Prof. Michael Oppenheimer, a UN IPCC Lead Author, is in the news again, this time defending his hilariously wrong climate predictions he made in 1990 and being embarrassed by the unearthing of a 2000 article in the New York Times.
Monthly Archives For January 2011
“Unable to find work relating to sociology, I eventually found a job with an Internet company in New York City.”—recent college graduate Kelli Space
It turns out that Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez could have had a much closer relationship with the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) if the former head of the AAUP had his druthers.
College administrators continually cry poor, particularly to reporters and congressional representatives, but the federal government lays more largesse on them than most of us have seen.
You might not be surprised to know that those who believe that Americans are not taxed enough already include—academics.
A British journalist points out that what you don’t know about it can hurt you.
“You can’t unionize a factory that’s empty.”~N. J. Governor Chris Christie
Woodrow Wilson has suddenly emerged as a hot topic in our current politics.
“Mitt Romney needs a focus group to put his pants on in the morning.”—Tammy Bruce subbing for Laura Ingraham.