Warning Signs: Obama's Carbon Dioxide Lies
Since 2008, the U.S. has wasted nearly $70 billion on “climate change activities.” A report by the Congressional Research Service revealed that, from fiscal years 2008 through 2012, the federal government spent $68.4 billion to “combat climate change.”Gassed in Pennsylvania: Green Jobs, Black Men, and the Dirty Hope of Fracking
Climate change is why we're now getting baked, flooded, and stormed over.Welcome to the New Normal : Collide-a-Scape
It’s a tricky balancing act for journalists who aim to put big storms in such a context. Here’s Bryan Walsh at Time on the recent blizzard[Warmist Keith Kloor above links to this three-year-old article from Bryan Walsh at Time]: Snowstorm: East Coast Blizzard Tied to Climate Change - TIME
[Feb 2010] As the meteorologist Jeff Masters points out in his excellent blog at Weather Underground, the two major storms that hit Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., this winter — in December and during the first weekend of February — are already among the 10 heaviest snowfalls those cities have ever recorded. The chance of that happening in the same winter is incredibly unlikely.