With the start of UN Paris Climate Summit only three weeks away, an AP poll, like other surveys, shows most people are not that worried about global warming.

A San Francisco Bay Area agency has banned wood-burning stoves in new homes.

Representative Lamar Smith (R-Texas), chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, warned NOAA chief Kathryn Sullivan of potential criminal penalty for continued defiance of a congressional subpoena for data the agency used to make its controversial report on global warming.

The world’s richest capitalist is a statist, who says the private sector is “inept,” pushes Big Government schemes for a global carbon tax and billions more government spending on energy R&D.

Apparently the science surrounding alleged anthropogenic (man-made) global warming (AGW) is not really so settled after all. In a barely noticed statement released last week, NASA dropped the equivalent of a nuclear bomb on the United Nations climate-alarmism machine, noting that ice across Antarctica has been growing at break-neck speed for decades. The surging ice growth, of course, directly contradicts the predictions of global-warming alarmists, including a 2013 report by the increasingly discredited UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change claiming, falsely as it turns out, that Antarctica was losing ice and causing rising sea levels. 

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