Month: June 2012

Bright daytime Meteor in 1945

by Dr. Ed Berry It was November 29, 1945, in Sacramento, California. I was ten-years old and outdoors playing ball with my friends. At 5:00 pm, it was still very light. Suddenly, I saw a bright meteor coming from the west. I pointed to the meteor and yelled to my friends. We watched in amazement as the meteor silently …

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Yes, Virginia, Republicans are a LOT better than Democrats

by Ann Coulter, WorldNetDaily Forget executive privilege, contempt of Congress, Fast and Furious, how many documents the government has produced and who said what to whom on which date. The Obama administration has almost certainly engaged in the most shockingly vile corruption scandal in the history of the country, not counting the results of Season …

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Let’s resolve the Ron Paulite vs GOP dispute over delegates

by Dr. Ed Berry Gary Marbut and David Johnson have reported on the dissatisfaction of Ron Paul supporters who attended the Montana Republican Convention in Missoula in June. The Ron Paul supporters are upset about the number of delegates, out of 20, they received to go to the Republican National Convention, namely, zero. I have read …

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Global Warming Advocacy Science: A Cross Examination

ILE University of Pennsylvania Law School © Jason Scott Johnston* Robert G. Fuller, Jr. Professor and Director, Program on Law, Environment and Economy University of Pennsylvania Law School Initial Draft, September, 2008. May, 2010 Version. This paper can be downloaded without charge from the Social Science Research Network Electronic Paper Collection: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1612851 TABLE OF CONTENTS …

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Open Letter to US Senate opposing AAAS Letter

Open Letter to the United States Senate You have recently received a letter from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), purporting to convey a “consensus” of the scientific community that immediate and drastic action is needed to avert a climatic catastrophe. We do not seek to make the scientific arguments here (we …

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GOP shoots itself in the foot

While I personally disagree with the views of the Ron Paul radicals, David Johnson’s article is important because it shows their views. – Ed by David Johnson, Manhattan, delegate at Republican convention in Missoula The GOP elephant just stepped on and crushed its hardest workers. Such was the aftermath of the last week-end’s Republican State …

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Wind down wind subsidies

by Paul Driessen, Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow A growing national coalition opposed to perpetuating industrial wind giveaways and mythical wind-power benefits has inspired thousands of Americans to call their senators and representatives – and defeat four different subsidy bills. A shocked American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) began aggressively recruiting well-connected political operatives and co-sponsors, …

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Ken Miller asks his voters to support Rick Hill for governor

Dear Montanan, It is with a heart of gratitude that I write to you, my supporters and friends, today, and not with a heavy heart. I have every reason today to be the most blessed—most fortunate—man in this state, because I have and had something in our campaign for Montana Governor that no other candidate …

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Natural Law Requires We Vote—Even for the “Lesser Evil”

by Tim Baldwin, Attorney, Republican candidate for House District 4 Many people in the “liberty movement” express their dissatisfaction with the candidates running for Montana governor and other public offices. They claim there is no one worth voting for, or if there is such a worthy candidate, they know he has little to no chance …

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Roger Koopman, PSC Candidate: Environmental Movement is a threat to Montana

by Roger Koopman, Candidate for Public Service Commissioner As a life-long defender of liberty and economic opportunity, I have come to realize that some of the strongest threats we face are coming from the so-called “environmental movement,” and the battleground for many of these issues is the PSC.  Radicals like incumbent commissioner Vincent are taking …

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