…may be happening more slowly than the models predicted.
You don’t say. But those of us who were appropriately skeptical about the models at the time were called “deniers” and worse.
[via Iain Murray]
[Update a few minutes later]
Tim Ball: Climate models can’t even approximate reality. The hubris of these people who think they can model climate with any confidence whatsoever is astounding.
This gay couple is awful.
Mr. Phillips, 61, grew emotional as he talked about the case.
“I have no problem serving anybody — gay, straight, Muslim, Hindu,” he said. “Everybody that comes in my door is welcome here, and any of the products I normally sell I’m glad to sell to anybody.”
But a custom-made wedding cake is another matter, he said.
“Because of my faith, I believe the Bible teaches clearly that it’s a man and a woman,” he said. Making a cake to celebrate something different, he said, “causes me to use the talents that I have to create an artistic expression that violates that faith.”
Mr. Mullins and Mr. Craig, speaking in the kitchen in their Denver home, rejected the distinctions Mr. Phillips drew.
“Our story is about us being turned away and discriminated against by a public business,” said Mr. Mullins, 33, an office manager, poet, musician and photographer.
Who would want to have a wedding cake provided under legal duress? It’s totalitarian.
…wants to emulate SpaceX. I take this much more seriously than anything the Chinese government claims to plan.
Roger Simon says they shoud stay, but never vote.
I had a slightly different take on it several years ago. The vote should be a privilege to be earned, not automatically granted.
There was a panel discussion at the Mars Society Convention Friday night in Irvine. Bob invited me to participate, but I was unfortunately in Florida, preparing for the storm.
It, and the Wilson administration, was the beginning of the end of the Republic. I would love (at a minimum) to repeal both the 16th and 17 Amendments.
Jonathan Turley: The White House is right about Comey’s potential criminality.
Whatever respect I’d ever harbored for Comey has evaporated over the past year and a half.
It’s “a fantastic time to be in” it.
I agree. Better late than never.
An email I missed from Alex when I was on the plane Tuesday:
As you have probably heard, my father, Jerry, passed away on Friday, September 8, 2017. He had attended DragonCon as a guest, was lauded by thousands, and had a tremendously good time. As an author, it would be difficult to think of a better way to be sent off.
Our family also appreciates the outpouring of memorials and reminiscences, both public and private, which have followed.
The public service will be this Saturday, September 16:
12N PT: Services at St. Francis de Sales Church, 13368 Valleyheart Drive Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
We will be working to livestream the service as well.
Please let those who should know about the service. If you will be in town, we hope to see you there.
I’ll be going, hope to see a lot of old (in both senses of the word) friends.
New emails reveal that she mishandled classified information much more than we previously knew.
This is my shocked face.
[Update mid morning]
A Clinton corruption update.
As I’ve noted before, the Democrats’ tolerance of the Clinton’s corruption was the final straw for me with them in the 90s. And it continues.