I’m breaking a promise I made. In an email to Walt Thiessen, the owner and webmaster of Nolan Chart, I said I would not contribute any more articles to this site as long as Billy Roper is in any way associated with it. Yet, here I am doing just that, and, moreover, doing it on … Read more Farewell, Nolan Chart
Obamacare is dead. The voters of Massachusetts today drove a stake through the heart of the beast and nothing can revive it now. Well, almost nothing. Some Democrats have been hinting that they might go ahead and jam a health care reform measure through anyway. One option is to bring it to a vote before … Read more Thank you, Massachusetts!
So much about the Climategate scandal — i.e., the leaking (or hacking) of emails and other files from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia — has been published on the internet in the past two weeks that one risks information overload by trying to read everything. For about a week … Read more The skeptical layman’s guide to Climategate
By now, just about everybody who closely follows the news should have heard of “Climategate”, the leaking or hacking of emails and other files from the servers of the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia, the main center for climate research in the United Kingdom, and the main keeper of the … Read more Climategate: why it matters
After decades of being forced to choose between voting for the lesser of two evils or wasting our votes on someone whose chance of winning was considerably less than that of the proverbial snowball in Hell, we libertarians — at long last — may have found in former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin a Presidential candidate … Read more Sarah Palin: a candidate for libertarians?