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Best EPA Chief in History

No doubt about it, Scott Pruitt will go down as the best EPA chief in history.  The hypocritical radical Greens successfully mounted enough scurrilous rumors and stories to convince EPA reformer Scott Pruitt to resign. For decades the Environmental Protection Agency … Continue reading

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Warmunist Heatwave

This is how Global Warming Alarmists measure heat waves. Hilarious…Source…

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My Prediction Comes True…

In my previous post I made a prediction: Without a doubt, the climate change alarmists will continue to flood the media with nonsensical articles that credit human-caused global warming/climate change for either causing or intensifying the hurricane. You can bet … Continue reading

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Climate Alarmists Flooding the Media with Nonsense

As sure as the sun comes up in the east on a clear day, one could predict the global warming alarmists would flood the media with the nonsensical prediction that the first hurricane to hit the US in more than … Continue reading

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Laughable Climate Change Hysteria

  The intensity of climate change hysteria ebbs and flows with the latest news. Depending on whatever climate nonsense the global warming alarmists can create, emotional temperature runs hot, hotter and hottest. Climate change scientists, politicians, bloggers, media, and celebrity blowhards … Continue reading

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A True Consensus…

On successive weekends climate change alarmists have gathered themselves together in large bunches hither and yon across the country to dress up in goofy costumes and carry silly signs to march for science. For years these strange people have been boasting … Continue reading

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13 Most Ridiculous Predictions Made on Earth Day, 1970

The first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970. According to Wikipedia, the first Earth Day celebrations took place in two thousand colleges and universities, roughly ten thousand primary and secondary schools, and hundreds of communities across the United … Continue reading

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