• Will Extreme Climate Obsession Kill U.S. Democrats’ Election Chances?

    • Date: 23/01/20
    • Rupert Darwall, The Hill

    In selling their party’s soul to the modern environmental movement, Democrats are putting much of their voter base up for grabs. Alone among Republicans four years ago, Trump saw the opportunity and seized it. Now he’s moving in for the kill. It is not hard to see why Democrats are desperate to use any means […]

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  • Captain America Socks it to the Doom-mongers

    • Date: 23/01/20
    • Kathy Gyngell, The Conservative Woman

    DONALD Trump is a phenomenon. We have always said so, that he’s awesome and that he’d withstand the Left’s political assassination attempts that predictably have culminated in the Democrats attempt to impeach him. How wrong the naysayers continue to get him. Even the Telegraph. In a tweet before the US President made his key note speech at the World Economic Forum in […]

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  • Davos Doom-Mongers Herald A New Dark Age For Climate Science

    • Date: 23/01/20
    • Sherelle Jacobs, The Daily Telegraph

    Western civilisation has ditched evidence-based rigour for adolescent hysteria  There is something sinister in the stiff mountain air at Davos this year. As ever, the spectacle is almost burlesque in its grotesqueness: the world’s elite has descended on the luxury ski resort in their private jets to discuss global warming over pan-seared Indonesian soy cutlets cooked by a celebrity […]

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  • Terrifying Our Children with Doom Mongering Propaganda on Climate Change is Nothing Less Than Abuse

    • Date: 22/01/20
    • Douglas Murray, The Mail on Sunday

    Have your children got eco-anxiety? How would you know if they had? According to a variety of psychologists and psychiatrists, talk of a ‘climate crisis’ has led to an upsurge in young people reporting feelings of anxiety, helplessness and guilt. The symptoms of this newly coined syndrome are real enough, according to the Royal College of […]

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  • Dominic Lawson: Boris Johnson, Flybe & Yellow Vests

    • Date: 19/01/20
    • Dominic Lawson, The Sunday Times

    Voters care about the environment but always revolt against carbon taxes For a minister in Boris Johnson’s administration, things are a little confusing. On the one hand, the guidance from No 10 is that nothing must be done to detract from Britain’s claim to “global leadership in the fight against climate change” ahead of the […]

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  • David Attenborough Is Making The Same Mistake As Greta Thunberg

    • Date: 17/01/20
    • Ross Clark, The Spectator

    David Attenborough has become a Greta of the third age. It wasn’t so long ago that Sir David Attenborough came across as a calm voice of reason. His much-admired documentaries touched on environmental issues but were not driven by them; they were not morality plays. But something seems to have got into Sir David. He […]

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  • Tim Newark: End Unfair Air Passenger Tax Under Brexit

    • Date: 15/01/20
    • Tim Newark, Daily Express

    If the Prime Minister wants to deliver on his pledge to improve transport connections between UK regions, he must waive this tax and encourage competitiveness. Air Passenger Duty (APD) has always been an unwelcome tax on hard-working people flying abroad on holiday, but now it is set to cost 2,300 UK jobs at Flybe. If […]

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  • Peter Ridd: Scientific Misconduct At James Cook University Confirms My Worst Fears

    • Date: 10/01/20
    • Dr Peter Ridd

    Seven scientists expose massive scientific incompetence –  or worse – at James Cook University The paper by Timothy Clark, Graham Raby, Dominique Roche, Sandra Binning, Ben Speers-Roesch, Frederik Jutfelt and Josefin Sundin (Clark et al., 2020) is a magnificent example of a comprehensive and very brave scientific replication study. The 7 scientists repeated experiments documented […]

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