English language abuse is also a fundamental weapon of the junk science mob.
Another masterpiece of socialism.
I’m pretty sure that’s the take take home message.
Awesome… the son of Soviet dissident slams EPA chief for ‘skeptics not normal’ pronouncement.
Here’s the letter.
Is the Pope a climate hysteric?
Move over Groucho, Harpo, Zeppo and Chico — meet Marto and Robbo.
‘Democrat’ Congressman Raul Grijalva closes in on 1933 Germany, and the Soviet Union.
Warmists are red…
Pay close attention to the last paragraph.
Washington post columnist Jackson Diehl has an interesting piece this morning about an investor named Bill Browder who once tried to tell the WaPo editorial board that it was all wrong about Putin being a bad guy.
Paul Driessen defends skeptic Willie Soon against yet another scurrilous green attack.
“Otherizing” people is not okay — except by class.
… wonder what the tens of millions of Soviet victims would think?
From today’s U.S. News & World Report, check out the poster in the background.
But her “book burning” isn’t too consistent with her bio.
Irving Peress was “convinced” by the path of the Soviet Union.
Here’s the tweet:
The Greenpeace media release is below.
The Guardian reports:
Unlike other warmists, at least CP-India openly admits what it is.
The Guardian reports:
From the Salon interview with McKibben:
James Randerson writes at the Guardian:
Here’s the plot line so far:
Joe Romm rants at ClimateProgress:
National Review reports:
From an interview with Comrade Naomi Klein:
Former Grist writer and marine biologist Stephen Hale writes in the Providence Journal:
Klein says the enviro elites’ win-win collaboration with American business has failed.
The Hill reports:
But both are aimed at wrecking America.
Exploiting the aged Republican, Scientific American asks George Schultz why he works on climate issues.
Dana Nuccitelli is a rabid (albeit part-time) warmist blogger for The Guardian. He also has an interesting full-time employer.
Barbara Boxer sported a new look at today’s global warming hearing. didn’t think too much of it until the Los Angeles Times ran a photo… then it hit me:
Peter Foster writes at the Financial Post:
The National Journal reports:
ABC (Australia) reports:
Past the seizing-and-spending-other-people’s-money part, if Exxon did that, it would soon have no money to spend on anything.