This is why the US is in the cross-hairs of the Church of Global Warming. You can't have a clear winner in a socialist society...unless that winner is politically correct, of course. From Reality Hammer
GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!
Another global warming tragedy, from Right Wing News
If by tragedy, you mean yet another example of how global warming is all a giant scam, and people who keep doing stuff like this, and end up making idiots out of themselves, only to prove their own theory wrong.
These are not the first people to try and prove that global warming is true by hiking through the Arctic, where the polar ice is supposedly melting.
Pope’s Encyclical: Keep Hope Alive! [Mike Potemra] at The Corner
Pope Benedict XVI solidifies his reputation as one of the most insightful and eloquent Christian theologians of our time with the new encyclical Spe Salvi (Saved by Hope). Many parts of the document speak for the common faith of all Christians, Protestant and Eastern Orthodox as well as Catholic. Notably moving in this regard is the section on eternal life:
... my instant guess is that the political impact of this will be bad for Hillary in a way that would not be true for another candidate.
From the Left: Rudy's Scandal Has a Name! Sex on the City, Daily Kos
So there you have it. America's Playa, starring in Sex on the City. Make sure that you use both terms as often as possible while discussing Rudy's shame. We know we will.
Olbermann vs. Dobbs: Your “Liberal” Media In Action, Crooks and Liars
Keith Olbermann brings on VoteVet.org’s Jon Soltz to discuss Rep. John Murtha’s most recent statement that the “surge” is working, noting that most of the rest of the media has been eager to only focus on the first part of his statement, essentially ignoring the second half, where Murtha notes that while the military aspect has done what it needs to, the political aspect has not been successful.
Apple e-Book Reader Captures The Market., Crazy Apple Rumors Site
At a surprise late afternoon press event, Apple announced its new e-book reader, the Apple Book, which will compete directly with Amazon’s Kindle. In a stunning move that has vaulted the e-book industry from sputtering to red hot, the company said it had shipped 14.5 million units in the three hours after its announcement.