• Garth Paltridge: Climate’s Uncertainty Principle

    • Date: 07/04/19
    • Garth Paltridge, Quadrant

    The bottom line of politically correct thought on climate alarm is so full of holes that it brings the overall sanity of mankind into question. That is, we need to put a dollar number to the cost of doing something now, a dollar number to the benefit thus obtained by the future generations, and a […]

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  • Return Of The Dark Ages: The Looming Danger for Dissident Professors

    • Date: 04/04/19
    • Samuel J. Abrams, Minding the Campus

    Dissenting from the powerful progressive currents on our nation’s campuses can be very dangerous. Those who challenge the orthodox norms find little support among faculty, students, and administrators and can be severely punished socially and professionally. As I wrote here last week, students know that asking certain questions or holding particular public views can result […]

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  • Christopher Booker: My Last Column After 60 Wonderful Years

    • Date: 31/03/19
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    Sadly, for health reasons, this is my last column for the Telegraph, marking an end to my links with the newspaper which, in various guises, dates back exactly 60 years. In 1959, when I was still at university, I was invited by John Warrack, the distinguished music critic of The Daily Telegraph, to review jazz records; and in […]

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  • Climate Science Needs A Critical Review By Skeptical Experts

    • Date: 29/03/19
    • Myron Ebell, The Los Angelese Times

    The review to be undertaken by the proposed President’s Commission on Climate Security is long overdue. WASHINGTON, Is global warming a looming catastrophe? President Donald Trump has often said he doesn’t think so even while his administration continues to release official reports warning that it is. The president will soon find out who is right […]

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  • Behind The Green New Deal: An Elite War On The Working Class

    • Date: 29/03/19
    • Rupert Darwall, New York Post

    The Green New Deal could well fracture the Democratic coalition, pitting billionaire funders and upper-middle-class green ­activists against blue-collar workers and ethnic minorities for whom well-paying jobs and cost of living come first. Tuesday’s 57-0 Senate vote against the Green New Deal, with 43 Democrats voting “present,” shows how Republicans can win on this nutty issue. But […]

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  • Joe Oliver: Climate Alarmists Are Keeping Poor People In The Dark — Literally

    • Date: 27/03/19
    • Joe Oliver, Financial Post

    It is impossible to elevate people in dire need to a decent standard of living without cheap electricity I recently returned from a Petroleum and Energy Summit in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (PNG), which put into stark relief the moral imperative of developing fossil fuels, especially for the poorest people in developing countries. By […]

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  • Why Did A Climate Sceptic Party Win The Dutch Elections?

    • Date: 23/03/19
    • Syp Wynia, DutchNews.nl:

    A first time participant in the provincial elections and newcomer to the senate becomes the biggest party in the land in one fell swoop. It’s not something the Netherlands has ever experienced before, says columnist Syp Wynia. Forum voor Democratie, the party of Thierry Baudet, Henk Otten and Theo Hiddema, all of three years old, […]

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  • Marcel Crok: A Historic Victory For Holland’s Climate Sceptics Party

    • Date: 21/03/19
    • Marcel Crok, Science writer

    Forum for Democracy (FvD), the Dutch right-wing party led by Thierry Baudet, has gained a landslide victory in yesterday’s provincial elections in The Netherlands. Forum for Democracy became the biggest party by winning 13 seats in the Senate (out of a total of 75). For the first time since 1917 a new party – FvD […]

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