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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

But it's the science........

Retired climate professor admits global warming will not destroy Earth

A retired professor and glacier expert has publicly declared global warming a good thing. He also refuses to go along with many of his scientific peers who he says have urged him to be in lockstep with former Vice President Al Gore – “the drum major in the parade denouncing global warming as an unmitigated disaster.”

Apparently when science professors retire, they finally get to say what’s really on their mind.
“You will never read or hear any of this from the scientific and political establishments,” Dr. Terry Hughes, professor emeritus of earth sciences and climate change at the University of Maine, told The College Fix. “I’m now retired, so I have no scientific career to protect by spreading lies.”

He said he thinks dire global warming predictions are really all about lassoing federal research funding and votes.

“Too many (the majority) of climate research scientists are quite willing to prostitute their science by giving these politicians what they want,” the glaciologist added.

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freedom? Not when it comes to education

2014 - year of the liberal lie

I'm just getting my arms around the blog. But here's something to put the wraps on 2014......

Bowe Bergdahl. The IRS’s missing e-mails. Lena Dunham. “Hands up, don’t shoot.” Jonathan Gruber. GM and that faulty ignition switch. Andrew Cuomo and that anti-corruption commission. The Secret Service and that White House intruder. Rachel Noerdlinger and her “disabled” son. Rolling Stone and gang rape.

2014 was the year when truth was optional. 2014 was the year when convenient fabrication was the weapon of choice for celebrities, activists, big business and politicians. 2014 was the Year of the Lie.


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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Concealed Carry 1.........

..........Thugs zero

A deadly shooting at the Dayton Mall all over a pair of popular sneakers.

Miami Township Police say it all went down when three teens tried to rob a man outside the Dayton Mall on the sidewalk.

They say one teen pointed a gun at the man and demanded the sneakers he had just bought.

"Just heard a loud bang on the east side of Penny's. I don't know if it was a gunshot or not," said a Miami Township Officer to dispatch.

Miami Township Police were on the scene within seconds Saturday morning.

"Miami 221 get me a medic started," said Miami Township Officer to dispatch.

They found 16-year-old Jawaad Jabaar lying on the ground and within minutes knew what happened.

"I have the shooter with me. This is an attempted robbery, one subject down the other two took off running,," said the officer to dispatch.

Miami Township Police say Jabaar and two other teens tried to rob a man and his friend.

They didn't want money what they wanted was a pair of popular sneakers.

"What's tragic is someone lost their life over tennis shoes," said Sgt. Jay Phares, Miami Township Police Department.


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Key developments in the fatal shooting outside the Dayton Mall on Saturday:
  • Jawaad Jabbar, 16, was shot to death outside entrance to hhgregg store
  • He, 2 others were trying to rob a man of a limited pair of basketball shoes, police say
  • Police have not named the male who shot the teen, in front of witnesses
  • He has a concealed-carry permit and has been questioned
  • The two other teens who were with Jawaad are in custody
- See more at: http://www.whio.com/news/news/crime-law/police-respond-to-shooting-outside-dayton-mall/njXmr/#sthash.io2zorlj.dpuf
“All the subjects involved in this were there for an athletic shoe release,” Miami Twp. Police Sgt. Jay Phares told reporters Monday. “The juvenile wasn’t able to get in line in time to get these shoes that were being sold and decided to try to take them from somebody who did get some shoes, with force with a firearm.”
Phares would not release the name of the shooter, who has been questioned but not arrested or charged.
“We’re looking at everybody and everything,” Phares said when asked about criminal charges.
According to the Miami Twp. police incident report, at least four adult males — ages 66, 48, 42 and 26 — witnessed the shooting. The 26-year-old was also listed as a victim. No other details about that victim were immediately available.
The shooter and another adult male came out of the mall and were approached by three male juveniles, including Jawaad.
“When he was threatened with the firearm, he drew his firearm and discharged it into the juvenile,” Phares said. “What’s tragic is that somebody lost their life over tennis shoes.”
The remaining juveniles fled after the shooting, which occurred about 10 a.m. One was caught on the mall’s south lot. The other was arrested in Middletown, according to Phares.
- See more at: http://www.whio.com/news/news/crime-law/police-respond-to-shooting-outside-dayton-mall/njXmr/#sthash.io2zorlj.dpuf
Key developments in the fatal shooting outside the Dayton Mall on Saturday:
  • Jawaad Jabbar, 16, was shot to death outside entrance to hhgregg store
  • He, 2 others were trying to rob a man of a limited pair of basketball shoes, police say
  • Police have not named the male who shot the teen, in front of witnesses
  • He has a concealed-carry permit and has been questioned
  • The two other teens who were with Jawaad are in custody
- See more at: http://www.whio.com/news/news/crime-law/police-respond-to-shooting-outside-dayton-mall/njXmr/#sthash.io2zorlj.dpuf