Hubbell writes: "John Christy has recently testified before Congress on the fact that most data presented to promote the hysteria behind man-made global warming is in fact fraudulent, and very blatantly so. He has also been interviewed by Fortune explaining why the climate change frenzy is entirely unwarranted and perhaps even dangerous."
Hubbell writes: "In a piece written by Steve Bierfeldt, the man recently held by the TSA in St Louis over having $4700 in cash on him and refusing to answer their demands to know where it came from unless they told him if he legally had to answer the question, the three biggest myths about Universal Healthcare are quite thoroughly debunked and shown to be nothing more than attempts to increase the size of government in the United States."
Hubbell writes: "In the wake of the recent shooting spree in Germany, officials across Europe are looking to ban violent games
"Following the shooting rampage carried out yesterday by 17-year-old Tim Kretschmer in Southern Germany, calls have been renewed for government restrictions on violent video games.
The President of the German Foundation for Crime, Hans-Dieter Schwind, calls... for a total ban on violent computer games"
How is it that people can still claim that violent videogames cause violence when all studies and statistics show that this simply is not the case?"
Hubbell writes: "Saul Anuzis, Chairman of GOP in Michigan is starting a petition to bar Ron Paul from future GOP debates "because of remarks the Texas congressman made that suggested the Sept. 11 attacks were the fault of U.S. foreign policy.""
Hubbell writes: "I originally went to college for a degree in Information Systems, but have decided the codemonkey side of things isn't for me. I've change to going for a 2 semester certification as a Help Desk Technician ending with an internship, and was wondering if this was a wise choice? Should I pursue the college bound certification, or go for it on my own personal time? I'm also intending to personally pursue the A+ and ITIL certifications on my own time, and possibly pursue the CCNA certification on my own time or in a class. What advice would those of you already in this field have for someone just starting to get into it?"