By Marc Morano – Climate Depot Obama fails climate science in his State of the Union address — Climate Depot’s point-by-point rebuttal to the President’s global warming claims The President offered up nothing more than the usual incorrect global warming platitudes during his speech. No wonder the speech brought a “smile” to Al Gore’s face. […]
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By Will Oremus, Slate For the first time in years, President Obama made climate change a major focus in his State of the Union address, continuing a gradual pivot back to environmental issues that appeared to begin around the time of Hurricane Sandy. He didn’t just say, “We must do more to combat climate change”—he […]
By Daniel Harper, Weekly Standard In his State of the Union Address this evening, President Barack Obama will encourage Congress to adapt a cap and trade plan to deal with climate change. Energy, climate, and taxes are a sizable portion of Obama’s speech. ObamaRobe “For the sake of our children and our future, we must […]
I think CNN anchor Deb Feyerick was Joking when she asks if global warming caused the Meteor to come close to earth. But I don’t think Bill Nye the “Science” guy wasn’t joking when he said “The word Meteorology and Meteor comes from the same root.” Yeah I think the word is “Meteor”.
by Elmer Beauregard The DNR of Minnesota came out with a new report that the Moose population in the state is dropping dramatically. Based on the aerial survey conducted in January, the new population estimate is 2,760 animals, down from 4,230 in 2012. The population estimate was as high as 8,840 as recently as 2006. […]
By Paul Bedard, WashingtonExaminer REI, the popular outfitter run by President Obama’s choice to head the Interior Department, cited the impact of global warming as a reason for poor profits in its most recent annual report. “We experienced strong sales in 2011. However, because winter weather failed to arrive, our profitability was impacted,” said Brian […]
By Sara Malm, Mail Online Liberal think tank claims American workers should be more European The U.S. should adapt to a European model in the workplace in order to halt global warming, a study says. By working less hours per week and take longer vacations the American people could reduce carbon emissions, liberal think tank […]
By Michael Mullins. Newsmax.com Superdome Blackout: ‘Green’ Bragging Backfires on Obama Team Before Sunday night’s 33-minute power outage at the Super Bowl, the U.S. Department of Energy had touted the football extravaganza as the “greenest Super Bowl” where “eco-friendly fans” compete to “maximize sustainability.” It was the latest green “success” of the Obama administration, which […]
By Elmer Beauregard In Al Gore’s latest fear mongering book “The Future” he doesn’t seem to be concerned about Global Warming or Climate Change anymore but something he calls Global Change. In the below trailer for the book ( I guess books have trailers now) he lists 6 new problems we need to worry about: […]
“Wind power facilities will consume more than 3 times the energy they will ever produce.” “Everyone believes alternative energies are the answer to all our power problems, with wind power leading the way,” says professional engineer Charles S. Opalek. “The truth is: Wind power is unsustainable and a total waste of resources.” “Wind turbines have […]
Bill Murray and I aren’t buying it.
Written by Brian Koenig, the New American Not scheduled for publication until next year, a leaked report by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) presents evidence that fear-mongering over the magnitude of global warming may be a little too ambitious. The preliminary report, which is available for download online, was leaked this […]
Anyone who faces the tyranny of smart meters coming to your neighborhood I recommend you read this report- Al –Off the grid news January 23, Naperville, Illinois resident Jennifer Stahl was arrested for verbally refusing installation of a smart meter on her own property. Jennifer has been studying the issue for quite some time, and […]