Global warming lies

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This is proof positive that science has been corrupted by power-hungry, fraud-loving politicians.  This is no joke. The University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit (CRU) files have been hacked, and the director of the CRU Phil Jones has acknowledged that the files belong to them. They are proof positive that global warming research is fraudulent and has been corrupted by political motives.

Jones claims the files were obtained illegally as if that absolves
the content. It doesn’t and it is enough to destroy all their careers.
Jones gave a foretaste of his behavior in 2005. Warwick Hughes asked
for the data and method he used for his claim of a 0.6°C temperature
rise since the end of the nineteenth century. Jones responded,
“We
have 25 years or so invested in the work. Why should I make the data
available to you when your aim is to try and find something wrong with
it?”  He has stonewalled ever since. The main reason was because it
was used as a key argument in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change (IPCC) Reports to convince the world humans caused rapid warming
in the 20th century. The emails obtained are a frightening record of arrogance, and deception far beyond his 2005 effort.

Another glimpse into what the files and emails reveal was the report by Professor Deming. He wrote,
With publication of an article in Science (in 1995) I gained sufficient
credibility in the community of scientists working on climate change.
They thought I was one of them someone who would pervert science in the
service of social and political causes. So one of them let his guard
down. A major person working in the area of climate change and global
warming sent me an astonishing email that said. “We must get rid of the
Medieval Warm Period.”  The person in question was Jonathan
Overpeck and his even more revealing emails are part of those exposed
by the hacker. It is now very clear that Deming’s charge was precise.
They have perverted science in the service of social and political
causes.

Professor Wegman showed how this “community of scientists” published
together and peer reviewed each other’s work. I was always suspicious
about why peer review was such a big deal. Now all my suspicions are
confirmed. The emails reveal how they controlled the process, including
manipulating some of the major journals like
Science and Nature. We know the editor of the Journal of Climate, Andrew Weaver, was one of the “community”. They organized
lists of reviewers when required making sure they gave the editor only
favorable names. They threatened to isolate and marginalize one editor
who they believed was recalcitrant.

Total Control


These people controlled the global weather data used by the IPCC
through the joint Hadley and CRU and produced the HadCRUT data. They
controlled the IPCC, especially crucial chapters and especially
preparation of the Summary for PolicyMakers (SPM). Stephen Schneider
was a prime mover there from the earliest reports to the most
influential in 2001. They also had a left wing conduit to the New York
Times. The emails between Andy Revkin and the community are very
revealing and must place his journalistic integrity in serious
jeopardy. Of course the IPCC Reports and especially the SPM Reports are
the basis for Kyoto and the Copenhagen Accord, but now we know they are
based on completely falsified and manipulated data and science. It is
no longer a suspicion. Surely this is the death knell for the CRU, the
IPCC, Kyoto and Copenhagen and the Carbon Credits shell game.

All the files are here:


And I believe this is proof positive that this vast fraud that was perpetrated on the entire population of the world served to do two things: redistribute income and give politicians more authority over the lives of their citizens.

The scum in Congress passed the insane Cap and Trade bill.  Why?  For a purpose that was false and misleading, but one that, if passed, served to give them power and cost us a fortune.

The Washington Post covered the story here, but it doesn’t even begin to touch the vast fraud that was perpetrated on the world! And the title: 

In the trenches on climate change, hostility among foes

Stolen e-mails reveal venomous feelings toward skeptics

This is not just about hostility.  This is about the biggest lie to perpetuate political means I’ve ever run across!

As of this writing, I have found only 321 stories on Google News when I type in the keywords “global warming” and “fraud.”  I’d like to see more media outlets pick this up.  Will they?

Is anyone really surprised

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Eric Holder – the terrorist coddling, terrorist pardoning, race baiting, criminal pardoning (as long as they’re Obama supporters), Second Amendment hating Obama Administration Attorney General has testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee that his Justice Department has apparently been doing a stellar job protecting the American public from terrorism.

Protecting America against acts of terrorism is the highest priority of
the Department. The Department is constantly striving to improve its
ability to identify, penetrate, and dismantle terrorist plots as a
result of a series of structural reforms, the development of new
intelligence and law enforcement tools, and a new mindset that values
information sharing, communication and prevention.

Apparently, the Hasan case is a tremendous failure. What tools were needed to take a look at Hasan’s business cards, for instance? Why is comminicating with al Qaida not considered suspicious enough for an Army officer to be put under a microscope?

This wasn’t clue enough? The motherfucker gave out business cards that identified his twisted ass as a “SoA” (Soldier / Servant of Allah), he was in contact with terrorists, and actually gave a Powerpoint presentation explaining the “Koranic World View” and nothing was done about it.  We need more tools?  Is that code for “we need more taxpayer funding for worthless programs that we claim will help us track terrorists, but will, in fact, serve to mollify terrorist-loving organizations such as CAIR as we do our very best to never, ever profile Muslims?”

I am committed to continuing to build our capacity to deter, detect and
disrupt terrorist plots and to identify those who would seek to do us
harm; and I am committed to doing so consistent with the rule of law
and American values. We will continue to develop intelligence, identify
new and emerging threats, and use the full range of tools and
capabilities the Department possesses in its intelligence and law
enforcement components.

We had the tools already.  We had SCREAMING warning signs that Hasan was a terrorist piece of festering shit.  Neither you, nor your DOJ, nor your “tools” did anything to stop this shitbag. But NOW, you promise to do something about it?  What is it that you’re going to do, Mr. Holder?

Well, apparently one of Holder’s priorities is to repeal the Tiahrt Amendment and begin de facto gun registration in the United States. (h/t David Codrea)

Senator Schumer:

“There are restrictions on even
notification, so for instance the people in one end of the justice
system, the Joint Terrorism Task force, were not notified when Major
Hasan bought a gun.  That’s not talking about whether the law should
allow it or not, but clearly there should be notification.  Now the
Tiahrt amendment, the 24 background check requirement gets in the way
of that.  My question is: Will the Justice Department remove the
Tiahrt 24 hour background check destruction requirement from its 2011
budget to allow the FBI to keep records of guns purchased by subjects
of terrorist inquiries? I am just limiting it to that issue, like Major
Hasan.”

AG Holder:

“The position of the Administration is
that there should be a basis for law enforcement to share information
about gun purchases.  Fully respect the Second Amendment, fully respect
the Heller decision.  It does not seem to us that this is inconsistent
to allow law enforcement agencies to share that kind of information,
for that information to be retained and then to be shared by law
enforcement.”


Senator Schumer:

“I would encourage you to write that into the budget that you are going to bring to us.”

AG Holder:

“I believe it is.  But I will have to check.”

The Law Enforcement Alliance of America first made this revelation a couple of days ago. This was not surprising. Hasan never had a criminal record. His gun purchase was apparently perfectly legitimate. He was an Army officer. How, exactly, would have “information sharing” about Hasan having purchased a gun set of any alarm bells, when his business card, his public outpouring of affection for suicide bombers, his attempts at communication with al Qaida and his radical islamist views did not?  What, exactly, would have the repeal of the Tiahrt Amendment done?

How would establishing a de facto registration of those who legally purchase firearms in America have helped stop Hasan?

Given the administration more “tools?”

I think we have enough tools in this administration already, thanks.

The administration lied?

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Who would have thunk?


The government watchdog overseeing economic stimulus spending says the White House was too quick to take credit for saving or creating 640,000 jobs.

The White House trumpeted job figures released last month, saying they
proved the administration is on track to save or create 3.5 million
jobs by the end of next year.

But Earl Devaney,
whose agency collected and released the data, said Thursday there are
too many errors to know how many jobs have been created. Under
questioning on Capitol Hill, he agreed the White House should have acknowledged the doubt surrounding the numbers.

Where I come from…

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this is called a bribe.

What does it take to get a wavering senator to vote for health care reform?

Here’s a case study.

On page 432 of the Reid bill, there is a section increasing federal
Medicaid subsidies for “certain states recovering from a major
disaster.” 

The section spends two pages defining which “states” would qualify,
saying, among other things, that it would be states that “during the
preceding 7 fiscal years” have been declared a “major disaster area.” 

I am told the section applies to exactly one state:  Louisiana, the
home of moderate Democrat Mary Landrieu, who has been playing hard to
get on the health care bill.

In other words, the bill spends two pages describing would could be
written with a single world:  Louisiana.  (This may also help explain
why the bill is long.)

Senator Harry Reid, who drafted the bill, cannot pass it without the support of Louisiana’s Mary Landrieu.

How much does it cost?  According to the Congressional Budget Office: $100 million.

Where Reid and scumbag Democrats come from, this is just business as usual.

What’s called business as usual?

Forcing through a more than 2000 page bill that includes a bribe for a Senator without whom it can’t pass, imposes a 5 percent tax on those who make a choice to have cosmetic surgery (because obviously, anything that allows folks the freedom to make a choice must be taxed)  and imposes rules and regulations on the insurance industry that will eventually drive it out of business, eventually forcing those who can no longer get private insurance into a government controlled clusterfuck scheme.

And by the way, if you’re African American and you don’t support a corrupt government health care scheme, then you’re obviously not really black.  So says race-baiting assclown Jesse Jackson. Take THAT, black conservatives! You can’t be black unless you’re a Marxist shitbag!

I don’t know what’s more embarrassing

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If you’re a scumbag burglar, what would be more humiliating – being thwarted by a 91 year old brandishing a weapon, or being thwarted by a naked 91 year old brandishing a weapon?

He got more than he bargained for when he decided to mess with this
elderly man and his trusty rottweiler mix. Robert Thompson, 91, and his
5-year-old dog, Rett, tag-teamed a thug trying to break into their Lake
Worth home Friday night.

“I think the guy was scared to death,” Thompson said. “He was screaming.”

Thompson jumped out of bed, totally naked, and went to go check things out with Rett by his side.

“I started to let him out the door, and he was so anxious he got caught in the door,” he said.

According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, 26-year-old
Jose Pascual was the man on the porch. Rett pinned Pascual, but this
Purple Heart World War II veteran wanted back-up.

“I went in and got my cell phone and dialed 911 and got my gun,” he said.

Hmmmm…. on a side note, any bets on the immigration status of Jose Pascual? 

TSA changes rules

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Have I mentioned TSA is a bunch of moronic dillweeds?  If I haven’t lately, I’m mentioning this now.  I was reminded of this by two things:

1 – Superman’s account of my encounter with porcine TSA agent at BWI.

2 – This story here.

So there we were, standing in line, waiting on an anal probe to get through to our gate, so we could fly to New Orleans. As customary, I packed all of the larger, liquidy-type items into a Ziplock bag and tossed them into my baggage (for which I had to pay an extra $15 before we boarded, because airlines have to pad their profit line somehow). I ensured that shampoo, conditioner, body wash, facial toner, and even body spray to make me not smell like a monkey were tucked away in my baggage, lest the carry-on that contained my toiletry bag was ransacked. There wasn’t anything much in the toiletry bag.  Some make-up, a tooth brush, a hair brush and a small container of toothpaste that was only half full or so. I didn’t figure I’d have a problem.

I was wrong.

As I inched forward in line, the overweight, barely literate pig who was rummaging through my carry on, grabbed my toothpaste and  haughtily informed me that I needed to throw it away. 

What?

“You’re only allowed a three-ounce container, ma’am,” she lisped through her gold tooth. “This is a four-ounce container.” She then smugly handed me the little container of toothpaste, and pointed to the trash can.

WTF?

I didn’t want to cause a scene or tell this fat, minimum wage-deserving, overpaid twat what she can do with her four ounces. I simply turned around and tossed the little container of Colgate into the trash, muttering something to the effect of “Oh. My. Gawd.” under my breath.  But the porcine bitch just wouldn’t let it go!  “It’s for your security, ma’am!” she screeched at me in a condescending tone.

At that point, I’d had it. I walked right past her, and said, “I’ve spent time on active duty in the Army and was deployed with the Army National Guard, you fat, overpaid cunt. I think I understand the concept of national security.”  I’m not sure if she heard me, but I walked through without further incident.

Really. TSA spends a vast amount of time avoiding scrutiny of any male who looks swarthy and Middle-Eastern and happens to have an Arabic-sounding last name, but a small amount of toothpaste in the baggage of a person with a government ID is somehow a threat?  Wow.

To add a certain amount of pseudo-comedy to this particular circus, Superman explains, “I, being a special case by virtue ofmy leg, went through a different screening process with a differentscreener, and I was allowed to keep my tube of toothpaste, a fact whichonly added to Nicki’s outrage and sense of personal persecution.”  And by the way, his toothpaste tube was bigger than mine!

Morons, as he explains further.

Every time I have to deal with these clowns, I’m reminded of thatpriceless scene in the movie “Home Alone 2″, where the angry motherasks the hotel concierge (played masterfully by Tim Curry)what kind ofidiots they employ there, and Curry responds smugly: “The finest in NewYork!”

Curry should consider becoming a spokesman for TSA. He’s got it down perfectly.

Amen, brotha!

But now things have changed.  Things are different!  That’s right. TSA assclowns are no longer allowed to play crime fighters, and have been instructed to go back to being the overpaid, barely qualified, barely literate shitbags who confiscate passengers’ manicure scissors in the name of national security, as the second story explains.


An angry aide to Rep. Ron Paul, an iPhone and $4,700 in cash haveforced the Transportation Security Administration to quietly issue twonew rules telling its airport screeners they can only conduct searchesrelated to airplane safety.

In response, the American Civil Liberties Union is dropping itslawsuit on behalf of Steve Bierfeldt, the man who was detained in Marchand who recorded the confrontation on his iPhone as TSA and localpolice officers spent half an hour demanding answers as to why he wascarrying the money through Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.

The new rules, issued in September and October, tellofficers “screening may not be conducted to detect evidence of crimesunrelated to transportation security” and that large amounts of cashdon’t qualify as suspicious for purposes of safety.

“We had been hearing of so many reports of TSA screenersengaging in wide-ranging fishing expeditions for illegal activities,”said Ben Wizner, a staff lawyer for the ACLU, pointing to reports ofofficers scanning pill-bottle labels to see whether the passenger wasthe person who obtained the prescription as one example.

Yeah.  If TSA clowns want to play detective, they should go to detective school or something.

Don’t you feel safer now?

How about NO?

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Is NO good for you

You’ve got to give this shitbag credit for having large, brass balls the size of a small planet, but nonetheless… here’s a clue: if you’re convicted on on four criminal charges of being a corrupt piece of shit, you don’t deserve taxpayer money to compensate you for trial and court prep.

A former Stoughton police sergeant convicted of attempted extortion
in 2007 is seeking $113,000 in compensation from the town for overtime
and time spent in court.

David M. Cohen, who was released from prison on a stay of his
sentence last month, filed the request through his attorney, Brian E.
Simoneau.

In the letter dated Nov. 4, Cohen is seeking $113,000, which
includes 87 accrued vacation days, 125 unused sick days, 144 hours of
compensation time accrued for not using sick time, 152 hours of
supervisor comp time, 481 hours for court appearances related to his
criminal case, 280 hours of overtime to prepare for his case, at least
61 percent education incentive pay for 2007, and 61 percent for accrued
stipends and benefits.

The total bill “at minimum” is $113,496, Simoneau said.

Cohen, 43, was found guilty on four criminal charges in Norfolk
Superior Court stemming from his role in the 2002 arrest of a former
Stoughton businessman to collect a debt as a lawyer for a friend.

Worse yet, this cocksack’s police chief (former police chief now) was convicted of trying to cover up the matter.  Got to protect one of your own boys, eh, chief?  This bastion of law enforcement authority “slapped the town with a bill for $500,000 seeking payment for his criminal defense,” after being found guilty and sentenced to 1,000 hours of community service and three years of probation.

I’m truly convinced that such a violation of public trust in a position where you took an oath to protect and serve, as well as enforce the law, this particular police chief should have been locked up for a while, along with the fetid turd he tried to protect.

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