Climate alarmists like to point to weather events such as this year's floods along the Mississippi River as proof of global warming. But there are plenty of weather events that point in the opposite direction, too.
Good data in; good results out, so says an old scientific maxim. So what does that say about climate-alarmist scientists who manipulate data to achieve their desired results?
With the climate hysteria movement, fear is everything. How much fear can they ignite in the population is the key to their future global government plans.
A recent story published by NPR claims we owe Al Gore an apology based on recent extreme weather events. But Gore owes us an apology for the state of the climate-change debate in 2019.
A group of globalist "green" NGOs is pressuring American mainstream media to call climate change a "crisis" or "emergency" in order to ramp up the fear level in the United States.
The Gore effect strikes again as a rare snow falls in Australia to welcome climate alarmist Al Gore to the land down under.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign is accused of plagiarizing portions of Biden's climate plan, repeating a familiar pattern from Biden's checkered past.
While climate hysterics such as AOC (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) point to recent deadly tornadoes in the United States as some sort of proof of man-made climate change, the facts of the situation don't line up well with such claims.
A new poll finds that two-thirds of Democrats agree with Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that the world will end if climate change isn't stopped within 12 years despite the fact that she has said only a "sea sponge" would believe it.
Whether anomalous weather events are proof of climate change or not is, apparently, in the eye of the beholder.