Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Next thing you know they'll be saying background checks will stop gun violence....

Oh wait they are all ready. These people will say anything to ram down our throats this left wing propaganda. There is no discernable climate warming going on caused by you driving to work. Same with background checks...criminals don't do background checks because they are criminals.

You can buy anything in the world without the government knowing about it. But if the gun confiscators know who has them it's only a matter of time before they get them from law abiding citizens. These people are terrified of us. We have enough firepower to take over several not so small countries let alone take out a dozen Gabrielle Giffords.

If youn really want o fight gun crimes take the nuts off the streets!

Climate change skeptics seize on reports showing temperatures leveling | Fox News

In recent weeks, Der Spiegel, the Telegraph and the Economist have reported the unexpected stabilizing of global surface temperatures. Even former NASA scientist and outspoken climate change activist James Hansen has acknowledged the 10-year lull.  Morano said: "In the peer-reviewed literature we're finding hundreds of factors influence global temperature, everything from ocean cycles to the tilt of the earth's axis to water vapor, methane, cloud feedback, volcanic dust, all of these factors are coming together. They're now realizing it wasn't the simple story we've been told of your SUV is creating a dangerously warm planet."  Many climate scientists and environmentalists agree with Morano's description of climate complexity, but reject his denials of global warming as a problem.  "This is a highly complex calculation to make in the first place. The short period of time, only 10 years in which the increasing temperature has leveled, really doesn't tell us very much other than the fact that temperatures may still be rising but just not as fast as they were before," said Elgie Holstein, the senior director for strategic planning at the Environmental Defense Fund and a former assistant secretary at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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