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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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Flashback: After 2012 NOAA Claim, CBS Warned Glaciers Could Melt in 10 Years

Accepting ‘Hottest Month’ Claim, broadcast networks used it to push global warming alarmism.
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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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ABC, NBC Ignore Shocking Economic Slowdown

Latest GDP announcement unmentioned by two networks while CBS downplays weak growth.
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NBC Documentary Ignores Skeptics, Insists ‘97 Percent’ Agree on Climate Change

Ann Curry links ‘extremes’ cold, heat, drought, fire and more to global warming in spite of scientists who disagree.
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NOAA Scientist Disagrees with Networks’ Claim of ‘Historic’ California Drought

ABC, CBS and NBC worry over ‘worst drought on record,’ fail to mention California’s last severe drought.
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CBS ‘This Morning’ Challenges Sochi Climate Change Hysteria

Olympians and warming alarmists cite Sochi's warm weather as evidence, ignore subtropical location.
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NBC, CBS Blame Weak Jobs Report on Weather, Economists Disagree

Networks and other media give same excuse as Labor Secretary, but right and left wing experts dispute weather claim.
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Charlie Rose Wonders if Extreme Cold Snap 'Definitely Connected to Global Warming'

On Monday's CBS This Morning, Charlie Rose predictably placed the blame for the unusually cold weather in North America on climate change. Rose wondered, "Is it definitely connected to global ...
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Media’s Chicken Little Hurricane Predictions Fall Flat

ABC, CBS and NBC evening news shows don’t admit that their preseason stories were wildly wrong.
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