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June 2009

Are they going after Oxygen next?

By Elmer Beauregard After successfully taxing CO2 and deeming it a pollutant, what’s next for Al Gore and his chronies? I’m afraid they might go after the other life giving gas… Oxygen. Yesterday, Cap and Trade Legislation narrowly passed the House and I assume will sail through the Senate (unless …

Cap and trade will not save the earth

Dan Spencer, The Examiner A focus group tells Ben Lieberman, the Heritage Foundation’s Senior Policy Analyst for Energy and Environment, what they think about global warming and cap and trade. Lieberman points out some key misconceptions that might change their minds about this new energy tax. Watch the video:

The Not-Quite-Green Toyota Prius

Washington Post, Letters to the Editor The June 9 Business article “Toyota Wants New Prius to Be America’s Next Top Model” called the Prius an “eco-icon” and said that it has allowed Americans to “advertise their eco-correctness.” A Toyota spokesman was quoted as saying that many Prius buyers want to …

The Green Nazis: Environmentalism in the Third Reich

Thanks For All The Hits Rush! Jurriaan Maessen, Infowars The Nazis created nature preserves, championed sustainable forestry, curbed air pollution, and designed the autobahn highway network as a way of bringing Germans closer to nature. It has been elaborately pointed out how the device of environmentalism is especially favoured by …

Report Says We Are 7º Warmer – Scientist Disagrees

Climate Depot Atmospheric Scientist Dr. Chris Walcek, a professor at the University at Albany in NY and a Senior Research Associate at the Atmospheric Sciences Research Center is joining many other scientists in critiquing President Obama’s new global warming report. Dr. Walcek: The authors of the latest US climate change …

Time to crack down on oil speculators

Reformer.com The investment banks taking bailout money from the federal government — such as Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan Chase — are the ones that are actively manipulating the energy markets to doubly rip off the American people. Last year, financial speculators caused massive swings in oil prices. In …

Crops under stress as temperatures fall

By Christopher Booker, telegraph.co.uk Our politicians haven’t noticed that the problem may be that the world is not warming but cooling, observes Christopher Booker. Waterworld: Floodwater surrounding a farm near Fargo, North Dakota, in March 2009 Photo: Reuters For the second time in little over a year, it looks as …

Have We Already Reached Peak Wind?

By Elmer Beauregard Like Don Quixote before them, people who chase windmills are destined for ruin. A new study says that Global Warming is causing the wind to slow down, and it has been slowing down since the 70′s. Which is bad news for the wind industry because a 10% …

Twin Cities Goes Through Historic Cool Snap

You know if we just finished 3 days of above normal temperatures, they’d be crying “The Globe Warming!” from the rooftops. Yet when the opposite happens they just report it as the weather. WCCO The State Climatology Office says the temperatures in St. Paul and Minneapolis stayed below for 60 …

Behind the Cap-and-Trade Curtain

By Max Schulz, National Review The secret economics of the Democrats’ environmental plan. Proponents of a cap-and-trade program to combat global warming face an uphill fight. For all their attempts to spin it as a solely environmental issue about saving the planet from extinction, the reality is that it’s a …