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Stand Up Fight Back: Republican Toughs, Democratic&hellip by E.J. Dionne
1.0 out of 5 stars Hack Job, June 28 2004
To read Edmund Burke, John Locke, Richard Hooker, and George Washington is to be in the company of great men. To read E.J. Dionne's Stand Up, Fight Back is to be in the company of a stale third rate hack. One can almost smell the stale leftover beer and the burned grease of some dirty bar when one reads Hack E.J.'s whining about how the Republicans are not fighting on the domestic issues most favorable to Democrats and instead of foreign affairs. On he whines that the Democrats are not really fighting back. And of course there is Florida where the Republicans actually stopped the Democrats from discarding the votes of military personnel. (it all started when the other guy hit me back.)… Read more
Reckless Disregard: How Liberal Democrats Undercut&hellip by Robert Patterson
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Commendable., June 24 2004
This book is a very commendable job. The author breaks new ground by being at least one of the first to present in book format the military record of John Kerry. In essence John Kerry 1) To gain a row of medals to further a political career undertook aggressive military maneuvers that jeopardized the safety of his crew and killed noncombatants 2) In gaining his medals in a short period of time Kerry solicited and received special treatment unavailable to most other American soldiers in Vietnam 3) When an antiwar profile became necessary to his political career Kerry falsely accused other soldiers of committing actions he was responsible for as well as fictitious heinous atrocities. Lt… Read more
Taken By Storm: The Troubled Science, Policy and P&hellip by Ross McKitrick
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Good Effort, June 18 2004
Mr. Essex and Mr. McKitrick have written a very impressive critique of the faulty science and pseudoscience behind the global warming theory. Particularly impressive is their explanation of the faulty modeling of the climate by the U.N. working committees. The book demonstrates how the collection of average temperatures is no way to model the climate whose relationships are nonlinear and are in constant disequilibrium. The authors demonstrate the uselessness of the U.N. climate models better than anyone else I have read. The authors to their great credit also expose many of the propaganda devices of the establishment and environmentalist proponents of controlling global warming. Way… Read more