The United Nations’ climate change meeting began on Nov. 11 in Warsaw, Poland, to discuss “global warming,” but when the globe stopped warming 16 years ago, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change was forced to reveal its real agenda.
The Obama administration’s war on coal has taken center stage as the epicenter of regulatory bombardment on affordable energy. Specifically, the EPA’s newly instituted rule, which effectively prevents all future coal-fired utility plant development. These oppressive regulations, which put domestic energy producers in a economic chokehold, are unlikely to stop there, with new regulations against existing coal plants scheduled to be released.
South Dakota Attorney General Marty J. Jackley announces that the United States Supreme Court has agreed to review the EPA’s regulation of greenhouse gas emissions from businesses. The State of South Dakota, along with Texas, Nebraska, North Dakota, and eight other States, have challenged the EPA’s regulation as going beyond its legal authority.
Blame it on the earth, it just refuses to cooperate. Poor global cooling skeptics are stuck in a pattern of backfilling and desperate explanations as to why their bold predictions of earth’s overheated doom not only haven’t come true, but actually may be 100 percent wrong.
Though they are still desperate to blame evil capitalists and consumers for it, a leaked report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) indicates the political organization is finally admitting to some things they have tried to deny and hide from for many years. In short, key claims of environmental doom are just so much hot air.
Forest fires are raging throughout the western United States as they often do this time of year, and just as thunder follows lightning, we can expect to hear environmentalists and their political shills blame global warming for the tempest. But seldom will you hear that the climate has been stable for the past fifteen years and the so-called scientific consensus that the earth’s atmosphere is warming has collapsed.
What if everything you think you know about something turns out to be wrong? Does it force you to evaluate everything else, or do you just shrug your shoulders? When the government either gets duped or more insidiously, is a co-conspirator in what could be a big lie, suddenly it is taxpayer money being spent and that should get people’s attention.
With Obama’s War on Coal in full display, the economic destruction the environmental movement is willing to cause to eliminate CO2 emissions and “save the planet” is becoming tragic. Environmentalists depend on two claims 1.) Rising CO2 emissions will harm the planet, and 2.) Humans can emit enough CO2 emissions to effect this change.
The President’s Climate Action Plan outlines Obama’s determination to push the limits of his Executive branch power through bypassing Congress and instituting policies through a series of regulations and Executive Orders. With the Environmental Protection Agency expected to be the point of the spear in this war on American energy production, the nomination of Gina McCarthy to head that agency becomes an important test of the Senate’s support for the now declared war.
The choice is clear to those who have eyes to see and ears to hear. But much of the world’s population remains woefully ignorant of the global jihad and sadly fixated on the vox populi of the mainstream media, which still pushes so-called man-made global warming for all its worth. Is the world ready to finally dismiss the siren song of the global warming acolytes and finally stand up and defeat the global jihadist onslaught?Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964