Monday, November 23, 2009

The NY Times Proves Itself The Liberal Rag I Know It To Be

So unless you've been locked up in a tree house somewhere by now you've heard the news story of the hacker (nay Hero!) that broke into the servers at the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia, in the UK and discovered a trove of data and e-mails that showed a massive cover up of data by scientist showing that Global Warming is indeed NOT happening to the planet, and in fact the Earth has cooled in the last 15 years. Do a Google search for more information on this fantastic story of scientific subterfuge.

Where you WON'T find any results in your Google search is from the liberal rag known as the New York Times. Once the agency of record, the mighty "Gray Lady" is but a former ghost of itself, and like a star that is dying it occasionally flares bright, but unfortunately these flares aren't of journalistic brilliance and integrity, but they are unfortunately the purest forms of it's core liberalism put vibrantly on display.

Let us take the Global Warming Coverup story as shining example of the NY Times leftwing cognitive dissonance. On Friday NY Times reporter Andrew C. Revkin said of the hacked information "The documents appear to have been acquired illegally and contain all manner of private information and statements that were never intended for the public eye, so they won’t be posted here."

Wow how utterly upstanding of you Mr. Revkin, to bad that stellar example of journalistic integrity doesn't extend to national security data breeches, when during the Vietnam War, The NY Times happily, in fact, eagerly printed the Pentagon Papers. Indeed as recently as 2006 New York Times executive editor Bill Keller wrote an extensive piece disclosing the previously confidential details of the SWIFT program, which was designed to trace terrorists’ financial assets. Then joyful bragged on CBS face the nation "One man's breech of security is another man's public relations". We won't even get in to the example of all the information the NY Times printed in their hallowed pages of Sarah Palin's hacked e-mail account last fall. Nope no problems or ethical dilemmas printing information that doesn't require them to save the public face of their fellow liberals. Disgusting!

One must stand up and cheer though at the comment Michael Goldfarb of the Weekly Standard opined regarding the shameful collusion of the NY Times and the Liberal Agenda , “As a journalist, there is no greater glory than publishing materials that were not meant to be published If I could, I would only publish emails and documents that were never meant to see the light of day — though, unlike the New York Times, I draw the line at jeopardizing the lives of American troops rather than jeopardizing the contrived “consensus” on global warming."

So while liberals unendingly and incorrectly bash Fox News, yet remain blinded to the copious sources of real journalistic bias, highlighted by filth such as the NY Times. You can point them to this blog entry and hopefully their stupidity won't be so stellar anymore.

Friday, September 04, 2009

Health Care Reform That Trumps Obamacare

This is a plan presented by the CEO of Whole Foods Markets that actually makes sense and enables personal responsibility at a reasonable cost.

Thank you my pal Al Hartman for pointing me to this article:


Monday, August 10, 2009

An Argument AGAINST Goverment Health Insurance

How to Reform American Health Care

As the Obama administration attempts an almost fascist takeover of your life by orchestrating universal health care, which will morph in to a single payer system, and then enable the Government to control just about anything you do or ingest in the name of “saving money”. I have put some thought in to this and created a simple outline on how as a country we could dramatically reduce health insurance cost.

FIRST – We require massive tort reform. Medical malpractice lawsuits that are like lottery tickets for the plaintiffs cause significant inflation of medical cost. Requiring doctors to buy malpractice insurance that can cost $12000 a month! It’s time to stop the silver tongued lawyers (a’ la John Edwards) who become fabulously wealthy by suing doctors. Medical malpractice issues should not be decided by a jury of 12 class envy layman swayed by an eloquent lawyer’s speech. They need to be decided by a panel of 12 doctors. Doctors that can objectively and knowledgably determine if there was flagrant negligence during a procedure. The awards then need to be capped at a reasonable amount.

This would:

A) Lower the cost of insurance

B) Remove the “get rich quick” aspect of frivolous lawsuits.

C) Bring more and keep more people in to the medical profession, creating competition, thus lowering prices

SECOND – Allow insurance to be sold across State lines. Allow any company that sells insurance to sell it in any State. For example right now in Vermont there are only 3 choices of health insurance companies because Vermont doesn’t allow its citizens the freedom to buy insurance out-of-state.

THIRD- Allow for variable plans. Right now we all pay the same rate regardless if you’re an overweight, 3 pack a day smoker, that drinks 8 Budweiser’s every night and likes to snort coke on the weekends, and I’m a granola eating, mountain biking health nut. This is ludicrous! I mean if you’ve got 4 DUI, 2 speeding tickets and 3 accidents on your record, you pay a MUCH higher car insurance rate then I, with a clean driving record does. Healthy choice people pay less, simple as that. You want to pay less? Drop the Big Mac.

FORTH – Require a clear menu and statement of cost for all procedures at a medical facility so that patients can easily price compared. Right now it’s like a secret when you go get something done at a doctor’s office. Procedures need to be uniformly labeled and prices easily accessed. This will create massive competition, driving down prices.

FINALLY – Allow the young to buy only catastrophic policies if they so choose with $10,000 deductibles.

All Americans should be mad as hell and scared as hell that the Government wants to take over health care in this country. Don’t give up your freedom of choice in the name of financial expediency, and don’t let the Government convince you they are the solution, they never are.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

American Economic Might

Haven't posted in a while, been mainly hanging out on Facebook, but didn't want my blog to go in to a world over neglect, so I'm popping in with this quick post.

With all the doom and gloom about the American Economy and honestly folks it's not as bad as the media makes it out to be, I think it's important to remember just what a heavyweight the USA is, so let's take a quick peek at some comparative GDP's. Guaranteed to warm your heart:

Friday, February 20, 2009

I'm on Facebook

Yawn... I joined Facebook like many of the other nameless WWW hoards! So if you are inclined you can check me out over there.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

License Secured for Buck Rogers

I am very happy to announce that the company I helped found Retro Film Studios and cooperation with Cawley Entertainment Company have secured the exclusive world wide license to create new webisodes of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.

I will be a Co-Executive Producer of the show along with James Cawley, Flint Dille and Gary Evans.

This will be a very "retro" Buck harking back to his days in the comic strips of the 20's and 30's

You can visit our website at