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AstroPhysicist TKOs Portland, OR Warmists

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By Art Hyland The following is how we need to combat the idiots and global warming zealots (but I repeat myself). Here in the Northwest where there’s limited sunshine but lots of hydro power, environmentalists are tearing out electricity-producing dams and subsidizing solar power. Only government could be this irrational. – – Ed Comments re:

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Apple’s latest: iGay

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By Art Hyland

”It was a lot better when Cook was a silent domestic partner rather than Apple’s wife”

With the rollout of the Apple Watch finally happening, one would expect Apple Inc. and its CEO Tim Cook to experience positive publicity once again about its new product and the

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Bake Your Own Damn Cake

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By J. Matt Barber

Liberals overplay their hand. It’s part of the deficiency. Whether real or perceived, if the pagan left can rationalize a sense of “progress” on some freedom-killing cause du jour, then it’ll push, push, push until it falls flat on its face.

Step aside, America. Give them room.

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Starbucks Spills Coffee on its Crotch

By J. Matt Barber

Espresso makes you hyper. When you’re hyper you sometimes make rash decisions. When you make rash decisions you usually regret it. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz evidently chugged a Venti-five-shot-double-pump-skinny-vanilla-latte last week before announcing Starbucks’ new “RaceTogether” public relations stunt. As he describes it, the über-”progressive” head of the

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Netanyahu WINs. Polls wrong.

By Larry Leonard

March 2015 — The American mid-term election results surprised the mainstream media here. The victory of the right was not celebrated by the icons of the Left, although the recent presentation of Hillary’s electronic mail problem by the New York Times could be taken as a sign of delayed recognition of

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Brian Williams the Canary

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By Art Hyland

“. . .anything that can be described can be presented as if it happened because, well, it could have happened, and that’s all that matters.

The story of the Brian Williams saga wherein recorded video descriptions by Williams morphed from having only heard about things that happened to those same

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Bigger Liars than Brian Williams

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By J. Matt Barber

This gem from John Nolte came across my Twitter feed the other day: “Met Brian Williams once in DC. Starting to wonder about that story he told me about saving all those hostages at Nakotami Plaza. Barefoot.”

Brian Williams is a liar. I don’t mean that as an

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Treason: Obama Aids the Enemy

Elder Bergdahl

By J. Matt Barber

Well, that didn’t take long. This summer after Barack Obama inexplicably (and illegally) freed five of the Taliban’s most deadly terrorists in exchange for army deserter Bowe Bergdahl, I asked a burning question – a question that remains unanswered: “What will it take for our spineless U.S. Congress

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Charlie Hebdo revisited

By Art Hyland

[What follows here is a re-print from an article written Sept. 19, 2012. It’s being revisited here today because of the killing that took place in Paris yesterday at the offices of the French publication Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine whose editors long ago decided anyone was worthy of critical humor, including

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Global Warming, Global Schooling and Governor CO2

CroMagnon man

By Art Hyland

[Although this is about Washington State, it's next to Oregon and frankly the two states are like peas in a pod, they think so much alike they might as well combine in order to look even more like California.]

The governor of the State of Washington lives on a hill in a

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Storage Wars: The Mid-Term Edition

Storage Wars

By Luke Hamilton

Now that the heady rush of jubilation has faded from the election, it’s time to take stock of what we actually achieved. The numbers couldn’t be more forthright. It’s as if the American people interrupted the President to interject, “Now, let me be clear…” The 2014 election was an epic

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High School Rule-makers Endanger Female Athletes

By J. Matt Barber

The inmates are running the asylum in Indy.

Until recently I had not heard of the National Federation of State High School Associations, or NFHS. This Indianapolis-based organization has, since 1920, developed and published playing rules for high-school sports in all 50 states and the District of

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The Crucifixion of Pastor Scott Lively

By J. Matt Barber

“Remember what I told you: ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted me, they will persecute you also. If they obeyed my teaching, they will obey yours also.”

– John 15:20

Christians, pastors, take heed. In case you haven’t noticed, times are

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Lesbian Extremist Mayor Must Go — Now

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By J. Matt Barber

Should we make an example of her?

Absolutely.

I was born in Waco, Texas, and lived in Houston, so I’ve got a dog in this hunt. Really, we all do.

Houston Mayor Annise Parker has disqualified herself from the privilege of serving the people of south Texas.

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Is Climate Hysteria Sustainable?

By Gordon J. Fulks

It was something that was never supposed to happen in climate science where so many are so happy with the vast largesse they receive from American taxpayers in exchange for supporting a politically charged paradigm. But former scientific colleagues from the University of Washington had a remarkable falling out the

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