Monthly Archives: August 2011

Where can I find this button?

That would be fun.

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Things to do before I vote green

I’ve come to accept that one day in the future, I will vote for the Australian Greens. However, I will only do so after all of the following occur. I manage to fly without the aid of modern technology pigs … Continue reading

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Be Skeptical

Curiosity. It is the driving force that has been responsible for human development throughout history. A desire to learn about the world in which we live in has paved the way for important technological advancements. Humankind has come this far by asking questions. … Continue reading

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Al Gore: Denial=Racism

It’s a wonder why this man is still taken seriously, given his shocking attempts at deception in his movie and his blatant hypocrisy. However, he is viewed as a prophet by those in the AGW crowd, and people do listen to him. … Continue reading

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Climate Fool of the Week #8

Labor lost its way long ago, but this week we saw just how far they’ve strayed. In parliament, Anthony Albanese, in mocking the Convoy of No-confidence, insulted what was once their main support base, the workers who may lose their jobs … Continue reading

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Labor overly defensive on Thomson saga

We all know that Labor is desperate. They hold the slimmest of minorities and are having the roughest of times in the polls, mostly because of the carbon dioxide tax. This desperation is evident in their handling of the whole … Continue reading

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Efforts worthy of Respect

Few people get under my skin more than Jill Singer. Well, she’s at it again, doing what she does best. And that’s what this protest really had at its heart: the refusal to accept that the Coalition got voted out, … Continue reading

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They are beyond forgiveness

When Bob Brown calls anti-carbon tax protesters whingers, it is not surprising. It’s a shocking attack on ordinary Australians, but he isn’t alienating any greens voters. “But it has got the moaners’ brigade in town to moan about everything in general … Continue reading

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Democracy in Action

As the Convoy of No-confidence hit Canberra today, we have witnessed the righteous anger of thousands of Aussie battlers at the outright incompetence of this government and their lack of respect for those they serve. I’m reminded of another Aussie … Continue reading

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How to make a consensus

This is from Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder. While warmists would like to use this to suggest this is where the dissent is coming from, the fact is that the money supplied to climate science by government, dependant on a … Continue reading

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