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TweetGraph I made of deaths from Ebola in West Africa as reported by WHO. Days are numbered from start of 2014 on “X” axis and cumulative deaths on “Y” axis. Grid lines are every 21 days and every 200 deaths. … Continue reading
TweetAn early look at tomorrow's front page. Read more: http://t.co/1ru9lgaBQw pic.twitter.com/e11FNZEAEf — New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) October 16, 2014 Heh.
TweetWaking up a giant cockroach is nothing compared to life at college when one is secretly investigated for fighting anti-Semitism. The decision of the American Studies Association to boycott Israeli universities in December 2013 had upset me. I wrote emails, … Continue reading
TweetAgain, the Left spits on the First Amendment The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those … Continue reading
Queen Hillary: Businesses need to collaborate with colleges and universities to make education “more affordable” [Darleen Click]
TweetDo ignore the $225,000 speaking fee she collected for her turn as Marie Antoinette Hillary Clinton called for businesses to collaborate with universities to make higher education more affordable in a $225,000 speech Monday night at the annual University of … Continue reading
Tweet Obviously, a Jew-lover Uncle Tom. Feel free to ignore his obviously demented testimony.
TweetPut on your hip-waders, dears. Grayson Perry (an English artist, of course) pens a rambling screed of such over-the-top self-loathing and envy, it is worthy of The Onion save for it’s irony-free earnestness. Paddle your canoe up the River Thames … Continue reading
TweetAllen West reminds us of the relevant history on why Christopher Columbus set out to find a western route to China and the Indies. The Islamic conquest of what is now Spain and Portugal began in 711 and lasted fully … Continue reading
Ebola in Africa: Western Governments, NGOs and “Everyone is excited about the millions of dollars” [Darleen Click]
TweetDr. James Appel is a missionary doctor who is currently in Liberia working with Ebola patients on a daily basis. On the front line, he offers clarity in his analysis of the hard reality of when Westerners rush to “help”. … Continue reading
TweetShut this school down MOBILE, Alabama (WPMI) – An Alabama mother is furious that her 5-year-old daughter was forced to sign a school contract stating she wouldn’t kill herself or anyone else at school. School officials told Rebecca, who did … Continue reading