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Climate and transparent process

By John ServaisOn Jul 14, 2010

Clive Crook has a post at the Atlantic Monthly online that touches nicely on what is seriously wrong with climate doom predictors. Basically, the scientists and environmentalists who are true [...]

Please sign the anti-whaling petition

By John ServaisOn Jun 18, 2010

Next week, starting Monday, June 21, the International Whaling Commission meets. For the first time in decades they will actually vote on whether or not to allow commercial whaling again. Whaling [...]

Shame on Israel

By John ServaisOn May 31, 2010

Shame on Israel. The arrogance and contempt they continue to show toward those who disagree with them gets worse each year. And they turn more and more to violence and [...]

From a Political Junkie: Justice Stevens’ Retirement

By Riley SweeneyOn Apr 12, 2010

Quick Public Disclosure: I have never been one to think worse of someone for being biased. Everyone has his or her own personal bias, that’s life. However, my [...]

Questions on Health Care

By Craig MayberryOn Mar 27, 2010

Now that the historic health care bill has been signed and become law, there are a number of important questions that need to be addressed by Senators Murray, Cantwell, and [...]

Intraprising Government

By Craig MayberryOn Mar 05, 2010

The Republicans recently trotted out their usual solution to all government inefficiencies by suggesting we privatize workers compensation and a number of other government agencies. The privatization argument fails on [...]

Aging: The Times Are A-Changin’

By Guest WriterOn Feb 27, 2010

By guest writer Nanette Davis, Ph.D. Maybe you’ve heard about the Big Boom—that’s what demographers call the 44-64-year-old age group who are [...]

The Way I See It - Beware AHD

By Ham HayesOn Feb 24, 2010

Sometimes a functional disorder rises up and presents a difficult surprise. It happened this weekend when a virulent case of AHD appeared in our household. AHD, also known by its [...]

The Way I See It - “I’ve got your back.”

By Ham HayesOn Feb 17, 2010

I wish I could feel my government has “got my back.” With Congress’ approval rating at a mere and miserable 20%, and with President Obama’s “[...]

Where Have We Been- Where Are We Going?

By Craig MayberryOn Feb 15, 2010

I can distinctly remember standing in front of an Econ 100 class a number of years ago and teaching the students about business cycles. One of the charts I showed listed [...]

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