How Did <i>You</i> Honor Fidel This Week?

How Did You Honor Fidel This Week?

HAVANA Sunday After fulfilling some last-minute media commitments, Fidel’s bloodless cadaver is incinerated and pulverized at a “magnificent” state funeral. NEW YORK  Sunday In Turt­le Bay, the United Nations lowers Israeli standards to half-mast. LONDON  Sunday In Kings Place, The Guardian lowers editorial standards to half-assed.  The paper today eulogizes Fidel as “the original SJW” … Continue reading

CliScepGate 2.0

As the entire world is by now aware, the cosy echo-cham­ber of CliScep’s inter­nal mail­ing list was recent­ly the locus of a Conversation that got pretty real at times. Not to blow my own whistle, but today I’m proud to hack up—for your edumusement—a fresh new tranche of intimate confidences. This time it’s a twête-à-twête … Continue reading

On a Lighter Note: Dyke Again

On a Lighter Note: Dyke Again

File under ‘Conversation and the art of hate, The.’ It won’t shock you to know that we at CliScep are no great fans of the recent outpourings of a commentator by the name of Darrell Harb. If you haven’t encountered him at The Colliloquy lately, I envy you. If you have, you’ll know that his … Continue reading

“The Silence is Settled”: Breaking the Science on Climate Change

“The Silence is Settled”: Breaking the Science on Climate Change

  UPDATE: In the comments section of George Marshall’s climate-silence blog, link­ed to below, un certain agent provocateur based—where else?—in France and named—what else?—Geoff Chambers has the bad man­ners to sow doubts as to Lord Marshall’s basic numeracy. Darrell Harb has informed us that he attempted to come to the academic’s aid by neutralizing the … Continue reading