Climate Change

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Upcoming Conference Will Challenge Media’s One-Sided Climate Agenda

Legendary hurricane forecaster, founder of Greenpeace and other scientists will offer another side of climate debate.
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Networks Blame Wildfires, Droughts on Climate Change, Despite Fact They’ve Declined

ABC, CBS and NBC blame carbon emissions but scientific and historical evidence show they’re wrong.
Chris Matthews from the June 2, 2004 Hardball on MSNBC.

MSNBC's Matthews, Guests Blast Koch Bros., GOP: 'Hurting the Planet' for Money, Partisan Gain

On his June 2 Hardball program, host Chris Matthews used new Obama EPA regs simply as an excuse to team up with his two liberal guests to blast Republicans as know-nothings on climate change who ...
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Alarmist Paul Ehrlich Predicts Need to ‘Eat the Bodies of Your Dead’

‘Population Bomb’ author calls for more abortions, accuses GOP of ‘stealing from poor’ and ‘trying to kill women.’
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New York Times ‘Best Evidence’ For Global Warming Melting Since 1700s

Alaska’s Muir Glacier photos used by newspaper to decry worldwide glacial melt, ignores Muir’s history.
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After Years of Threats, Prominent Climate Alarmists Still Seek to Jail Climate ‘Deniers’

Journalists and scientists called for ‘Nuremberg’ style trials, imprisonment, even death penalty.
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Meterologist Says Climate Alarmists Used ‘McCarthy’ Tactics Against Him

Networks completely Ignore Dr. Lennart Bengtsson’s complaints, while stoking climate fears.
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New Godzilla Flick Sneaks Radical Environmentalism into Flashy Special Effects

Movie portrays Godzilla as nature’s revenge against modern civilization and humans who ‘deserve it.’
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Parade Magazine: Wind Power Disrupts Local Climate

Genius Columnist Marilyn Vos Savant adds to the growing list of wind power problems.
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NBC Expert: Network Selectively Edited My Remarks to Support ‘Global Warming’

Vt. Maple syrup producer blasts network because it ‘only selected the words to support their point.’
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