Earth Day

The Problem With The ‘Science’ is That It’s Not About Science

by Steve MacDonald April 24, 2017

From Jonathan Wells at Stream.org March [for Science] organizers say “our diversity is our greatest strength.” They say “a wealth of opinions, perspectives, and ideas is critical for the scientific process.” But they don’t really mean it. Their passion for diversity extends to race, religion, nationality, gender, and sexual orientation, but not to opinions, perspectives, […]

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Earth Day Predictions or ‘Running With the Bull****!’

by Steve MacDonald April 22, 2017

The end is near. No, I’m not talking about some robed wacko in a sandwich board pacing around a busy street corner. I’m referring to the environmental movement, whose holiest of holy days is today. Earth Day. Since 1970, when the first celebration was organized (by a guy who would turn out to be a murderer) the […]

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They Should Call it The March for Silence!

by Steve MacDonald April 21, 2017

Tomorrow is Earth Day, and as I have already pointed out the March for Science that coincides is a march for junk science. Junk science whose junkiness is so junky it has always required those who question the faith to be silenced.  Denier! We should call it the March for Silence because it’s not about […]

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Sea Level Rise Fraud

by Steve MacDonald April 21, 2017

Just for perspective, I’ve modified NOAA’s Sea Level Rise (SLR) graph (mostly to scale) for Portland ME to illustrate what needs to happen for the scaremongering climate cult’s mythical six feet of sea level rise to happen by 2100. Portland, Maine has reported a very constant interglacial change of 1.87mm/year for the past 100+ years. […]

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The ‘March for Science’ is left-Wing Propagandist Crap

by Steve MacDonald April 19, 2017

If the March for Science is “a diverse, nonpartisan group to call for science that upholds the common good and for political leaders and policy makers to exact evidence-based policies in the public interest” why is it being held on Earth Day? Earth day is about feelings, not science. The March for Science is also […]

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Today was Earth Day – the most holy day for the environmental movement

by Skip April 22, 2016

Yes, I was in high school when Earth Day first kicked off.  And yes, there were some really bad things that had been done and really had to get cleaned up.  And so it has in a lot of ways – America’s environment is far better now than it was 46 years ago.  And sure […]

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Earth Day predictions – and you wonder why I’m a sceptic?

by Skip April 27, 2015

Yeah, I missed putting these up on “Earth Day” but hey, what’s a few days given that I’ve been listening to this crap for 40 years.  Frankly, these Watermelon Environmentalists (“green on the outside, red on the inside”) have been giving us such fearful predictions that they make the Pastors fire & brimstone sermons I heard growing […]

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Unsuspecting Rubes Celebrate Vladimir Lenin

by Steve MacDonald April 22, 2015
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In 1955 Nikita Khrushchev proclaimed Vladimir Lenin’s birthday both a national Soviet holiday and a day “for cleaning the streets of garbage, fixing public amenities, collecting recyclable material, and other community services.” In 1970 early eco-warriors–with entirely incidental socialist tendencies–“accidentally” absconded the identical date for Earth Day in the US.  In true leftist fashion the […]

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Obligatory Earth Day Cartoon For Skip

by Mike April 25, 2014
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You know, I forgot all about it – Earth Day

by Skip April 25, 2014

That day where Environmentalists lament that the rest of us have either have just ignored them (at best) or decided not to let them control our lives (at worst, from their perspective).  Why should I let them – I grew up and live in a country where the foundation is personal Freedom and individual Liberty?  I […]

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