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Soros Crony: Current Energy Policies ‘Partly Caused’ Typhoon

Jeffrey Sachs blames ‘humanity’ for storms on ‘Morning Joe,’ ignores failed 2013 predictions for Atlantic hurricanes.
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Berkeley Climate Scientist: IPCC Predictions ‘Getting Worse’

HuffPost Live concedes climate forecast flaws, but laments truth will hurt climate change alarmism.
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1 Year Later: Media Link Climate Change, Sandy Every Single Time

Networks rely on politicians like Gore, Bloomberg to push agenda.
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Networks Do 92 Climate Change Stories; Fail to Mention ‘Lull’ in Warming All 92 Times

ABC, CBS and NBC ignore ‘mystery’ warming plateau in favor of alarmism about sea levels, allergies, weather.
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NY Times Fawns Over Bill Nye: ‘Warrior for Science’

Scientific critics of Nye’s climate claims get no attention in Times profile of activist ‘Science Guy.’ 
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Drought

Gregory Hails Booker for Delivering Pizza, Suggests Calamities Justify More Federal Spending

If only George W. Bush had ordered home delivery of some pizzas during Katrina. On Meet the Press, David Gregory relayed how Newark Mayor Cory Booker delivered a few pizzas to a shelter, then ...

Diane Sawyer on Tornadoes: 'This Is the Evidence of a Kind of Preview of Life Under Global Warming?'

ABC's Diane Sawyer on Monday night presumed everyone lives inside her media bubble obsessed with "global warming" as she set out to blame the Missouri tornadoes on it ' but not even the CEO of a ...

Brian Williams Wonders If Tornadoes Caused by 'Something We Have Done?'

Like clockwork, an unusual weather event occurs and some shallow journalists immediately leap to speculating about global warming ' even accusing humankind of causing the event. On Thursday night, ...

'Huff and Puff and Blow Your House Down' - Will Your Home Survive Global Warming?

Reporter Elisabeth Rosenthal rushes in where scientific consensus fears to tread: "Global warming is most likely responsible, at least in part, for the rising frequency and severity of extreme ...
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