Five Recent Movies That Have Some Mojo

by Liam Scheff Jack Reacher It opens with an assassin scoping civilians through a marksman’s rifle. He’s on a bridge, they’re walking along a riverside park in Pittsburgh. The scene unfolds without mercy, for them or us. The rest is… Continue Reading

We’re All Going to be Genetically-Altered Lab Rats for Freedom. Soon! NOW!

– BonoBama! by Liam Scheff Headline: Monsanto Excited to Destroy Africa (as they have India and the United States). Crowds Cheer! Degrees of Joy and Sorrow… Bono Vox, once Paul Hewson, lead iPod salesman from the U2 Corporation, International, wants… Continue Reading

Oh, Romantics!

Oh, Romantics, please listen to Stephanie Coontz’s brilliant observations in the first half of this lecture (before she starts giving measures of ‘remedies’ for our culture, which I find less convincing): Her founding thesis, which I think is entirely correct:… Continue Reading

American Schadenfreude

by Liam Scheff Americans love to watch people suffer humiliating break-ups. At least, the circulation of People, US, and the National Enquirer would make us think so. They reflect tales of ‘cheating’ on a daily basis for our ‘schadenfreude‘ –… Continue Reading

Marriage and Monogamy – the Lie that Blinds

by Liam Scheff – The American Anti-Role Model (But Secret Role Model) I’m reading “Sex at Dawn,” by Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jethá (Link ), and it’s cracking open a long thought I’ve had for about 24 years (or all… Continue Reading

Debunking debunking

I do not believe

by Liam Scheff Get into a debate about the make-believe sciences of today, and you’ll meet one of the self-appointed internet or journal attack dogs, whose trade it is to puke on reality and call it a ham sandwich. (I’m… Continue Reading

The Dividing Line

The Dividing Line by Liam Scheff The Choice Will Be Yours, Mine and Ours. Divided We Stand, United We Fall: Solar, Wind, Oil, Coal, Nuclear.  The arguments pile up in disorganized, swaying towers, in colonies and countries of data –… Continue Reading

Live from New Zealand! Liam on the Vinny Eastwood Show

Catch me in a jumbo interview with Vinny Eastwood, New Zealand’s top independent journalist-provocateur… “live” on Youtube!

If Babies Could Talk…

What is in a Vaccine? “formaldehyde, aluminum hydroxide, aluminum phosphate, thimerosal, and polysorbate 80 (Tween-80), gelatin, ammonium sulfate, formalin, and sucrose, sorbitol, hydrolized gelatin, chick embryo, hydrolized gelatin, human diploid cells from aborted fetal tissue, aluminum hydroxide, benzethonium chloride, and… Continue Reading

The Other Model of the Universe (Are You a Child of Saturn?)


by Liam Scheff Today’s astronomers ask us to believe that the universe emerged, by accident, from a null point – a nothing – which expanded or exploded, and slowed, and sped up, and now is doing something confusing… They call… Continue Reading