Welcome to Facts Not Fantasy, a blog by yours truly, Alan Caruba. This blog is intended to augment my weekly commentaries on my website for The National Anxiety Center, a clearinghouse for information about "scare campaigns" intended to influence public policy and opinion.
The range of topics FNF will cover will include environmentalism, energy, education, immigration, the North American Union which is being stealthily imposed, Islam and the Middle East, natural security issues and, of course, politics.
For indepth comment on any of these topics, you should visit the Center's website. Its archives provide carefully researched and documented information, along with opinion.
This is the result of my having begun my professional life as a journalist. For most of the past years, however, I have been a public relations counselor and this has brought me into contact with many different aspects of the economy through the many people who get up every morning and set out to do the very best job they can.
Another website of mine you might want to visit is http://www.bookviews.com. Since the 1960s I have been a reviewer and am, in fact, a founding member of the National Book Critics Circle. In addition, I am a longtime member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the National Association of Science Writers.
This blog is called "Separating Fact from Fantasy" to represent my dedication to facts, to the truth as best as it can be determined.
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Welcome to Facts Not Fantasy
Posted by Alan Caruba at 9:45 AM
Labels: education, energy, environment, immigration, Islam, Middle East, national security, politics
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Great to see you have your own Blog! Now all I had to do was learn to post on blogs!
You can change the title of your blog, Mr. Caruba.
From your blog page, click "Customize" in the upper right hand side of the screen.
Next, click "Dashboard" in the same area of the screen after the "customize" page loads.
Under the "Manage your blogs" column, look for this line
"Manage: Posts, Settings, Template"
You will be able to access the title from the settings page.
Best wishes with your blog,
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