December 10, 2009
It has been nearly a month since we learned of a number of Emails between important contributors to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which reveal a conspiracy to defraud governments and the people on the nature, certainty and importance of Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW,) that is human influence on the climate.
What little media coverage has been had has been superficial and inadequate in explaining what all this means, possibly because it is so arcane and complex that most people in the media are unable to grasp the significance. So, I will attempt to bring some clarity and perspective to the issue here.
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November 29, 2009
Not that you would know it from the mainstream press, but the largest economic fraud in history, greatly dwarfing the housing bubble, has just been revealed. The press on this side of the Atlantic is carefully avoiding it, but in Britain, where there is still a free press, Climategate is big news. Thousands of Emails between prominent UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change partisans were hacked from a university computer and posted online. They reveal a pervasive system of fraud, cover-ups, obstruction and conspiracy to conceal, and even destroy, contrary data, which has been held in secret for a decade.
Why would scientists do such a thing? Scientists have always enjoyed the trust of the public, but prior to the 1990’s, most people had only a vague idea of what a Climatologist was. They were the bottom of the academic totem pole, the guys who got wedgies from the Art History faculty. Read the rest of this entry »
July 19, 2009
Robert Dean's true feelings on Cap & Trade
All photo credits – Petey Browder.
Robert Dean is again typically blunt and pulls no punches. He leaves no doubt as to his position on Cap and Trade. This is one of his finer qualities that makes him so unloved by “Big Government” socialist politicians and operatives.
I was originally told that this rally held in front of Sen. Webb’s office in Towne Center would be concerning Cap & Trade. Many were there for that issue, but many were also there asking Sen. Jim Webb to vote against Obama’s plan for socializing medicine as you will see from many photos after the fold.
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