Governor Cuomo “Astroturfs” to Give the Impression of Grassroots Support for Climate Change Issues

Governor Andrew Cuomo along with former Vice President Al Gore were on hand for a climate change event last week in which Governor Cuomo “astroturfed” the meeting to make it appear that there was vigorous grassroots support for it. The New York Post reported that: The workers said they left their jobs in the middle of the day Thursday and were paid their full salaries to hear Cuomo at Columbia University announce the state was joining a global effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. “I’d Read more […]

Which Could Hurt Wildlife More: Keystone XL Pipeline Or Ethanol Fuel Additive?

The Department of the Interior has the task of managing and protecting America’s vast lands and resources.  According to their website: “Our Mission: Protecting America’s Great Outdoors and Powering Our Future” “The U.S. Department of the Interior protects America’s natural resources and heritage, honors our cultures and tribal communities, and supplies the energy to power our future.” Under the liberal dictatorship of President’s Clinton and Obama, the Interior Department went Read more […]

CIA Looks for Ways to Use Weather as Weapon

So now the CIA — producer of such historic favorites as Benghazi, countless secret foreign wars, MK-Ultra and Project Paperclip — is openly studying what will happen if it starts mucking around with ways to manipulate the climate. In a masterpiece of doublespeak, the CIA is spending $630,000 on a study of ways to “geoengineer” Earth’s climate, with the excuse that it is worried that climate change could cause political instability and, dadgum it, the CIA just wants to keep the world a happy Read more […]

Environmentalist Hypocrisy and Excessive Carbon Footprints

Shortly after Al Gore’s blockbuster hit An Inconvenient Truth, a mass-forwarded e-mail went viral (which Snopes confirmed to be true). The e-mail described in detail two different houses and asked the reader to guess which one belonged to an environmentalist. The first house that was described was a 10,000 square-foot, 20-room mansion heated by natural gas. Besides the 20 bedrooms, it had 8 bathrooms. It also had a pool and a pool house.According to the e-mail, the average electricity and gas Read more […]