• Andrew Bolt: Can Australia’s New PM End Liberals’ Civil War?

    • Date: 24/08/18
    • Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun

    Scott Morrison today became Australia’s seventh prime minister in 11 years, without asking voters or even giving a single interview to tell us why he should get the job. That alone will deepen public disgust with Australian politics, but for Morrison the first challenge is this — will his win end the civil war that’s […]

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  • If Trudeau’s Climate Policy Seems Absurd, That’s Because It’s Not Actually About Climate

    • Date: 21/08/18
    • Matthew Lau, Financial Post

    The fastest increases in prosperity and cleanliness in human history were supported by private industry, not corporate welfare and green subsidies. “Around the world, businesses, governments and experts agree that carbon pricing is the cheapest and most efficient way to cut carbon pollution,” recently tweeted Catherine McKenna, Canada’s environment and climate change minister. If what […]

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  • Will Climate Change Make You Neck Yourself?

    • Date: 17/08/18
    • Arthur Chrenkoff, Spectator Australia

    To go with all the forecasts of floods, fires, pestilence and plague from climate catastrophists we have a new warning of doom. Climate change will make you neck yourself. Or so says one of the latest studies: Global warming doesn’t just hurt the planet’s health — it harms people’s too. An alarming new study from Stanford […]

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  • Climate Wars 2.0 Threatening To Engulf Australia’s Green Prime Minister

    • Date: 15/08/18
    • Dennis Shanahan, The Australian

    Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership authority is again under threat from the Coalition’s never-ending energy and climate wars. A backbench revolt over carbon emissions policy has the potential to grow into a leadership crisis for the Prime Minister if he can’t placate the coal-fired energy rebels or strand them by doing a deal with Bill Shorten. As it […]

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  • Breaking the Climate Spell

    • Date: 13/08/18
    • Rupert Darwall, The Weekly Standard

    Getting out of the Paris Agreement was just the first step on the road to a realist global energy policy. Thirteen years ago, a Republican president who had pulled the United States out of an onerous climate treaty faced isolation at the annual gathering of Western leaders. “Tony Blair is contemplating an unprecedented rift with […]

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  • A Decidedly Sarcastic Open Letter To @YouTube

    • Date: 12/08/18
    • Tom Peer, Watts Up With That?

    Dear YouTube, May I first say how pleased I am that climate misinformation videos on your platform will now carry informative links to official data sources correcting the lack of understanding and conspiracist ideation among the less scientifically educated of your viewers. It’s difficult to know exactly where to start re-educating the sort of people […]

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  • Global Warming Could Actually Be Good For The UK (Yes, Seriously, And For Russia Too)

    • Date: 10/08/18
    • Mary Dejevsky, The Independent

    What I want to suggest is that, from a purely UK perspective, as well as for others in cooler climes, a warming of the atmosphere might not be such a bad thing. We’ve been having a dreadful summer, haven’t we? What with the wildfires in Saddleworth Moor and Epping Forest, the on-off hosepipe ban in the northwest of England, […]

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  • This Silly Season, Why Not Panic About Global Warming?

    • Date: 08/08/18
    • Andrew Montford, The Spectator

    This is the silly season, and there’s none quite as silly as an eco-warrior in the sunshine. It all started so well. When the BBC decided that the good weather had gone on long enough to make it newsworthy, they invited the Met Office’s Stephen Belcher on to Newsnight, no doubt hoping that he would fan […]

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