Was Nobel Laureate Al Gore right when he predicted global warming would melt all the Arctic Sea ice this summer?
The Obama administration, conspiring with the United Nations and various foreign governments, is plotting to foist a draconian “global-warming” regime on the American people — without ratification by a two-thirds majority of the U.S. Senate, as required by the Constitution for all treaties. The radical strategy primarily involves semantics and legal quackery: Instead of calling the controversial scheme a “treaty,” the White House is pursuing what it calls an international “accord.” If Congress does not step in to stop it, the global plot would ration emissions of carbon dioxide and energy while redistributing potentially trillions of dollars from Western taxpayers to Third World regimes. Globalists and alarmists hope to conclude the UN deal at a “climate” summit in Paris next year.
Chilled by the 17-to-18-year pause of “global warming” and the global-cooling trend since 2002, the climate alarmists now have a record-breaking cold summer ruining their hysterical “climate change” narrative.
The International Climate Science Coalition is enlarging the climate skeptic tent, welcoming genuine scientists regardless of their partisan or ideological leanings.
James Delingpole, longtime columnist at The Daily Telegraph and now executive editor of Breitbart.com/London, discusses the irrationality, corruption and harmful affects of the global warming agenda.
Crash goes the latest global warming apocalyptic rant "Risky Business," from the Wall Street climateer trio of Bloomberg, Paulson, and Steyer.
The success or failure of predictions helps most everyone, especially scientists, verify or disprove theories. In the case of global warming, the theory has been disproven.
UK’s The Guardian spins PR story to breathe new life into the failing “climate change” intimidation campaign.
A shadowy network identified as the “Billionaires Club” is showering funds on the environmentalist so-called “green movement.” In addition, this network may be violating federal laws in its controversial efforts to elect its operatives, seize control of the federal regulatory regime, and push its radical agenda on America, according to a new report by Republicans on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Now that the Billionaires Club has purchased so much power, it is using its agents in the bureaucracy to further fleece taxpayers to advance its own goals and grant itself even more money, the Senate investigators found. Top insiders such as David Rockefeller and Bill Gates are deeply involved.
Heartland Institute President Joseph Bast joins The New American for an interview at the Ninth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC9) in Las Vegas.