John F. McManus
Nebraska’s Board of Education approved new science standards that have conservatives outraged. Consider, for example, the global warming agenda.
Al Gore’s new film, An Inconvenient Sequel, is a bit of a bust drawing fewer paying customers than expected. He’ll have to get friends to force showings of the film in schools. Captive audiences will be force-fed a viewing of out-and-out falsities in living color. They will have no choice but to sit there and take in a collection of misinformation.
Mr. Ted Widmer from the Boston Globe wrote a nasty August 24th article about Robert Welch, the founder of The John Birch Society. Starting with insult-laden labeling of Welch’s followers as a “troll army,” the piece was filled with errors, misrepresentations, and downright falsehoods.
President Trump has told the Pentagon to reject “transgender” applicants, stop paying for sex-change surgery, and develop plans for handling — and likely discharging — the “transgenders” already in uniform. As expected, the ACLU and the Human Rights Campaign filed lawsuits to block what Trump has directed.
“If you give someone the power to inflate the currency, he will.” That bit of economic truth ranks alongside any indisputable fact — such as the sun will rise in the east tomorrow morning.
Union organizers don’t like to lose. But losing has become their frequent fate, most prominently in the southeastern portion of the United States.
MIT’s Rafael Reif claims there’s an “overwhelming” consensus among scientists supporting his global-warming alarmism. He should know better.
Soon to be in theaters across the nation, Al Gore's An Inconvenient Sequel will repeat, even add to, the apocalyptic claims shown in his 2006 film An Inconvenient Truth. In the decade since Gore’s earlier film, however, the numbers of scientific realists who counter the stance put forth by Gore and others has grown enormously.
Here we go again! The champions for socialism, militarism, and world government have a new organization — the Alliance for Securing Democracy.