Let me give you some facts that should scare the hell out of you.
There is no scientific evidence whatsoever that the condition of this area is under any threat whatsoever from commercial and sports fishing. In fact this area has been fished for over 50 years. The area, as most of the Continental Shelf between Maine and Florida, is rich in red crab, squid, swordfish, yellowfin tuna, bigeye tuna, albacore, and lobster. The radical left environmentalists such as The Nature Conservancy, The Sierra Club, Oceana, and The Pew Charitable Trusts claims that the Aquatic National Park is extremely sensitive to any disturbance by man. By the way, these conservancy groups also say this is true of the entire Continental Shelf from Maine to Florida. Accusations of hurting whales, porpoises, birds, and other marine life all the way down to 3,000 feet and beyond is not true.
Professor Doom explains campus politics on his blog. Tonight’s contribution clears
up some confusion about campus riots and banned speakers. Apparently the problem is
not scholarship, the problem is money…in the form of student loans.
“Oh Bother”, said Pooh, as he chambered another round.
Time for some house keeping here at the JohnJacobH Blog! All the Examiner Columnists are gone and no archive remains of their work! So all the links will be erased with just commemorative screen
shots of The-Way-Things-Used-To-Be! In their place I will post new links as time and schedule allow.
Let me take this opportunity to plug the Glen Beck Radio Serials. Everyone should hear and share these Paul Harveyesque segments about all topics past and present related to the foundation of a Constitutional Representative Republic. Play them in the background while you work!
Here for example is the Milton Friedman link: CLICK LINK
And here is the link for ALL the serials CLICK LINK
My name is Monroe Mann and I used to have a Facebook Account. Used to? Yeah, I deleted it–and all of my 3000 ‘friends’ (who were not really my friends anyway)–irrevocably. I didn’t deactivate: I DELETED IT. It’s gone. Why? Well, I used to live in China. As much as I love China, and 虽然我觉得中国真是非常棒，I […]
“In other words, even though wood is a renewable resource that could reduce our dependency on fossil fuels, it is being systematically outlawed by the authorities.”
This is the third consecutive winter that I’ve heated my home with firewood. We’ve got two stoves, the big one in the basement and the little one upstairs that takes the edge off when it’s -40°C. We don’t burn oil, propane or natural gas. Nor do we use any heaters powered by electricity.
Not only has this saved my family thousands of dollars for our winter heating bill, this oldest of old technological practice of burning firewood still works even if the lights go dark. Living in a rural area, we are prone to frequent blackouts and rolling outages.
What we save in dollars does cost us in time; it is a long process to block, split, stack and bring…