Browsing All posts tagged under »Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change«

Apocalypse Delayed

February 27, 2015 by


  By Andrew Bolt ~ First they denied their warming predictions were false. Now they hunt for an excuse – and one that keeps their scare alive:   FORCES of natural climate variability have caused the apparent slowdown in global warming this century but the effect will be temporary, according to new research… Byron Steinman, […]

A Visit From ‘Saint Joe’

December 20, 2013 by


By Joe Bastardi · 
((With apologies to Clement Clark Moore.) ‘Twas the week before Christmas, when all through the news, There were reports of record cold, so many were confused. Told global warming is why we should care, And that the point of no return would soon be here. The children were bombarded with tales […]

Majority Rules on Climate Science?

December 5, 2013 by


By Jeff Jacoby · Back in 2006, around the time Al Gore’s global-warming documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth,” was released, I started a file labeled “What Climate Consensus?” Gore was insisting that “the debate among the scientists is over,” and only an ignoramus or a lackey for the fossil-fuel industry could doubt that human beings were […]

A Climate of Fear, Cash and Correctitude

November 25, 2013 by


Updated article with corrected errors  – 12-5-2013 The crazy goings-on in Nebraska cannot be ignored – especially because they are symptomatic of much bigger problems. As our article notes, Nebraska scientists are refusing to participate in a study that state legislators want to examine natural causes of climate change, unless it is revised to include […]

Friday Digest Income Redistribution: Food Stamp Cuts + More

September 20, 2013 by


The Patriot Post ~ THE FOUNDATION “I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it.” –Benjamin Franklin GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS Income Redistribution: Food Stamp Cuts House Republicans passed a modified part of the farm bill yesterday, 217-210, cutting 5% […]