Los Angeles, CA — A veteran journalist and documentary film maker, known for asking difficult questions of climate scientists and politicians, has been denied press accreditation for the Cancun Climate Change Conference in Cancun, New Mexico. The UN has refused access to the Cancun Climate Change Conference to Phelim McAleer, who is well known for […]
Archive | November, 2010
World Climate Report As Americans sit down on Thursday and give thanks for the food on their table, hopefully many will say a good word for enhanced atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, as much of the foodstuff filling their plates will have benefited from the anthropogenically-elevated CO2 levels in the air. And even if we don’t […]
CO2Science.org In a new peer reviewed study at CO2Science.org. they found that warming of the coldest part of the year would actually save lives. …there would have been 1.6 additional deaths per million people per year due to warming in the hottest part of the year over the period 1976-2005, but there would have been […]
The Federal Government owes trillions of dollars to the Federal Reserve?
By Alan Caruba, factsnotfantasy.blogspot.com November 20, 2009 is an important date because it was the day that “global warming” ended. It was the day that a total fabrication, a hoax, was revealed to be the work of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), aided and abetted by a vast network of governmental […]
James Delingpole, blogs.telegraph.co.uk This week marks the anniversary of Climategate but even though I helped break and name the story I’m certainly not celebrating. That’s because, despite the marked shift it effected in public opinion, its effect on public policy-making has been close to zilch. Read the rest of the article.
By Julia A. Seymour, Business and Media Institute Climate controversy shook public’s faith in global warming science, but not network news media’s. Reporters downplayed allegations, defended the science and turned accused into victims. It’s been a year since thousands of emails and files were leaked from a prominent climate science group at the University of […]
cbc.ca The Senate’s decision to vote down a climate change bill before a UN meeting in Mexico has angered the NDP, with one MP calling it “another ambush move” by the Harper government. “I’m still reeling from the shock, but after no debate, no consideration at all, all of a sudden in another ambush move […]
Re-useable bags are bad for the environment, who knew?
By Steve Milloy, Pajamas Media Global warming-inspired cap and trade has been one of the most stridently debated public policy controversies of the past 15 years. But it is dying a quiet death. In a little reported move, the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) announced on Oct. 21 that it will be ending carbon trading — […]
FoxNews.com The closing this week of the Chicago Climate Exchange, which was envisioned to be the key player in the trillion-dollar “cap and trade” market, was the final nail in the coffin of the Obama administration’s effort to pass the controversial program meant to combat global warming. “It is dead for the foreseeable future,” said […]
Foxnews.com Sensenbrenner Plans to Keep Pelosi-Devised Global Warming Panel Wisconsin Republican Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner says he wants Republicans to rebrand but keep the global warming committee devised by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and maligned by many conservatives. Writing an op-ed that appeared in Monday’s Roll Call newspaper, Sensenbrenner, who’s ranking Republican on the Select Committee on […]
By Lachlan Markay, Newsbusters.org Nearly a year after leaked emails from the University of East Anglia revealed scientists manipulating data to embellish the case for anthropogenic global warming, journalists are finally starting to learn a few lessons. Unfortunately, few, if any, of those journalists are Americans. Margot O’Neill of the Australian Broadcasting Company reported last […]
latimes.com The American Geophysical Union plans to announce that 700 researchers have agreed to speak out on the issue. Other scientists plan a pushback against congressional conservatives who have vowed to kill regulations on greenhouse gas emissions. Reporting from Washington — Faced with rising political attacks, hundreds of climate scientists are joining a broad campaign […]
It’s a parody of “I’m a Believer” written by Neil Diamond and performed by the Monkees. This version was written by Elmer Beauregard and Brian D. Smith and performed by Elmer & The Deniers. This song is in honor of all the new Republican Freshman entering Congress and the Senate most of whom are Deniers […]
By Brett Israel, Live Science As the right side of the U.S. capitol gets a little heavier following midterm elections, federal climate change legislation may be stuck in neutral. Over 100 freshmen Republicans were elected to the 112th Congress. According to an investigation by ThinkProgress, a progressive blog, 50 percent of the GOP class of […]
By Joe Kovacs, WND Michele: ‘Does anyone honestly believe adding inflation would be a good thing?’ Fresh from her victory in last night’s election, U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann says she begged the Federal Reserve not to go ahead with controversial plans to monetize the national debt, and is calling its purchase of hundreds of billions […]