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Someone Broke the Global Warming Hockey Stick

April 4, 2013

Turns out that the classic Algore-style global warming hockey stick is broken. In a study released March 8, some climate scientists set themselves up to be the latest batch cool kids showing that the Earth still has a temperature.  Their study showed the obligatory apocalyptic hockey stick in the Earth’s temperature during the 20th Century [...]

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It’s Getting Late in October… Get Ready for a Surprise!

October 20, 2012

The October Surprise:  sudden game-changing event or charge which occurs so close to an election that the targeted candidate doesn’t have time to respond, and therefore changes the election’s dynamic within days of voting.  It’s a real d-bag move, no matter which side is doing it. Today is October 20, seventeen days left until we [...]

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Algore’s Climate “Bull$&*t”

August 9, 2011

Check out this audio of Algore at the Aspen Institute’s “Networks and Citizenship” media panel.  Algore has been wacky for over a decade now, but he’s become plainly unhinged over the fallout from Climate Gate.  At least he has real entertainment value now.

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The Election of 2000, Ten Years Later

November 7, 2010

Shortly after 8:50pm on the evening of November 7, 2000, I became very nervous.  MSNBC decided to call the state of Florida for Democrat presidential nominee Vice President Al Gore, though they admitted it was very close.  Texas Governor and Republican nominee George W. Bush needed Florida’s 25 Electoral votes along with either Ohio or [...]

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Democrat Desperation: Contriving a Foreign Donor Scandal

October 12, 2010

Remember back in 2000 picking on Algore and his latest incarnations?  One swipe in particular was to call him Al “I Didn’t Know It was a Buddhist Temple” Gore.  Also, remember the cloud surrounding Johnny Chung around the Clinton Administration regarding Chinese influence for White House access? So, let me be a little suspicious when [...]

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Romney Assaulted on Plane

February 16, 2010

Former Massachusetts Governor and 2008 Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney was assaulted on a plane this morning right before leaving the Olympic Games in Vancouver.  No one was hurt and the attacker was removed from the plane before take-off. There are a few unusual angles to this story:  for one, super-loaded Mitt Romney and his [...]

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New Treaty Could Threaten US Sovereignty

October 23, 2009

There’s been a buzz out there on the ”Internets” about a 95-minute speech given in St. Paul by former Thatcher policy advisor Lord Christopher Monckton last week which ripped apart Algore’s numerous global warming theses, while warning America about what President Obama might set into motion by signing the Copenhagen Treaty this December — giving up part of our national [...]

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Obama Channels God

August 20, 2009

I thought Obama was God, or perhaps his avatar on Earth?  Oh, I forgot, he merely thinks he’s God! More evidence of that on Wednesday when news came out about a conference call Obama had with some “progressive” religious leaders (whatever “progressive” implies in that case) in which Our Most Beneficent Leader accused some anti-Obamacare activists of [...]

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Climate Change Religion Suppressing Science

July 6, 2009

You’ve probably already heard about this story from last week regarding EPA analyst Alan Carlin’s 98-page study on global warming and carbon dioxide.  It’s definitely worth noting.  The EPA didn’t like the findings and tried to suppress Carlin’s key finding:  that while levels of CO2 may have increased in recent years, global temperatures have gone [...]

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Al Franken’s Parody of Al Gore Might Best the Original

December 19, 2008

How about mixing some math and politics on this snowy Friday evening?  Problem: If an election goes into overtime because it’s too close, what two possible outcomes are likely to emerge? 1.  If [the Republican] is behind, the people have spoken and [he/she] concedes after the initial recount has taken place. 2.  If [the Democrat] [...]

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Preemptive Strike From MSDNC

October 28, 2008

I had a feeling this was coming if McCain gained momentum in the polls during the last few weeks of the election:  with McCain surging, MSDNC is invoking memories of 2000, when Gore got more popular votes but Bush won the election through the Electoral College.  It’s a preemptive strike to delegitimize a potential McCain [...]

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Day 3–The Truly Historic Moment in Denver

August 27, 2008

There was a major historical moment tonight at the Democrat National Convention… You guessed it!  At 6:49pm EDT the Democrat Party nominated a Presidential candidate with less experience than anyone in living memory! (see below)  He’s never really done anything of note, had to make a serious executive decision with true consequences, has no major legislation with his [...]

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