Faced with the well-documented implosion of its theories and a public that increasingly sees through the climate alarmism, the United Nations and its widely ridiculed global-warming panel are upping the ante yet again. With the release of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s “Synthesis Report,” the global outfit is now simply spreading easily debunked lies in its half-baked effort to build some semblance of support for a planetary regime to control humanity by rationing and taxing emissions of what scientists call the “gas of life.” However, as the mid-term elections showed clearly, in the United States in particular, the public is not buying the deception.

Because of fracking technology, oil is literally gushing in the United States. But what effect is this boom having and what can we expect to see in the future?

Though fracking produces enough oil to take a big chunk out of the U.S. trade deficit, it is under unrelenting attack. We’ll look at the truth of the allegations.

The recent intrusion into a computer network at the White House, made public last week, appears to have been carried out by hackers working for the Russian government. This is not an isolated incident. Over the past several years Russia has been responsible for multiple, sustained attacks on computer systems belonging to governments and security firms with government contracts.

 

 

There have been hints about the possibility of a second person leaking classified documents to reporters close to the Snowden story. Now the FBI has identified a suspect.