The News Media Now Reports All Weather as “Extreme”
By Alan Caruba
In a desperate effort to keep the global warming hoax alive even though it is now called “climate change”, the meteorologically challenged print and broadcast media is now declaring all weather “extreme” these days.The Media Research Institute recently analyzed broadcast network transcripts between July 1, 2004 and July 1, 2005, along with those between July 1, 2013 and July 1, 2014
What it discovered was the network coverage of “extreme weather” had increased nearly one thousand percent!As Sean Long reported, “during that time, extreme weather was frequently used by the networks to describe heat waves, droughts, tornadoes, hurricanes, and winter storms, and they often included the phrase in onscreen graphics or chyrons during weather stories.”
Little-known law allows abused immigrant children to stay in the U.S.CNN ^ | 6/28/2014 | CNNPosted on 6/29/2014, 8:19:06 AM by Dallas59CNN — He’s still a teenager, but Wilfredo Vasquez has already seen plenty in his life.His story begins in Anamoros, a city in southeastern El Salvador. At 16, alone, living in poverty, threatened by violent gangs in his neighborhood and practically abandoned by his parents, Vasquez decided to leave everything behind and migrate to the United States.”
By Judi McLeod Friday, May 9, 2014
This is the Barack Obama-style ‘Climate Disruption’ end game: In the end, all will swallow Obama’s GD line without complaint because those who don’t will be branded racists.
The beginning of Obama’s newly-named Climate Change takeover really began last January, when, standing in for Al Gore on convenient global warming lies,
By Jerry McConnell Monday, February 17, 2014
Senator Mike Lee is right. On Sunday, February 16, 2014, in an excerpted piece from “The Hill”, the freshman senator from Utah was quoted as saying Obama is creating a “government of one” by ignoring the United States Constitution.
You remember the United States Constitution – the foundation for all the laws enacted and in force in our beloved country – don’t you? Actually what I should have asked is if you ever really knew that all of our laws that have been established were the basis that is the reinforcement of the oaths of office to which all of our elected and appointed servants of the people have sworn their allegiance before accepting such offices.
Stossel: The Privileged People….. “”America is now like the place described in George Orwell’s book “Animal Farm”: “All animals are equal,” but some are “more equal than others. ~ “Animal Farm” was about Communism, but today the allegory applies to our bloated democracy, too.”
Stossel: The Privileged People
Townhall ^ | February 12, 2014 | John Stossel
Posted on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 12:41:02 AM by 2ndDivisionVet
Politicians say, “We’re all equal,” and pretend that they represent everyone. But, in fact, they constantly pick winners and losers. America is now like the place described in George Orwell’s book “Animal Farm“: “All animals are equal,” but some are “more equal than others.” “Animal Farm” was about Communism, but today the allegory applies to our bloated democracy, too.
vanity | 1-30-14 | Mamzelle
Posted on Thursday, January 30, 2014 8:23:59 AM by Mamzelle
I keep trying to find a good article to get this basic fact out but haven\’t found one, so shall write it myself.
Last week Mohammet was at Davos partying it up, safely away from the prying eyes of the press, while Atlanta was left without the transformational, historic mayor\’s great \”leadership\” coming up to the freeze that left the city crippled and in danger.
Oh, and in case you\’re worrying, Mohammet is now in favor of gay marriage. Whew. Those of you who had little kids freezing in a school bus along Hwy 85…breath a sigh of relief.
…..It is difficult to write a history of the United States politically prior to 1775. Other than the American Revolution, there were no national political events.
There were so many different colonies, and so many different issues, that the focus of the historian of necessity moves to issues of economics, social institutions, literary trends, political theory in general, marriage patterns, church planting, and basically nonpolitical issues. These are what conservatives regard, at least in theory, as the central issues of civilization.