Al Gore Refuses To Give Direct Answer When Confronted Over Bogus 2006 Claims On Climate Change

Former Vice President Al Gore failed to directly answer a question recently about some of his controversial climate change claims during recent press availability for his newest documentary on the environment.

In his life post White House, Gore has spent much of his time advocating against climate change and global warming. He released a world-famous documentary in 2006 titled “An Inconvenient Truth.” Many of Gore’s predictions in the documentary never came true, so 11 years later Gore decided to release a sequel to his first film.

The movie, which is set to release this week, is aptly titled, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.” According to a synopsis: “The film follows the efforts made to tackle climate change and Al Gore’s attempts to persuade governmental leaders to invest in renewable energy, culminating in the signing of the Paris Climate Agreement in 2016.”

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So Is The New York Times Making The Case For Skipping The Paris Climate Accords?

A few weeks ago, many of us supported President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris accords for a couple of reasons.

First, President Obama did not send the accord to the U.S. Senate for a treaty ratification, and second, what’s the point of having an accord that requires nothing from China?  Why do a manufacturing surrender and throw U.S. workers under the bus?

Well, the N.Y. Times’ editorial is making President Trump’s point about China.  I’m not sure that this was their intention, but their attack on China should have come when this deal was being negotiated.

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Global Warming Porn: Addiction To Computer-Generated Scenarios

So, you want to understand the fringe of the global warming religion. I think I have found it.

First, 31,000 scientists have signed a petition saying there is insufficient evidence that any relationship exists between man-made emissions and global warming. You can read this here. In short, the whole global warming scenario is a fantasy.

Second, a truly apocalyptic article appears in New York, which is a mainstream site aimed at mainstream liberals. That is why this article is important. It is so utterly mainstream. It begins with a headline that can hardly be out-apocalypsed: The Uninhabitable Earth. There is a headline:

Famine, economic collapse, a sun that cooks us: What climate change could wreak — sooner than you think.

The author is David Wallace-Wells. Who is he? He has no Wikipedia page. All we know is this: he is a writer living in New York.

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REAL Climate Science Shows Trump Was Right To Exit Paris

In a recent letter to the MIT community, Massachusetts Institute of Technology President Rafael Reif criticized President Trump’s decision to exit the Paris climate agreement, for ignoring “consensus” climate change science. “Other nations have made it clear that the deal is not open for renegotiation,” he asserted. “And unfortunately there is no negotiating with the scientific facts. I believe all of us have a responsibility to stand up for concerted global action to combat and adapt to climate change.”

Fortunately, contrary to Professor Reif’s claims, the actual current scientific understanding of Earth’s climate dispels the popular delusion that any global warming is manmade and will be dangerous. That means adhering to the Paris agreement would be “a bad deal for America,” and not only on economic and equity grounds, as President Trump stated.

It would also be a terrible deal on scientific grounds, because evidence-based science clearly shows that the agreement would do nothing to prevent or control global warming or climate change, despite the trillions of dollars it would cost the United States and world.

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Erdogan Says U.S. Stance Stalls Turkish Ratification Of Paris Climate Deal

The U.S. decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement means Turkey is less inclined to ratify the deal because the U.S. move jeopardizes compensation promised to developing countries, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday.

Erdogan was speaking at the G20 summit in Germany where leaders from the world’s leading economies broke with U.S. President Donald Trump over climate policy, following his announcement last month that he was withdrawing from the accord.

Erdogan said that when Turkey signed the accord France had promised that Turkey would be eligible for compensation for some of the financial costs of compliance.

“So we said if this would happen, the agreement would pass through parliament. But otherwise it won’t pass,” Erdogan told a news conference, adding that parliament had not yet approved it.

“Therefore, after this step taken by the United States, our position steers a course towards not passing this from the parliament,” he said.

Source: Erdogan says U.S. stance stalls Turkish ratification of Paris climate deal

G20 Leaders Tut-Tutting About Paris Accord Only Bolster President Trump

Since Trump’s Rose Garden announcement that the United States would pull out of the Paris climate agreement, world leaders have been whining.

President Trump continues to get political mileage out of his move to exit the 2015 Paris climate accord. In a massive snub to the international climate movement, as well as to his German host, Trump won the war of words in the G20 leaders’ declaration issued Saturday from Hamburg:

“We take note of the decision of the United States of America to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. The United States of America announced it will immediately cease the implementation of its current nationally-determined contribution and affirms its strong commitment to an approach that lowers emissions while supporting economic growth and improving energy security needs.”

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Five Key Takeaways From Trump’s Second European Excursion

President Donald Trump concluded his second overseas trip as president Saturday — a high-stakes trip the president defined by coupling an “America first” agenda with a deep appreciation for key U.S. allies and shared values.

“I will represent our country well and fight for its interests! Fake News Media will never cover me accurately but who cares! We will #MAGA!” Trump tweeted Friday. He added Saturday, “The #G-20Summit was a wonderful success and carried out beautifully by Chancellor Angela Merkel. Thank you!”

Over the course of his three days spent abroad, there are several key takeaways Americans can glean from Trump’s trip:

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