“Employing actual facts is not nearly as effective a tactic as gerrymandering evidence.” This phrase, appearing on page 107 of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism (Regnery Press 2010), is one of the few in Christopher Horner’s book that hits the mark.
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to another act in the ongoing production of the Editing Quotes Out of Context Theatre. A new alleged quotation of President Barack Obama is making the rounds at right-wing websites and in Republican e-mail circles, a quotation being used to “prove”
In considering Sonia Sotomayor, I prefer, given that the position is a lifetime appointment, to see a new Justice who has the ability to comprehend the way that human interactions change as the technologies that construct their social world evolve.
Over last weekend, the discovery of the “Montauk Monster” on a beach near the Hamptons on Long Island created quite a stir. A significant difference between the case of the Montauk Monster and other cryptids is the existence of rather clear photographic evidence. Just look