Putting the oil spill in historical perspective


I’ve praised Donna Laframboise here before, due to her tireless and thankless factchecking of the infamous Nobel-winning report on “global warming.
Today, she provides some much needed perspective on the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico:
She writes, in part:
Green activists like to declare that we’re addicted to oil. I think we’re addicted to drama. (…)
Regarding [...]

159 Years of Climate Alarmism at The New York Times


Floating Ice in the Delaware during the Little Ice Age
Most of us never noticed anything unusual in the famous painting of George Washington Crossing the Delaware when we first saw it in our American history textbooks. The floating chunks of ice in the scene, are only one of the many surviving reminders of the Little Ice Age. [...]

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