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Climate Mob Threatens Trump - 'Quit Paris and You're Toast!'

The international climate mob have made President Trump an offer he can’t refuse: 'Stay in Paris - or the U.S. gets it!'

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Gloria Steinem: Forced Childbirth 'the Fundamental Cause of Climate Change

The founder of Ms. Magazine had no problem whatsoever linking two of the emblematic leftist causes into one huge issue, arguing that lack of access to 'reproductive health services' leads to overpopulation, which in turn causes the earth to warm uncontrollably.

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The New York Times Warms to Climate Change Skepticism

Although it never seemed that there would ever be an occasion to reference anything posted in The New York Times as evidence of climate sanity, an April 28 article shows high hopes that it might actually happen eventually.

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Al Gore's $15 trillion carbon tax - A fool's task

Gore's plan features a new, sophisticated, and expensive public-relations campaign, but it's all based on his views on carbon dioxide first broached in his 1992 book Earth in the Balance, which he reissued in 2000 for his failed presidential campaign.

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All Claims Regarding Climate Change Are About To be Completely Turned Around

In order to prove their claims, supporters of the human-induced climate change theory have been dependent on the melting ice in the Antarctic Peninsula (AP).

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Academics "Predict" an Imminent Global Warming Disaster

As it turns out, the philosophy and history of science is quite boring, so people in that academic field thought it would be 'interesting' to write about controversial subjects in order to make their work less boring.

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