Princeton prof: Kill severely disabled infants under Obamacare

‘We are already taking steps’

Aaron Klein WorldNetDaily 4/19/2015

In a radio interview Sunday, Princeton University ethics professor Peter Singer argued it is “reasonable” for government or private insurance companies to deny treatment to severely disabled babies.

Singer contended the health-care system under Obamacare should be more overt about rationing and that the country should […]

Fact Check: First Lady’s False Fairy Tale of Struggle

Joel B. Pollak Breitbart.com Big Government 5 Sep 2012

First Lady Michelle Obama’s pitch to voters last night relied on the premise that she and her husband understand what it is to struggle to make ends meet. She spoke movingly about their early years–about how a young Barack Obama drove a car that was “rusted […]

‘Climate Consensus’ Data Need a More Careful Look

Letters to the Editor The Wall Street Journal 8/13/2012

In his Aug. 6 op-ed, “A New Climate-Change Consensus,” Environmental Defense Fund President Fred Krupp speaks of “the trend—a decades-long march toward hotter and wilder weather.” We have seen quite a few such claims this summer season, and Mr. Krupp insists that we accept them as […]

Face It, He Hates You…

Obama in 1990: We’re Going to Reshape ‘Mean-Spirited’ and Selfish America

Jim Hoft GatewayPundit 3/14/2012

…From his 1990 interview:

“There’s certainly racism here. There are certain burdens that are placed, more emotionally at this point than concretely,” Obama said.

“Professors may treat black students differently, sometimes by being, sort of, more dismissive, sometimes by being […]

Temperatures rising

In climate-change discussions, two Princeton professors go against the grain

By Mark F. Bernstein ’83 Princeton Alumni Weekly Published in the March 17, 2010, issue

The issue of climate change, or global warming, has become a rallying cry: The Earth’s surface temperatures are rising due to increased levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases […]

Van Jones to Glenn Beck: ‘I Love You, Brother’

Ashley Southall New York Times 2/27/2010

Van Jones is back on the scene for a second act, and he’s got a peculiar affection for the Fox TV host whose persistent attacks helped bring down the curtains on his post with the Obama administration.

On Friday night, Mr. Jones, once a “green jobs” adviser to President […]