UPDATE: Guests from National Review, might be interested in other Rabett Run competitions such as the current Tim Ball Award for Resume Stretching, featuring others from Morano's lists, and the S. Fred Award for Climatology Incoherence.
Those interested in learning more about the qualifications of the Morano 650 could link to the 650list blog
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Oh yeah, FWIW, someone who doesn't allow comments on their blog, shouldn't criticize others for their comment policy. Come on over and play Chris, but remember, there is a majic word.
True this was about design not content, but still
A “Fact of the Day” section and blog posts give them updated content and help ensure repeat visits to the site. The content is also fully integrated and cross-referenced throughout the site.You gotta wonder whether any of those "Facts of the Day" were facts or just Inhofe snowflakes, so Eli went over and checked out the "Facts of the Day". As in all else, the mice over at the CRF seemingly have not RTFR. More like "Facts of the Week" about four a month. Actually non-Facts but Inhofe op eds. Let's roll the tape
overriden and passed in to law November 8.12/03/07
An example is the Water Resources Development Act of 2007, enacted Nov. 8. This critically important bill not only authorizes and modifies critical projects for waterways navigation, reduction of hurricane, storm and flood damage, and environmental restoration nationwide; it has a real and important impact here in Oklahoma. Communities across the state can benefit from authorizations such as those improving our lakes and waterways, for sewer improvements and for water-related infrastructure.Maybe if we put some CO2 capture systems into OK we could turn the guy. OTOH Marc is still getting his hand headed to him over at Dot Earth. Mus and Horatio are taking action.
In Oklahoma alone, the new law will result in savings of more than $10 million for the city of Edmond and $1.5 million for the communities surrounding the Waurika Conservancy District by clarifying disputes with the Corps of Engineers over water use. It will also continue projects at the Red River, which will enhance drinking water supply and agricultural irrigation in southwestern Oklahoma.
In addition to the water development act, Congress should have reauthorized the Clean Water and Safe Drinking Water Act Revolving Loan Funds legislation I co-authored last year. It contained several provisions aimed at promoting water efficiency and new approaches to addressing supply shortages.