Monthly Archives: March 2012

Queensland Election- funny stuff!

All through the night we kept hearing about possible disaster scenarios for Labor; 20 seats, 15 seats, a cricket team? No one predicted that they would retain only 7 or 8. This is a netball team, and with all of … Continue reading

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Intellectual cowardice of the environmentalists

Brendan O’Neill comments on the hysterical greenie obsession with uncovering the big oil links. The old world of rigorous debate about issues has been replaced by the modern insatiable search for “hidden agendas”. This can be seen most clearly in … Continue reading

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The One World Government

With an article in the Scientific American now advocating a world government as a means of staving off the climate crisis, it seems the conspiracy theorists, as the warmists like to dismiss them as, have been vindicated. For the record, … Continue reading

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No, Mr President

US President Barack Obama has hit out at critics of green energy, labelling them as “stuck in the past”. They dismiss wind power. They dismiss solar power. They make jokes about biofuels. They were against raising fuel standards. I guess … Continue reading

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Turnbull misrepresents Lindzen

Andrew Bolt writes in this morning’s Herald Sun about the treatment that a NSW farmer, Michael O’Brien, faced at the hands of our cultural elite on Q&A. Among these antagonists was Liberal MP Malcolm Turnbull, who was busy preaching his … Continue reading

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A High Court challenge to the carbon tax?

With three and a half months to go until the carbon tax arrives, the news that Clive Palmer is considering a High Court challenge to it is welcome news. MINING billionaire Clive Palmer has escalated his campaign againstĀ  theĀ  Gillard … Continue reading

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Government’s vested interests

Scientists on the government payroll or who receive public grants have a vested interest in the global warming scare, as it ensures the flow of money, so long as there is a problem that requires it. I’m not suggesting anything … Continue reading

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