Why I’m a Global Warming Skeptic (and You Should Be)

March 11th, 2011

By Seth Forman I live in a wonderful suburban community on Long Island. My three children attend the excellent public schools in our district. As the two oldest children have made their way through middle school, though, I’ve been bothered by the rather flimsy instruction they’ve received on the subject of “global warming.” Despite widespread […]


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UN Seeks Global Taxes; Obama Admin Says Bend Over

November 15th, 2010

By Dan Miller It seems as though the United States needs more problems. *  *  * There has been a demand for a global tax to fund the heroic battle against the horrors of global warming climate change species endangerment. The demand comes from the Secretary-General’s High-level Advisory Group on Climate Change Financing, which was […]


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Al Gore and the Masseuse

June 30th, 2010

By Tom Carter Most folks know by now that Al Gore got a massage in a trendy hotel in Portland, Oregon back in 2006.  Nobody cares, except that the masseuse has reported that globally-warmed Al got pretty randy with her.  Back when she first complained, she declined to be interviewed by police, and they dropped […]


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A Modest Proposal to Promote Domestic Tranquility

May 20th, 2010

By Dan Miller Huff and Puff and down fall the houses of falsehood Here is a truly fascinating article from Huffington Post by Jim Taylor, PhD in psychology and lecturer at the University of San Francisco, a well known bastion of unbiased intellectual thought. Mr.* Taylor complains that the sources of information nowadays are too many, […]


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ClimateGate Fallout

April 6th, 2010

By Tom Carter Der Spiegel has published a long, fascinating article examining the fallout from ClimateGate and how both scientists and politicians are dealing with it.  It’s better and more balanced than anything I’ve seen in the U.S. media, and it’s well worth the time required to read it. The article makes it clear that […]


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