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Greenies blamed for Victoria bushfires’ scale

Greenies blamed for Victoria bushfires’ scale From The Australian, February 12, 2009 THE green movement was yesterday blamed for the severity of the Victorian fires that cost so many lives and ruined so much property. David Packham, a former supervising meteorologist for fire weather nationwide at the Bureau of Meteorology, said environmentalists’ politically successful campaign to stop controlled Full story

Taxation or Abortion to Save the World

After the infamous Roe vs. Wade case in 1973, women across the United States gained the right to choose whether their unborn child would live or die. In what has become the corner stone of women’s rights, pro-choice advocates across the country have petitioned and protested any hint of legislation or candidate that posed a potential risk to this precious “right”. Today, with ... Full story

Six Most Embarrassing Moments in Environmentalism

Every so often it’s fun to take a step back and poke a little fun at the global warming alarmists here at Skeptics Global Warming. Many incriminate themselves with sheer hypocrisy and arrogance that does little to further their cause: to stop global temperatures from rising by reducing man-made greenhouse gas emissions. Every time one of these supposed friends of the ... Full story

Gore and Environmentalists Celebrate Changing of the Guard

The Associated Press is reporting on the celebration happening in Washington as Democrat Barack Obama prepares to be sworn into office. Among those participating, former Vice President and global warming frontman Al Gore, singer Melissa Etheridge and Blair Underwood, all of whom attended a green ball Monday night. Walking on mossy green carpet made partially from recycled fiber. Any carbon footprint made ... Full story

Environmentalists to Blame for US Airways 1549 Crash into Hudson River?

In January 2004, US Senator Charles Schumer announced a $200,000 earmark to the US Fish and Wildlife Service to implement non-lethal methods of removing Canadian geese from New York. Schumer said, “Canada geese are overrunning our parks and open spaces and their droppings are polluting our water and our land.” The issue came up in 2004 because of a geese problem on Riker’s ... Full story

Hansen: We Only Have Four Years Left

James Hansen of NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Studies has come out with another prediction on climate change. He says that the President only has four years left, and that carbon levels are already too high to prevent runaway greenhouse warming and that the United States is the only country with the political muscle to lead the world and stop the rise in carbon ... Full story

The Global Warming Hoax Week-in-Review for January 16, 2009

Put away your snowblowers and shovels and gather around to what should be my last fill-in spot for The Daily Bayonet as he is expected to return from his extended vacation on Monday. My apologizes for the lightness of this round-up also. Server issues had me occupied for a couple of days this week. Now, on with the week-that-was in global warming ... Full story

Gordon Brown Defends Heathrow Expansion Plans

I reported on a story earlier in the week that claimed a Greenpeace coalition bought up land around Heathrow originally planned to be used for expansion of the international airport and the construction of a third runway. Now, Prime Minister Gordon Brown is defending the decision to expand Heathrow citing economic expansion. Full story

CO2 Capture Device Back in the News

While I’ve touched on carbon capture devices in the past and how they’ve been denounced again and again and again by environmentalists, particle physicist Klaus Lackner of Columbia University understands their practicality in removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Having already built one that removes tens of kilograms of CO2 each day from the air, he is ready to embark on ... Full story

Schwarzenegger No Longer a Friend of the Environment

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has angered environmentalists for asking that federal environmental reviews be waived on highway projects. The Republican Governor is working to create 22,000 new jobs and provide the state with a $1.2 billion economic boost, albeit paid by the taxpayer. Schwarzenegger wants to move forward with 10 big highway projects in the state but environmental regulations currently tie up those ... Full story
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