A weather system similar to the three that have passed across the central United States over the past month is once again moving down out of the Pacific Northwest toward the central plains. The system will pass through a region of dry air across the center of the country, but then come into contact with warm, moist air that continues to rush up into the southeast and the midatlantic states. If this contact takes place, it could mean another round of severe weather next week, especially toward the end of the week.
I have never been much of a conspiracy theorist, but I do think that there is a long-standing conspiracy against me, and I am worried about it. Just for the record, I am going to list some of the things that have happened that seem to me to be the result of attempts by sinister forces to sabotage my life.
1. Two men visited my personal physician in 1988 and attempted to question him and to obtain copies of my medical records. They would not show proper identification and he would not give up the material requested, or so I have been told.
Despite all the predictions about a hotter, drier future (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show), SOME researchers think that climate change means we’re headed for a new ice age. In fact, geologic records (such as ice cores and tree rings) show that intermittent ice ages are normal for the Earth, interrupted by the type of brief warming period that we’re in right now.
We’ve all heard about the fact that so many Catholic clergy are "in the closet." It’s hard to believe, but it’s true: The Vatican denies that this is the problem–instead, they are blaming the 60s "hippie" generation for today’s epidemic of pedophilia in priests.