A mini-Ice Age?
Better throw some more logs on the fire. What may be the science story of the century is breaking this evening, as heavyweight US solar physicists announce that the Sun appears to be headed into a lengthy spell of low activity, which could mean that the Earth – far from facing a global warming problem – is actually headed into a mini Ice Age. [snip] | Read More »
Al Gore is writing another book.
So sayeth Jimmie Bise of the Sundries Shack. It’s going to be a prediction of the next decade. Indirectly, Jimmie references Andrew Malcolm, which leads me to a puzzler: is this comment of Andrew’s funnier? The publisher describes the upcoming tell-all tome as “an X-rated look at the seamier side of American public life where empty-headed liberal celebrities with hypocritcally huge carbon-footprints and this year’s | Read More »
Crazed Sex Poodle update.
This week was the calm before the storm: they’ve reopened the case, possibly because there may be DNA evidence on a pair of pants, and possibly because it looks bad when there’s even a suggestion that the rich and powerful can count on sexual assault allegations… going away. Meanwhile, via Instapundit, Politico is reporting that the story is going mainstream in the national media. Hillbuzz | Read More »
Here’s the Al Gore Masseuse police report.
Fun game for your morning: see how far you get into this report before you develop this sudden and burning need to go find a rock, and throw it at Al Gore. I personally made it to page 13. Background, for those unaware of the story: it’s alleged – I want to make that clear; alleged – that back in 2006 Gore attempted to force | Read More »
Al Gore: sinking his carbon for DECADES?
That is precisely the question that the Washington Times is asking at the end of this piece: Rumors of former Vice President Al Gore’s extramarital affairs have been whispered in D.C. for many years, but fondness for Tipper and loyalty to Gore has protected him. So, the public has been shocked – with many still in denial – by tabloid reports of his infidelities. The | Read More »
Better funding through Chemistry: Gore and Dow Chemicals.
Not to correct the Independent – oh, who am I kidding? I love to correct the Independent – but the correct term is ‘bribe.’ Gore takes cash for water campaign from chemical firm Al Gore, the self-styled squeakiest-clean and deepest-green politician in American history, has some explaining to do this weekend. His environmental organisation has taken money to raise awareness about the need for clean | Read More »
The inevitable Al Gore + Global Warming Conference = SNOW! post.
Byron York wants to know what Republican legislators are doing in Copenhagen. Getting snowed in, apparently. As if on cue with former Vice President Al Gore’s arrival in Copenhagen, the site of the United Nation’s climate summit is expected to receive heavy snowfall and bitter cold temperatures. With a bit of amusement some have pointed to the arrival of the cold weather as an example | Read More »
The Emo-Eco poetry of Al Gore Overnight Open Thread.
Actually, I unfairly malign emos by comparing them to Al Gore. He’s like an emo wannabe. Ace of Spades HQ has the full text of this poem, for those who can’t quite make out my deliberately overwrought screeching. Suffice it to say, this has been one heck of a midlife crisis for Mister Gore. Open thread. Moe Lane Crossposted to RedState.
Booby Prize for Creigh Deeds.
He asked for the President; he got the Cubslayer. Gore coming to Va. for Deeds Former Vice President Al Gore will be coming to Virginia on Friday to give a last-minute boost to the Democratic candidate for governor, Creigh Deeds, a party source said. Gore will headline a private fundraiser in McLean at the home of longtime Democratic supporters Al and Claire Dwoskin. But surely | Read More »
Q. How does Al Gore handle inconvenient truths?
A. By getting the microphone cut off, of course. Via Breitbart TV and the B-Cast: For the record, I find the sight of Big Green shills stomping on the free speech of an independent whistleblower – yes, that was fun to write; thanks for asking – to be just a sign that they themselves know that they’re having problems pushing their agenda these days. When | Read More »
With a rousing cry of ‘Terra vult,’ no doubt*.
Mark Steyn, with a little of the class warfare, particularly as it applies to global warming aristos. Or should that be theocrats? I’m not really an expert in research theology. One assumes Gar Smith is sincere in his fetishization of bucolic African poverty, with its vibrantly rampant disease and charmingly unspoilt life expectancy in the mid-forties. But when a hereditary prince starts attacking capitalism and | Read More »
“In 1972, Chicken Little wore a parka.”
That’s the quote of the day, and it comes from McQ of Q&O as part of his post on 1972′s Thing That Was Going To Kill Us All: The Coming Ice Age! As they review the bizarre and unpredictable weather pattern of the past several years, a growing number of scientists are beginning to suspect that many seemingly contradictory meteorological fluctuations are actually part of | Read More »
Al Gore’s notorious Bearkiller cult has a new acolyte!
As all people know, the ecocidal crusade that Al ‘Cubslayer’ Gore has waged against the helpless polar bear has been going on for years, now. “When the Cubslayer came, my mother curled herself around me and told me to be a good, quiet cub for as long as I could. Then there was a bang, and I could hear laughter, and now it’s cold and | Read More »
Al Gore makes a lot of money off of global warming.
A lot of money. As in, his net worth has increased fifty-fold, and that’s not a typo. Gateway Pundit revisits some commentary by Pro Patria about Al Gore’s relationship with Big Green (a good name, that): So just what has Al Gore gained from his Big Green escapades? According to public disclosure information, Gore was worth somewhere between $1 million and $2 million in 2000. | Read More »
Al ‘Bear’s Gore-Spiller’ spurns Earth Hour.
Via Hot Air, I see that notorious, bloodthirsty polar bear-murderer Al Gore is up to his usual environmental violations – take that any way you like – in the pursuit of his destructive lifestyle: Drew Johnson, president of the Tennessee Center for Policy Research —the same organization that also found Gore’s home consumes 20 times more electricity than the average household — told Yeas & | Read More »