Dear readers: Please check out this wonderful essay by my friend, and a person highly placed in the financial services industry:
During a hearing today in the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, EPA Administrator Jackson confirmed an EPA analysis showing that unilateral U.S. action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions would have no effect on climate.
To this, I can only go back to yesterday’s blog and quote The Titanic:
Thank you for that fine forensic analysis, Mr. Bodine. Of course, the experience of it was… somewhat different.
Our blogging patron, The Anchoress, has a wonderful compendium on matters related to this and other economy-crushing Obama policies and procedures. She picked so you can easily click!
As I traced one of these items, I cam across a sensational news item related to one of my ongoing passions — archeology. As the extreme environmentalists wish us to return to the Paleolithic, I thought this might be appropriate to share!
A remarkable ivory carving is arguably the oldest sculpture of a human figure yet found, scientists say.
The distorted object, which portrays a woman with huge breasts, big buttocks and exaggerated genitals, is thought to be at least 35,000 years old.
The 6cm-tall figurine, reported in the journal Nature, is the latest find to come from Hohle Fels Cave in Germany.
Click HERE for more details!
Finally, if you respect Governor Sarah Palin enough to try and understand her recent actions, please read the article from John Ziegler, the director of the documentary “Media Malpractice“;. He discusses the radio interview he had with her, and provides insights I have not read elsewhere. Very worthwhile.