‘Global warming’ in Texas a farce

noaaAfter pushing forwards its “climate change” propaganda full force, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is being accused of fraud.

RealClimateScience.com, which refers to itself as “The Deplorable Climate Science Blog,” maintains that Texas has been cooling since 1895, but this observation reportedly “doesn’t suit NOAA’s global warming agenda.”

Using animation, the blog illustrates the fact that the NOAA keeps manipulating and cooling down the past temperatures of the Lone Star State further and further to create the appearance of a warming trend.

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@WikiLeaks: Clinton, Tree-Hugging Billionaire Donor Share The Same High-Powered Lawyer

Tom Steyer

Tom Steyer

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign shares the same liberal crusading lawyer as billionaire Democratic moneyman Tom Steyer, according to leaked documents published Saturday.

Clinton legal advisor, Marc Elias, also happens to represent Steyer, a man for whom the Clinton team has worked hard to solicit money from throughout the campaign. The revelation comes from a trove of hacked emails from Democratic operative John Podesta.

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EPA Spends MILLIONS Training Teachers On ‘Environmental Education’

classroomThe Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is spending $10.8 million training teachers on the fundamentals of “environmental education.”

EPA will fund the training of 4,400 educators annually and “deliver high-quality environmental education in formal and non-formal education settings.” EPA officials declined to tell CNS News what the program would actually teach or how it would explain topics, like global warming.

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CAUGHT ON TAPE: UN bans skeptical journalists from climate summit for holding views not ‘particularly helpful’

ezra levant

Ezra Levant

The United Nations has rejected the media credentials of three journalists from a conservative news outlet in Canada to the upcoming UN climate summit in Morocco in November. Nick Nuttall, a UN official, admitted in an October 18 CBC interview that The Rebel news outlet is being banned from attending the UN summit because of its skeptical reporting of the UN’s climate claims.

Nuttall tried to justify the UN media ban by noting that The Rebel TV host Ezra Levant has called UN promoted climate change fears a “crock.”

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Exposed: The Great Green LSE Con

green-con-lseOne of the world’s leading institutes for researching the impact of global warming has repeatedly claimed credit for work done by rivals – and used it to win millions from the taxpayer. An investigation by The Mail on Sunday also reveals that when the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP) made a bid for more Government funds, it claimed it was responsible for work that was published before the organisation even existed.

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The chemicals anxiety machine

Democrat candidate Roy Cooper

Democrat candidate Roy Cooper

Rank politics and baseless health scares are driving anxiety, North Carolina election campaigns, civil rights claims and plans for class action lawsuits, all of which could bring electricity rate hikes that will cause real job, health and civil rights problems for families – for no health or environmental benefits.

As I noted in an earlier article, North Carolina state toxicologist Ken Rudo has publicly disagreed with the US Environmental Protection Agency and other NC “tox” experts, who say levels of chromium-6 detected in some NC waters are safe. The contaminant comes from coal ash deposits and other sources.

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#Greens tell #millennials voting for a third party is voting for @realDonaldTrump

johnson-steinThe League of Conservation Voters will make a multi-million dollar pitch to millennials in crucial battleground states against voting for third-party candidates in the presidential election.

The group’s Victory Fund announced it will use a $2.6 million mail campaign to reach out to young voters and others to discourage voting for third-party candidates. The group will tell millennials that voting for anyone other than former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is akin to voting for Republican Donald Trump.

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Why didn’t debate moderators ask about the environment? Because Americans don’t care

Hillary Clinton describes the issue as “one of the most urgent threats of our time.” Donald Trump dismisses the problem as “a hoax.” The debate moderators didn’t even mention it.

From the candidates’ first meeting in Hempstead, New York to their last in Las Vegas, Nevada, neither fielded a single question about climate change.

That’s led some like Vox’s Brad Plumer to ponder the issue’s absence from the debate stage. But the answer is simple: It’s not the environment, stupid. And one doesn’t need the political intuition of James Carville to understand why.

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Is climate policy doing more harm than good?

Cyclone Halma aftermath.

Cyclone Halma aftermath.

After covering global warming ­debates as a journalist on and off for almost 30 years, with initial credulity, then growing scepticism, I have come to the conclusion that the risk of dangerous global warming, now and in the future, has been greatly exaggerated while the policies enacted to ­mitigate the risk have done more harm than good, both economically and environmentally, and will continue to do so.

And I am treated as some kind of pariah for coming to this conclusion. Increasingly, many people would like to outlaw, suppress, prosecute and censor all discussion of what they call “the science” rather than engage in debate. We’re told that it’s impertinent to question “the science” and that we must think as we are told. But ­arguments from authority are the refuge of priests.

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Global Cooling: Stronger-Than-Expected La Niña May Be Brewing

Many have doubted forecasts calling for the onset of the first La Niña in almost five years, believing that its failure to materialize in convincing fashion last summer – as originally predicted – means that it may be off the table for 2016-17. But in recent weeks, the oceans and atmosphere have been pulling everything into place to facilitate a potentially stronger La Niña than previously thought, so those who follow commodities markets may want to take a second look. Cooling sea surface temperatures in the key Niño 3.4 region have touched the levels of early 2012. –Karen Braun, Reuters, 20 October 2016

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