NASA Study: Solar Cycle, Not Man, Responsible for Past Warming

Report indicates solar cycle has been impacting Earth since the Industrial Revolution. Some researchers believe that the solar cycle influences global climate changes.  They attribute recent warming trends to cyclic variation.  Skeptics, though, argue that there’s little hard evidence of a solar hand in recent climate changes. Now, a new research report from a surprising source may help […]

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Failure of Multiculturalism in France

Multiculturalism has failed in France, France has listed no go zone or (Zones Urbaines Sensibles) where non-Muslims or Whites face immanent danger of being harmed. Local police and medical assistance do not dare enter these sensible areas. Whites or often raped, beaten and even murdered for entering such zones within France. [youtube A3YQANdvvbY nolink]  

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Glaciers Growing on Mt. Shasta

By Robert Felix- Although the media has done a great job of covering this up, the inconvenient fact is that all seven glaciers on California’s Mount Shasta are growing. This includes Whitney Glacier, the state’s largest. Yes, growing. Not melting. Not only are Mt. Shasta’s glaciers growing, two have nearly doubled in size. Both the […]

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Income Inequality, Round Two

In a recent post arguing that income inequality is a problem, Mr. Mitchell charges that “most American households have seen little gain in income in the last three decades despite rising productivity growth.” He contends that from 1947-1973 there was “broad-based prosperity” because “incomes of virtually all Americans grew at around 2.5% annually.” Furthermore, he asserts, “income […]

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Changing Horses in Mid-Stream: There’s Turmoil in Obama’s Asia Policy Shop

It is perhaps emblematic that on the same day that China releases its long-delayed 2010 defense white paper, the U.S. State Department announces that Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg will be replaced by Under-Secretary of State for Political Affairs William Burns. Coming on the heels of the departure of Wallace “Chip” Gregson from the […]

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Stop Sending Jobs Overseas

Today, the Labor Department released its monthly jobs report showing that the U.S. economy added 216,000 jobs in March and unemployment fell to 8.8 percent. Despite these encouraging numbers, Americans still consistently tell pollsters that jobs and the economy are the most important problems facing the country. And yesterday, Gallup released a poll showing that […]

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