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Last week I posted Part I of a series where I laid out examples of activists, columnists, professors and journalists manipulating language to marginalize their opponents, stifle debate and push legislation.   Continuing on with that theme here are more examples.

TortureIf you watch Keith Olbermann on any given night, you would think the debate regarding torture and “Enhanced Interrogation Techniques” is a closed one.  (more…)

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My summary of the results from Copenhagen’s Climate Change Summit are more than a week late due to the Holiday Break, but to be honest with you, it really doesn’t matter.  For all the hoopla surrounding the fiasco, all the jockeying, pontificating and lugubrious debate had by global delegates for nearly two weeks, they finally agreed on one thing; we need to have more talks.  This brilliant idea is being billed as, “The Copenhagen Accords.”  What a joke.  (more…)

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A few times per week, around noon time we will post a few op-ed pieces from newspapers, mainstream websites, or elsewhere from the blogosphere:  (more…)

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This past Friday, Al Gore was speaking at a conference in Madison, Wisconsin to The Society of Environmental Journalists.  During this speech, Al Gore was to take questions from the audience regarding climate change and global warming.  Gore, who since 2000 has re-invented himself from politician to leading spokesman for the global warming crowd, has not taken questions regarding his cause in 4 years.  Journalist and film-maker Phelim McAleer looked to confront Gore on some inconsistencies in his 2006 film An Inconvenient Truth.  It should be noted that Mr. McAleer will be releasing a rebuttal to Gore’s documentary in the near future titled, Not Evil Just Wrong.  In the above video, you will notice that after attempting to ask his question, he has his mic cut while trying to submit a follow-up question to the former Vice President.  (more…)

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