Environmentalist Who Took $100 Mil from Oil Tyranny Claims NRA is a Fraud


It was bad enough when Al Gore was claiming to be an expert on Global Warming while putting out books that he had never written.

Gore Al Jazeera Sale Idea Came From Consultant Who Brought ChiCom Propaganda Channel to America


Terenzio’s calling card is that he was instrumental in arranging for the broadcasting of ChiCom propaganda in the United States and then came up with the idea for doing the same thing for Qatar’s Islamist tyrants.

Al Jazeera Star: Death to Apostates


While Glenn Beck’s views scared Al Gore, Sheikh al-Qaradawi’s jihadist vision rings just right.

Al Gore: George Soros Should Have More Influence Over American Politics


Apparently controlling the White House and the Foreign Policy of the country via the Soros Money Machine isn’t enough. Not until the entire Senate and Congress bows to the new Emperor of America.

Gore Blames Television for Downfall of American Democracy

Someone stop me before I created another television news network

Al Gore has just gotten around to selling his political television channel to an oil tyranny and is now blaming television for the downfall of politics. If Al Gore really were a robot, it would be time to send him back to the factory to get his brain serviced.

Islam and Environmentalism: United in Anti-Humanism

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When ideology devalues the status of mankind, horrifying results ensue.

Current TV Bought By Al Jazeera


What if the Nazis had bought NBC?

The Four Als


More reminders of how prohibition, of one kind or another, inevitably leads to injurious consequences.

Al Gore Now Richer than Romney, Thanks to Oil, Not Green Energy


100 million dollars of Al Gore’s estimated 300 million dollar net worth comes from Qatar, an oil tyranny that funds terrorists and he got that money by selling the political access that he used to illegitimately gain access to 60 million viewers for the Current TV cable network.

Top Dem Steered $150 Million in Gov Loans to Spanish Company

"They actually think we're going to give back money... to the people. Suckers."

The Ex-Im Bank approved a $78.6 million direct loan to Spain-based Abengoa in December. It also approved a $73.6 million direct loan to a wind farm in Uruguay, which is owned by Abengoa. Former Democratic New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson sits on both the Abengoa International Advisory Board and is currently listed on the Ex-Im bank’s website as a member of the advisory committee that helps guide bank policy.