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Great Britain, the Green Movement, and the End of the World

Columnist James Delingpole discusses, with Hoover research fellow Peter Robinson, the European Union, the environmnetalist movement, and socialized medicine.

Vegan Meetup Continues in Brooklyn

Martin Rowe

I’ve been a regular attendee at Brooklyn’s quarterly plant-based/vegan meetups organized by Eric Adams, the Brooklyn Borough President, for the last year—and they always offer considerable food for thought (as well as considerable quantities of food), particularly when I think about the Vegan America Project. 1,074 more words

Global Warming a Farce

There are many other articles and video’s that show what a farce global warming is. Just more lies, Lies, lies. Wake up folks start opening your eyes, your ears, your minds and see what is the truth. 50 more words

The evolution of principle

By Tom Quiner

What is a principle?

It is an essential truth upon which other truths are based.

Former U.S. Senator and Vice President of the United States, Al Gore, embraced a principle that human life begins at conception. 1,114 more words

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Tipping point 10 years on: Who won the Armstrong-Gore ‘bet’ on the climate? — Watts Up With That?

Kesten C. Green University of South Australia (kesten.green at unisa.edu.au) The Challenge In 2007, University of Pennsylvania Professor J. Scott Armstrong challenged former U.S. Vice President Albert Gore to a bet on what would happen to global average temperatures over the next 10 years.

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The Roots Of The Global Warming Religion

In this video scientist and author Tony Heller shows how climate alarmists have created a new global warming religion, based on many traditional concepts from other religions. 14 more words

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Tipping point 10 years on: Who won the Armstrong-Gore 'bet' on the climate?

Kesten C. Green University of South Australia (kesten.green at unisa.edu.au)

The Challenge

In 2007, University of Pennsylvania Professor J. Scott Armstrong challenged former U.S. Vice President Albert Gore to a bet on what would happen to global average temperatures over the next 10 years. 1,976 more words

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