Global Warming Alarmist ambushes Sen. Inhofe – can the alarmist withstand a congressional ambush on him?
Global Warming Alarmist ambushes Sen. Inhofe, however, “let he who is above reproach cast the first interrogation”. Enviro-activists have long made unsupported accusations against skeptic climate scientists. What happens when the tables are turned on the activists?
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Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) Endorses Fiorina in CA Senate
After last month endorsing Marco Rubio, Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma endorsed Carly Fiorina to take down Barbara Boxer. Inhofe and Boxer both serve on the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, which Boxer chairs. Inhofe is the ranking member on that committee. She succeeded Inhofe as Chairperson of the committee when the Democrats took control of the Senate in 2007. They don’t appear | Read More »
Keith Olbermann – Worst Person on the Left
Left wing MSNBC host Keith Olbermann used his hour long diatribe against the right, known as Countdown With Keith Olbermann, to attack Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma yesterday. Olbermann used his segment “World’s Worst” to attack Inhofe for implying that Carol Browner, Obama’s next Energy and Climate advisor, was a member of a group, the Center for American Progress (CAP), that supports the Fairness Doctrine. | Read More »
Drill for oil as act of civil disobediance
Originally published by Mike “gamecock” DeVine as Charlotte Law and Civil Rights Examiner for Examiner.com A conservative republican senator, James Inhofe of Oklahoma (right), wants to prevent a Republican President’s Secretary of the Treasury from spending $350 billion absent approval of a Democratic Party congressional majorities. Thomas Freidman, a liberal Obama-supporting columnist with the New York Times opposes Democrats in congress that want to come | Read More »
A Pause in the Jubilation: Is Inhofe In Trouble?
Andrew Rice has halved the 20-point lead that Senator Inhofe possessed a month ago. Not only that, but Inhofe’s approval and disapproval ratings are basically the same (46% to 47%); the only plus is that Rice lacks name recognition (52% in the last poll). Republicans don’t seem to think he is much of a threat despite the fact that former HRC staffers have joined his | Read More »