Apr 23 18:34

Army TOP Priority they focua on

This is what the Army concentrates on.
It is strange if you think about it too long. How much things have changed in such a short time. How just the thinking has changed. Twenty-five years ago we were worried about nukes and WMDs in Iraq. We had a focus, but we were by and large at peace.

Now we are faced with a resurgent Russia pushing in several areas, ISIS, Afghan Terrorists, and a very unstable Middle East that seems ready to fall into despotism. And the strong military that was set to stand and did stand in our and our allies’ defense is slowly being dismantled.

While this occurs what does the Army say it needs to do? Concentrate on Climate Change.

Apr 23 12:17

In Honor Of Earth Day Let's Bust The EPA

Just watch a couple minutes of this. You will not be disappointed.


Apr 23 10:09

Climate Scientists Laugh at Global Warming Hysteria

Apr 23 10:08

Climate Hustle Trailer #1

Apr 23 09:31

Weather Channel Founder Slams Global Warming: "The Theory Has Failed"

If Bill Nye had his way, Weather Channel founder John Coleman would be heading for jail. Having spent more than 60 years as a meteorologist, Coleman penned a pointed rebuke to "the science guy's" vehement faith in the 'science' of climate change, exclaiming that "science has taken a back seat at The UN... get politics out of the climate debate."

On this Earth Day 2016, there is a great deal of frenzy about how our Earth is going to become uninhabitable, as the civilized activities of man allegedly trigger unstoppable global warming and climate change.

With the Obama administration set to commit the U.S. to the Paris climate agreement by signing our nation onto the document Friday, it is obvious that science has taken a back seat at the United Nations.

Apr 23 08:52

Feet of Hail on the Equator in Colombia and Ecuador

Apr 22 15:41

Weather Channel Founder Slams Global Warming: "The Theory Has Failed"

"As a skeptic of man-made global warming, I love our environment as much as anyone. I share the deepest commitment to protecting our planet for our children and grandchildren. However, I desperately want to get politics out of the climate debate. The Paris climate agreement is all about empowering the U.N. and has nothing to do with the climate."

Apr 22 15:02

Will the Paris Agreement Save the Earth?

Chris Williams says that most countries have no objection to signing the agreement because the bar is set so low and there are no legal ramifications for not implementing it

Apr 22 14:46

The Paris Agreement: An Assessment

Recent analysis indicates that the sensitivity of the climate to rising levels of carbon dioxide is lower than previously assumed. This is consistent with the finding that forecasts of warming by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have substantially over-estimated the likely extent of warming. If these new analyses of sensitivity are correct, average global temperatures might rise to less than 2°C above preindustrial levels without any restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions.

Regardless of whether the new analyses of climate sensitivity are correct or not, the voluntary commitments to reduce emissions made by governments in their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) would have little impact on the rate of warming.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Paris agreement isn't intended to affect the rate of warming (or cooling). It's just a scam to justify wealth redistribution; to make all nations' economies equally horrible so the borders can be dropped.

Apr 22 14:32

BEX ALERT - "Global Elite's Theater": Paris Deal Is Mere Starting Point for Climate Justice

Requiring, as it does, countries to set their own targets for reducing emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in an effort to keep global warming below 2°C, "The formal signing of the Paris Agreement could be the next nail in the coffin of the fossil fuel industry," said executive director May Boeve, "if governments actually follow through on their commitments."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The phrase "Climate Justice" signals that this is all about wealth redistribution among the world's people. Not the super-rich, of course, just YOU!

Apr 22 13:54

175 countries sign Paris climate accord

‘Today is an historic day,’ says Ban, as 175 countries sign Paris climate accord

22 April 2016 – As 175 world leaders signed the Paris Agreement at United Nations Headquarters today, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the next critical step is to ensure that the landmark accord for global action on climate change enters into force as soon as possible.

“Today is an historic day,” Mr. Ban told reporters at a press conference following the opening ceremony of the signing event. “This is by far the largest number of countries ever to sign an international agreement on a single day.”

According to the UN chief, the participation by so many countries and the attendance by so many world leaders leaves “no doubt” that the international community is determined to take climate action.>>>

Apr 22 12:32

‘But aren’t 97 per cent of climate scientists sure that humans are causing global warming?’

The crème de la crème comes with the work (if that is right term for it) of John Cook, occasionally aided by Stefan Lewandowsky. I’ve written about their ‘contribution’ to science more than once, as here, for example. In 2013 Cook et al and a team of volunteers looked at more than 12,000 abstracts, rated them according to whether or not they implicitly or explicitly endorsed the view that human activity had caused (wait for it) some of the warming, and again found the magic 97 per cent. See — it’s true! Surely those three separate ratings of 97 per cent have something going for them.

On the face of it, no. Unfortunately for Cook, Legates and others later in the same year published a rebuttal. They found that only 41 papers – 0.3% of all 11,944 abstracts or 1.0% of the 4,014 expressing an opinion, and not 97.1% – had been found to endorse the claim that human activity is causing most of the current warming.

Apr 22 10:07

Spring on hold for the next FORTNIGHT: Britain braced for snow until MAY

As thermometers nosedive this weekend experts warn it could be a long wait until the next warm spell.

Parts of the country are braced for snow in the coming days with flurries expected as far south as Kent and East Anglia.

Apr 22 10:07

Northern California mountains to get more snow

A late-season storm is expected to bring more snow to the southern Cascade range and the northern Sierra Nevada.

Apr 22 10:06

T-storms possible Friday as rain, snow move into NorCal

Some areas of the Valley could see up to a half-inch of precipitation, but the Sierra will likely get a good dose of fresh powder.

Apr 21 15:43

Carbon tax will cost Alberta families at least $1,000, Wildrose says

Alberta's NDP government is hiding the true effects of the carbon tax, which could cost families at least $1,000 more each year, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean said Monday.

Although low- and middle-income Albertans will receive rebates on the tax when it starts Jan. 1, 2017, Jean said they still will pay up to $700 extra.

Apr 21 15:42

Race to ratify the Paris climate deal starts at the UN

The first significant step to putting the Paris Climate Agreement into practice will take place on Friday.

Around 155 countries are expected to formally sign the deal at the UN, setting in motion events that could see the treaty operational within a year.

Apr 21 10:22

EPA Chief: 'Absolutely no reason' to measure the global temperature impact of our climate regs

Apr 21 09:54

6 Reasons Why Most Scientific Research is Fake, False or Fraudulent

How often do scientists smugly quote the latest research on a topic only later to be made the fool by insider revelations that published research in peer-reviewed journals is abjectly false? This happens so frequently now, that it has become clear: Science is broken, and most scientific research is fraudulent.

It isn’t broken like a bike needing a new tire, or even an outdated paradigm that has reached its tipping point, as in the time of the renaissance. Modern science is broken for reasons that might shock you.

First, there’s a replication crisis. More and more studies simply cannot be replicated, so any false theories are not thrown out, but left floating as acceptable ‘fact’ in the hallowed scientific ethers, when they are nothing more than studies paid for and promoted by the companies who have a marked interest in proving their personal hypothesis.

Apr 20 15:18

Bill Nye 'The Straw Man Guy'

So Bill Nye, the elementary “Science Guy” (we prefer the more accurate phrase “Science Lie”), is taking on Patriot Post contributor and veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi. Posing with a fabricated hard copy of a Post publication in his latest video, Nye responds directly to Bastardi’s November column, “Some Questions for Bill Nye Six Years After Our ‘O'Reilly Factor’ Debate.” Nye’s challenge? “Mr. Bastardi, I will bet you $10,000. I predict that the year 2016 will be among the top ten hottest years ever recorded. … I’ll take it up a notch. I’ll bet you another $10,000 that the decade 2010-2020 will prove to be the hottest decade ever recorded.”

Bastardi has been quite public about forecasting a warm 2016 since last year. Nye is apparently unaware of this, so he resorted to a straw man. Why would Joe bet against his own forecast?

Apr 20 11:39

The 50 to 1 Project

What is the TRUE cost of climate change? Is stopping it early really the cheapest plan in the long run? 50 to 1 explores the costs of stopping climate change vs adapting to it as and if it's required, and uncovers a simple truth; it's 50 times more expensive to try and STOP climate change than it is to simply ADAPT to it as and if required.

Apr 20 09:31

Heat wave? It’s snowing in Spiti!

Apr 20 09:31

Su-34 jets strike huge ice-jam in northwest Russia to prevent flooding

After recently coming into the global spotlight while bombing terrorists in Syria, Russia’s cutting-edge Sukhoi Su-34 jet has been deployed for a more peaceful mission at home: bombing a river ice-jam threatening the country’s north with massive flooding.

Apr 20 07:48

Manufacturing consent in science: the diabolical twist

In the famous 1988 Noam Chomsky and Edward Herman book, Manufacturing Consent, the authors explore how media distort the news and employ propaganda, in order to bring about consent/consensus in the population.

This is nothing less than the creation of reality.

I want to extend that concept here, particularly as it applies to science.

From so many directions, official science is shaping our future—that’s why it’s vital to understand the manipulations involved.

Apr 20 07:45

Major storm wreaks havoc across US, life-threating flood ongoing in Houston

A major storm has ravaged parts of the US in the period between April 15 and 17, 2016. Heavy snowfall and flash floods wreaked havoc across the affected areas, causing large traffic disruptions, power outages and evacuations.

Apr 19 18:25

Good Samaritans Save Trucker From Houston Flood After Police, Govt Rescue Crews Nowhere To Be Found

News reports which aired this dramatic footage as the rescue took place live said that the people called police and fire departments when they saw the man in trouble, but no one showed up. So the bystanders rescued him themselves.

Apr 19 11:31

Conifer ranch sees more than 50 inches of snow

On the outskirts of Conifer, hard days on the ranch just got tougher.

Snow over the weekend dropped between four feet and about one port-a-potty of snow on Brittnee Woodward’s property, Old Glory Ranch.

"I've lived up here for about five years and this is definitely the biggest snow I've ever seen up here," she said.

Apr 19 11:31

Lingering rain, snow showers falling in Denver metro area

The strong snowstorm that spent the weekend in the region is slow to completely leave. A few snow showers will fall early Tuesday, especially south and east of Denver.

Apr 19 10:41

Bolaris' Weather Watch: Winter Storm Vexo ... Are you kidding me?

Did you know that there are 34 locations in the Rockies and High Plains where April is the snowiest month of the season? Not January, not February, not March — but April! Breckenridge, Colorado, averages 26.5 inches; Casper, Wyoming, 11.6 inches; and Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, 11.3 inches of snow for the month of April.

Apr 19 10:41

Copper Mountain Extends Season After Snowstorm

Copper Mountain planned on closing Sunday, but has now pushed that date back a week thanks to the new snow.

Apr 19 10:38

Denver International Airport back on track after snowstorm

Denver International Airport has returned to its normal flight schedule Sunday, a day after about 850 flights were cancelled because of the spring snowstorm.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is how the page at the Boston Herald appeared to me when I posted this story.

Note the warmista propaganda right above the headline!

Apr 19 10:35

Late-season storm brings less than 3 inches of snow to Longmont

Winter storm warning extended to 10 a.m. today

Apr 19 08:10

Climate-change believers resort to McCarthyism

When history discredited "global cooling" it morphed to "global warming," then "climate change," then "climate emergency," then "extreme weather" in attempts to salvage a failing theory.

Now the theory is increasingly being protected not by scientific merit, but by a wave of McCarthyism not seen since the early 1950s, when the lives of many innocent people were ruined in the hunt for Communists. Instruments of government power are now used to suppress free speech of anyone who disagrees with the manmade global warming theory.

Apr 18 07:54

Winter Storm Vexo, Major April Snowstorm, Pounds the Rockies, High Plains

Winter Storm Vexo will continue to dump more snow on the Rockies and High Plains into Monday.

Apr 18 07:54

Storm dumps 18.3 inches of snow on Boulder, up to 40 inches in foothills

Cool, unsettled weather is expected to linger Monday and Tuesday, with a possibility of more rain and snow from the late-season storm that moved into Boulder County on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.

Apr 18 07:54

April blizzard drops 4 inches of snow on Denver, cancels annual 420 Rally

Denver’s annual 420 Rally, billed on its website as the largest 420 celebration in the world (despite taking place on April 16), was jut one of many casualties of an April blizzard that dropped about four inches of snow on the city. That may not seem like a lot but it was enough to shut down the city’s airport and cancel the plans of thousands of Denverites to sit outside and smoke weed all day.

Apr 18 07:35

The CULT of 'Scientism' explained: How scientific claims behind cancer, vaccines, psychiatric drugs and GMOs are nothing more than corporate-funded science FRAUD

Sadly, what often passes for "science" today in the world of health is little more than "Scientism" -- a dangerous cult founded on irrational dogma and faith-based beliefs in faulty, fraudulent ideas being paraded as science.

A common trait that weaves its way through every topic of "Scientism" is corporate profits. Any time something is being pushed with aggressive demands of "SCIENCE!" that also happens to enrich wealthy corporations, it's probably based on fraud, not real science.

Perpetrators of fraudulent scientism include Paul Offit, Dr. David Gorski, Monsanto pal Bill Nye, discredited biotech shill and former writer Jon Entine and too many others to even name.

Apr 18 07:21

Sarah Palin Weirdly Attacks Bill Nye: 'As Much A Scientist As I Am'

“Bill Nye is as much a scientist as I am,” Palin said. “He’s a kids’ show actor, he’s not a scientist.”

(She made the remark after a brief clip was shown of Nye, in which he said, good-naturedly, that he hoped climate change deniers will be rejected by the American people.)

Palin bemoaned the fact that children are being taught to embrace the premise that humans are causing climate change. She added this is why “it’s so important for parents to be a greater influence than the schools.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is an historic moment. Sarah Palin is actually right about something!

Apr 17 13:16

Wyoming DOT: I-80 Completely Shut Down For 'White Out Conditions'

The State of Wyoming is informing all commercial trucks entering their port of entry on Interstate 80 eastbound that the entire interstate is shut down at Rock Springs due to whiteout conditions. Weather looked sunny and mild at the Utah/ Wyoming state line, but Rock Springs is 100 miles to the east. Evanston, WY, located at exit 3, is beginning to see light snowflakes. The DOT officer said that the I-80 has been closed since last night. So if you're expecting a package in the mail, don't be surprised if it's late. Happy spring in the age of 'global warming!' :-)

Apr 17 11:59

Wyoming DOT: I-80 Completely Shut Down For 'White Out Conditions'

The State of Wyoming is informing all commercial trucks entering their port of entry on Interstate 80 eastbound that the entire interstate s shut down at Rock Springs due to whiteout conditions. Weather looked sunny and mild at the Utah/ Wyoming state line, but Rock Springs is 100 miles to the east. Evanston, WY, located at exit 3, is beginning to see light snowflakes. The DOT officer said that the I-80 has been closed since last night. So if you're expecting a package in the mail, don't be surprised if it's late. Happy spring in the age of 'global warming!' :-)

Apr 16 12:27

Climate Change HOAX exposed by Geologist straight to the UK Govt

Geology Prof Ian Plimer explains why he believes there is no evidence to support the theory of human caused global warming.

Apr 16 09:23

Preparing for the spring storm

As the storm enters the Front Range, a spokesman for Xcel Energy told 9NEWS on Thursday that out-of-state utility crews are headed to Colorado to assist with storm efforts.

"We have already started calling other utilities from Colorado, Oklahoma and Kansas," Mark Stutz said. "We have mutual assistance programs with other utilities so if they're having problems with say tornados in Kansas or Oklahoma, Texas we will be willing to send crews to help them out with their restoration."

Stutz told 9NEWS the blizzard on March 23 caused Xcel to surpass a record in terms power outages.

"We lost service to about 290,000 customers that day," he said. "That's the highest one day total ever on our system in Colorado."

Apr 16 09:22

Storm closes northcentral schools, causes slide-offs

A strong, spring snowstorm that hit northeastern Montana early Friday nearly shut down normal daily activity from the Canadian border south to the Sun River Valley. Some parts of Teton County could measure nearly 10 inches of heavy wet snow on the ground, knocking down power lines and making the county roads nearly impassable.

Several people reported power outages beginning as early as 5:30 a.m.

Apr 15 12:54

Britain to be hit by SNOW this weekend as Arctic wind brings -10C big freeze

The far north could see up to two inches of snow tomorrow morning, triggering warnings for icy conditions on the roads.

The mercury will plummet to -10C in places, with Arctic windchill making it feel like -10C in other spots, forecasters have predicted.

Apr 15 12:53

Spring storm: Forecasters predict 14 inches in Denver, 4 feet in Colorado mountains

A strong storm that could dump four feet of snow in the mountains and 14 inches of snow in Denver will produce winter conditions across Colorado over the weekend.

Apr 15 12:53

Winter storm watch in effect this weekend

A winter storm watch is now in effect for Fort Collins and the Denver Metro Area from Friday night to Saturday night. The National Weather Service in Boulder predicts 8 to 14 inches of snow by Sunday morning and winds of 15 to 25 mph.

Apr 15 12:53

Update-Wet, heavy snow begins tonight for I-25 corridor!

The bad news is that it's going to snow... a lot. The good news (maybe) is that it's going to snow a lot over the weekend. So, at least most of you don't have to go to work? Not good news if you had any outdoor plans though.

Apr 15 09:04

BEX ALERT - Research shows — yet again — that there’s no scientific debate about climate change

It's a well-known and widely cited statistic: 97 percent of scientific experts agree that human-caused climate change is real. The consensus has been supported by numerous studies — and yet the idea that the statistic is made up, or wrong, is still a common position among climate doubters and a major tool used to foster public uncertainty about climate change.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Washington Post should at least wait until the snow (which is still falling out west as I type this) to melt before flinging this particular brand of manure around.

As long as the WP is regurgitating old lies, please tell us the one about how Saddam had nuclear weapons again' we just LOVE that one!

Now, setting aside the fact that the methodology by which that 97% claim was arrived at has been discredited, I would remind people that when Galileo was trying to demonstrate that the Earth orbited the sun, 97% of the scientists of his day would have disagreed with him. Obviously, that 97% was wrong.

There is a condemnation of this idea of consensus in Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People" that goes (I am paraphrasing) "The majority is not always right. Indeed the majority is usually wrong, because before the majority can be right, one man must be right, and while he stands alone in the truth the majority is wrong." See Galileo above.

More recently, Michael Crichton, in his book "State of Fear", commented "Science is not consensus and consensus is not science!"

Last year, National Geographic ran an article bemoaning that people do not trust science; that they are unwilling to accept as unquestionable truth anything said by a paid lackey in a white laboratory coat (the 21st Century version of a priest's robes) .

But there are reasons not to simply trust what a scientist says.

Alchemy, for one.

Phlogiston Chemistry, for another.

Prior to the 14th Century Astronomers thought the Earth was the center of the universe, because, well, that's what the church wanted, and spent hundreds of years of scientific research on the theory of Epicycles, trying to reconcile the Earth centered model with the observed motions of the planets. Epicycles hold the record for longest running scientific goof in history!

17th Century doctors thought rubbing chicken dung into your scalp would cure baldness! They also thought leeches sucked disease out of patients.

18th Century Geologists thought the Earth was 6000 years old, because, well, that's what the church wanted!vPrior to the 1950s, scientists thought proteins carried our heredity.

Until the 19th Century, doctors thought infection was caused by bad air, from which we get the term "Malaria."

Scientists claimed cigarettes were good for you up until the 1950s. They even had a machine to pump tobacco smoke into your anus; the origin of the phrase "blowing smoke up your a**!"

Until 2005, doctors thought ulcers were caused by stress.

National Geographic should not be questioning why people do not trust science after its own 1999 "Piltdown Chicken" scandal!

Science is not perfect. Science does make mistakes. The beauty of science is supposed to be that they admit it, not use the label of "science" like a modern religious icon to push agendas onto people! Anyone who says the "Science is settled" is not being scientific, they are being propagandistic!

Religious leaders say "trust us."

Politicians say "trust us."

The Washington Post says "trust us."

But science is not religion, politics, or mass media.

Science is reproducibility and independent verification of results, something notoriously lacking in the claims of human-caused global warming.

Back on March 20, 2000, the UK Independent, a newspaper (much like the Washington Post) ran the headline story "Snowfalls are now a thing of the past", describing how we would all have to describe or show pictures to our children of what it was like to have a white winter, because the CONSENSUS was that the warming world would make snow a rarity. The Earth has had several record-setting winters since then. Real scientists (meaning those who have not sold their integrity for generous research grants from the promoters of a carbon tax) would acknowledge that the real world did not match the predictions in those computer models, and would, as they say, go back to the drawing board.

Far form the claimed 97% consensus, virtually every climatologist not in the pay of the carbon tax people acknowledge that the dominant control over climate on Earth is th sun, which is entering a period of reduced activity; a repeat of the Maunder Minimum, and bringing with it, a repeat of the Little Ice Age that chilled the Earth from 1300 and 1870.

But global warming was never science. It is a political agenda, to push for a carbon tax and more control over our lives, and a little thing like reality should never be allowed to stand in the way of another grab for our wallets.

So it is that we have the Washington Post, ever faithful servant of the powers that be, and unrepentant over its telling about Saddam's nukes, continuing to spout the approved fairy tales while winter lingers and the scent of manure wafts through the air!

Apr 14 12:03

Snow returns to Sierra Thursday morning

During the overnight hours in the Sierra, 2 to 3 inches are expected to fall in Highway 50 and little more snow in Interstate 80.

Apr 14 12:02

More snow heading to Cheyenne this weekend

It may be hard to believe when it’s nearly 70 degrees outside, but some forecasters say up to 20 inches of snow could fall this weekend on the Capital City.

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Apr 14 12:01

Rain moves out; snow hangs around Thursday in Sierra

Showers are fading away in the Valley after soaking the region overnight, but snow is still falling Thursday in the Sierra.

Apr 14 12:01

Here We Snow Again

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for central Laramie County from late Friday night through Sunday afternoon.

The Cheyenne area could see 8 to 10 inches of snow, which combined with strong winds will make for dangerous travel conditions.

Apr 13 10:00

Watch Al Gore Read His Global Warming Poem On CNN

He's a horrible poet, to put it mildly.


Apr 13 09:46

BEX ALERT - Sea-level rise factors unravelled

Global sea-level rise since the 1970s has been predominantly driven by greenhouse gas emissions and not natural climate variability, a study suggests.

Apr 13 09:20

Hailstones up to 10.8 cm in diameter ravage Wylie, Texas

A severe hailstorm hit parts of Texas Monday night, April 11, 2016, causing extensive damage to homes and cars.

Apr 13 09:19

Late-week rain, mountain snow to ramp up across northwestern US

The northwestern United States will contend with rain and mountain snow as a potent storm pushes ashore late in the week.
"A robust system will slide into the northwestern United States on Thursday, spreading valley rain and mountain snow across the region," AccuWeather Meteorologist Brandon Zapolski said.

Apr 13 09:19

Models predict huge snow or rain for Fort Collins

A weather model that predicted astronomical weekend snow and rain totals for Fort Collins caused a big stir on Monday and Tuesday, but meteorologists say the hubbub isn't totally unwarranted.

The model -- called the European Center for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF) forecast model -- on Saturday predicted as much as 5 inches of precipitation and a whopping 40 inches of snow for Fort Collins for the coming weekend, starting Friday and running through Sunday, according to a post on Lyons meteorologist Greg Berman's Weather Talk Facebook page.

Apr 13 09:18

Rescuers Dug Through 4 Feet of Snow to Reach Stranded Skiers

Helicopters charged with rescuing two skiers trapped on an Alaska glacier for days waited out whiteout conditions that one pilot said were like trying to fly inside a pingpong ball.

Apr 12 10:16

BEX ALERT - NASA: Global warming is now changing how Earth wobbles

Melting ice sheets — especially in Greenland — are changing the distribution of weight on Earth. And that has caused both the North Pole and the wobble, which is called polar motion, to change course, according to a study published Friday in the journal Science Advances.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"The world is going to shake itself apart unless you pay carbon taxes!!!!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Apr 12 09:50


The steady drip, drip, drip of information leaking out about the fraud involved with “Climate Change/Global Warming” is building a into reservoir of facts that totally debunk President Obama’s pet cause.

These truths cannot be contained any longer by the national media, left-wing academia, and the Democrat Party as people all over the world are now questioning the shoddy work, tampered-with data, and outright lying about the grand scam of “Climate Change/Global Warming.”

Apr 12 09:48

The new intolerance: Attorneys general try to shut down free speech

Last week more than a dozen attorneys general gathered in New York. You might think they were there to discuss how to combat crime, the heroin epidemic… maybe even terrorism. They weren’t. Instead they were conferring on how to use the law to punish scientists and researchers who question climate change orthodoxy.

That’s right—if your scientific research bucks the party line on global warming, you could face government-inspired lawsuits.

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Apr 12 09:34

April storm dumps heavy snow on Northern Ohio

Heavy snow blanketed parts of Northern Ohio early on April 9.

Apr 12 09:33

Good snow gives regional ski resorts a lift

The 2015-2016 ski season in East Idaho has been one of the best in years, according to area resorts.

Apr 12 09:33

April had more snow in Pittsburgh than December

Winter might have finally finished rearing its ugly head.

After 2.2 inches of snow fell Friday and Saturday, April is expected to be above average in temperature for the rest of the month, said Rihaan Gangat, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Moon Township. That took the April snowfall total to 3.1 inches -- higher than March and December’s totals combined.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Have you noticed this pattern where every report on snow always adds that temperatures are expected to be above average ... soon. Still pushing the human-caused global warming kool-aid!

Apr 12 09:31

More snow in April than December? That's the case in Northern Michigan

As each April day passed with more snow falling, it seemed to look more like December than April.

In northern Michigan, that was a fact, and the statistics back it up.

Apr 12 09:31

Cripple Creek snow extends visits

By Noon, the sun was shining in Cripple Creek, but a big snow storm hit the city hard on Sunday night and Monday morning.

On Bennett Avenue, where the bulk of the casinos in the city are located, the action was starting to pick up early Monday afternoon.

Earlier Monday morning some of the workers at the casinos were knocking the heavy, wet snow off of the awnings.

Meanwhile, drivers were brushing off the snow. Most of the cars had more than a half-foot on them.

Plow trucks were working hard as well, trying to clear the snow from the roads.

Apr 12 09:15

Deep-sixing another useless climate myth

To make this extreme assertion, Anderegg et al. compiled a database of 908 climate researchers who published frequently on climate topics, and identified those who had “signed statements strongly dissenting from the views” of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The 97–98% figure is achieved by counting those who had not signed such statements.

Silence, in Anderegg’s view, meant those scientists agreed with the extreme view that most warming was due to humans. However, nothing in their papers suggests that all those researchers believed humans had caused most of the planetary warming, or that it was dangerous.

Apr 12 02:14


In short, Clinton demonstrated a commonsensical, pre–Black Lives Matter understanding of criminal justice, and quickly had to backtrack. Presumably, he won’t be guilty of such an offense ever again.


(*Could explain the lingering cold , winter-like , weather conditions that are plaguing the nation .)

Apr 11 10:19

Snow, thunderstorms and rain in East Idaho's forecast

After a week of summer-like temperatures, East Idaho has snow in the forecast....

Apr 11 10:19

Snow creeps back into Beaver County

Snow struck Beaver County again Saturday, leaving light accumulation on the ground after flakes began to fall overnight Friday. But by Sunday most of the snow had melted, and temperatures were expect to climb back toward more spring-like levels throughout the week, reaching the mid-60s by Friday.

Apr 11 10:19

Gale warning issued for Lake Superior, and more snow for Upper Peninsula

Another round of snow and a gale warning are part of today's weather forecast for Michigan's Upper Peninsula and Lake Superior.

Apr 11 10:18

Saturday's snow makes the record book

Saturday was the snowiest April day in eight years - since 4.4 inches fell on April 7, 2007, a review of National Weather Service records shows.

Apr 11 10:17

Spring snow hits Pittsburgh

Apr 11 10:17

Say it ain't snow! April flurries cover metro Detroit

April snow showers bring May ...

Wait, snow showers?

Yep, and hopefully it's the last measurable ones of the season, but the National Weather Service folks aren't holding their breath.

Apr 11 09:01

The Buzz: Summer businesses debut in snow

When seasonal businesses begin to open, can summer be far behind?

Well, yes. It is Wisconsin.

Businesses open anyway with optimism that it will eventually stop snowing and warm up.

Apr 11 09:00

Sometimes it snows in April - and here are some photos from Kerry to prove it

Apr 09 11:08

Nearly 8 inches of snow covers Toledo

Snowmobiling is not an activity one usually associates with April.

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Apr 09 11:06

April Snow Dusting for Ohio, Northeast as Winter Clings On

Winter still isn't done, forecasters warned Saturday, with April snow showers set to dust the Ohio Valley and the Northeast after the Midwest got hit by a heavy storm.

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Apr 09 11:05

Cold, snow to make for wintry weekend in Midwest, East

Folks in the Midwest and East will endure cold weather this weekend that will make it feel more like winter than spring.

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Apr 09 11:03

Heavy April Snow Blankets the Great Lakes and Northeast; Over 6 Inches Already For Some in Michigan

The calendar may say April, but locally heavy snow is blanketing parts of the Great Lakes, Appalachians, and Mid-Atlantic States this weekend, eliciting groans from all but the most avid winter-weather fans.

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Apr 09 10:56

Chance of snow looms throughout the weekend: Cleveland Weather Forecast

Winter is coming – again – at least for this weekend, according to forecasters.

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Apr 09 10:55

Spring has unsprung with up to 3 inches of snow forecast through Saturday evening

Although it officially ended March 20, the winter of 2015-16 takes its last swipe at Western Pennsylvania this weekend with a coating of snow that is expected to turn green spaces white and make the roads a little risky.

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Apr 09 10:54

No joke ... it's snowing, up to 5 inches of springtime snow could arrive

It isn't a joke. It's snowing in the Lehigh Valley on this third weekend of spring. As of noon, snow had been falling steadily in the Lehigh Valley.

Apr 09 10:54

Freeze warning tonight, chance of snow

It may be April, but we have a freeze warning for tonight and a slight chance of snow.

Apr 09 10:53

Round 2 of snow hits Pittsburgh area

Most of Western Pennsylvania started Friday with a fresh coating of snow. This was "Round 1." "Round 2," arrived in the region Saturday morning.

Apr 09 10:39


It's been an unseasonably cold week across Chicago, and unfortunately, spring will remain on break over the weekend.

Scattered rain and snow showers will continue across the city and the suburbs on Friday as temperatures drop overnight. Saturday morning will be especially chilly.

Apr 09 10:39

Weather service warns snowstorm zeroing in on Akron

It looks like Akron may find itself knee deep in winter on the third weekend of spring.

Apr 09 10:38

Is that snow?!? It's cold for the White Sox home opener

Yes, it was snowing before the White Sox began their season home opener against the Cleveland Indians at U.S. Cellular Field.

And it could snow again as the game has begun. The radar shows patches of snow and rain throughout the Chicago area, and AccuWeather predicts it on and off throughout the evening.

Apr 09 10:38

Phoenixville Farmers Market To Continue Through Snow, Rain

It looks like Mother Nature is sending us one last bit of snow on Saturday, but the roads will only be wet and we are arranging the market setup to keep everyone dry under the bridge. You'll even be able to enjoy warm food from our food trucks or a cup of hot coffee from Artisan's sitting at our new cafe seating under the bridge. We're adding additional tables this week.

Apr 09 10:37

Cohasset memorial walk snowed under

A pair of back-to-back snowstorms on Sunday and Monday left Cohasset looking like a Christmas card, albeit about four months too late. Heavy wet snow and strong winds left 310 residents once again without electricity on Sunday.

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Apr 08 13:30

1-3 inches of snow headed for Detroit on Tigers opening day

Metro Detroiters will have to wait a little longer for spring this year, as snow and cooler temperatures are headed to the area through the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Beginning Friday afternoon, the metro area could see between 1-3 inches of snow, as well as a high in the 40s, said Deb Elliott, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. By Friday evening, as the snow keeps up, the weather will get even colder with lows in the mid-20s.

Apr 08 10:57

Climate-change models wrong on predicting rain, drought extremes: study

A newly released international study debunks climate models on global warming that forecast extreme rainfall and drought tied to temperature swings, casting doubt on disaster scenarios promoted by the climate-change movement.

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They sure blew it on that 'Snowfalls are now a thing of the past" claim they made in 2000!

Apr 08 10:44

Snow burst triggers wrecks on I-94

A burst of snow during Friday's morning rush hour triggered a number of crashes on I-94 eastbound near St. Michael, backing traffic up for miles.

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Apr 08 10:43

Snow, record cold set to invade Midwest, East

Temperatures across the Midwest and East will plummet Friday and into the weekend, bringing a chill to the air more typical of early February than early April for the second time in less than a week.

Adding insult to injury, April snow — not rain — showers will beset some places.

Apr 08 10:43

Several inches of snow coming to Detroit could start during Tigers home opener

Meteorologists expect several inches of snow in Southeast Michigan this weekend, and it might start to fall before the Tigers' last at-bat in Friday's home opener at Comerica Park.

"By the time the game's done, it might be 37 and snowing," said MLive meteorologist Mark Torregrossa.

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Apr 08 10:41

For the Birds: Wood Ducks brave the snow

By the time I got to Norwalk it was snowing. Yes, I know it's April, but the snow was falling at a good pace. As I approached Woods Pond my anticipation grew for the Wood Ducks. It would be fun to photograph the beautiful ducks with snow falling around them, I thought.

Apr 08 10:41

Flurries This Aftn., Snow Tomorrow

This is the infamous ice fountain up in Gaylord. Tuesday AM – Gaylord got down to 3 below zero. Tues. and Weds. the high temps. were in the mid 30s. Weds. morning Gaylord had 7? of snow on the ground and it was snowing there all day.

Apr 08 10:40

Storm knocks out power, fells trees in North Jersey

That storm activity did not disappoint, but brought thunder, lightning, rain, hail, snow and freezing temperatures early Sunday morning

Apr 08 10:12

BBC ordered to stop giving air time to climate alarmism skeptics

The fact that "climate change" used to be called "global warming" -- that is, after it was called "global cooling" in the mid-1970s -- should be indication enough that the climate alarmists are using every propaganda trick in the book to convince you that everything you do in the modern world from driving to work to turning on your lights to heating your home in the winter is contributing to the planet's demise.

Now, so desperate are the global masterminds to control the minds and attitudes of the masses regarding this subject that they have taken to censorship -- again -- in order to stifle any dissent. The latest example comes via the British Broadcasting Corporation.

According to Britain's The Telegraph, BBC journalists are being sent to courses in order to stop them from inviting "cranks" onto programs to air their "marginal views."

Apr 08 08:04

Tata Steel windfall from carbon emissions permits

Tata Steel made hundreds of millions of pounds selling carbon emissions permits given for free under a European Union emissions trading scheme, experts say.

The allegation is controversial because critics previously blamed EU climate policies for undermining the company.

Three separate experts said Tata was allocated more carbon allowances than it really needed.

Apr 07 12:19

Late-season snow on the way for Pittsburgh region

Get ready for several shots of colder air moving into the Pittsburgh area. These will also spread precipitation around the area for the next couple of days.

Apr 07 12:18

Another snowy start to the weekend predicted in Akron — up to 5 inches could fall

It looks like it will be another snowy Friday night in Akron.

Apr 07 12:18

Snow in the forecast for N.J. How much will we get?

It looks like Old Man Winter isn't finished with us yet.

Apr 07 12:17

Snow: Up to 3 inches forecast Saturday

"Certainly, accumulating snow would be on the rare side [for this time of year]," says AccuWeather meteorologist Tom Kines.

Apr 07 11:55

Area could see snow accumulation Friday afternoon

- A few of inches of snow is expected in the greater Lansing area on Friday as colder than usual temperatures are expected to continue for at least another week, the National Weather Service said.

Apr 06 18:29

B.C. ski resorts sidestep El Nino knockout, celebrate remarkable seasons

Predictions of slushy, El Nino-dampened ski seasons were snowed under across British Columbia this winter as many resorts celebrated one of their most successful years.

Apr 06 18:28

Spring snow negatively impacts high school sports

There was no running on the baseball and lacrosse fields at Cranston Stadium Tuesday.

Snow from Sunday and Monday covered every inch of grass and turf, as well as resulted in the cancelation of games and practices.

"(It's) very frustrating," said Brittney Rice, a softball player at Cranston High School East. "It's spring and it's snowing"

All the snow is making Vincent Varrecchione's job as the director of athletics for Cranston Public Schools very difficult.

Apr 06 18:28

It’s snowing again, briefly, in Durham Region

A weather update from the Government of Canada as of 11 a.m. has snowfall ending around the noon hour, with cloudy skies persisting all day Wednesday, April 6.
There is a 60 per cent chance of rain showers or flurries, with rain starting late this afternoon for the drive home.

Between 2 to 4 cm of snow are expected, but won’t stick around as it’ll remain warm overnight and a high of 7 is predicted tomorrow.

Apr 06 14:31

Climate change might not be as bad as first thought: Projections for global drought and floods may be flawed, claim scientists

A changing climate may not necessarily lead to more floods and droughts according to Swedish researchers who have reconstructed weather patterns over the past 1,200 years.

Scientists used data collected from tree rings, marine sediments, ice cores and mineral deposits to examine the interaction between water and climate in the northern hemisphere over the centuries.

Using this to create a 'spatial reconstruction of hydroclimate variability', they found no evidence to support simulations that showed wet regions getting wetter and dry regions drier during the 20th century.

Apr 06 08:45

Winter, refusing to give into spring, brings more cold and snow

Snow will continue through the evening ending in the Boston area around 8 pm. The map below shows how much more snow will fall, starting from 5 p.m. Totals in Boston will be around 5 inches, at the high end of the predicted range. There will still be areas southwest of the city that will end up with over 6 inches. You can see this on the map from this morning.

Apr 06 08:45

Snow joke: April storm snarls traffic, frays tempers

Mother Nature pulled a late April Fools joke Monday: a spring snowstorm which blanketed the Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire with snow and sleet.

Apr 06 08:44

April snow, ice make for dicey commute throughout Pittsburgh

An unexpected blast of snow showers overnight and into the early morning hours caused numerous rush-hour accidents on slippery local roads and highways throughout the region.

Apr 06 06:15

Clinton Foundation received up to $3 mn from fossil fuel giants in 2008-09 – report

Hillary Clinton’s family foundation took millions of dollars from fossil fuel giants, according to a report, but this past week the Democratic presidential front-runner snapped at a Greenpeace activist, claiming to be “sick” of such allegations.

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Hillary knows the whole global warming issue is a scam.

Apr 05 08:17

When will it stop snowing in Massachusetts?

In what was unfortunately not an April Fool's Day joke, meteorologists said Friday that snow was expected Sunday into Monday in Massachusetts.

Snow has intermittently fallen throughout Monday across the state. School was canceled in numerous communities facing a thick blanket of powder on their roads.

When will the April snowfall end?

Apr 05 08:16

Winter-like Spring storm blankets Toronto and GTA in snow

Good morning and welcome to a "Canadian Spring." Make sure to give yourself extra time as you head out the door, that winter-like storm has left Toronto and the GTA buried under snow and the roads could be messy for your commute.

Apr 05 08:16

LOOK: It's snowing in Cleveland a few hours before Opening Day

At one point the snow was so bad Red Sox players walking to the ballpark had to be picked up ... by a former teammate:

Apr 04 12:14

April showers bring ... snow flurries?

Hey, Mother Nature.

Enough with the jokes, April Fool's Day is over.

Whether you love it or hate it, more springtime snow -- about an inch -- is on the way to metro Detroit this evening into Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service, who said the wintry conditions could create slick road conditions.

Apr 04 09:23

Spring snow belts Great Lakes, Northeast

Say it ain't so: Winter is just refusing to let go.

Heavy snow pasted parts of the Great Lakes and Northeast on Sunday into Monday, and whiteout conditions in New York state caused several accidents.

Apr 04 09:23

Spring Snow Expected to Blanket Northeast, Winds to Subside

Millions of Americans were under winter weather advisories Monday morning, bracing for a second batch of spring snow as crews worked to dig out from the weekend's deadly storm.

More than 9 inches of snow fell in Michigan while parts of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island saw up to 6 inches of snow on Sunday. Heavy winds battered swaths of the country.

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Apr 04 09:14

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Apr 04 07:38

Drivers advised to take extreme caution in snowy weather

Allegan County Sheriff is advising drivers to take extreme caution when driving in Allegan County because of weather conditions.

Apr 04 07:38

Another Snow Forecast, Freeze Warning in the Hudson Valley for Monday

After the snow and high winds of Saturday and Sunday, we are looking at yet another round of frozen participation.

Southern Westchester is under a Freezing Warning from 8 p.m. Sunday until 10 a.m. Monday, and Dutchess Ulster counties are under a Winter Weather Advisory from 2 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday.

Apr 04 07:37

Spring Snow

Snow amounts from the March 30 storm varied widely in the North Platte River Valley. One measurement at 5:30 p.m. in Torrington was 4.5 inches of snow. This after it had been melting and snowing for at least 12 hours.

Apr 04 07:37

Don’t look now but it’s snowing again

Many Bay State residents are waking up to a fast-moving snow storm today, with another on its way tomorrow — bringing potentially damaging wind gusts and near-record low temperatures, forecasters warn.

Today’s storm is expected to drop 1 to 3 inches of snow across much of the area before pulling away by lunchtime.

Apr 03 10:28

Cold week ahead; snow possible on Tigers home opener

The first full week of April will be cold and several days will have precipitation — including Opening Day for the Detroit Tigers on Friday, according to the National Weather Service.

While Sunday will see a high of about 40 degrees, there could be a half-inch to an inch of snow Sunday nightfor most of Metro Detroit. Those totals raise as one heads north; Saginaw and the Thumb area could see 4-6 inches of snow, Weather Service meteorologist Rachel Kulik said. The overnight low will be 28 degrees.

On Monday, the low pressure system that brought the snow will leave, headed for the northeast. A high pressure system from northern Canada will bring dry conditions but cold air Monday night into Tuesday.