more than 70 per cent of which now includes added sugar.
As with the tobacco industry, there’s a lot of money at stake.