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An Inexpensive Way Out of Global Warming Ideation

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Let’s Close Washington and stop the bleeding. There is no gain spending other peoples money. De-fund UN-sponsored global warming pseudoscience and federal funding of public education (truth matters so keep it local). Billions if dollars slip … Continue reading

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Fear of Global Warming a Phobia

Blaming others for the weather seen as a serious sickness… Pseudofraidy affect (PFA), Kalimeraphobia, Labilephobia refers to a neurologic disorder characterized by fear of a hotter, more intimidating world than it actually is prompting a desire for more protection than … Continue reading

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Worshipping a Creed of Fear

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Fear-based `science’ is a step backward for humanity. The fears of global warming alarmism say so much about alarmists themselves:  the idea of any uplifting activity of the human spirit is not in their psychic vocabulary because they fear what man does. From the beginning, Western academia’s meme of supposed … Continue reading

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Politics’ 47% Rule

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Do Democrat candidates start with 47% of the vote no matter who runs? Is it because many voters don’t pay income taxes? Yes and yes. People who pay no taxes believe in free lunches. Even if they do not feel like they have … Continue reading

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r. w. emerson redux

To err is consensus. Individual liberty works—literally; going Greek don’t. (Hot World Syndrome Defined)

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