Steve Duin

Duin On The Global Warming Hype Machine Again

Well, I'm back in the saddle again, and it looks like some things never change. In this case, it is the way the Dead Fish Wrapper continues to pound the drum of environmental armageddon that is going to happen to us because the Earth's temperature has increased slightly. Today's example is Steve Duin's column "Stuck in denial as the river runs dry". I won't replicate the whole thing here, but the basic gist is that if we continue down the road we are going environmentally, then all is lost, but if we take control of the climate (as it is so easy for man to do), then things will be better.

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Well, I'm back in the saddle again, and it looks like some things never change. In this case, it is the way the Dead Fish Wrapper continues to pound the drum of environmental armageddon that is going to happen to us because the Earth's temperature has increased slightly. Today's example is Steve Duin's column "Stuck in denial as the river runs dry". I won't replicate the whole thing here, but the basic gist is that if we continue down the road we are going environmentally, then all is lost, but if we take control of the climate (as it is so easy for man to do), then things will be better.

Steve Duin Conveniently Obscures Facts About Nike and Taxes

The other day when I read Steve Duin's column about Nike and how few taxes it pays, something just didn't seem right about it, but I didn't have the time to research it. Fortunately, I don't have to. Michael McBride (aka My Sandmen) has a great column about the hit piece at Townhall.com.

The point of Duin's column was that Nike supposedly supports local schools by making donations, but due to lobbying efforts, pays very little corporate income tax, thereby shorting the local schools of tax revenue.

Teaser: 

The other day when I read Steve Duin's column about Nike and how few taxes it pays, something just didn't seem right about it, but I didn't have the time to research it. Fortunately, I don't have to. Michael McBride (aka My Sandmen) has a great column about the hit piece at Townhall.com.

The point of Duin's column was that Nike supposedly supports local schools by making donations, but due to lobbying efforts, pays very little corporate income tax, thereby shorting the local schools of tax revenue.

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