myths

Another Global Warming Myth Needs To ‘Evolve’

by Steve MacDonald May 30, 2014
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First it was no snow, and then it was yes snow.  We’d have extreme heat and no winters, but then it was to cause freezing cold and longer winters.  Rising seas, maybe not.  The Polar ice caps would melt except when they grew.  Tornadoes would happen except when they didn’t.  We’d have more forest fires, […]

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Efficacy Of High-Cap Magazine Bans

by Rick Olson March 29, 2013

“Foolishness is rarely a matter of lack of intelligence or even lack of information.”   —John McCarthy How come the demonstrator did not have any rubber scissors? or a tongue depressor?

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MYTH 3: We have a “revenue” problem

by Steve MacDonald December 14, 2012

You can read Myth’s 1, 2 and 4 here should you care to; my purpose for the moment is to mug and pummel the idea that spending is not the problem and this helps illustrate that. The revenue problem refers to the notion that revenues are too low. Typically, special attention is drawn to the […]

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Five myths about conservative voters – Frank Luntz

by Skip April 29, 2012

Frank Luntz is often on Fox News – given this Republican Primary season, he was on a lot doing his focus groups during the televised debates where the members of the groups were able to interactively “spin their dials” to indicate various levels of “like / dislike” with what the candidates were saying – it […]

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