August 2011 Archives

By Elmer Beauregard

IRFrontCover2.jpgI don't know about you but I am getting tired of the lame stream press saying that the skeptics don't believe in science. Like this article at the Voice of America, by the way they only have one comment posted and its by a warmist. I tried commenting and it hasn't been "approved" yet.

The NIPCC just released what I think is a very scientific study dispelling a lot of the Global Warming fear mongering. On the other hand I recently came across this video of Lisa Jackson, EPA head, where she says, "Greenhouse gases are pollution".

Who is more scientific? Does Lisa know that if there were no Greenhouse Gasses there would be no life on this planet? The earth would be like Mars.

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The Drill Baby Drill Song

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Check out our newest video, a parody of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode"

Paul Joseph Watson,

Global warming alarmists invent new hoax after failing with everything else

GlobalWarmingAlien.jpgHaving failed with drowning polar bears, global superstorms, rising sea levels and a myriad of other manufactured hoaxes, global warming alarmists have invented a new threat to try and persuade us to pay carbon taxes directly to Al Gore and the global elite - vengeful environmentalist extraterrestrials from outer space.

"It may not rank as the most compelling reason to curb greenhouse gases, but reducing our emissions might just save humanity from a pre-emptive alien attack, scientists claim," according to a Guardian report.

A new study conducted by researchers at Nasa's Planetary Science Division posits that "green" ETs might get angry at Bubba driving his gas-guzzling SUV and respond by wiping humankind off the face of the earth to "protect other civilizations".

"Green" aliens might object to the environmental damage humans have caused on Earth and wipe us out to save the planet. "These scenarios give us reason to limit our growth and reduce our impact on global ecosystems. It would be particularly important for us to limit our emissions of greenhouse gases, since atmospheric composition can be observed from other planets," the authors write.

Is it really any wonder why polls show belief in global warming is collapsing? A recent Rasmussen survey found that 69 per cent of Americans believed scientists had likely falsified climate change data to push their agenda.

They've fed us with drowning polar bears, overpopulation paranoia, global superstorms and all manner of manufactured lies in an effort to terrify people into accepting the hoax and blithely handing over their carbon taxes to Al Gore and the Rothschilds, but none of it has worked. Gore's Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) has all but collapsed. The fact that they have now resorted to playing the "alien invasion" card illustrates how desperate and discredited the climate change cult has become.

Read the rest of the article here.

Zeke Miller, Business Insider

Republican presidential candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) promises $2 gas if she is elected president.

Speaking to a crowd in South Carolina on Tuesday, she said "Under President Bachmann you will see gasoline come down below $2 a gallon again. That will happen."

Bachmann offered no plans on how she will go about doing it.

"The day that [Obama] became president gasoline was $1.79 a gallon," Bachmann said. "Look what it is today."

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By Marc Morano, NewsMax

Texas Gov. Rick Perry's entrance into the GOP presidential primary has almost overnight deflated the prospects of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, and Perry's skepticism of man-made global warming has been one of the key factors.

Perry rides into the presidential contest with a bold brand of global warming skepticism that is sure to ignite tea party enthusiasts and GOP primary voters. Perry told the Guardian that global warming is "one contrived phony mess that is falling apart under its own weight."

One of the key issues in this race will be the vast differences between Romney and Perry on the issue of man-made global warming claims. Romney has expressed belief in the Al Gore and U.N. version of man-made climate fears despite the many scientists views on the matter. See "Gore Praises Romney for Belief in Man-Made Global Warming."

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Obama's Magical Misery Tour

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By daniel Larirson, The American Conservative

Ron Paul's second place finish at Ames was in many ways the most notable result from the straw poll. There had been expectations that Rep. Paul would do well, and perhaps even win, but finishing within 200 votes of the candidate currently dominating the field in Iowa is still a very good result. Compared with four years ago, both Bachmann and Paul received more votes than Romney managed to get with his much more expensive straw poll effort. According to Rasmussen's most recent Iowa poll, the top three in Iowa right now are Bachmann, Romney, and Paul, and both Bachmann and Paul are likely to receive a boost from coverage of their success at Ames. Much could change over the next five months, but Paul is showing some significant improvement in Iowa compared to the last race, and his campaign has typically excelled in caucus formats with their relatively smaller numbers of voters. Paul received just under 10% in 2008 in Iowa, and he is already polling ahead of that. It is conceivable that he could end up in the top three in the caucuses. If that were to happen, it would propel Paul into the top tier of candidates, and it would make it increasingly difficult to dismiss the part of the party he represents as unimportant.

Of course, Rick Perry will be a competitive candidate right away, and he could quickly win over Pawlenty's supporters and poach many of Bachmann's, but I have to wonder if he isn't already being overrated. Despite his lack of organization and his narrow fundraising base, Perry's candidacy is being taken seriously because of two things: his poll numbers, and because his bid seems credible "on paper." Pawlenty's campaign has reminded us how unimportant qualifications on paper can be. When the first big Perry story after his announcement is that Perry has a "crony capitalism problem" relating to questionable state funding of firms connected to Perry donors, Perry's campaign may not take off as quickly as everyone seems to assume it will.

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Ron Paul comes in a close second in the Iowa straw poll and with speeches like this no wonder.


The Fox News commentator tells everyone who just got done watching the Republican Presidential debate in Iowa to go on and vote. So then Hannity comes on and brings his hired propagandist Frank Luntz and then interviews several candidates except Ron Paul. I don't even remember Hannity showing a video clip of Ron Paul during the entire show.

The announcement of the poll results was supposed to be done during the hour long Hannity post-debate show. The entire show was a propaganda piece saying nice things about everyone but Ron Paul.

Well, it turns out Ron Paul won the poll handily. He won it by several thousand votes. Here is a screenshot and a breakdown of the poll results shortly after 12 am ET (after Hannity's show concluded).

1st Place: Paul with 7,796 votes
2nd Place: Gingrich with 4,751 votes
3rd Place: Cain with 2,425 votes
4th Place: Romney (the supposed front-runner) with 1,870 votes
5th Place: Bachmann (the other so-called front-runner) with 1,818 votes
6th Place: Santorum with 835 votes
7th Place: Huntsman with 303 votes
Last Place: Pawlenty with 250 votes

Here is a state breakdown of the poll. Ron Paul takes almost every state in the union except Utah, Wyoming, Arizona, Georgia, and Mississippi.

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Tip from William Wallace.

Conquering the Storm

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by Sarah Palin, Facebook

Sarah-Palin-Cap-Trade-BW.jpgIn the coming days we'll sort through the repercussions of S&P's downgrade of our credit rating, including concerns about the impact a potential interest rate increase would have on our ability to service our suffocating $14.5 trillion debt.

I'm surprised that so many people seem surprised by S&P's decision. Weren't people paying attention over the last year or so when we were getting warning after warning from various credit rating agencies that this was coming? I've been writing and speaking about it myself for quite some time.

Back in December 2010, I wrote: "If the European debt crisis teaches us anything, it's that tomorrow always comes. Sooner or later, the markets will expect us to settle the bill for the enormous Obama-Pelosi-Reid spending binge. We've already been warned by the credit ratings agency Moody's that unless we get serious about reducing our deficit, we may face a downgrade of our credit rating." And again in January, in response to President Obama's State of the Union address I wrote: "With credit ratings agency Moody's warning us that the federal government must reverse the rapid growth of national debt or face losing our triple-A rating, keep in mind that a nation doesn't look so 'great' when its credit rating is in tatters."

One doesn't need a Harvard Law degree to figure this out! Just look across the pond at Europe. European nations with less debt and smaller deficits than ours and with real "austerity" plans in place to deal with them have had their ratings downgraded. By what magical thinking did we figure we could run up perpetual trillion dollar deficits and still somehow avoid the unforgiving mathematics of a downgrade? Nothing is ever "too big to fail." And there's no such thing as a free lunch. Didn't we all learn that in our micro and macro econ classes? I did at the University of Idaho. How could Obama skip through Columbia and Harvard without learning that?

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It seems like I'm blogging a lot on the "Debt Crisis" lately, that's because the debt and global warming have a lot in common. They are both working to destroy our economy and both are based on fraud.

By Pete Kasperowicz, The Hill

Rep. Ron Paul on Monday introduced legislation that would lower the federal government's debt by canceling the roughly $1.6 trillion in debt held by the Federal Reserve.

Paul has argued for the last few weeks that the idea represents a quick way to make the growing fiscal crisis more manageable. Under his bill, H.R. 2768, the $1.6 trillion that the Treasury owes to the Federal Reserve would disappear.

The Federal Reserve began buying Treasury bonds in earnest late last year as part of its effort to keep long-term interest rates down. But Paul has argued that Fed purchases of Treasury debt represent a debt that the government owes to itself, and one that also leads to an unwanted and inflationary increase in the money supply.

Paul has also said the Fed is allowing the federal government to continue a spending binge it otherwise would not be able to afford, and is forcing the Fed to print money to keep up.

"If the federal government cannot cut spending and bring the budget back into balance, the Fed undoubtedly will be forced to simply monetize trillions of dollars in Treasury debt, which is nothing more than a stealth form of default," Paul said back in May.

Paul is highly critical of the debt-ceiling agreement that the House approved Monday, and said that rather than require real cuts in spending, the bill mostly cuts planned spending levels in the future. According to the legislation, discretionary spending in 2012 would be just $7 billion less than in 2011, and in 2013 it would be just $3 billion less than 2011 before allowing increases above 2011 levels.

"No plan under serious consideration cuts spending in the way you and I think about it," Paul wrote in a piece that appeared on The Hill's Congress Blog. "Instead, the 'cuts' being discussed are illusory, and are not cuts from current amounts being spent, but cuts in projected spending increases."

By Stephanie Flanders, BBC News

Icelandic lessons for the eurozone

Greece is not Iceland; the differences between the two countries extend well beyond the average temperature and contrasting attitudes to herring.

But watching the Greek crisis grind toward its umpteenth "crunch point", you can't help wondering why we hear so much about the country that's been desperately trying to win the markets' confidence for nearly two years, but so little about the country that, at the height of the crisis, basically told international investors to shut up and wait their turn.

So naturally, I opened this week's OECD survey of Iceland with interest. The contents are surprising on two fronts. The first surprise is that Iceland is doing pretty well, all things considered; rather better than Ireland or Greece.

The second surprise is that the OECD thinks the lesson of the past few years is that Iceland ought to join the euro.

I promise you I am not joking, but before we go on, let me give you some vital statistics.

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I think the whole idea of a Super Congress is a way to eliminate the Tea Party, I'll bet you anything Ron Paul or Michele Bachmann aren't invited. I Had a little extra time on my hands so I made this little poster, if you click on it you can see a bigger version.

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