The Pathos of Al Gore
[In honor of Al Gore’s recent nervous breakdown, this piece I wrote on April 29, 2009 on Townhall blog seems to be appropriate. I thought I’d share it with you.] pathos 1 : an element in experience or in artistic representation evoking pity or compassion 2 : an emotion of sympathetic pity – Merriam-Webster Dictionary Following the tumultuous presidential election of 2000, Al Gore was | Read More »
Going Green, An Authorian’s Guide
There is an excellent commentary piece by in the StarTribune in the Sunday, June 6th 2010 edition of the StarTribune from Minneapolis. It is called “Going Green? Good Luck . . .” and it details the difficulties and problems associated with saving the planet from the benignly, yet evil actions of human beings. But, there are two especially interesting lessons to be gleaned from this | Read More »
Tags: "Cap and Trade"
, Paul Krugman
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 »
[Updated]….. Stranded coal carrier threatens Great Barrier Reef.
UPDATE…….. 11:29 am Australian time, Monday 5 April 2010. Stranded coal carrier threatens Great Barrier Reef. http://news.theage.com.au/breaking-news-world/stranded-coal-carrier-threatens-great-barrier-reef-20100405-rmbl.html Australian authorities were attempting to stabilise a stranded Chinese coal carrier which is threatening to break up on the Great Barrier Reef and spill more oil into the pristine waters. The Shen Neng 1 ran aground on Saturday when it hit a shoal off the eastern state of | Read More »
Gaia’s Messenger: “Democracy is killing the planet…”
More accurately, we’re all too stupid to prevent our descent into the fiery abyss, according to that cute old acid freak who brought the world knowledge of some chick named “Gaia:” “I don’t think we’re yet evolved to the point where we’re clever enough to handle a complex a situation as climate change,” said Lovelock in his first in-depth interview since the theft of the | Read More »
Graphic: Gaia Worshipers Undermine American Energy Sector
When will the left get its head out of the sand? Never, of course. I can hardly wait for 2010!
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 »