Daily Archives: December 1, 2013

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Shock News : Glaciers Were Receding During Hansen’s Coldest Year Ever

The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal  Wednesday 28 September 1910 Except over a small area, it is generally understood, the glaciers of the world are retreating to the mountains. The glacier on Mount Sermiento in South America, which descended to … Continue reading

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If You Like Our Broken Website, You Can Keep Our Broken Website

White House Claims ‘Dramatic Progress’ on Health Site Administration Officials Acknowledged ‘More Work to Be Done’ White House Claims ‘Dramatic Progress’ on Health Site – WSJ.com Crack software experts are working on a way to retroactively make Obama’s repeated lies … Continue reading

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Obama Would Call Him A “Teabagger”

Ben Franklin was an original tea party member, which Obama refers to by the sexually perverse name of “teabaggers.” Ben Franklin warned us about Obama. He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else. Honesty is … Continue reading

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New York Needs To Ban High Capacity Trains

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Four people were killed and 63 injured when a Metro-North commuter train derailed Sunday morning in the Bronx, officials said. All of the train’s seven cars came off the curved track about 100 feet north of … Continue reading

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CO2 Affects Green’s Brains

Greens like Obama prefer fracking and wind farms to coal. If they had an ounce of brains in their head, they would realize that coal is far less environmentally destructive and much more localized, than either fracking or wind farms. … Continue reading

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1936 Shock News : The Hockey Stick Is Garbage

Between A.D. 450 and 1000, the weather was much warmer and drier than it is now. During that time the Northmen constantly invaded England. The North Sea was generally calm, and their voyages were easy. What is more, they rowed … Continue reading

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