January 6th was a day I don’t think any of us will forget for as long as we live. Indeed it is a day that will live in infamy. The first deadly transfer of power in United States history. No longer can we say that we, "always have a peaceful transfer of power" here. The violence was real. It was terrible. It threatened our entire system of government.Read more
I follow Senator Lee on Twitter. Every once in a while I'll get on and like some things, and retweet others. I don't spend much time on Twitter. Yesterday I was lucky enough to be online when an Mike Lee made an announcement that he will have a town hall the following day at 2:30 in Draper. My job is fairly flexible as far as scheduling goes, so I moved some meetings around, carved out the time, and trekked down to Draper to do my civic duty. I was there 15 minutes early.Read more
Matt Gardner commented on Our Environmental Legacy 2019-03-06 07:55:04 -0800Kevin – Please answer these two questions as directly as you can:
1. Why can they grow grapes in England now, if the Earth is not warming?
2. Do you think that emitting billions of tons of Co2 into the atmosphere is having no effect?