Monthly Archives: June 2009
Dr. Jerri Nielsen Fitzgerald, who had diagnosed, operated on, and treated her own breast cancer while at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica, died on June 23rd at the age of 57. Her cancer had returned in 2005. The … Continue reading
I cannot believe it’s been almost two weeks… I guess I’ve been so weirded out by the Obamite non-response to Iran, and previously by the Obamite vigorous response to non-events perpetrated by “them Jews,” that I’ve been struck dumb.
For years, the politico-scientific party line for global warming has been that the science is in, human-made global warming is the culprit, we will soon reach (or have now reached, or have long ago reached) the tipping point, and we … Continue reading
Appointing judges on the basis of their “empathy” in place of thorough understanding of and respect for the law, sound self-knowledge, humility and just plain humanitarianism is apparently not a new concept. Paul Moreno, at the History News Network, has … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting insight about Russia and the recent antiballistic “missile crisis” by Karel Schwarzenberg, the Czech ex-Foreign Minister, from a May 22, 2009 article called Russia still thinks that it can tell us what we can and can’t do. … Continue reading