Daily Archives: January 30, 2012

What Say To A Super Bowl In…..London

Some ideas are too dumb to even throw against the wall to see if they stick (CBS Sports) The members of the Super Bowl committee lately have been content to award hosting duties in cities in the northern part of the U.S. For instance, Indianapolis here and New Jersey in 2014. But what about an […]

Washington Post: It’s Like Totally Dangerous That Obama Doesn’t Talk About Climate Change Thay Much

No, seriously, that’s the headline A dangerous shift in Obama’s ‘climate change’ rhetoric Perhaps Obama’s just tired of discussing the weather President Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday was a prime example of this shift. The president said “climate change” just once —compared with zero mentions in the 2011 address and two in 2010. […]

If All You See…

…is a collapsed world covered by the sea, you might just be a Warmist

Bummer: Extreme Hurricanes Much More Prevalent When CO2 Was Much Lower

Remember all the times we were told, including in UN IPCC assessments, that the number of hurricanes would increase because someone drove an SUV? And then we were told that maybe that wasn’t quite right, but, someone charging their iPhone would make hurricanes stronger? And then that didn’t pan out. But, if we look in […]

Confirmed: Obama The Most Polarizing President Ever

I’m sure somewhere this is because of raaaaacism (Washington Post) President Obama ran — and won — in 2008 on the idea of uniting the country. But, each of his first three years in office have marked historic highs in political polarization, with Democrats largely approving of him and Republicans deeply disapproving. For 2011, Obama’s […]

UN To Solve All The Worlds Problems With “Sustainable Development”

Sustainability was one of the ideas the United Nations and the extreme environmentals and Warmists ran up the flag pole about a year and a half ago as a way of replacing what they had been attempting to do with “climate change,” namely, put massive amounts of control over people and private businesses, economies, along […]

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