Climate Change

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Arctic Ice Cap Grows Same Year Al Gore Predicted It Would Disappear

Media ignore Gore's Nobel predictions falling flat.
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Liberal Media Love Flawed Studies Claiming a Vast Scientific Consensus on Climate

Latest study had low response rate, while previous studies criticized for ‘math errors,’ ‘fuzzy’ definitions.
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CNN’s Bill Weir Slams Fox Nation Web Site: ‘You Willfully Ignorant F***sticks’

On Wednesday, CNN anchor Bill Weir, formerly with ABC News, sent to a particularly disparaging tweet to his over 49,500 followers regarding a post on the Fox Nation Web site about Al Gore and ...
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NBC: Firefighters Battling California Wildfires Are On 'Front Lines of Climate Change'

Not wanting to let a good crisis go to waste, Tuesday's NBC Nightly News exploited California wildfires to push climate change. Correspondent Miguel Almaguer declared: "The fire season not just ...
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Chinese Refrigeration Threatens Planet, New York Times Magazine Warns

Chinese Refrigeration Threatens Planet, New York Times Magazine Warns
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Five Climate-Change Claims as Ridiculous as Sharknado

Crazy disasters aren’t limited to SyFy channel; the media embrace them too.
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Joe Bastardi: Media Just ‘Want to Be Popular’ on Climate Change

Meteorologist refutes so-called ‘consensus,’ extreme weather link and criticizes media’s climate coverage.
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MRC VP Dan Gainor Discusses Top Media Bias Stories of the Week on One America News

This week's topics: Climate change, LGBT statistics and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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CBS Shamelessly Hypes Climate Change Will Cause More Turbulence for Airplanes

Wednesday's CBS Evening News unsurprisingly spotlighted a recent study that asserted that turbulence will become more common due to climate change during a news brief about the injuries on an ...
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Network Coverage of ‘Extreme Weather’ Up Nearly 1,000 Percent

Ten years ago ABC, CBS and NBC barely used the phrase, now they go to extremes despite scientific disagreement.
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