Good People

I know the skeptics under attack – Marc Morano, Joe Bast, Roy Spencer, Willie Soon, etc.

These are really good people trying to do the right thing. They are under attack by the very scum of the earth, exactly because they do the right thing.

History has repeated this story over and over again. Easily manipulated useful idiots always fall in line behind the scumbags, because scumbags are willing to lie over and over again, and useful idiots are too foolish to know the difference.

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58 Responses to Good People

  1. Disillusioned says:

    Here, here!

  2. omanuel says:

    Yes, they are good people. They won the AGW debate – not because of political power – but because a benevolent Higher Power flipped the switch on solar cycle #24.

    • Barbara says:

      I totally agree and just hope to live through this depressing time, long enough to see the “good people” totally vindicated. Having always lived in very warm parts of our once thriving country, I don’t handle cold well; but I do believe that this solar cycle may freeze the Thames again and us as well. I have a home that can keep me warm (at a price!) but surely feel sorry for those less fortunate. It will be more and more difficult for the gullible and ignorant to ignore the actual weather!

      • omanuel says:

        I agree completely! That is why we must try to restore society’s contact with reality (truth, God).

      • Peter Yates says:

        Due to changes made to structures on the Thames river since the early 1800s, it is now unlikely to freeze completely, even if there is another ‘little ice age’. Before the 1800’s the river was wider and slower, and impeded by the Old London Bridge. The bridge was demolished in 1831/1832 and replaced with a new bridge with wider arches, allowing the tide to flow more freely; and the river was embanked in stages during the 19th century, all of which made the river less likely to freeze completely. .. Also, there are 45 locks on the river, each with one or more adjacent weirs. It is conceivable that the locks could be opened to *increase the flow if there was ever a risk of the river freezing. (Of course, ice is less likely to form on water that is flowing quite quickly.)

    • Dave says:

      They won the AGW debate? I think you are optimistic in the extreme. Most people believe in global warming these days and I would say its on an upswing while skepticism among the public is declining. After the skeptics are shut up AGW will become fact.

      • omanuel says:

        AGW skeptics won the debate, thanks to a little help from the Power that made solar sunspot activity in the current solar cycle #24 the lowest on record since accurate record keeping started in 1750!

        What a coincidence.

        For more information, see the links posted below:

      • rah says:

        No! No matter the result of the debate FACTS concerning the climate will be what mother nature does, not what politicians and their bought and paid for “scientists” declare it to be.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Actually If Mother Nature does what I think she will, CAGW is going to be a really hard sell as the east coast and the Midwest get hit again and again with winters like the last two.

          We are at what is supposed to be the peak of Solar cycle 24. Today, yesterday and the day before the sun was spotless. The F10.7 flux is running between 120 and 130 and declining. Cycle 25 is expected to be even weaker than cycle 24 so going forward we will probably see more meandering jets and polar vortexes just like the last couple of winters.

          Cycle 22, 23 and 24 F10.7 flux

          Jo-Nova’s Hubby, Dr Evans just recently developed a Notch-Delay Solar Theory that predicts a major drop in temperatures.

          From an Article in American thinker: A Cold Dawn Coming

          Also Joe Bastardi seems to think we are seeing the waning stages of the warm AMO.

          The latter stages of the warm AMO, when cooling starts in the North Atlantic, is when the warmest water is near the coast. This is not the cool AMO, rather it’s the transitional phase that is starting now. At the end of the warm AMO, the warmest water is near the east coast…..

          The end game, when water starts to cool in the north Atlantic (and ice increases as we are seeing) has the warmest water jammed near the east coast….

          So as the North Atlantic cools the water is less warm and therefore less melting Arctic sea ice. Of course it was a storm in 2007 that flushed the ice out of the Arctic basin that caused the major loss of Arctic ice.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Skeptics won the scientific debate. That is why ClimAstrologists refuse to debate skeptics in public. Lord Monckton creamed them in a debate at a UK University many years ago and that was the last of the open debates. Now they depend on name calling and saying they will not debate because the science is settled.

        However since the Banksters are salivating at the thought of a Carbon Market and J.P. Morgan owns most of the USA MSM, the Climate conartists will likely win the Propaganda war.

    • omanuel says:

      CHAOS and FEAR in AUG-SEPT 1945 frightened other Good People into

      1. Forming the UN in OCT 1945, and
      2. Forbidding public knowledge of the energy that had destroyed Hiroshima:

      Click to access CHAOS_and_FEAR.pdf

      Those Good People” may not have intended to isolate society from the reality (truth, God) of creation, but that is exactly what happened! or:

  3. gator69 says:

    The scumbags have all the money and power, so of course the sheep will follow. The only thing we have is integrity and truth, something sheep just do not get.

  4. Most of the useful idiots are not innocent followers. Most of them are scumbags themselves.

  5. Gail Combs says:

    Steve, I noted you got this. and my curiosity bump went to work.

    Hope says:
    March 7, 2015 at 2:31 am

    I love the replies here. Stellar. You have no ‘contact’ page .. so please do contact me at and we’ll set up that live Skype. Thanks.

    Blurbs from the search engines:
    PRODUCER. Hope Forpeace. Editor. Dan Anton. Dan Webmaster. John Feeney.

    Honest journalism, not molded by profit margins, is the only tool we have to address this breakdown. It’s the backbone of a strong democracy. To paraphrase Eisenhower, only Alert and Knowledgeable citizens can compel the proper meshing of the interests of American Corporations with the best …

    Looking at Hope Forpeace:

    OH, and this is a real goody. Seems Hope is connected to Weepy Bill.
    Hope Forpeace —

    About 350 bay area org.

    We are you — San Francisco Bay Area residents building a grassroots movement for deep CO2 emission reductions. Read our Mission and Vision Statements. Join our grassroots team. Contact us at

    The climate crisis is the biggest problem facing the world. Unchecked climate change means more natural disasters, more outbreaks of disease, more food shortages, and more sea level rise.

    We need to make large-scale changes. The climate crisis is so big that we can’t solve it with small, personal actions alone. We need to think bigger and bolder.

    Large-scale change means changing policy. We need laws that rewire the way the world produces and consumes energy so that clean power is cheap, dirty power is expensive, and people everywhere can live sustainable lives.

    Getting strong climate policy won’t be easy. It means fighting the wealthiest and most powerful group on the planet: the fossil fuel industry.

    We can win with a people-powered movement. We’ll never have as much money as the fossil fuel industry, so we need to overpower them with our numbers and our determination instead. From the Civil Rights movement to women’s suffrage, social movements have changed the course of history—so we’re building a movement of people to solve the biggest problem in the world.

    To preserve our planet, scientists tell us we must reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current level of 392 parts per million to below 350 ppm. But 350 is more than a number—it’s a symbol of where we need to head as a planet.

    Looks like you have ARRIVED! snicker.

  6. Don B says:

    The Good People have a big job ahead of them. The belief in devastating global warming is so entrenched, that many people simply repeat by rote rather than think. Examples of this are from the city council of Ft. Collins, Colorado, where the decision has been made to cut CO2 emissions by 80% by 2030. Some comments:

    “Implementing the plan would cost an estimated $600 million by 2020, although savings to the community, such as lower energy bills, could total about $300 million during the same time, Smith said. By 2050, the plan could result in billions of dollars in savings as well as better community health, she said.” [….]

    “Nearly two dozen community members spoke to council about the goals, with most in favor. Some residents said the city needs to take a leadership role in addressing climate change. Others said the devastating impacts of climate change are observable every day around the world.”

    • Dave says:

      One problem is that AGW is an easy thing to portray – a simple statement of the problem (CO2 gasses, now conveniently described as “carbon pollution”) combined with predictions of doom that hit people’s emotions. Skepticism, on the other hand, requires actually looking at the data. Its dry and hard for ordinary people to understand. So AGW gets the upper hand. Appealing to people’s emotions wins every time.

    • They could massively cut emissions by timing the traffic lights instead of making you stop at every single light on College Avenue.

      • rah says:

        Oh God please, lets not get into THAT! As the driver of a heavy vehicle that can seem to take forever to get rolling again after a stop I have years of pent up frustration I could vent on that very subject.

  7. NancyG says:

    Obama had to find the one person that is dumber than he is to be his VP. This way Barry looks smart by comparison.

    • NancyG says:

      Darn it, hit the wrong comments link. This goes in the article above.

    • Gail Combs says:

      It make Barry impeachment proof. That was the whole idea.

      I like the original plan. No parties. First place is president and second place is VP. That makes impeachment ATTRACTIVE and therefore keeps people more honest. No wonder that method had to be ditched.

      • gator69 says:

        That, and a repeal of the 17th Amendment.

        • repeal of the 17th Amendment

          Missed it by two!

        • gator69 says:

          The Fifteenth Amendment (Amendment XV) to the United States Constitution prohibits the federal and state governments from denying a citizen the right to vote based on that citizen’s “race, color, or previous condition of servitude.” It was ratified on February 3, 1870, as the third and last of the Reconstruction Amendments.

          The Nineteenth Amendment (Amendment XIX) to the United States Constitution prohibits any United States citizen from being denied the right to vote on the basis of sex. It was ratified on August 18, 1920. The Constitution allows the states to determine the qualifications of voters, subject to limitations imposed by later amendments. Until the 1910s, most states disenfranchised women. The amendment was the culmination of the women’s suffrage movement in the United States, which fought at both state and national levels to achieve the vote. It effectively overruled Minor v. Happersett, in which a unanimous Supreme Court ruled that the Fourteenth Amendment did not give women the right to vote.


        • Gail Combs says:

          …..A number of Republican politicians and conservative commentators are calling for repeal of the 17th Amendment. Ratified in 1913, it gave voters the power to elect U.S. senators directly.

          Before that, senators were generally selected by state legislatures. Returning that authority to the states would give them much more sway in Washington, restoring their role as a check on federal expansion, repeal supporters say…..

          The 17th Amendment, The Federal Reserve Act and The Sixteenth Amendment, allowing the Congress to levy an income tax, are what started the downhill slide of the USA in 1913.

          Time to kill all three.

        • gator69 says:

          It started before 1913, which is why we had the ‘Chautauqua Movement’ of the late 19th century. Education, religion, and arts were on a downward slide and this movement was the response.

          There is an original Chautauqua community about two miles from my property, with a bandstand where Sousa used to play, and the village has gone virtually unchanged to this day.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Gator, I know it started well before 1913. link

          1913 is the year they finally managed to take over the USA after years and years of trying. We were conquered by stealth in that year and never even knew it. The country has been enslaved ever since.

          What we are seeing now is the consolidation of the assets by our conquerers. The first thing of course is to get rid of the elderly. The do not buy consumer goods, they are smart, they have the leisure to figure out things and most of all they are a net drag on profits via pensions, Social Security and Medicare. As I have documented many times, the Fabian Socialists running the UK are doing a right good job of killing off their pensioners.

          …According to ICLEI, if you only have one car or no car your disposable income will be at least 20% higher. Does this mean that you will have 20% more money to spend? No. It means that corporations can lower your wages by 20% and still sell you the same number of goods. A compression of the economy with a more efficient outcome for big business. Concentrating populations into urban areas where they can be easily monitored, where their usage of energy can be regulated, and where their consumption of goods can be restricted, is a goal of UN Agenda 21. …

          Rosa Paints a nasty picture of the Agenda 21 future rushing towards us.

        • gator69 says:

          Hey Gail! That picture with the cattle cameras reminded me of an article I recently read about the police state of Singapore. The author described waiting rooms with up to eight cameras. Then I ran across this…

          “Singaporeans aren’t happy. If we had to bet we would’ve put our money on North Korea, but a recent Gallup poll insists that Singaporeans have the least positive emotions in the world. Based on calls and in-person interviews with 1,000 adults in 148 countries, Gallup researchers found that Singaporeans were the least likely to report positive emotions. They didn’t think they were treated with respect, didn’t report laughing or smiling, said they had trouble getting rest, and said they didn’t get much enjoyment out of their day”.

          This is exactly what the author (a fellow backpacker) said was his experience with Singaporeans. They seemed dead inside.

        • It’s a joke about women being allowed to vote ruining everything. For instance: no presidents with facial hair since then. Also, a rapist got two terms as president.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Gator, The Singaporeans know they are prisoners with no hope of anything better. At least if you are in jail for anything but murder you have the hope of freedom in the future.

          All the crud I have seen coming down the pike for the last 15-20 years has made it hard to get enthusiastic about the things I am doing. Why put a lot of effort and money into something when there is a good chance the government will regulated it and then confiscate everything you own on trumped up charges?

          Walter Jefferies about ten years ago had a Post for farmers. “Don’t let them steal your dreams” That was back when we were fighting National Animal ID. That was nothing compared to now. It has just gotten worse and worse.

          Walter’s site is now closed but Darrol’s is still up and running.

          And so is Gizelle’s

        • gator69 says:

          I’m not so sure the 19th Amendment ruined everything. For instance, after women were allowed to vote, we repealed the 18th amendment. Of course that may have been because of the 19th Amendment…

        • Gail Combs says:

          Hey, guys

          Who would you rather have voting. Me or David Appell.

        • gator69 says:

          Not worried about David, he wouldn’t be able to figure out the voting machine. I think his cat actually logs on his computer for him.

        • Gail Combs says:


  8. rah says:

    Now a pretty good argument could be for repeal of the the first section of the14th amendment. It has been the basis of much over reach by the Federal Government over the states in many ways.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Actually the overreach came when FDR threatened the Supreme Court to get a very very broad interpretation of the Commerce Clause.
      The Commerce Clause: Route to Omnipotent Government

      …At first, the clause was closely interpreted as referring to interference by the states with the flow of commerce. In 1824, Chief Justice John Marshall’s Court, in the first big case involving the commerce clause, Gibbons v. Ogden, struck down a New York law creating a steamship monopoly for traffic between New York and New Jersey. Marshall laid down the principle that for the national government to have jurisdiction, the issue must involve interstate commerce; i.e., it must involve the trafficking of goods (not manufacture) between two or more states….

      After President Roosevelt threatened to pack the Court to dilute the influence of the uncooperative “nine old men,” a majority of the justices took to the most expansive definition of the commerce clause like a drunk to drink. The Court blessed the secretary of agriculture’s power to set minimum prices for milk sold intrastate . “The marketing of intrastate milk,” wrote the Court in the 1942 Wrightwood Dairy case, “which competes with that shipped interstate would tend seriously to break down price regulation of the latter.” ….

      Enter Roscoe Filburn, an Ohio dairy and poultry farmer, who raised a small quantity of winter wheat — some to sell, some to feed his livestock, and some to consume. In 1940, under authority of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, the central government told Mr. Filburn that for the next year he would be limited to planting 11 acres of wheat and harvesting 20 bushels per acre. He harvested 12 acres over his allotment for consumption on his own property. When the government fined him, Mr. Filburn refused to pay.

      Wickard v. Filburn got to the Supreme Court….

      The Court’s opinion must be quoted to be believed:

      [The wheat] supplies a need of the man who grew it which would otherwise be reflected by purchases in the open market. Home-grown wheat in this sense competes with wheat in commerce.

      As Epstein commented, “Could anyone say with a straight face that the consumption of home-grown wheat is ‘commerce among the several states?’”…..

      After Wickard , everything is mere detail. The entire edifice of civil rights legislation stands on the commerce power. Under this maximum commerce power, the government has been free to regulate nearly everything,…

      I really really hate FDR. If I ever head up to the Boston area again to visit relatives, I might detour to Poughkeepsie NY to dance on the S.O.B.’s grave.

      • rah says:

        Gail Row V. Wade, busing, religious displays and monuments, the display of the 10 commandments on public property, all come back to the Federal court system and have been taken out of the hands of States by the 14th amendment. It has become a tool for the so called “secularists” for the denigration of the moral foundation this country was founded on.

        • Marbury vs. Madison. Yuck.

        • Gail Combs says:


          The USA was SUPPOSED to have trial by jury. This was the major check on idiotic legislation. However as usual it was trashed.

          The 6th and 11th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and Article 3 Section 2 give US citizens the right to a trial. As Joan Biskupic stated

          “Anyone accused of a crime in this country is entitled to a jury trial.”

          The Constitution may say so but, in fact, this is simply not the case — and becoming less so as politicians fiddle with legal definitions and sentencing standards in order specifically to reduce the number of persons entitled to a trial….

          ….As Thomas Jefferson put it to Tom Paine in a 1789 letter, “I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution.” ….

          How the politicians have gotten around the US Constitution to make sure citizens are denied their right to a trial. The method used is to overload the system with idiotic laws so there is no way to have a trial for every single person caught and charged with a ‘crime’. That allows an excuse to ‘streamline’ the system.

          …The Seventh Amendment, passed by the First Congress without debate, cured the omission by declaring that the right to a jury trial shall be preserved in common-law cases… The Supreme Court has, however, arrived at a more limited interpretation. It applies the amendment’s guarantee to the kinds of cases that “existed under the English common law when the amendment was adopted,” …

          The right to trial by jury is not constitutionally guaranteed in certain classes of civil cases that are concededly “suits at common law,” particularly when “public” or governmental rights are at issue and if one cannot find eighteenth-century precedent for jury participation in those cases. Atlas Roofing Co. v. Occupational Safety & Health Review Commission (1977). Thus, Congress can lodge personal and property claims against the United States in non-Article III courts with no jury component. In addition, where practice as it existed in 1791 “provides no clear answer,” the rule is that “[o]nly those incidents which are regarded as fundamental, as inherent in and of the essence of the system of trial by jury, are placed beyond the reach of the legislature.” Markman v. Westview Instruments (1996). In those situations, too, the Seventh Amendment does not restrain congressional choice.

          In contrast to the near-universal support for the civil jury trial in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, modern jurists consider civil jury trial neither “implicit in the concept of ordered liberty,” Palko v. State of Connecticut (1937), nor “fundamental to the American scheme of justice,” Duncan v. Louisiana (1968).

          So there went our last constraint on the Federal government. Without a trial by jury we lost our RIGHT to overrule idiotic laws and regulations.

  9. mogur2013 says:

    There’s a light, a light in the darkness of everybody’s life. When I get excommunicated for heresy, I hope that you will all consider that it is not Obama, it is not progressive insanity that you all hate, it is climatology truth. The truth that you want to deny. It is truth that smoking causes cancer. It is the truth that carbon emissions causes a rise in our global temperature. It is the truth that in spite of the phoney pictures from the moon, we actually landed there, and it is the truth that our current president was born in Hawaii.

    • Chewer says:

      Anita is that you?
      Simply because your savior and army have arrived, are not good reasons to give up on your prescribed medications.
      That constant lip licking gives your issue away!

    • AndyG55 says:

      1. Smoking does not always cause cancer. But it is a contributor, that seems to have been scientifically established.

      2. The contribution of CO2 to the tiny insignificant atmospheric warming we might have had, has NEVER been scientifically established.
      It is NOT a truth.
      It is an un-validate supposition… and all real unadjusted data suggests it is NOT a contributor.

      Maybe if you actually spent some time, first learning some basic science, then applying real scientific method to your unsubstantiated belief system, you would not be so utterly GULLIBLE !!

      • Barbara says:

        Well said , Andy. Many examples of people who have smoked all their lives and no cancer. I have some friends who have developed lung cancer yet no second hand smoke or particularly polluted environment. There seems to be some genetic predisposition for cancer,. Breast cancer, for one example. As has been said by others, CO2 is the elixir of life on our planet . There is nothing more terrifying than bad science or science with an agenda.

    • AndyG55 says:

      And yes, there is definitely a darkness in your life, a sort of grey empty mess.

      I would pity you if I could be bothered.

    • Chewer says:

      Egad man, if you realized the stimulus for a wide variety of cancerous tumor growth, you’d be running a different drill!
      The ELF (50 & 60 Hz) “E” and “H” fields that smack you daily are not in the best interest of your health and those with empirical knowledge have known that for more than 40 years.
      If your kind wanted to help man-kind, they’d demand that all three-phase ELF systems be buried (with 120 degree cancellation in grounded conduit), which would spark a real shovel ready job sequence and health benefit along with an end to perpetual welfare for all!

  10. edonthewayup says:

    Reblogged this on Edonurwayup's Blog and commented:
    Just good people.

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