So, like a zombie, climate change is back after the politicians managed to say nothing about it during the long campaign, plus three presidential debates and one vice presidential debate… [Continue Reading]
The key question becomes whether Petraeus’ testimony to a Congressional intelligence committee was influenced by the fact that his indiscretion was known to persons high in the Obama administration? [Continue Reading]
By Alan Caruba: News releases trumpeting not merely inaccurate, but false, science have become a way of life for Americans and others around the world. There is rarely, if ever, any fact checking done by [Continue Reading]
By Alan Caruba: With the polls showing an appallingly tight race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, it is, of course, essential that everyone vote for Romney and the GOP congressional candidates.
By Alan Caruba: No previous election has ever held the fate of the nation in its hands since the reelection of Abraham Lincoln in the midst of the Civil War. If Obama is elected, he [Continue Reading]
By Alan Caruba: When Mother Nature demonstrates her extraordinary power, I always hope that people will draw a lesson from it, but they never seem to. Hurricane Sandy is just the latest example of the [Continue Reading]
By Alan Caruba: It has long been a tradition in American politics to speak of voting blocs, but in an era of 24/7 news and instant communications, that may be less likely as an indicator [Continue Reading]
By Alan Caruba: My foremost memory of Fidel Castro dates to 1961 during the Cuban Missile Crisis when, as a young soldier, the Second Infantry Division at Fort Benning, Georgia was put on full readiness [Continue Reading]
By Alan Caruba: If there was no other reason to defeat President Obama in November, it would be the planned destruction of what is left of the U.S. economy by the Environmental Protection Agency.
By Alan Caruba: Editor’s Note: This commentary was written prior to the third presidential debate. Moments in history are markers from which we are expected to draw some lessons. Thus, October 23, 1983, twenty-nine years [Continue Reading]
The nations of the Middle East have been steadily forcing out Christian Arabs that have lived there for centuries, often in the most brutal fashion. This is the hallmark of Islam that has no tolerance [Continue Reading]
I will watch the next and last presidential debate, but only reluctantly. It is the job of pundits to keep informed, but I have been suffering from an overload of information about Barack Obama since [Continue Reading]
The rocketing costs of gasoline and the price of corn being paid worldwide are the result of U.S. government mandates requiring the inclusion of ethanol in the gasoline all Americans must use. The time has [Continue Reading]
Other than the sound bites on the TV news, I doubt that most people have actually read Mitt Romney’s Monday speech at the Virginia Military Institute. It was extraordinary and demonstrated a grasp of the [Continue Reading]
The “EPA has admitted to a federal court that it asks human guinea pigs to sacrifice their lives for regulatory purposes—and $12 per hour.” That was a recent news item reported by JunkScience.com’s founder, Steve [Continue Reading]
John McCain, commenting on the Romney-Obama debate, said that, if it was a boxing match, the referee would have stopped it in an early round. Obama was well and truly pummeled throughout, looking like he [Continue Reading]