Day: April 24, 2017

The Problem With The ‘Science’ is That It’s Not About Science

From Jonathan Wells at Stream.org March [for Science] organizers say “our diversity is our greatest strength.” They say “a wealth of opinions, perspectives, and ideas is critical for the scientific process.” But they don’t really mean it. Their passion for diversity extends to race, religion, nationality, gender, and sexual orientation, but not to opinions, perspectives, …

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Jettiness – ok, its an electric jet. But way cool!

“Lifting off from an airfield in Germany, Lilium Aviation’s Jet Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL), zero-emission, electric Eagle prototype has completed its maiden flight. Being controlled from the ground, the unmanned two-seater was subjected to a series of tests, including a mid-air transition from hovering to horizontal flight. The company is aiming for a manned …

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Notable Quote – Evan Sayet

“Justice demands that the good and hard-working be rewarded and the evil and the lazy be punished (if only by the withholding of the rewards of doing the right things). Modern Liberalism demands that the good and hardworking be punished as the recipients of an unfair advantage and the evil and the lazy be rewarded, …

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Notable Quote – Hugh Hewitt

“My analysis is that most faith based systems depend upon an absolute moral order. The declaration of things as absolutely evil or absolutely good, as sin or virtue, puts liberalism into a horrible position because it’s founded on no judgment on anything. As a result, any faith that is seriously practiced or understood is a …

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Remember what I said about Educational “indirect to direct labor costs?”

SHOT: In Manchester public schools, 22 topped $100K in 2016 CHASER: In Gilford public schools, 12 topped $100K in 2016 Here’s the deal: difference in student enrollment: Manchester: 13,387 Gilford: 1,164 So, where is the problem? Manchester has twice the number of $100K+ employees but 11.5 times the enrollment. So, who is getting the shaft here? …

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Edu-payroll creep? Do what I did!

All it takes is one question over and over and over again.  And then the guts to act when they either act stupid or won’t answer: Cal State Can’t Explain Why It Needs So Many Bureaucrats. The California State University system has increased its hiring of managers at a steeper rate than its hiring of …

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