Weekly Standard: Global Warming Consensus Crumbling; Also, Krauthammer on Healthcare

The Weekly Standard has published a piece by Steven F. Hayward entitled “In Denial: The Meltdown of the Climate Campaign” that is a must-read for thinking Christians and others interested in supposed man-caused climate change.  According to Hayward, F. K. Weyerhauser Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and scholar of environmentalism, the consensus on anthropogenic climate [Read More...]

An Explosive Evaluation of the Global Warming Movement

Stephen Hayward of the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC has just published a helpful overview of the documents related to the Climate Research Unit that hackers recently uncovered.  I blogged about this last week, but this analysis, entitled “Scientists Behaving Badly” and found in The Weekly Standard, is a must-read for anyone who has [Read More...]

The Link 12.5.09: Great Music, Scanwiches, and Climate Change

1. Here’s a link to some excellent music by Peter Bradley Adams, formerly of the duo eastmountainsouth.  Really–check this guy out.  You can even get a free EP of Adams’s music if you want to test-drive it. 2. Have you seen the site scanwiches.com?  Try looking at it without getting hungry. 3. Here’s a well-funded [Read More...]

Another Blow to Supposed Human-Caused Climate Change

An alert reader of this blog forwarded me some explosive news from a major UK blog by James Delingpole hosted on the Telegraph’s website.  I don’t know a great deal about the matter discussed below, but it certainly sounds important for the discussion about so-called global warming and human-caused climate change: If you own any [Read More...]

George Will on Supposed Climate Change

The perenially sane George Will just weighed in on some very bad news for climate-change doomsdayists: On Nov. 2, The Wall Street Journal‘s Jeffrey Ball reported some inconvenient data. Soon after the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change—it shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with the Thinking Man’s Thinking Man—reported that global warming is “unequivocal,” [Read More...]


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