explains why environmentalists should be grateful for technology in general, and incandescent bulbs in particular.
And be sure to turn on all your lights at
the appointed hour. As Iain notes, in North Korea, as you can see from the satellite image, it’s Earth Hour 24/7/365.
New Hampshire has
banned fish pedicures.
It seems like a redundant and unnecessary law to me. Last time I checked, fish couldn’t afford pedicures. Not to mention that they don’t have pedis to cure. Even in New Hampshire. Though if they do, it will really upset the Discovery Institute.
And yes, before you comment, this is an Emily Litella moment.
It looks like
David Frum has been canned from the American Enterprise Institute.
I hadn’t realized
how big Stupak’s congressional district is. It’s the entire Upper Peninsula and the top of the Lower Peninsula. I would have thought that’s Republican territory. It may be now, if it wasn’t before.
I watched this last night, and didn’t know whether to be amused or appalled:
Apparently you need to water board him to get him to admit that the IRS is going to be involved in the individual mandate. And maybe he’d even stand up to that.
unconstitutional. Among other things, they shoot down the imbecilic analogy with auto insurance.
Not that these people give a damn about the Constitution, of course.
I’ll be generous, and assume that Jim Lehrer simply
doesn’t know what he’s talking about, rather than deliberately lying to slander Republicans. But the media does this all the time. It’s all about the narrative, not the truth.
[Early afternoon update]
you shut up.
Want to know why it will cost somewhere between ten and a hundred times more for NASA to develop a launch system/crew module than SpaceX? Things like
The NASA Inspector General said that during the three-day conference in Baltimore in 2008, the 317 attendees snacked on soda, coffee, fruit, bagels and cookies at a cost of more than $62,000.
As the article notes, that comes to over sixty bucks per day per person. And the ironic subject of the conference? Procurement.
…but now, more than ever.
Like many “progressive” laws and impulses (such as gun control), its roots lie in racism.
Natural ones. Some very beautiful nature photography.
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