How an Obama administration environmental initiative could cut gas production, slash jobs, and raise energy prices.
It seems that math, cooking and basic home economics aren’t the only things with which Katrina Vanden Heuvel has trouble. I wrote about her inability to function at those household basics yesterday, here at NewsReal. Well, it appears that the reality-challenged Vanden Heuvel, Editor of The Nation magazine, also isn’t a very good, you know, [...]
A few weeks ago I wrote a post here at NRB on a news item that got very little attention from American readers. It’s well-worth revisiting now. The Obama Administration announced through an anonymous source on or about January 31 that no one in the Bush Administration who was involved with green-lighting the water-boarding of [...]
Last year, White House economists claimed that the $862 billion stimulus would create 3.3 million jobs. Since then, the nation has lost more than 3 million jobs. That’s a 6.3 million jobs gap. By the White House’s own standards, the stimulus failed. So President Obama has shifted his argument. Sure, the economy lost jobs, he [...]
I’m sure some idiot at Audi thought these “Green Police” commercials for the Super Bowl would be funny. I found them downright offensive and not the least bit funny. In the collection of ads below, you see a guy at the store pick “plastic” when the checkout gal asks “paper or plastic” and the Green [...]
A big part of the self-reputation of many Muslims living in the West, mainly those who were born and raised here, is that they’re good and decent human beings by virtue of Islam. But in reality, these “Muslims” reject Islamic values and embrace Western ones, whether they admit it to themselves or not. They [...]
Just when Tiger Woods thought he was safe – he gets attacked by Brit Hume on Fox News. Hume put on his inquisition robe last Sunday and basically told Tiger to turn or burn. He threatened Woods that he better accept Jesus or face a baptismal water boarding.
Well, that’s not exactly how it happened. But [...]