Archive | Misguided Leaders

Scientific Pride and Prejudice

By: MICHAEL SUK-YOUNG CHWE. SCIENCE is in crisis, just when we need it most. Two years ago, C. Glenn Begley and Lee M. Ellis reported in Nature that they were able to replicate only six out of 53 “landmark” cancer studies. Scientists now worry that many published scientific results are simply not true. The natural […]

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Eleven Global Warming Stories From 2013 You Probably Never Heard Of

By Elmer Beauregard – If you get you news from the likes of The Huffington Post and the New York Times here are some stories about Global Warming that occurred in 2013 that you probably never heard of. 1. Antarctic Global Warming Expedition Ship Trapped in Sea Ice. You may have heard about the Russian […]

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Norwegian army goes Vegetarian… to fight Global Warming

By Michael Bastasch Norway’s military is taking drastic steps to ramp up its war against global warming. The Scandinavian country announced its soldiers would be put on a vegetarian diet once a week to reduce the military’s carbon footprint. “Meatless Monday’s” has already been introduced at one of Norway’s main military bases and will soon […]

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"Extreme weather" does not justify extreme political agenda (Opinion from Sen. Jeff Sessions)

By Senator Jeff Sessions It has been eight years since the last major hurricane struck the United States—a lull that experts call an “extended and intense hurricane drought,” the longest such drought since reliable records began in the 19th century. This is welcome news for Alabamians. The nation still remembers Hurricane Camille (a Category 5 […]

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Climate Week Kicks off in NYC

Via Weasel Zippers – “Yeah. This is a thing. I swear,” opines Weasel Zippers. Climate Week NYC, marking its 5th anniversary in 2013, is the global summit that has become a key event on the international climate change calendar; it is a meeting point for leading governments, investors, businesses, innovators and opinion formers. It was […]

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World's top climate scientists told to 'cover up' the fact that the Earth's temperature hasn't risen for the last 15 years

By: Tamara Cohen Scientists working on the most authoritative  study on climate change were urged to cover up the fact that the world’s  temperature hasn’t risen for the last 15 years, it is claimed.  A leaked copy of a United Nations report,  compiled by hundreds of scientists, shows politicians in Belgium, Germany,  Hungary and the […]

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Terrifying Flat Global Temperature Crisis Threatens To Disrupt U.N. Climate Conference Agenda

“The Ocean ate my Global Temperatures” By Larry Bell Bummer! Now, just before members of the U.N.’s Church of the Burning Planet are scheduled to finalize their latest hellfire and brimstone sermon, a chilling development has occurred. A flood of blasphemous reports circulated among ranks of former faithful parishioners are challenging human-caused climate crisis theology. […]

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MIT Professor: Global Warming is a ‘Religion’

By Michael Bastasch Throughout history, governments have twisted science to suit a political agenda. Global warming is no different, according to Dr. Richard Lindzen of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “Global climate alarmism has been costly to society, and it has the potential to be vastly more costly. It has also been damaging to science, […]

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How Much Warming Will the President’s Plan Avert? (Hint: It’s way too small to be detected or verified)

By Marlo Lewis President Obama unveiled his Climate Change Action Plan at Georgetown University today. As expected, the President advocated carbon dioxide (CO2) emission standards for new and existing coal-fired power plants, tough new energy efficiency standards for homes and appliances, and federal support for private renewable energy investment on public lands. Congress’s failure to approve his plan would have […]

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Here comes the sunny skies: President Obama Pivots to Climate Change

By Jennifer Harper There’s been so much stormy weather around the White House in recent weeks that it’s no wonder that President Obama has heeded the radar and returned to the familiar, vapid region of climate change. On Tuesday, Mr. Obama heads to Georgetown University in the nation’s capital to remind his green-minded pals, global […]

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In Their Own Words: Climate Alarmists Debunk Their "Science"

By: Larry Bell President Obama has put salvation from dreaded climate catastrophes on his action agenda hot list. During his inaugural address he said: “We will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations.” He went on to shame anyone who disagrees […]

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European Cap-and-Trade Market takes a Nose-Dive

By Michael Bastasch The European Union’s cap-and-trade system took a huge hit on Thursday, with carbon prices plummeting a record 40 percent after a panel rejected a plan to delay emission permit sales to alleviate the overabundance of permits already in the system. “The market is panicking, really,” Daniel Rossetto, managing director of Climate Mundial, […]

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Harry Reid’s Pet Green Project Goes Solyndra on Him

By Townhall.com staff. Blogger, Townhall.com Another federally subsidized green project bites the dust. The Amonix solar facility in Las Vegas, according to former employees, has been out of operation since May of this year. The solar facility was backed by $21.5 million in federal grants and tax breaks. Naturally, Harry Reid was an early and vocal supporter […]

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Obama vows to fight for climate action, make global warming a key 2012 issue

As the wheels are falling off the global warming bandwagon, Obama will double down? By Ben German President Obama is vowing to make the case for action on global warming during the 2012 campaign. “I suspect that over the next six months, this is going to be a debate that will become part of the […]

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Infinite Taxpayer Money Needed for Electric Truck Company's Survival

By Paul Chesser Despite a new report out of the United Kingdom that says the future of the business is bleak without government subsidies, a three-year-old unprofitable electric truck company that received $32 million in U.S. taxpayer stimulus plans to raise more money via an initial public offering. Kansas City-based Smith Electric Vehicles was launched […]

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