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Sandy Hook Families Sue AR15 Manufacturer

jack341 Wrote: Dec 16, 2014 10:58 AM
My words exactly !
Remember what Jesus said: "Goats on the left … sheep on the right." To Peter, "if you want to catch fish, do it from the right side of the boat." They did … and filled the boat. Origin of Left & Right: I have often wondered why it is that Conservatives are called the "right" and Liberals are called the "left.” By chance, I stumbled upon this verse in the Bible: "The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left." Ecclesiastes 10:2 (NIV) Thus sayeth the Lord. Amen. Can't get any simpler than that.
Spelling Lesson: The last four letters in American..........I Can The last four letters in Republican........I Can The last four letters in Democrats.........Rats
These are the nut jobs handling our foreign affairs. It's like the broad running against Gov. Walker she is so inefficient her own family fired her !
What would Clinton know about ethics ? The man had 33 people done away with and stole all the White House furniture and lied to Congress ! He is a scumbag !
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4. Former NASA Scientist: Global Warming Is 'Nonsense' A prominent scientist and former NASA researcher has added his voice to those who challenge the "scientific fact" that manmade carbon emissions are causing global warming. Dr. Leslie Woodcock is a professor emeritus of chemical thermodynamics at the University of Manchester in England, with a Ph.D. from the University of London, and served as a senior research consultant at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Laboratory in Ohio. In an interview with Britain's Yorkshire Evening Post, Woodcock declared: "The theory of 'manmade climate change' is an unsubstantiated hypothesis. "The theory is that CO2 emitted by burning fossil fuel causes 'global warming.' In fact, water is a much more powerful greenhouse gas and there is 20 times more of it in our atmosphere [than carbon dioxide]. "Carbon dioxide has been made out to be some kind of toxic gas but the truth is it's the gas of life. We breathe it out, plants breathe it in. The green lobby has created a do-good industry and it becomes a way of life, like a religion. I understand why people defend it when they have spent so long believing in it." Woodcock is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, a founding editor of the journal Molecular Simulation, a recipient of a Max Planck Society Visiting Fellowship, and a former guest scientist at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology. He went on to say: "If you talk to real scientists who have no political interest, they will tell you there is nothing in global warming. It's an industry which creates vast amounts of money for some people. "The temperature of the earth has been going up and down for millions of years. If there are extremes, it's nothing to do with carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, it's not permanent and it's not caused by us. Global warming is nonsense. "It's become almost an industry, as a consequence of this professional misconduct by government advisers around the world." But he added: "You can't blame ordinary people with little or no science education for wanting to be seen to be good citizens who care about their grandchildren's future and the environment."
1. Emissions Cuts in US Won't Impact Climate The Obama administration's recently announced proposal to cut U.S. carbon emissions is partly intended to encourage other large-scale emitters to cut their levels as well. But persuading other nations to do that "won't be easy," Gautam Naik asserts in The Wall Street Journal — and U.S. cuts alone will have minimal impact. The American proposal would cut overall domestic carbon emissions by just 3 percent to 4 percent by 2020, according to Connie Hedegaard, commissioner for climate action in the European Commission, which sets laws for the European Union. By comparison, the EU's emissions are set to decline 24 percent, and the EU goal is to cut them by 40 percent by 2030, Hedegaard noted. And Stephen Eule, a vice president at the Institute for 21st Century Energy, part of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said: "No matter what your view of climate change, these [U.S.] reductions will be dwarfed by increased emissions in other parts of the world. "For every ton of carbon dioxide that's reduced in the administration's proposal, there will be at least six to seven tons of increase [elsewhere]. Unless the rest of the world gets on board, this won't have an impact on the climate." But many developing countries are trying to industrialize their economies and will resist large domestic reductions in carbon emissions, Naik said. "China has such a vast program of building new coal-fired power plants that it can't simply be stopped," said Gordon Hughes, a professor of economics at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland who has studied climate change in China for the World Bank. Environmental experts in India, another rapidly industrializing nation, maintain that if the United States expects developing nations to cut emissions, then America has to take a bolder step. "Carbon emissions in the U.S. are significantly more than emissions by India," a senior environment ministry official told the Journal. "The U.S. is a developed country and should do a 60 percent to 70 percent cut." While the cuts in America won't seriously impact the climate, they are likely to impact the cost of energy, particularly electricity. And that will hit the poor the hardest, the Insider Report recently pointed out. Americans in the lowest fifth of the income distribution spend 24 percent of their income on energy, compared to 4 percent for those in the top fifth.
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Yuck: Michelle for Senate 2016?

jack341 Wrote: Jun 08, 2014 10:54 AM
Good choice , she would fit right in with the rest of The Dumacratic, Corrupt Thieves.
Yea, he got the smoke from the exhaust as they drug him through the streets. Do these people know you can go to hell for lying ?
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