Terrorists endorse Pelosi's 'good policy of dialogue'
These people are dangerous.
Why are the women's groups not upset about this?
Israeli discovery converts dangerous radioactive waste into clean energy
Is so sad what pro-choicers are doing to girls.
Many of Bill Clinton's alumni have now jumped ship and are supporting Obama
Teacher left children in hot car while she taught class
This is funny.
Link: YouTube - Vote Different.
Link Hillary is talking about the "vast, right-wing conspiracy" again.
Just like YouTube but for teachers.
Typical liberal intolerance.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - In just about any other place, the sight of a man and woman pushing a stroller would be welcomed as a sign of stability and safety. In San Francisco's heavily gay Castro District, some people can't help but think: There goes the neighborhood.
He flies to London just to lauch a TV channel? How much Global Warming will his new TV cause? Shouldn't Gore be cutting back on his plane trips?
Notice how it's conservative Democrats that is worried about Israel and not the Liberals.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and other leaders agreed to remove the requirement concerning Iran after conservative Democrats as well as other lawmakers worried about its possible impact on Israel, officials said Monday.
"A lot of people back then said, you know, America will never elect a Catholic as a president, but those who gathered here a half century ago knew better," she said. "And today, some people tell me ...'I don't think a woman can be elected president.' I say we'll never know unless we try."
A unique combination of crackpot environmentalism and elaborate ugliness, the Federal Building will finally opens its doors (or flaps, or airlocks, or orifices, or something) later this month and it will boast a number of odd design "features." For instance, the Federal Building is an office tower tall enough to disrupt the city's skyline, yet its elevators only stop on every third floor--the better to conserve energy.
Link: It's Not Pretty Being Green.
The women of Delta Zeta know all about the pressure. With chapter membership dwindling, sorority leaders recently took drastic measures. They kicked out 23 members from the stately brick mansion near campus, drawing accusations that the women's weight, looks and race didn't fit the image the sorority was going for.
In the first study to investigate the combined climate and carbon-cycle effects of large-scale deforestation in a fully interactive three-dimensional climate-carbon model, scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Carnegie Institution and Université Montpellier II found that global forests actually produce a net warming of the planet.
Planting trees as a carbon credit does not work.
The abortion services that Harvard does provide students with are minimal at best: It will refer patients to clinics or hospitals in the area (or, in the case of an extremely late pregnancy requiring a saline abortion or hysterotomy, to hospitals in New York) where an abortion and counseling can be done.
Parental trust in organic food could be a reason more children are suffering from allergies, an academic has suggested.
Jonathan O'B Hourihane, a professor of paediatrics, told peers yesterday that nearly half the population is now prone to allergies. But while many follow the accepted advice to eat a varied and fresh diet, it is the sheer variety of fresh foods now available that may be to blame for the prevalence of allergies.
A survey of the animals' numbers in Canada's eastern Arctic has revealed that they are thriving, not declining, because of mankind's interference in the environment.
In the Davis Strait area, a 140,000-square kilometre region, the polar bear population has grown from 850 in the mid-1980s to 2,100 today.
These are the lamps Al Gore wants to force people to use.
Some manufacturers of mercury containing lamps (MCL) currently offer to consumer’s lamps that contain lower concentrations of mercury as an alternative to the standard MCL. Though some of these new lamps may be considered more “environmentally friendly” and even pass the TCLP test, they still contain what the Department considers a significant amount of mercury. The impact mercury-containing wastes have on the environment and the costs incurred by the New Jersey Municipal Solid Waste Facilities to manage mercury-containing wastes are considerable,