Thomas SowellOne of the many words that sound so attractive, to people who do not think beyond the word, is "disarmament."

ClimateGateClimategate: A Veteran Meteorologist Exposes the Global Warming Scam, by Brian Sussman, Washington, D.C.: World Net Daily, 2010, 224 pages, hardcover.

Gideons International should obtain rights to this title and place a copy in every hotel room in the United States. It is a veritable bible arming readers with information they need to refute the claims of environmentalists that humans can adversely influence climate.

Some years ago, Donald Fehr, then the executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, observed that baseball was the only industry where the manufacturers knocked their own products while they were on the store shelves. He overlooked politics. The similarity is unmistakable.

Becky AkersSeems the late Ernest C. Withers, a.k.a. “the Original Civil Rights Photographer” whose iconographic pictures recorded the turbulent 1960’s, was also a snitch for the FBI. A paid one, no less, as the socialist, “we-hate-profits-unless-they’re-ours” New York Times stresses. It reports that Withers not only snapped photos of Martin Luther King, Jr., and the era’s other demagogues but also hobnobbed with federal agents, “disclosing details about plans for marches and political beliefs of the leaders, even personal information like the leaders’ car tag numbers.”

Thomas SowellAmong the many words that don't mean what they say, but which too many of us accept as if they did, are those staples of political discussion, "liberals" and "conservatives."
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