Jonathan Garthwaite

Global Warming was hot again last week with Walter Williams and Michael Barone commenting.  Radical Islam and national Security too.  The winning trifecta this past week was Coulter, D'Souza, and Mike Adams.   See what else readers were talking about during the week that was -- March 25 - March 31.

#10. The John Doe Manifesto
by Michelle Malkin
Minneapolis Star Tribune columnist Katherine Kersten reported last week that the imams, advised by the grievance-mongers at the Council on American-Islamic Relations, also plan to sue "John Does" -- innocent bystanders who alerted the authorities about their security concerns.

#9. The Politics of Anger
by George Will
The politics of disdain -- e.g., Howard Dean's judgment that Republicans are "brain dead" and "a lot of them never made an honest living in their lives" -- derails politics by defining opponents as beyond the reach of reason. The anger directed at Bush today, like that directed at Clinton during his presidency, luxuriates in its own vehemence.

#8. Global Warming Heresy
by Walter Williams
Most climatologists agree that the earth's temperature has increased about a degree over the last century. The debate is how much of it is due to mankind's activity. Britain's Channel 4 television has just produced "The Great Global Warming Swindle," a documentary that devastates most of the claims made by the environmentalist movement. The scientists interviewed include top climatologists from MIT and other prestigious universities around the world. The documentary hasn't aired in the U.S., but it's available on the Internet.

#7. Gore's Faith Is Bad Science
by Michael Barone
Al Gore likes to present himself as a tribune of science, warning the world of imminent danger. But he is more like an Old Testament prophet, calling on us to bewail our wrongful conduct and to go and sin no more. 

Jonathan Garthwaite

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