Australia's recently ousted Prime Minister Tony Abbott may have been the first skeptic of catastrophic man-made global-warming theories and alarmism to get pushed out. But if alarmists get their way ahead of an upcoming United Nations “Climate Change” summit in Paris this December, Abbott will not be the last to fall. Indeed, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is also already in the crosshairs of the tax-funded global-warming establishment, which wants desperately to ensure that there are no hiccups in Paris as governments, dictators, and the UN work to impose a planetary “climate” regime on humanity.
The Pope wasted no time in trumpeting the climate change fraud in his initial remarks on Wednesday at the White House.
Unable to convince Americans of the alleged dangers of man-made global warming using evidence or the scientific method — or even billions worth of tax-funded propaganda and manipulation — a group of self-styled climate scientists want a new weapon to make you believe their controversial theory: government coercion and even prosecution of climate heretics. In a letter to Obama and his attorney general, a team of 20 professors, echoing the recent factually challenged ramblings of Democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.), urged the administration to start prosecuting climate realists under the anti-mafia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). In other words the debate is not really over after all, if the threat of prosecution must be employed in an attempt to end the allegedly non-existent debate.
For as long as e-mail has been a regular form of communication, Congress has allowed the Fourth Amendment to protect some e-mail, but has also allowed any messages stored on a mail server for 180 days or longer to be seized without a warrant. Now, finally, there is a real chance that could change. And federal bureaucracy is doing all it can to keep that from happening.
Kaspersky Lab, the giant Russian-based cybersecurity firm run by KGB-trained oligarch Yevgeny Kaspersky, continues to make alarming global inroads with individual consumers, corporations, and governments.