“Nightly News” has now lost the total viewer crown to ABC for 16 straight weeks and 32 of the 36 weeks of the current season. During the week of May 28, “World News Tonight” averaged 8.2 million viewers compared to 7.6 million for NBC’s struggling newscast. Among the key demo, ABC narrowly prevailed by averaging 1.66 million … Continue reading Facts should not be overlooked
Two of the greatest and most enduring documents offering a plan for a human society of peace and prosperity are the Bible and the United States Constitution. Both of these sources share a faith based rather than a human reasoning base as the foundation of their plans. Both documents also share the common principles generally … Continue reading Bible and/or Constitution
I am not a scientist. I studied just enough science to get through high school and college, but did not major or choose electives in any scientific discipline for one very obvious reason. All science requires copious note taking and what I consider to be extreme mathematic calculations. Both of these activities run cross purpose … Continue reading Observation or Manipulation of Observed Data??
The founders were consumed with the idea of liberty. They wrote about it, they lived by it, they even went to war because of it. But the ideas being promoted today under the banner of liberty are about as far from their idea of liberty as New York if from New Deli. To the founders, … Continue reading Words that matter
If people are running around you with their hair on fire, you need to know two things. First, where can I get some water to put out the hair on fire, and second, where is the fire coming from so we can stop it at its source. President Trump is set to announce today that … Continue reading Reality Check- 3,000 years in the making
There are some things to be happy about on this election day (in the states where elections are being held). The most prominent reason to rejoice is that political commercials will finally stop (for a while). Howard Kurtz provides some narrative and a little insight into what seems like the never ending nightmare that is … Continue reading Will the last one out, please turn off the lights?
Senator Jess Flake (AZ) announced today that he will not seek reelection for the Senate in 2018. He is apparently disappointed that things are not going as usual in the GOP. He complained particularly about President Trump's immigration policy, which he said was too harsh. He also believes that the President is acting Childishly for … Continue reading Another One Bites the Dust