Killer idenfied in the random violence in #Copenhagen that happened randomly
The man responsible for killing two people in Copenhagen has been identified by Danish media. Wait for it. Omar El-Hussein (no word if he’s related to our president). Via AFP: The man suspected of killing two people in shootings in Copenhagen was identified in several Danish media outlets on Sunday as Omar El-Hussein. Ekstra-Bladet, a Danish tabloid, reported that the 22-year-old was released from jail | Read More »
Climate change is a natural constant
It was about 13º Fahrenheit in Atlanta this morning at 8:00am, making it one of the coldest days in recent history. The cold snap has lasted over a week already seems unlikely to stop until Tuesday or Wednesday. While many conservative pundits have commented that this weather is “proof” that the Global Warming™ alarmists’ claims are false, the vast majority do it tongue-in-cheek. As the | Read More »
Amateur Barack Obama’s Speechifying Causes an International Incident
While Americans are fixated on the weekend blizzard and the health care debate, the rest of the world is fixated on the disastrous “climate change” talks in Copenhagen.More importantly, though world leaders could not agree on much of anything significant, they could all agree on one thing: Barack Obama screwed up a delicate situation and unintentionally sunk the deal.For a man who is supposed to | Read More »
Hillary’s 100 Billion Largesse To Third World Dictatorships – Your Dollars!!
Isn’t it wonderful? Mrs Clinton spending money we DON’T HAVE now, the way she wished she could have spent it during her husband’s presidency. Gives you that warm glow, like a bonfire at the State Department. That fuzzy feeling that all liberals know and love, when their ‘well intended’ programs create HAVOC that they don’t have to pay for, solve, or be held responsible for | Read More »
Remember $4.00 per Gallon Gasoline? Just Wait.
Despite Kyoto, despite Copenhagen, despite the New Green Economy and despite the Democratic Party, world oil demand is expected to increase by 0.8 to 1.5 million barrels a day in 2010, depending on the source of your forecast. That kind of increased demand could lead to a substantial increase in oil prices; when demand exceeds production capability by just a little bit, the price reaction | Read More »
Left waking up? World wanting “Candidate Obama” instead of President Obama
After nearly a year of proving he is not anything but the man behind the curtain mirage, the left is finally starting to wake up to the reality of Obama. Promising nearly everything to everyone on the campaign trail would eventually catch up with him. A followup story on Obama’s failed Hopenchangen visit the AFP reports: http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.b906163662d9b06fc3c89eb53b5da4fe.5d1&show_article=1 “Obama the president is, when it comes to | Read More »
Squaring The Circle In Copenhagen
The Ancients discovered, thousands of years ago, that it can’t be done mathematically. Barack Obama finds himself today learning that lesson all over again , vis a vis ending ‘climate change’ in Copenhagen. In his speech to the plenary he admits as much when he says: “while the reality of climate change is not in doubt, I have to be honest, as the world watches | Read More »
Arnold – Pelosi, Stay In Copenhagen… Please!!
And while you’re at it, do you think you could keep His Anointedness over there? After all, he is so, SO admired by the royalty of Europe. So the Demarxist juggernaut got stopped dead in its tracks by Senator Ben Nelson (I) Neb. as he resisted arm-twisting pressure to the tenth degree, including the naked threat by the always creepy and smarmy Rahm Emanuel to | 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 »
Gore Admits Copenhagen Defeat
In his speech in Copenhagen, Al Gore acknowledges there won’t be an agreement in Copenhagen, and suggests we focus on Mexico in 2010…BEFORE the US mid-term election cycle heats up: In an intense and sometimes emotional speech, former Vice President Al Gore called on the nations at the Copenhagen climate summit to speed up their negotiation process by five months. Since a binding agreement to | Read More »
Are Enviros Like Watermelons–Green on the Outside, Red on the Inside?
One week ago, on the same day 192 nations converged on the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, America’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) drove a stake into the ground, declaring carbon emissions its dominion and an “endangerment” to human health. The coordination of the EPA’s announcement with the opening of the conference was transparent as a political opportunity and it conveyed desperation, likely a | Read More »
The Unenviable Catholic Conservative
“Redistributive justice” has a clear ally in the Catholic Church. Those of us who oppose socialism are therefore placed in the unenviable position of contenting with Catholic doctrine. Pope Benedict attempted yesterday to convict “rich” industrialized nations to assume responsibility for the environmental affects of their citizen’s lifestyles. Summarizing the pope’s address, Reuters writes: “… technologically advanced societies must be prepared to encourage more sober | Read More »
The Cold, Hard Facts
Emails! Junk Science! Global Warming! Deniers! Warmists! Global Cooling! The Sky is Falling! We have all been told that Antarctica is warming at a tremendous rate. Well, one source of the “AGW” scam is the GHCN, the Global Historical Climate Network. And they measured the temperatures in the Antarctic for the last seventeen years at this place, Rothera Station. THIS ONE PLACE. FOR THE ENTIRE | Read More »
Schwarzenegger Lowers The Bar In Copenhagen
German Chancellor Merkel is ratcheting up the pressure on progress in Copenhagen, expressing concern that time is running out and no major agreements are yet in place. And now, the Pope has chimed in: Benedict called on advanced societies to adopt “more sober lifestyles,” reducing energy consumption and favoring energy-efficient policies. He encouraged research into ways to exploit solar energy, to manage forests and to | Read More »
Some Thoughts on Copenhagen and Climate Change
I’ve been reading up on the Copenhagen Conference lately and been listening to what the radio hosts have to say about it lately, and I came up with a few disturbing thoughts on these subjects that I’d like to share with you. First of all, I’m sure we all know that many 2nd world and 3rd world countries have already walked away from the table, | Read More »