The Backward world Northwestern University

If the backwards nature of the left was not already apparent the story of North-Western's interesting class just cements it. Northwestern University psychology professor J. Michael Bailey isn't sure whether he'll say he shouldn't have allowed a live sex demo in an after-class session. "If I decide to say I shouldn't have done this," Bailey … Continue reading The Backward world Northwestern University

If you want to know what is actually happening in Wisconsin…

You need to be reading Ann Althouse these days. And don't miss this exchange on Bloggerheads TV Watch the whole exchange, this particular quote is spot on: There is no comparison between the rhetoric of the tea party and the rhetoric of these protesters. This is 100 times worse, I mean you have to look … Continue reading If you want to know what is actually happening in Wisconsin…

This is why I don’t do much texting

Got a call from Dan Riehl today while I was tied up, when I called him back he asked about the text he just received from me. That really threw me off since I hadn't even tried to send him a text since last month when I covered the Union vs Tea Party protests in … Continue reading This is why I don’t do much texting

The upside down world of the left and Wisconsin

As you may have already heard, the absent senators in Wisconsin are being held in contempt and not just by voters: Republicans voted, 19-0, to find the Democrats in contempt of the Senate and issued orders to Wisconsin law enforcement to detain them. "We simply cannot have democracy be held hostage because the minority wants … Continue reading The upside down world of the left and Wisconsin

Polls vs Actions

I've talked a bit about the difference between what a poll might say vs actual actions. Early this morning insty linked to this post at hotair concerning polling on libertarian issues such as Gay Marriage. Forgetting the splits lets see how this actually works in practice in a couple of blue states: Getting a gay … Continue reading Polls vs Actions