GrokEndorsement: Victoria Sullivan for Manchester (NH) Mayor!

Yes, our first endorsement in this election cycle. The writers at GraniteGrok have unanimously voted that Victoria Sullivan has earned it in her race against the current incumbent Manchester mayor, Joyce Craig.  For those of you who have just started following GraniteGrok, this is no small feat.  While we used to hand out endorsements like …

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Josh on Guardian Climate Language

The (UK) Guardian Opts For Hysterical Climate Language

As recently noted in our analysis of the MIT Technology Review Propaganda issue, proponents of urgent intergovernmental action (the UN picking your pockets) are getting increasingly hysterical in their actions and language as reality fails to match their predictions, and the Manchester (UK) Guardian, known fondly by friends and foes as “The Grauniad,” is no …

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MIT’s REAL Climate Scientist, Richard Lindzen

In my article MIT burns its scientific credibility critiquing the propaganda issue of the “MIT Technology Review,” I remarked “Will the last climate scientist at MIT please turn out the lights,” and Richard Lindzen, Professor Emeritus, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, might just be that scientist! As a professor emeritus, one might imagine …

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Only Donald Trump Could Make Democrats Complain About Higher “Federal Taxes”

Higher taxation by the left is a message. It says you are an idiot. Too stupid to know how to spend the wages you earn. And since you can’t do it right, you are forcing them to take your money and do the right thing with it. So, for Democrats to complain about higher taxes …

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Notable Quote – Matthew Harwood (seconded by the Concord Monitor)

Much has rightly been made of the Green New Deal’s fuzzy-headed utopianism and its impossible goal of reducing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero in 10 years. But we should also pay close attention to the plan’s authoritarian impulses, particularly in light of its historical inspirations: Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal and the command economy …

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