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NYT Claim: Obama’s catastrophic climate denial

Bill McKibben, writing for The New York Times has published an attack on President Obama, accusing him of “climate denial”. According to McKibben; MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — THE Obama administration’s decision to give Shell Oil the go-ahead to drill in the Arctic shows why we may never win the fight against climate change. Even in this…

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The Intersection of Climate and Geopolitics

Guest essay by David Archibald As we warned back in February, the UN Climate Change Commission is on a path to rule the world and mere facts are not going to get in its way. But there is another party that is running interference on the UN’s plan even while using the UN’s climate scare…

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Stunning Photo Reveals How Vatican Learned to Spin Global Warming

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale. Pope Francis’s entry into the political climate-change debate was welcomed by some, frowned on by others. A new photo reveals who taught the Pope the proper way to spin global warming. [My apologies to the Harlem Globetrotters.] Will the Vatican be adding solar panels atop the Sistine Chapel and a…

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“… The real agenda is concentrated political authority. Global warming is the hook.”

Maurice Newman, the chairman of Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s Business Advisory Council, has accused the UN of attempting to subvert democracy, of attempting to establish a worldwide authoritarian regime, with political power concentrated in the hands of UN officials. According to Newman; Why then, with such little evidence [for dangerous global warming], does the UN…

A new model for a greener democracy?

Claim: Democracy creates climate change paralysis

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Conversation has published yet another green attack on liberal democracy. According to The Conversation, Liberal democracy is old fashioned – it’s antiquated institutions produce climate change “paralysis”, which the authors suggest can be resolved, by transferring democratic powers to unelected panels of national and trans-national bureaucrats. According to The…