Monthly Archives: July 2013

The New Last Refuge

“Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.” – Samuel Johnson Yes, and climate alarmism is the new patriotism. As I write this, the most powerful man on Earth, Barack Obama, dogged by a series of history-tarnishing scandals, is choosing … Continue reading

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Imaginary Moral High Ground

What follows is the next excerpt from my second book on climate, the forthcoming Aztec Nation. To buy my first book, click here.  So, if the United States is on the verge of ceding a good bit of its remaining … Continue reading

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The Age of Foolishness

(Over the next several weeks, I’ll be posting several excerpts from my forthcoming book, Aztec Nation. The second such excerpt is below. Here’s a link to my first book: clicky.) It was the best of times, it was the worst … Continue reading

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How Dare I Not?

Anthony Watts rightly points out that if I wish for people to support my work in progress, I should let them know what it is they are supporting. While I fought a long and  strenuous battle to make Don’t Sell … Continue reading

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New Book in Process — Please Donate Generously

Very rarely, I mention the fact that being a climate change skeptic not only does not pay but actually costs those of us who have taken an unpopular position on the topic. With my next book on the subject sufficiently … Continue reading

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