Archive for May 25th, 2014


Memorial Day 2014

May 25, 2014


Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery
May 27, 2010 | By John Moore | Behind The Lens

After spending much of the last six years covering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, I felt like I needed to visit Arlington National Cemetery this Memorial Day weekend. I felt like I owed it some time. […]

Mary McHugh is one of those people. She sat in front of the grave of her fiance James “Jimmy” Regan, talking to the stone. She spoke in broken sentences between sobs, gesturing with her hands, sometimes pausing as if she was trying to explain, with so much left needed to say.


Conversation with a heretic

May 25, 2014

Jeff sends a link to this interesting interview which appears at an Australian site called Quadrant Online. RTWT.

Chatting With ‘A Climate Heretic’

Doing science by consensus is not science at all, says the climatologist all the alarmists love to hate. Not that the enmity bothers Judith Curry too much — and certainly not as much as the debasement of impartial inquiry by which the warmist establishment keeps all those lovely grants coming.

When climatologist Judith Curry visited Melbourne last week she took the time to chat with Quadrant Online contributor Tony Thomas. The professor and chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology is something of a stormy petrel in the climate-change community, as she has broken ranks with alarmist colleagues to question the articles and ethics of the warmist faith. This has made her less than popular in certain circles, even inspiring Scientific American, house journal of the catastropharians, to brand her “a heretic” who has “turned on her colleagues.”


The story of World War II

May 25, 2014

If you don’t have time to read Churchill’s (which I recommend, but would take you a week or two), here’s a very much shorter history of World War II. I don’t know its author.

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