Archive | March, 2009


Here We Go: Democrats unveil global warming bill

By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff WASHINGTON — House Democrats today are unveiling their climate change legislation, a bill that would seek to cut carbon emissions by 20 percent by 2020 and by 85 percent by 2050. The bill would also establish a cap-and-trade system to push utilities and industry polluters to meet those goals, according […]

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Telling CO2 Lies to Destroy America

By Alan Caruba, Canada Free Press Dr. S. Fred Singer, ‘the CO2 wars’, Greens and the Obama administration war on U.S. Economy My friend, the internationally famed climatologist, Dr. S. Fred Singer, calls them “the CO2 wars.” It is the last ditch attempt by the Greens, under the aegis of the Obama administration, to declare […]

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Photos Of Earth Hour

By Elmer Beauregard Had a great time during “Earth Hour” last night, until I stubbed my toe on the coffee table, here is a photo of my experience.

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Earth Hour Schmearth Hour

By Elmer Beauregard The Stupid Thing About Earth Hour The WWF which usually advertises on this blog, and no it has nothing to do with wrestling, is doing another earth hour thing where your supposed to turn off your lights and don’t drive for an hour. This is happening tomorrow March 28 at 8PM. The […]

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Perfect storm means frantic flood fight

I am posting all these articles just to show the world that it is not Global Warming that is creating these floods. Granted the recent cold weather has helped in that there is less melting which would add to the rising waters, but a larger problem is all of the ice dams. The big reason […]

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Ice jam dislodged north of Winnipeg

Makes you want to be Pro Global Warming, Doesn’t It? CBC News An ice jam north of Winnipeg that had backed up the Red River and caused flash flooding in several communities was dislodged Thursday morning. The river is now flowing rapidly, but officials aren’t ready to say the flood risk is over. People living […]

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Ice blasted to put end to Bismarck flood

Don’t let them tell you its Global Warming that is causing these floods. By Janell Cole, N.D. Capitol Bureau, The Jamestown Sun Large sheets of ice jam the swollen Missouri River north of Bismarck on Wednesday. Extensive flooding in low lying areas is forcing residents in communities close to the river to evacuate. BISMARCK — […]

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Obama Says Fargo Flood Not Caused By Global Warming

But that isn’t stopping him from still using the flooding to push his Global Warming Agenda By Elmer Beauregard President Obama’s chief-of-staff R.O.M. Emmanuel said “Never let a crisis go to waste” so today Obama is using the flooding of the Red River in Fargo to do just that. He now insists that society needs […]

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EPA Calls CO2 a Threat to Public

Ruling Might Trigger Emissions Regulations By Ian Talley , Wall Street Journal WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency has sent the White House a proposed finding that carbon dioxide is a danger to public health, a step that could trigger a clampdown on so-called greenhouse-gas emissions across a wide swath of the economy. If approved […]

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Shocker: ‘Global warming’ simply no longer happening

WorldNetDaily Temperatures dropping, fewer hurricanes, arctic ice growing, polar bear population up WASHINGTON – This may come as bad news for Al Gore. The modest global warming trend has stopped – maybe even reversed itself. And it’s not just the record low temperatures experienced in much of the world this winter. For at least the […]

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Obama climate plan could cost $2 trillion

Tom LoBianco, Washington Times President Obama’s climate plan could cost industry close to $2 trillion, nearly three times the White House’s initial estimate of the so-called “cap-and-trade” legislation, according to Senate staffers who were briefed by the White House. What $2 Trillion Looks Like (more…)

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AIG and The New Math

By Elmer Beauregard I have always been a big fan of the “New” Math, being a visual person it was very easy for me to understand the concept of 10s and 100s portrayed by bundles of sticks and I think the new math would help when it comes to the AIG Bonus situation. When The […]

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Economic Crisis Sidelines Global Warming Concerns

By Aaron Wiener, Washington Independent Record-High Numbers Now Doubt Climate Change Will Occur iStockPhoto As the Obama administration moves forward with its green agenda, climate change concerns have been elevated to a top priority. Yet in the midst of the deepening economic crisis, public opinion appears to be moving in the opposite direction. A Gallup […]

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The Clear and Cohesive Message of the International Conference on Climate Change

By Marc Sheppard, American Thinker “There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gasses is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the Earth’s climate. Moreover, there is substantial scientific evidence that increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide […]

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The Real ‘Deniers’

Lorne Gunter, National Post Al Gore delivers a speech at the UN Climate Change Conference in Dec., 2007. William Happer is hardly a climate change “denier.” A physics professor at Princeton, he is a former director of energy research for the U. S. Department of Energy, where he supervised work on climate change between 1990 […]

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Increased Number Think Global Warming Is “Exaggerated”

by Lydia Saad, PRINCETON, NJ — Although a majority of Americans believe the seriousness of global warming is either correctly portrayed in the news or underestimated, a record-high 41% now say it is exaggerated. This represents the highest level of public skepticism about mainstream reporting on global warming seen in more than a decade […]

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Burping Worms May Contribute to Climate Change

Burping Worms May Contribute to Climate Change

  By Andrea Thompson Aquatic animals that feed on lake and stream bottom sediments burp out small amounts of nitrous oxide, a potent greenhouse gas, a new study finds. While the biological emissions from these critters pales in comparison to the nitrous oxide emitted by fossil fuel burning, their contribution could increase as more and […]

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