It really is the thought that counts. Published December 24 2009
The climate change conference is political fireworks and empty paper. I'm sorry it's over. Published December 18 2009
Top chefs Reid and Obama are whipping up something nasty for Christmas. Here's hoping we don't have to eat it. Published December 16 2009
The fight over global warming is more about class than it is about science. Published December 15 2009
Republicans won't find their new Reagan until they understand the old one. Published December 10 2009
Anyone who thinks conservatism is dead, dying, or seriously ill doesn't understand conservatism. Published December 8 2009
Vladimir Putin can't condemn Stalin without praising him. That's what's wrong with Russia. Published December 3 2009
The deficit medicine might cure what ails us, unless it kills us. Published December 2 2009
The CRU emails paint a picture of "fundamentalist science," and it isn't pretty. Published December 1 2009
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