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United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: Conference of the Parties 16

Cathie Adams reporting from Cancun, MX -- The Obama administration told attendees at the UNFCCC COP 16 conference that began on Monday in Cancun, Mexico, that they are “not backing away from their commitments.” Last year in Copenhagen, President Obama committed to not only pass “cap & trade” legislation that would create billions in new taxes, he also joined developed nations in creating a new $30 billion “fast start” global climate fund by 2012 and committed to red   Read more »

at Nov 30, 2010 1:39 PM
       

Bill Maher Applauds Osama bin Laden for His Stance on Global Warming, Charles Manson has Similar Stance

It is surprising that any American could ever have kind words for the man responsible for the 9/11 attacks, but it appears that Bill Maher does. In a recent show, he discussed Osama bin Laden's stance on global warming, explaining that he "got it better" than any Republican.   Read more »

at Oct 10, 2010 10:22 AM
       

(VIDEO) Global Warming Video Shows People Who Do Not Agree With Message Being Blown Up

The latest anti-global warming campaign 10:10, aimed at getting people to reduce their carbon footprint by 10% in 2010 has come out with a graphic eco-fascist "No Pressure" commercial pressuring people to cut emissions. The ad shows different scenarios in which people who do not agree to try to reduce carbon emissions are then blown up. It even shows a teacher blowing up her students!   Read more »

at Oct 5, 2010 6:29 PM
       

Al Gore Doesn't Dare Utter Obama's Name at Democratic Rally, Maybe He Shouldn't Mention Global Warming Either!

Polls are indicating that the Democrats could potentially be losing control of both the House and Senate this November. So what's their strategy? Don't mention Obama's name! 

At a recent Democratic rally in Tampa, neither Al Gore nor Democratic Senate candiate Kendrick Meek let slip Obama's name.    Read more »

at Oct 3, 2010 4:01 PM
       

White House Creates New Term For Global Warming because it Doesn't Sound Dangerous Enough

The government has decided that the term "global warming" just doesn't bring enough fear to public, and so has opted for a more inflammatory term - "global climate disruption." (And they think Republicans are the fear mongerers?)    Read more »

at Sep 18, 2010 4:32 PM
       

Demystifying Global Warming and "Climate Change"

Global Warming has erupted into a huge controversy spanning over an entire generation. People have been quick to choose sides and argue with an array of facts, even including the facts that are complete hogwash. As the voice of the youth, we want to make our own opinions based on the facts and not the politics.   Read more »

at Aug 17, 2010 3:19 PM
       

Climate science: Lies and Cover ups

Last December, a series of emails were released showing a darker side to the climate change science. Climategate, as the scandal came to be called exposed, serious questions about much of what we have been told to be conventional wisdom were actually true.   Read more »

at Jul 19, 2010 9:53 AM
       

World will end, again

One has to love the Drudge Report for only Matt Drudge reports the news that others ignore, and who can’t but love those headlines? The Drudge Report headline, “Aussie Scientist: Homo Sapiens Extinct Within 100 years; Irreversible Situation,” tells of yet another environmental wacko predicting once again how climate change will lead to our destruction.   Read more »

at Jun 20, 2010 5:39 PM
       

Never allow a Crisis go to Waste

It is a policy of this administration to “never let a crisis go to waste,” and the Obama “Oil Spill” speech was a classic Obama performance in which he went from let's plug that hole to let's save the planet.   Read more »

at Jun 17, 2010 12:56 PM
       

The Coming Constitutional Debate - Stephen Markman, Hillsdale College

There has been a lot of remarking on how the giant reach of Barack Obama and this Congress has sparked renewed (and not a little overdue) attention to The Constitution of The United States. And people seem to think that it is in fact, a giant overreach. Of course it is, but it is remarkable only in its pace; not in its very nature. America has been stretching and defying the bounds of The Constitution for all of my 50+ year life and long before.   Read more »

at May 4, 2010 11:36 AM
       

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