Al Gore Says Ralph Northam Can Atone For Blackface Scandal By Opposing Gas Pipeline

8:32 AM 02/20/2019 | Energy Michael Bastasch | Energy EditorFormer Vice President Al Gore said Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam can fulfill his “racial reconciliation” pledge by opposing the Atlantic Coast pipeline, which he called a “racist rip-off.” “This is an ideal opportunity for him to say, ‘I’ve seen the light,’” Gore said at an…

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Al Gore Predicts a 2020 Political Climate Change Tipping Point

Guest essay by Eric Worrall I guess after getting the science wrong so many times Al Gore feels safer predicting a political tipping point than another dodgy “Ice Free Arctic” prediction. Al Gore: America Is Close to a ‘Political Tipping Point’ on Climate Change The former vice president discusses how the politics of the environment…

Texas City Featured In Al Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Sequel’ Lost Millions In Its Green Energy Gamble, Plus reality denial from the BBC

From The Daily Caller Millions In Its Green Energy Gamble Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor                                                                      10:55 PM 12/18/2018 | Energy The city of Georgetown, Texas, lost nearly $7 million this year on its green energy contracts. Al Gore featured the city in his “Inconvenient Sequel” film, which was released in 2017. Mayor Dale Ross said…

FACTFULNESS: A Book Review

Book review by Kip Hansen   Hans Rosling’s FACTFULNESS : Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World–and Why Things Are Better Than You Think is currently Amazon’s #1 Best Seller in the category Probability & Statistics.  Walmart’s bookstore lists it in the Adult Non-Fiction Top 100. It gets fabulous reviews: “Inspiring and revelatory, filled with…

Al Gore: “Our world is on fire” (please send money)

This flaming email was in my inbox this morning. Note the subject line. Nice to see I’ve been upgraded from “denier” to simply “unknown”. Here’s the full text, but with the multiple links to the donation site removed: Dear unknown, The dirty fingerprints of the climate crisis are everywhere you look. This year in the…