WASHINGTON (AP) — Consider this cold comfort: A quick study of the brutal American cold snap found that the Arctic blast really wasn't global warming but a freak of nature...The study, based on observations and statistics, did not find evidence for a popular scientific theory that links melting Arctic sea ice to blasts of cold air escaping the top of the world.
The Brett Winterble Show - Broadcast January 8, 2017
Morano on Newsmax TV: I think in some ways Trump is more impressive than Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan was dealing with a different era, a different time when Washington was a more reasonable place. Trump is standing up to washing, a stable genius I like to call him now. He is staring them down. He is doing everything he can possibly do to fulfill his campaign promises and it makes rational and scientific and energy sense.
Brett Winterble: "Great stuff... A Lot of great analysis from him. You see the 'stable genius' moniker is sticking. That's going to make people bananas."
Kim joins Al Gore and the UN! They all believe we can control the weather! - According to North Korea’s state media, Kim Jong Un controlled the weather when he scaled a sacred mountain. The dictator is said to have dressed in smart leather shoes and climbed the 2,744m high Mount Paektu. Pyongyang media stated that the mountain has a special place in Korean folklore and has been used by the Kim family for generations in propaganda. The state media claimed that it was snowing because the mountain wanted to give a “warm welcome” to Kim Jong Un. According to the report, Mount Paektu wanted to “show joy at the appearance of the peerlessly illustrious commander who controls the nature.”
The skeptics’ website Climate Depot challenged more than a dozen of the film’s assertions in an extensive fact-check, while climate blogger Joanne Nova accused Mr. Gore of relying on “cherry-picked extremes.” Mr. Gore, the former Democratic vice president, has not responded publicly to the criticism.