This morning I started the day with Chris Stigall on Philadelphia's WPHT - The Big Talker, as I still think of it. It was a jolly back and forth, although it's no secret that WPHT-wise my dream gig would be to guest-host for Sid Mark. Anyway, you can hear Chris and me chewing over immigration and other matters here.
Later today I'll be on the radio across America with Hugh Hewitt and then Alan Colmes. Full details at right.
~Further to last night's exciting news that serial litigant Michael E Mann - always the bridesmaid never the bride when they're handing out Nobels - has been honored with the Pongo Award, Roger L Simon breaks down the climate cultists:
Anyone who still believes in "climate change" is likely to be:
a. a profiteer (like the financial wizards who put together those "carbon exchanges" a few years back, making off with billions before they went belly up),
b. a scientist looking for a handout,
c. a bureaucrat or official of a Third World country looking for a handout,
d. an official of the UN (virtually the same as c),
e. a moral narcissist, preferably rich, who thinks he knows better than us idiots, scientific training not required (cf. Tom Steyer, this year's George Soros wannabe),
f. a true-believing liberal camp follower of the sort that doesn't care when Nancy Pelosi says you have to pass Obamacare in order to know what's in it (this is the largest group),
or g. a journalist blinded by panic about losing their job if they dare to tell even part of the truth or wander off the reservation.
If you'd like to help my pushback against Big Climate, please see here.
But probably not Big Arm, Montana, whence Amazon reviewer Ed Kugler declares, "Didn't care for it at all." Maybe I can ask Chief Commissar of Permissible Opinions Michael E Mann to get Mr Kugler banned for life.
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