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The Climate Pact Swindle

Yes, it’s a swindle. Typical Obama. Read Krauthammer’s excellent article here.

Gore’s “24 Hours of Reality” Makes Tragic Mistakes

“Carbon pollution is warming our planet and creating dirty weather like extreme droughts, flooding, wildfires, and superstorms.” Al Gore frequently says this sort of thing. But scientists continue to explain that carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, which are Gore’s principal concern, are neither “carbon” nor “pollution.” Reporters on both sides of the debate understand this, of course, but give him a pass on the error. They should no longer do this. Carbon is a naturally occurring, non-toxic element found in all living things. Everything from medicines to trees to oil to our own bodies and those of all other creatures are made of carbon compounds. Pure carbon occurs in nature mainly in only two forms: graphite and diamonds. This continues to fall on deaf...

What the MSM Won’t Tell You About Global Warming

Yes, yes. We know all of this, but still, this is a good article to reference. And it’s all absolutely true!

IPCC vs Mother Nature

From Wizbang, global-warming alarmists probably don’t want you to remember that. A failed prediction is not the sort of thing that helps global-warming alarmists to obtain government grants. Read the article here.

Paul Driessen puts up an outstanding condemnation of fanatic environmentalism

It’s impossible to summarize and properly introduce this essay, says Junk Science, with disturbing things to consider. Paul Driessen provides invaluable insight here.

Hot Air on Climate Change

The congressionally mandated “National Climate Assessment” has been capturing headlines with gloom and doom, and President Obama is using it as ammunition for his climate war, including his determination to block approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. According to the report, climate change will adversely affect “Americans’ health and livelihoods and the ecosystems that sustain us” by bringing “more frequent and/or intense . . . heat waves, heavy downpours, and, in some regions, floods and droughts.” Read the entire article here.