Archive | October, 2009

Obama's One-World Government

By Chuck Norris Halloween just got scarier — much scarier. Flying deep under Washington’s radar is an upcoming (December) global climate change conference in Copenhagen, the “United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.” It all sounds pretty politically benign, doesn’t it? Not according to Christopher Monckton, who was a science policy adviser to Margaret Thatcher. […]

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Senate Testimony of Sec. Chu Refuted, Says SPPI

By Robert Ferguson The Senate testimony of Sec. Chu is predicated upon false assumptions, points out Christopher Monckton in a succinct letter to Senators posted by the Science and Public Policy Institute [SPPI], a Washington DC –based NGO.   The letter points out that Chu’s testimony cites the now-outdated 2007 Climate Assessment Report of the […]

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Climate Change is Obama’s Iraq

By Marita Noon This year, amidst reports of cooling temperature, the climate change debate had apparently cooled as well. Then the Waxman/Markey Bill, pushing cap and trade as the solution for global warming, was introduced. Now, with President Obama addressing the UN and calling for extreme measures to prevent catastrophic consequences, suddenly it’s front page […]

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Coalition Forms to Combat Cap and Trade

No Cap And Trade Ad At a press conference this morning, a number of business and interest groups announced the formation of a new coalition to oppose cap-and-trade public policy. The No Cap-and-Trade Coalition says it will kick-off its campaign with a new advertisement and website (NoCapAndTrade.com). The website includes a petition that visitors can […]

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Tory's Just wrong, Says Labour Boss

Not Evil, Just Wrong Trailer Not Evil, Just Wrong Creates Stir in UK A Political row has broken out over a Derby Conservative councillor’s decision to show a climate change-sceptic film in the city’s council chamber. The new film, Not Evil Just Wrong, is a documentary which suggests evidence of global warming is inconclusive and […]

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120 Agriculture Groups Oppose Waxman-Markey

From the Hearthland Institute A large coalition of agricultural groups has come forward to oppose the Waxman-Markey bill restricting carbon dioxide emissions. In a July 14 opening statement at Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hearings, Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) noted he had received “letters sent by 120 agricultural groups opposing the Waxman-Markey bill.” Among […]

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Survey Says: Americans Not Worried About Global Warming

From the Wall Street Journal A new poll out today on Americans’ attitudes about climate change presents sobering findings for those that favor aggressive action to curb U.S. emissions of greenhouse gases. The survey by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press finds a sharp decline over the past year in the […]

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Brown Says Less Than 50 Days to 'Save the Planet'

Yesterday British Prime Minister Gordon Brown issue dire warnings about global catastrophes that are to come if world leaders fail to come to an agreement and sign the Climate Treaty in Copenhagen this December.  His hyperbole sounds a lot like that of Al Gore in his movie, “An Inconvenient Truth.”  It is interesting to note […]

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Maldives Cabinet Signs Climate Change Document 20 Feet Under Sea

AP Video: Maldives Cabinet Underwater Members of the Maldives’ Cabinet donned scuba gear and used hand signals Saturday at an underwater meeting staged to highlight the threat of global warming to the lowest-lying nation on earth. By Associated Press President Mohammed Nasheed and 13 other government officials submerged and took their seats at a table […]

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New Scientific Study Could Destroy Global Warming Theory

A newly released scientific study published by MIT climate scientist Richard Lindzen has the potential of destroying one of the fundamental underpinnings of global warming theorists.  The study collected 15-years of long wave radiation measurements from a satellite orbiting the earth.  The study correlates the change in the earth’s surface temperature with the change in outgoing long wave radiation.  Lindzen’s […]

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Big Chill on Global Warming

From the Washington Examiner Something important is happening when even the BBC is compelled to ask, as it did this week, “What happened on global warming?” The British news organization has heretofore insisted that the scientific consensus was cemented long ago that global warming is real and is mainly caused by human use of carbon-based […]

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Climate Chains and Lord Christopher Monckton

Don’t worry if you were unable to attend last night’s conference on global climate change held at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota.  You can watch the newly released 22-minute documentary entitled “Climate Chains” as well as the 95 minute speech given by Lord Christopher Monckton after the movie. You can follow Lord Monckton’s Power Point with this […]

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