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Is the Green New Deal realistic?

Alarming climate change claims are not new, unreliable then, and unreliable now.

“IMAGINARY CHANGES OF CLIMATE.

a plentiful crop speculation from weather prophets, and projectors, and half-instructed meteorologists, and all the philosophic tribe of Laputa In general, to whom the periodical press now affords such fatal facilities. We

every season is sure to be ” extraordinary,” almost every month one of the driest or wettest, or windiest, coldest or hottest, ever known. Much observation, which ought to correct a tendency to exaggerate, seems in some minds to have rather a tendency to increase it.

Others, speculating quite as conjecturally and even more absurdly, seem to attribute the impending change of climate—of which they assume the reality—to the operation of men

– January 21, 1871″

Source: TonyHeller

Facebook ad algorithm out of control

“Facebook’s advertisement targeting system can’t help but discriminate, according to a report, which claimed it discriminates by race and gender even when told not to.” click here

The Chicago Tribune fails to do its homework

“The Chicago Tribune says that Rock River flooding is caused by “climate change” – and is “only going to get worse.” ” click here

Fact-check the AP on climate

“Borenstein, the chief climate reporter for the Associated Press, has a long history of promoting dubious climate claims and essentially lobbying the public to “believe” that man-made climate change is a dire emergency and that government “solutions” are needed.” click here

Climate propaganda confirms need for independent commission

“The panel is absolutely necessary because what happens is, the federal government puts out these biased pieces of propaganda, and then the environmental left trumpets it and says, ‘Even the Trump administration says this,’ ” said James Taylor, senior fellow for energy and the environment for the free-market think tank Heartland Institute.” click here

Opposition to the Green New Deal emerges from an unlikely source

“Good intentions aren’t enough. We can’t afford bad ideas,” the editorial board wrote in its Green New Deal takedown posted Sunday.” click here