Do you remember the apocalyptic scenario Al Gore was peddling seven years ago? He claimed human activity was the cause of global warming and that the polar icecap was melting, which would cause a catastrophic rise in sea level, devastating coastal regions where the majority of the world’s population resides. As he accepted the Nobel Peace Prize for his global warming campaign, he said, “The North Polar ice cap is falling off a cliff. It could be completely gone in summer in as little as seven years. Seven years from now.” Well we are at that seven-year mark...
You can't argue with global warming zealots: Whatever the thermometer reads, they're right and you're wrong. Whatever the short-term, intermediate or long-term data suggest, all these eco-radicals see is additional proof of their distorted worldview. Hot summers? Mild winters? That's global warming. Mild summers? Frigid winters? That's global warming, too.
Though the Marxist roots and motivations of the global warming crowd was evident a long time ago, it still doesn't hurt to see fresh evidence that global warming hysteria is far more about promoting Marxism and far less about stopping an unscientific hoax of a "crisis." As the Daily Caller reports, 130 environmentalist groups have come all the way out of the closet to call for an end to capitalism.
We need more Republicans like Lenar Whitney of Louisiana who is running for Congress who will hit the liberal narratives head-on. Instead of wringing their hands about the "problem" (and lending credence to the Left's propaganda), Republicans need to be debunking garbage like the myth of anthropogenic global warming the way Lenar Whitney did in this video.
Over a few decades modern climate science has evolved, or if you will, devolved from it’s infancy, from scientific observation to dogma—or “Climate Change-ism.” Not unlike the roots of various other worldwide religious beliefs, this new faith sprouted from the alarmist cries that “The End is Neigh.”
It has been a bad month in the media for the environmentalist crowd. News has come out that polar bears — a bread and butter fundraising dynamo endangered species for the global warmist crisis machine — may not be in danger at all.
"Bad science gone berserk," is how Weather Channel co-founder John Coleman characterized a just released White House report on global warming. The 800 plus page report is just one more act of violence against science perpetrated under the guise of saving the planet from some imagined future ills, with the full intent of scaring the American people into supporting emergency action.
Some random philosophy professor from the Rochester Institute of Technology named Lawrence Torcello has decided that if you don’t agree with him on climate change, then you should be criminally prosecuted. Here is his actual quote in the UK journal, “The Conversation”, “We have good reason to consider the funding of climate denial to be criminally and morally negligent.”
No warming. That is what can be deduced from data compiled by NASA as it relates to temperature over the past decade. The average temperature in 2003 was 14.61 degrees Celsius. And the average temperature in 2013 was 14.61 degrees Celsius, at a growth rate of 0 percent.
Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma has said the catastrophic threat of global warming is the "greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people." The good Senator is correct. Maybe P. T. Barnum was right when he said: “There’s a sucker born every minute”! The global warming crowd is COUNTING on it!Next Page »
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