September 24, 2018
Politics

The Chevy Bolt: A Sort Of Car

June 29, 2017 1willford 1

Let’s take a few minutes, gentle readers, to drop in on the state of the art in electric vehicles, and try to answer a fundamental question: are EV’s ready for prime time? Have they advanced to the point they are viable replacements for conventionally powered vehicles? The suggested MSRP (manufacturer’s [Read More]

Elections

GA-6: America May Have A Chance

June 23, 2017 1willford 0

Since the election of Donald Trump, Democrats–and the media; I know–I repeat myself–have lived in a continuous state of delusion, hatred, rage and projection. Donald Trump could not possibly have been elected president. After all, it was Hillary Clinton’s turn, and they didn’t know anyone that voted for Trump, not [Read More]

Government

Enviro Insanity

May 21, 2017 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    I present for your approval, gentle readers, an article by my good friend Bill Scott, who I’m sure you recall from my recent article about his heart troubles.  He’s also the father of Erik Scott, a man I’ve written a great deal about.   To read [Read More]

Politics

Climate “Science”: Tipping Over

April 15, 2017 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Among the most common features of global warming/climate change “research” is scientific fraud all but mandated by the money and political influence underlying it. “Lost” data sets, refusal to provide data sets and methodology to other scientists for replication, computer models that are dictionary definitions of [Read More]

Politics

The Twilight Of Global Warming–And Electric Vehicles?

March 31, 2017 1willford 1

By: Mike McDaniel    I’ve always maintained electric vehicles were, in large part, a response to Barack Obama. They have been a necessary part of meeting arbitrary, unrealistic and essentially impossible CAFÉ standards set by the Obama Administration, and the EPA’s official estimates of their range/mileage have been massaged accordingly. The [Read More]

Scott Pruitt
Politics

The WaPo’s lovely palpitations about new EPA head Scott Pruitt

March 10, 2017 Bookworm 0

Even jaded conservatives will enjoy the WaPo’s hysterical palpitations just because Scott Pruitt will return the EPA to its original anti-pollution mission. Just when you think the mainstream media has lost the power to charm, the Washington Post comes out with an article about Scott Pruitt’s statement disputing the Chicken Little [Read More]

Anti-Trump Progressive Existential Despair
Politics

The existential anguish of the anti-Trump Progressive

March 10, 2017 Bookworm 0

Anti-Trump Progressives are suffering from an existential despair that has them believing his presidency means the imminent end of all life on earth. I was speaking the other day with a very good friend, who is one of the kindest people I know and who is also a fervent anti-Trump [Read More]

Progressive Facebook feeds reveal delusion and hysteria
Politics

What my Progressive Facebook friends are reading and saying

February 4, 2017 Bookworm 1

My Progressive Facebook friends’ feeds remind me that there are two Americas: mine, which is reality-based and conservative, versus theirs, which is delusional, paranoid, angry, and threatening. I thought I’d give you a look-see at what I routinely find on my real-me Facebook feed. Here’s the detritus I picked up [Read More]