Daily Archives: December 22, 2012

Ban Climate Models

The failure of global warming to materialize is killing people The first widespread snowstorm of the season crawled across the Midwest on Thursday, with whiteout conditions stranding holiday travelers and sending drivers sliding over slick roads — including into a … Continue reading

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Gun Control Will Stop Knife Attacks

On the same day as the Newtown shooting, a crazed man broke into a school building in central China, stabbing and slashing 23 pupils. State media barely reported on the attack. As U.S. debates gun laws after Sandy Hook, China … Continue reading

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Heavy Rainfall Events On The Decline New Jersey

Climate morons tell us that CO2 makes it rain harder, despite all evidence that it doesn’t. U.S. Historical Climatology Network

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Winter Travails Are Over

I spent last winter in Maryland suffering through endless sunny mild days. Climate alarmists constantly reminded us of the evils of this situation. This winter, global warming seems to have cleared up – and the east is about to get a huge … Continue reading

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You Can Never Have An Honest Discussion With The Left

Columbine perpetrators forced their way walked past non-existent armed guards at Columbine, and that proves that armed guards don’t work. Anti-gun campaigners were quick to point out on Friday that putting armed guards in schools has been tried – and has … Continue reading

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85 Years Since America’s Worst School Massacre

Crazy people don’t need a gun to hurt children. The Montreal Gazette – Google News Archive Search

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2000 : Clinton Wanted To Put Police In Schools After Columbine Shooting

After the Columbine shooting, Bill Clinton wanted to put police in schools – and it was good. Now that the NRA has proposed the same thing, the idea is evil. WASHINGTON — Marking the first anniversary of the shooting deaths … Continue reading

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