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May 16, 2010

MUST READ: Climategate by Brian Sussman

Filed under: Environment,Politics — Sofie @ 6:57 am
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In Climategate:  A Veteran Meteorologist Exposes the Global Warming Scam (Washington, DC:  WND Books, 2010), Brian Sussman reveals the connection between Marxism/socialism and the environmental movement, debunks the global warming hoax, and exposes the incompetence, dishonesty, and greed of green icons like Rachel Carson, Paul Ehrlich, and Al Gore.  Conservatives and other concerned citizens must read this book to learn about the left’s playbook for restricting our freedom.



  1. Common Sense, Conservative is Jane Norton for US Senate- NOD BY PALIN
    Palin: ‘Look Out for Stampede of Pink Elephants’ – Washington Wire – WSJ By Jean Spencer
    Sarah Palin issued a warning to D.C. today: “Look out, Washington. There’s a whole stampede of pink elephants” coming this November.

    The former Alaska governor, GOP vice presidential nominee and potential 2012 candidate told a fund-raising breakfast for the Susan B. Anthony List, a political action committee that seeks to elect antiabortion women to Congress, that 2010 “will be remembered for when common sense, conservative women get things done for our country.”
    Palin told the 500 or so attendees, gathered at the Ronald Reagan Building, that this year’s lineup of Senate candidates included a number who fit the bill: former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, running in California; former state GOP Chairman Sue Lowden in Nevada, and former Lt. Gov. Jane Norton in Colorado. She also put in a plug for South Carolina Republican gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley.

    In talking about the push for antiabortion candidates, Palin drew on her experience as a mother of a Down Syndrome son, Trig, and her daughter Bristol’s “embarrassing” pregnancy at 17 years old. “I never ordered up, planned on, being the mother of a son with special needs,” said Palin whose speech was liberally peppered with the word “mom.” “I thought, God would never give me something I couldn’t handle.” It ended up, she said, “the best thing that ever happened” to her.

    Comment by A Patriot — May 16, 2010 @ 3:33 pm

  2. Jane Norton is NOT a conservative. See my post “Ode to Billy Owens” ( Norton was Owens’ lieutenant governor when he supported Referendum C, which was an attack on the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Owens lied to and about conservatives in Colorado, and Norton never disagreed with him.

    Comment by Sofie — May 16, 2010 @ 4:57 pm

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