10:10 Pulls Global Warming Assassination Ad

Observe the latest in the scare tactics of the Global Warming followers. The 10:10 Global Organization was forced to pull this ad a mere hours after it first appeared:

A shame to hear that Gillian Anderson (of X-Files fame) provided the voiceover for this. Also participating in this display of hate speech was Richard Curtis (of Black Adder, Mr. Bean, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Bridget Jones’s Diary, and Notting Hill). Just remember, no pressure… we’ll just assassinate you if you don’t comply.  James Lee would have been proud!

Thankfully, 10:10 has realized the ad missed the mark and put up an apology on their site.

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Written by admin on October 2, 2010

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Take Away Al Gore’s Oscar?

The Las Angeles Times is reporting that two Academy members, Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd, are asking the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to recall the Oscar that Al Gore won in 2007 for “An Inconvenient Truth”.  Of course, there is no way that such a demand will result in any action in the liberal world that is Hollywood, but it is humorous to see.  Simon and Chetwynd are Conservatives in Hollywood, something that is much more endangered than polar bears.

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Written by admin on December 4, 2009


John Stewart on Climategate

Even John Stewart sees how Climategate exposes the fraud that is “Global Warming”. It’s a shame that Democrats such as Barbara Boxer are more interested in investigating the leak than what the leak exposed.

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Written by admin on December 3, 2009

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Climate Bill Mistake Could Cost Dems

As has hit the news, the Cap and Trade bill (also known as Waxman-Markey) passed the house 219-212.  Several representatives changed their minds on the bill allowin the narrow passage.  Some, such as Debbie Halverson (D-IL), were recorded saying they wouldn’t vote for the bill, but then proceeded to vote for it anyway.

It is simply amazing to see how many representatives actually voted for this bill (including 8 Republicans).  We are seeing more people step forward to question global warming (including someone in the EPA who was apparently silenced by Obama’s agenda). Despite this, the house wants to push forward with a bill that will undoubtedly hurt the economy and burden families with imbedded “green taxes”.  An MIT Study put the cost to each American family at $3900/year.

Not only is the link of carbon dioxide to global temperatures in question, our economy is struggling. We have unemployment rates approaching 10% and now we’re looking to pass a bill that will cost jobs and add burden to our families.  This leaves an opening for the Republicans to step up and be a voice of reason.  The question is, will they step up to the plate?

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Written by admin on June 30, 2009

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Unintended Consequences of Social Engineering

According to The Nation, the U.S. Government is going to give $8 billion this year to the nation’s 10 largest paper companies. The reason is an odd bit of green legislation that gives a 50 cent a gallon tax credit for using fuel mixtures that are a combination of taxable fuels (such as diesel) with alternative fuels.

The process of making paper involves placing wood into a chemical mixture to separate out the cellulose fibers. The leftover material forms what is termed black liquor and it is a good fuel due to its large carbon content. Paper companies use black liquor to produce the heat and energy they need to manufacture paper.

They discovered that they can take advantage of this tax credit by simply adding diesel fuel to the mixture. It is totally unnecessary and far from green, but it allows them to make a  handsome profit off of the tax credit. The  attempt to engineer green behaviour has actually resulted in the exact opposite. It is amazing how every year our tax code continues to get more complex yet continues to get less and less effective.

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Written by admin on April 13, 2009

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