Global Warming’s End and Kyoto’s?  Bringing Truth and Common Sense Back to Conservation and Ecology

I am firm believer that all conservatives as well as all Christians should be interested in stewardship of the Earth. My family is vegetarian, composting, granolas...but we are decidedly believers that Global Warming and Al Gore are the biggest load of tosh since...Y2K. Do I think we should be careful with our use of non-renewable fuels? You bet. Less pollution? A must. But Global Warming is bad science, bad research (couldn’t they ever afford with all those millions in grants to hire a statiscian), bad politics, and bad economics. Now the data is becoming impossible to ignore - temps have been stable to falling since 1998. We are basically at the stage of climate science as we were in understanding the human body when people thought bumps on your head could tell your future. What is worse is that we have failed to address real ecological issues why rich Westerners were busy trying to destroy world economies.

The good news is that it looks like the Son of Kyoto is essentially dead, or at least so sickly that we do not have to worry about global treaties impacting our economy and foreign policy.  Now if we can just get Obama to pass on “Cap and Trade”! 

Well, here are a few important articles for your persual.  We have to fight lies.  Lets tackle real ecology issues - clean water, clean air (in India and China since ours outside of LA is pretty good) and the like, and send Al Gore and his Big Lie to the scrape heap of history.

Posted by Christopher on 12/15 at 02:21 AM

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