President Obama To Lie To Coast Guard Graduates Today

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So I am here today to say that climate change constitutes a serious threat to global security, an immediate risk to our national security, and, make no mistake, it will impact how our military defends our country. And so we need to act — and we need to act now.

In Speech, Obama Will Cast Climate Change As ‘Immediate Risk’ To U.S. Security : The Two-Way : NPR

Sea level at Norfolk was rising faster prior to 1950, than it has been since 1950. It has nothing to do with “climate change” – the land is subsiding. There is nothing anyone can do to stop land subsidence, but his energy policies are an actual threat to national security.

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28 Responses to President Obama To Lie To Coast Guard Graduates Today

  1. omanuel says:

    Unfortunately this once great nation is now resting on at least seven decades of lies carefully disguised as consensus science.

    Another leak in is now developing in the story:

  2. James Strom says:

    Sea level has been “rising” at Manhattan for several centuries, but somehow Manhattan has been expanding. Anthony has a striking GIF animation toward the end of this post.

    If a shoreline property is vital, it’s almost a trivial matter to protect it from increments in the sea level.

  3. Owen says:

    Obama knows he can say or do anything he wants because he knows no one is going to stop him or call him on it. He has no opposition whatsoever. The republicans are gutless and the media are his poodles. Obama is running a mafia state and he’s the Godfather. I can’t believe how far America has fallen in such a short time. And there is only worse to come.

    • darrylb says:

      As we know, many of us would, but as yet our voices would be muffled by the three M’s
      Media, Money, and maniacs.
      I do actually believe the pendulum will swing back, but as far as our current Commander—–
      I just cannot write it. —make that the current man in the Oval office it will be quite retrospect.
      Truth will prevail because a growing number of people will make it so
      Six years ago I sort of thought AGW might be happening, sort of an ice melting, polar bear
      declining image. But then my daughter, a definite right leaning environmentalist, whom I taught, challenged me. Ever since then my knowledge and emotional charge have been accelerating. —- and I am enticing the same in others.

      I do not recall seeing your name before on this blog. If you are new— Welcome!

      • Owen says:

        Hi Darrylb,

        I admire your optimism ! I wish I could be as optimistic. I think the truth will eventually come out as well but by then such severe damage will have been done to our democracies and our economic system, it will be too late to recover.

        I am Canadian. My country has swallowed the Global Warming propaganda hook, line and sinker. The governments up here are imposing uneconomic/ridiculous CO2 reduction plans and taxes that are driving us into poverty. My fellow citizens are so misinformed, brainwashed and just plain stupid, they don’t mind having their bank accounts looted to solve a problem ( Global warming) that doesn’t exist. I try to tell people the truth and all they do is either laugh or insult me. They don’t want somebody to upset their perfect little make believe world. Only when reality hits them smack in the face will they wake up. By then, I fear, it will be too late to correct the damage their ignorance and stupidity have caused.

        I have posted here for a few years. I don’t do it often. I don’t have much to provide but I enjoy having a place to vent once in awhile. Steve Goddard is a hero as far as I am concerned. Whenever I can I try to get people to check out this site, but I haven’t had much success.

        I hope I don’t sound too pessimistic, but man-o-man, Canadians haven’t given me much to be optimistic about lately.


        • Robert of Ottawa says:

          Hi Owen, I say a warmer Canada would be a good thing!

        • omanuel says:


          I share your concern about the damage that has been done to our democracies, but I am personally convinced a benevolent and conscious Mind directs the force that made and sustains every atom, life and world in the solar system.

          My opinion, based on measurements and observations, may also be consistent with religious teachings:

          “Solar energy,” Adv. Astronomy (submitted 1 Sept 2014) or

          “Solar Energy for teachers”

          Click to access Supplement.pdf

        • darrylb says:

          Back at you Owen.
          I am a retired Advanced Placement chem/physics teacher
          Over the years I help start very successful careers of a quite a few

          I was also a supervising teacher and mentor.
          So in my small world all that helps, and if I indicate something they will listen

          All of this gives me a big advantage (in my small world) also I am in an
          agricultural area and farmers tend to be skeptical by nature.
          My clash of course is with the local universities, the professors of which
          are remarkably uninformed and would often react to me in the manner in
          which you describe.

          However, I have a small advantage there when they are recruiting students for
          their science programs.

          I have, when faced with the situation you described, acted the devils fool and asked
          for their help in explaining things assuming they know nothing of my background. Giving a would be warmist all the praise and gradually introducing info to which I am asking there help.

          Just a thought. People believe things when they discover it for themselves.

        • Brian H says:

          Canadian federal policy is not warmist. Provincial governments are more confused.

  4. darrylb says:

    I have been waiting for Steve/Tony to write about the drenching rain falling
    on the professed drought challenged garden of K. Hayhoe in Lubbock.
    I have also been waiting for her to take a good luck in the mirror and accept that skewed emotional bias in the face of increasing observational facts contrary to her preaching is antithetical to the integrity of both scientists and Christians. Still waiting.

    • rah says:

      Hayhoe’s professed beliefs have nothing to do with facts. If 1,000,000 Texans drowned in a great flood and then all that water froze during mid summer, she would blame it on “climate change”.

  5. MikeW says:

    Since climate change and sea level rise are not actual problems, they are the only kinds of issues that Obama can address and not fail.

  6. Ben Vorlich says:

    Australian sea level changes
    Since nearly two-thirds of the world’s total oceanic area is in the southern hemisphere, Australia is best placed to monitor southern hemisphere trends and probably best represents the true Mean Sea Level globally. Also, the Australian coast adjoins the Indian, Pacific, and Southern Oceans, making its data indicative of sea levels in three oceans, not just one.

    The National Tidal Facility identified tide gauges in stations running anti-clockwise around Australia starting with Darwin.

    Eleven of the 27 stations recorded a sea level fall, while the mean rate of sea level rise for all the stations combined is only +0.3 mm/yr, with an average record length of 36.4 years. This is only one sixth of the IPCC figure. There was also no obvious geographical pattern of falls versus rises as both were distributed along all parts of the coast.

  7. An Inquirer says:

    “There is nothing anyone can do to stop land subsidence . . .”
    Just a tangential question of curiosity: If less water is withdrawn from ground water, would land subsidence be less — espically for some types of soils?

    • inMAGICn says:


      It varies with subsurface conditions which includes water pressure and the porosity/permeability of the aquifer. There are well-known cases where withdrawal has caused subsidence and even sinkholes, while elsewhere recharge, for example, can replace the water withdrawn and there is no subsidence. It just depends. (oh, and there is a long and very rigorous science behind understanding this and engineering techniques to cope.)

  8. John Smith says:

    climate change is the greatest national security threat?
    more than ISIS 70 miles from Baghdad?
    more than a nuclear armed Iran?
    more than border security?
    more than whatever the heck is going on in Pakistan?
    more than civil war in Libya and Syria?
    more than the hallowing out of the industrial base and the middle class?
    these people have lost their minds

  9. Ernest Bush says:

    He did, of course.

  10. Justa Joe says:

    Funny how “climate change” can selectively attack Norfolk Naval base. “Climate Change” must be a Democrat and hate the military.

  11. rah says:

    OT: Had a Pileated woodpecker on my seed block. He was really tearing it up. There is something very primitive, almost dinosaur like about these large woodpeckers. He was over 10″ long and his wingspan was at least 2′. I generally on see one around my house ever couple of years.

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