Monday, April 1, 2013

Not Warming


Tim Graham | April 01, 2013 | 11:54
Last week, Politico columnist Roger Simon -- formerly an "objective" reporter with the Baltimore Sun and U.S. News & World Report -- began a column attacking the head of the National Rifle Association with this sulfurous sentence: "Wayne LaPierre may have more blood on his hands than Dracula, but — fair is fair — he also has the guts of a burglar."
Compare this to a search of Politico for the horrific abortions committed at the clinic of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, now on trial in Philadelphia: "Your search - kermit gosnell - did not match any documents." No Gosnell stories. Ever. But LaPierre is like a mass murderer:


Science: Earth Not Warming Over Last 15 Years

The Economist
Air temperatures on the earth’s surface have remained flat over the last decade and a half, despite the continued increase of greenhouse gases during the period. 

Matthew Balan | April 01, 2013 | 16:48
The Big Three networks' morning and evening newscasts still haven't covered the murder trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell as of Monday morning. ABC, CBS, and NBC have maintained their coverage blackout despite the graphic witness testimony and the in-your-face courtroom antics of Dr. Gosnell's defense attorney during the first two weeks of the proceedings. The Philadelphia physician is charged with murdering seven newborn children at his decrepit abortion facility.

This glaring omission by the broadcast networks would have continued, if Peggy Noonan hadn't provided the first mention of the murder trial on Sunday's Meet the Press on NBC. The Wall Street Journal columnist spotlighted the "haunting and disturbing story of this doctor", and pointed out how coverage has been "hard to find."

DC Breaking Local News Weather Sports FOX 5 WTTG
According to Zip Realty, Washington, D.C. is the least affordable city in America!
The study showed the city's median home prices are nearly 17 times the median income.
Another study by the Washington Business Journal shows the average rent for a two bedroom apartment is about $1,400 a month.
In order to afford that, without paying more than 30 percent of income on housing, a person must make $56,000 a year.
Also topping the list of expensive cities were Brooklyn, San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles and Miami.

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