Discovery Eco-Terrorist “Inspired” by Gore’s Documentary

I can’t count the number of times I received email accusing conservatives of “driving people to violence” with they’re completely threatening manner of standing on an easement and waving a pocket-sized American flag. THE HORRORS!

I don’t expect the Statler & Waldorfs of the world or the media to apologize, but it’s fun to ask for one anyway. Eco-terrorist James Lee’s reported inspiration?

Lee said at the time that he experienced an ‘‘awakening” when he watched former Vice President Al Gore’s environmental documentary ‘‘An Inconvenient Truth.”

The sham of a documentary, the points of which Al Gore himself refuses to debate in public.

Britain Falling Out of Love with Obama Over BP Mismanagement

Harsh considering The One ran his campaign like he was running for prom king.  This top headline from British paper Daily Mail:

Not only is Obama wrecking our economy, but now his share of the blame – his heinous standards and even worse calls under his MMS man Ken Salazar which contributed to the rig explosion, a rig that the Obama admin once called the “industry standard for safety” — the mistakes of his administration are also having a negative impact on the British economy:

Since the accident on April 20, BP  –  which accounts for £1 in every £7 paid out in dividends to British pension pots  –  has lost £55billion from its stock market value.

The continuing fall threatens the wider economy because most British insurance companies, building societies and pension funds have large holdings of the firm’s shares.

After shredding foreign relations with Israel, Obama’s handling of the disaster (and his refusal to meet with the CEO whose ass he talked of kicking and whose neck Robert Gibbs talked of stepping on, what great WWE-esque talk) now our relationship with Britain:

Last night, as Britain and the U.S. stood on the brink of a major diplomatic crisis:

  • One of Britain’s leading businessmen wrote an extraordinary open letter to President Obama attacking his ‘prejudicial and personal’ stance against BP;
  • Experts said the failure to stem the damage from the spill had left the beleaguered firm vulnerable to a takeover or even ‘Chapter 11’ bankruptcy in America;
  • Downing Street said Mr Cameron will speak to President Obama about the disaster for the first time this weekend, as it emerged that the pair have not spoken formally since a congratulatory call on the day the Tory PM entered No 10;
  • A BP petrol station came under attack in the U.S. as calls for a boycott of its forecourts gathered pace;
  • Fears grew that BP is considering scrapping payouts to shareholders to appease American anger, hitting millions of pensions in Britain.

Until now, the Government has attempted to keep its distance from the row caused by the massive oil leak following an explosion on a platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

But amid growing warnings from business leaders and MPs that the White House’s rhetoric is fuelling a collapse in confidence in the company’s future, Mr Cameron has now been dragged to the heart of the affair.

All because he sheltered the Deepwater Horizon from a regulation.

White House Planning Eminent Domain Land Grab?

For those against eminent domain:

A secret administration memo has surfaced revealing plans for the federal government to seize more than 10 million acres from Montana to New Mexico, halting job- creating activities like ranching, forestry, mining and energy development. Worse, this land grab would dry up tax revenue that’s essential for funding schools, firehouses and community centers.

President Obama could enact the plans in this memo with just the stroke of a pen, without any input from the communities affected by it.

At a time when our national unemployment rate is 9.7 percent, it is unbelievable anyone would be looking to stop job-creating energy enterprises, yet that’s exactly what’s happening.

The document lists 14 properties that, according to the document, “might be good candidates” for Mr. Obama to nab through presidential proclamation. Apparently, Washington bureaucrats believe it’s more important to preserve grass and rocks for birdwatchers and backpackers than to keep these local economies thriving.

Administration officials claim the document is merely the product of a brainstorming session, but anyone who reads this memo can see that it is a wish list for the environmentalist left. It discusses, in detail, what kinds of animal populations would benefit from limiting human activity in those areas.


Using the Antiquities Act, President Carter locked up more land than any other president had before him, taking more than 50 million acres in Alaska despite strong opposition from the state.

Parents Kill Themselves, Kids, in Global Warming Suicide Pact – Baby Survives

Thanks, Owl Gore, for spreading false science scare tactics.

This baby survived after being shot by her parents. Photo courtesy Daily Mail.

A seven-month-old baby girl survived three days alone with a bullet in her chest beside the bodies of her parents and toddler brother.

Argentines Francisco Lotero, 56, and Miriam Coletti, 23, shot their children before killing themselves after making an apparent suicide pact over fears about global warming.

Their son Francisco, two, died instantly after being hit in the back.

But their unnamed daughter cheated death after the bullet from her dad’s handgun missed her vital organs.

Paramedics rushed her to hospital covered in blood when police alerted by worried neighbours discovered the massacre three days later.

Read the rest here.

Shame this family didn’t wait to see climate scientists backing away from their previous claims:

Scientists have been forced to withdraw a study on projected sea level rise due to global warming after finding mistakes that undermined the findings. The study, published in 2009 in Nature Geoscience, one of the top journals in its field, confirmed the conclusions of the 2007 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). It used data over the last 22,000 years to predict that sea level would rise by between 7cm and 82cm by the end of the century.


“One mistake was a miscalculation; the other was not to allow fully for temperature change over the past 2,000 years. Because of these issues we have retracted the paper and will now invest in the further work needed to correct these mistakes.”

And lawmakers are backing away, too:

During the review of the Environmental Protection Agency budget in today’s Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hearing, both Senator Barbara Boxer — the chair of the committee — and EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson distanced themselves from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fourth Assessment Report (AR4).

Gore lied, people … died?