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The great carbon scam

From The Toronto Sun We pay to reduce our emissions, other nations hide theirs By Lorrie Goldstein, Toronto Sun First posted: Saturday, August 12, 2017 02:04 PM EDT | Updated: Saturday, August 12, 2017 02:06 PM EDT One thing you learn on the climate change beat is that the best journalism is done overseas. In… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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Trump To Repeal Obama Executive Order On Sea Level Rise

Energy From The Daily Caller Michael Bastasch President Donald Trump will rescind an Obama administration policy requiring government agencies to take into account global warming-induced flooding and sea level rise for federally-funded projects. Trump will repeat the climate order that President Barack Obama signed in 2015 as part of a broader effort to streamline infrastructure… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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Trump To Repeal Obama Executive Order On Sea Level Rise

Energy From The Daily Caller Michael Bastasch President Donald Trump will rescind an Obama administration policy requiring government agencies to take into account global warming-induced flooding and sea level rise for federally-funded projects. Trump will repeal the climate order that President Barack Obama signed in 2015 as part of a broader effort to streamline infrastructure… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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‘Opposing weightism’ can earn students academic credits at UNH

The University of New Hampshire is currently seeking unpaid interns to “advance fat acceptance as a key social justice issue” in society.   The “People Opposing Weightism” (POW!) group, which formed under the UNH Women’s Studies department in 2013, is seeking student interns willing to work 150 hours during the upcoming semester to fight against “weight bias, fatphobia, and body-policing,” ...

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Conservatives Furious After Discovering What Baltimore Workers Removed In Dead Of Night

Written by Emily Ann for Mad World News Baltimore City Council passed, by unanimous vote, a motion to remove pieces of American history in the dead of night. Following the chaos in Charlottesville, Virginia, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was more concerned with the feelings of the snowflakes rather than preserving the history of our country, and what she had workers ...

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‘Donald Trump forest’ climate change project gains momentum

From The BBC. By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Image copyright MARTIN BERNETTI Image caption Campaigners hope to plant enough trees to offset the climate impact of President Trump A campaign to plant trees to compensate for the impact of President Trump’s climate policies has 120,000 pledges. The project was started by campaigners upset at what… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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‘Donald Trump forest’ climate change project gains momentum

From The BBC. By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Image copyright MARTIN BERNETTI Image caption Campaigners hope to plant enough trees to offset the climate impact of President Trump A campaign to plant trees to compensate for the impact of President Trump’s climate policies has 120,000 pledges. The project was started by campaigners upset at what… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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Black Chicago Pastor Attacks ‘Racist’ Statue, James Woods Has 4 Perfect Words

Written by That Conservative Girl for Mad World News In the wake of the violence in Charlottesville over the weekend, we have seen a renewed assault from the left on symbols of the Confederacy and landmarks which they deem “offensive.” Perhaps the most outrageous of these attacks on historic American landmarks came from a black Chicago pastor. However, conservative actor ...

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Rutgers Law hires new profs to help ‘advance social justice’

Rutgers Law School recently announced the hiring of three “social justice scholars” who will help students “work for social justice throughout their careers.” According to a university press release on the matter, the new hires will bring an extensive “record of impact” in social justice work to the school, a standard upon which Rutgers Law prides itself. “With these three ...

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