Friday, July 11, 2008

Daily Trek -- July 11, 2008

What'd I miss?

Everything you need to know to stay informed each day in 5 minutes or less!  Read your regular news and include this and you will be able to participate in most any current events discussion.
Did Obama walk into a trap by agreeing to visit Iraq?  I just wonder if anything he does will really matter if the media continues to cover for him?

GM may keep the brands they have now but reduce or eliminate overlapping models.

Obama's own web site is a great place for those who are upset about his flips to the right to vent, isn't it?

"India would rather save its people from poverty than global warming, and would not cut growth to cut gases."  I don't blame them.

I reported earlier that cleaner air was being blamed for increased temperatures over Europe New Science reported: “unfortunately cleaning up the skies has allowed more of the sun’s rays to pierce the atmosphere, contributing to at least half the warming that has occurred.”  The article also points out that, as I have said many times, we really have no clue what we are doing -- the models are based on assumptions that don't hold up to real world observations!

Gay man sues bible publisher for including hateful language.

Phil Gramm was just a little too honest about the economy -- but I would put more blame for whining on the media not the American People.

ACLU has already sued over FISA!

Are the Democrats shifting away from the greens to reality?  A compromise on drilling may be under consideration.

But don't tell Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic House Leader says that the push for drilling is just a hoax!

Barack W. Bush -- Even closer the McCain!

Congressional Democrats are considering limiting how much of their information can be used on blogs and YouTube.  Reducing our access to information and reducing our Representatives ability to communicate with us.

Dr. James Hansen, who has accused everyone but his Taxi driver of attempting to silence him on his global warming crusade declined an open invitation to debate the issue at William and Mary College.

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