It’s tough to take seriously a supposedly highly educated woman (Berlinski) who can’t even spell the name of a universal heroine correctly. (This was a paste from the other site- read the whole thing over there.) Here are excerpts:
There was a shooting in Pittsburgh today at a synagogue. There were fatalities. Drudge has at least 8 dead.
New Yorkers have the opportunity to move toward a freer more prosperous state — or continue down the progressive road to serfdom.
Choose freedom, VOTE MOLINARO.... [Read More]
This the third novel in the author’s Hidden Truth series. In the first book we met high schoolers and best friends Pete Burdell and Amit Patel who found, in dusty library books, knowledge apparently discovered by the pioneers of classical electromagnetism (many of whom died young), but which does not figure in modern works, even purported republications of the original sources they had consulted. In the second, A Rambling Wreck, Pete and Amit, now freshmen at Georgia Tech, delve deeper into the suppressed mysteries of electromagnetism and the secrets of the shadowy group Amit dubbed the Electromagnetic Villains International League (EVIL), while simultaneously infiltrating and disrupting forces trying to implant the social justice agenda in one of the last bastions of rationality in academia.
The present volume begins in the summer after the pair’s freshman year. Both Pete and Amit are planning, along different paths, to infiltrate back-to-back meetings of the Civic Circle’s Social Justice Leadership Forum on Jekyll Island, Georgia (the scene of notable conspiratorial skullduggery in the early 20th century) and the G-8 summit of world leaders on nearby Sea Island. Master of Game Amit has maneuvered himself into an internship with the Civic Circle and an invitation to the Forum as a promising candidate for the cause. Pete wasn’t so fortunate (or persuasive), and used family connections to land a job with a company contracted to install computer infrastructure for the Civic Circle conference. The latest apparent “social justice” goal was to involve the developed world in a costly and useless war in Iraq, and Pete and Amit hoped to do what they could to derail those plans while collecting information on the plotters from inside.... [Read More]
Megyn Kelly was heading out the door because of low ratings at NBC but it seems harsh to use Halloween costumes against her. What has happened that there is no fun anymore? No one is advocating something by wearing a costume. It is often just a joke. The more absurd the better. I remember there was a famous black football player, Rosie Grier, that dressed in a sheet and a hood. He wasn’t promoting the Klan but having fun at a party.
Racism is bad but making everything racism is societal suicide. ... [Read More]
This is a Japanese check. I don’t know what the numbers “8” and “3” mean at the top but the rest of this I can decipher.... [Read More]