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Where's the Warming?

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PBS's Rose Baffled Anyone Could Oppose Liberal Policies on Climate Change

An adamant Charlie Rose, on Thursday night, was astounded that there could be any opposition to the fight against climate change, as he blurted: “Where is the resistance?! What stands in the ...
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China Not ‘Communist’ Says Author Naomi Klein on MSNBC

While touting her ‘Capitalism vs. The Climate’ book, Klein gets the facts wrong, again.
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Titanic II

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UN Climate Summit Speakers FLY 1 Million Miles to Vilify Air Travel, Carbon Output

Those speaking at the UN Climate Summit 2014 traveled a grand total of 1,036,537 miles from locations as distant as China, India and Peru. That’s enough miles to circle the equator 41.6 times.
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NBC Reporters Thrilled U.S. In 'Position of Strength'...On Climate Change

On her 12 p.m. ET hour MSNBC show on Tuesday, host and NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell, along with chief environmental affairs correspondent Anne Thompson, gushed over ...
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NBC’s Williams Praises Global Warming Marchers Despite ‘Mountains of Trash Left Behind’

During the Monday night newscasts, CBS and NBC provided coverage of the far-left global warming marchers in New York City. Leading the way in promoting them was NBC Nightly News anchor Brian ...
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Ed Schultz's Ratings Plummet as He Obsesses Over Climate Change

Ed Schultz's ratings continued to plummet last week, falling to just 41,000 in a key demographic. So, how did the MSNBC host respond to the bad news? He opened his show on Monday by demanding that ...
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People’s Climate March Gets 4.5 Times as Much Network Attention as March for Life

Broadcast networks also ignore radical anti-capitalists, socialist backers and calls for ‘revolution’ at climate march.
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Climate Clowns: 7 Most Ridiculous UN Climate Forum Attendees

UN Private Sector Forum promises to come up with plans for ‘ambitious action.’
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