Many a truth is sung in jest

So, while I’m pulling together the many threads of my next post … considering that it’s Saturday (well, it’s still Saturday in my neck of the virtual woods), I offer the following Saturday Silly for your viewing pleasure, courtesy of Caroline Glick’s1 Latma channel. This one is an “oldie” (from 2010), but nonetheless a rather…

NEWSFLASH: Andrew Weaver & CBC drop his claim to Nobel fame

One of Andrew Weaver‘s prime cheerleaders over the years has been the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). With only one previous exception of which I am aware, they’ve never failed to mention – and/or visually feature – his unearned Nobel laurel, which was featured (albeit falsely and grandiosely) in the judgment. To the best of my…

IPCC-nik Andrew Weaver’s “Wall of hate” wins him $50,000

There’s a very recent “judgement” (if its meandering stream of non-sequiturs can reasonably be construed as such) issued by the BC Supreme Court’s new kid on the judging block, The Honourable Madam Justice [Emily] Burke who was plucked (for some unfathomable – albeit unstated – reason) from the part-time roster of those who contribute(d) to…

Of tweets, twits and the factually deficient

In a blogpost at Bishop Hill, a few days ago, Andrew Montford described the BBC’s Tim Willcox as: Potty mouthed, bigoted, biased. He’s probably due for promotion. Willcox is not one of the BBC-niks with whom I was familiar; but it was no surprise (considering that he’s a BBC reporter) to also learn from Montford…

Ban Ki-moon unscripted … or not?!

Well, it seems that there have been more laps and lapses in Lima than one could shake a stick at! A close to never-ending story if ever there was one! Not the least of which were Greenpeace’s attention-seeking and appallingly disrespectful acts of destruction. Nonetheless, this annual dance to nowhere land was supposed to have…