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Silencing skeptics – financing alarmists

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Will Congress, media examine government, environmentalist and university alarmist funding? Guest opinion by Paul Driessen Sen. Edward Markey (D-MA), other senators and Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) recently sent letters to institutions that employ…

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Can we stop the doom mongering?

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
A letter to the editor which appeared in the Norman, OK Transcript on Tuesday, February 17th, reprinted here with permission of the author, Dr. David Deming: I write in rebuttal to the Feb.…

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On the futility of climate models: ‘simplistic nonsense’

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest essay by Leo Smith – elevated from a comment left on WUWT on January 6, 2015 at 2:11 am (h/t to dbs) As an engineer, my first experience of a computer model…

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Ten Years at Redstate

Rathergate inspired me to fire the mainstream media in September 2004. That’s when I found Redstate. My morning routine used to be coffee, bagel and either the USA Today or the local paper. The phrase "fake but accurate" jarred my … Continue reading

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Help launch ‘Tar Sands Messiah’- A film by Tim Moen

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Tar Sands Messiah- A film by Tim Moen – September 19th In which a Fort McMurray environmentalist goes to Los Angeles to render judgement on the movie industry and shut down the city…

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“Extractivism” is a “Heinous Moral Crime”. #rsrh

Naomi Klein, in a book excerpt at The Nation, doesn’t quite say that fossil fuels = slavery. In fact, she doesn’t quite say it about five times in one paragraph. I learned something from her essay, though: I never knew … Continue reading

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America is at a Crossroads on Energy #rsrh

http://fuelfix.com/sponsoredarticles/adv/?prx_t=6pUBAsbUBAhQ4FA&prx_q=6647 We have the transformative power of energy facing off with the coercive power of government. If not denied by political powers, the energy opportunities created by the shale revolution would confer multiple genuine benefits for human welfare and peace: … Continue reading

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.@NYTimes Covers Oil and Gas Led Resurgence in Ohio #rsrh

Ohio’s unemployment rate in July was 5.7 percent, well below the national average of 6.1 percent. That’s a sharp reversal of the situation four years ago, when unemployment in Ohio hit 10.6 percent, significantly above the country’s overall jobless rate … Continue reading

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The sad demise of the Louisiana Democratic Party

Originally posted on Something Like the Truth:
Former Gov. Edwin Edwards last March at the Baton Rouge Press Club (Photo by Robert Mann) By Robert Mann I’ve been around politics long enough to know that elections are usually choices between…

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The epitome of ‘denial’

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Rick McKee, editorial cartoonist for the Augusta Chronicle, sends me this political cartoon about climate change which he posted on his Facebook page and the WUWT Facebook page. It sums up perfectly what…

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