The global warming movement as we have known it is dead. Its health had been in steady decline during the last year as the once robust hopes for a strong and legally binding treaty to be agreed upon at the Copenhagen Summit faded away. By the time that summit opened, campaigners were reduced to hoping […]
Yesterday, at the “Climate Summit” in Copenhagen, Denmark (an event that has degenerated into a world-wide Marx-fest), Amy Goodman, the sycophantic Marxist host of Democracy Now!, had the extreme pleasure (for her) to interview Evo Morales, the Marxist President of Bolivia, a country which is, despite being rich in natural resources, one of the poorest [...]
Police battled demonstrators outside the UN climate summit on Wednesday as leaders of developing nations let rip at wealthy counterparts, exposing the mighty obstacles facing a deal to tame global warming. via Police battle climate activists amid talks rancour – Yahoo! News.
hina, India and other developing nations boycotted U.N. climate talks on Monday, bringing negotiations to a halt with their demand that rich countries discuss much deeper cuts in their greenhouse gas emissions. Representatives from developing countries – a bloc of 135 nations – said they refused to participate in any formal working groups at the […]
The UN Copenhagen climate talks are in disarray today after developing countries reacted furiously to leaked documents that show world leaders will next week be asked to sign an agreement that hands more power to rich countries and sidelines the UN’s role in all future climate change negotiations.The document is also being interpreted by developing […]
As usual, Fox News host Glenn Beck is proving himself to be one of the few commentators on cable news willing to actually report what happens in Washington, D.C. On his show last Friday, Beck explained whom President Barack Obama relies on to shape his economic policy and what this means. His (and my) conclusion: be [...]
Neither rain nor sleet nor early record snowfall will keep world leaders from the 192-nation UN sponsored Copenhagen Climate Summit next week. And the first order of business: Establishing an emergency fund of, oh, $10 billion bucks or so to ‘jump-start’ the process of saving the world from the dreaded non-crisis of global warming.