BREAKING: EPIX Pulls Katie Couric’s Fraudulent Documentary “Under The Gun”

by Steve MacDonald May 31, 2016
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From BREAKING: EPIX Pulls Katie Couric’s Fraudulent Documentary “Under The Gun” Just two weeks after first airing and one week after director Stephanie Soechtig and executive producer/narrator Katie Couric were caught in a scandal where Soechtig replaced the answer to a question with footage shot at a different time, the streaming media channel EPIX has […]

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Europeans Discover The Pollution Caused By BioFuels

by Mike January 8, 2013

The facade is cracking – reported by left-leaning Al-Reuters, posted on left-leaning Yahoo!, we learn that government-backed pollution reduction schemes might just have the opposite effect! Quelle horreur! Mon Dieu! Gor Blimey! What could be going on here? Well, it turns out that government mandates tend to have unintended consequences, in this case, increased Ozone […]

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[Updated] AP Proves CO2 based Global Warming Is A Hoax

by Steve MacDonald November 4, 2011

The problem, or course, is that CO2 emissions have been on an upward climb for decades while global temperature have failed to follow. They continue to go up and down without any connection follow CO2 in any measurable way whatsoever.

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Is This Discrimination?

by Steve MacDonald March 25, 2011

From the nice folks at Yahoo News, we are asked to consider if screening applicants based on a past criminal record should be considered a form of discrimination? Employers, having a massive advantage in available workers, are coming under scrutiny for what might otherwise go unnoticed if there were not five potential employees for each available job–this according to Yahoo News. With so many people out of work any kind of screening becomes news-worthy. So screening out ex-cons may be discriminatory and a waste of natural resources.

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