August 4th, 2005


A New Credo for the Hyperpower: Give In

The latest attempt to get the United States to give in to foolishness (well, there are few other ways to describe the Kyoto Climate Change Treaty) arises from a former member of the State Department who is looking for international consulting contracts -- or so I assume. It's amazing how many members of that department believe that their job is to represent the interests of other countries to the United States, and not the other way around.

Give in to our superior wisdom, says the Guardian. See how many people agree with us!

Count me in as unimpressed. But then, the Guardian has never been at the top of the list of intelligent publications.
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New York Times Finds No Right to Privacy in Constitution

Really, that's the only conclusion I can draw from this story -- the Times has decided to investigate the adoption of Judge Roberts' children.

I find it hard to beleive that any thinking person would support such an idea.

I can only assume that the New York Times employs no one who has ever adopted children, and they don't know anybody in that situation. If they did, they would not act this way. And if they did and they still acted this way, they are reprehensible slime.
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