John Coleman, founder of the Weather Channel Network, claims that Global warming is nothing more than a “scam”, created by scientists who manipulated data to serve their own political ends.

Coleman’s comments, posted on ICECAP, the International Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project, blames “dastardly scientists” who teamed up with their “friends in government” to enact huge bills and laws to draw money to their cause, while teaming up with movie and media environmentalists to create a huge scare campaign.

He says:

In time, a decade or two, the outrageous scam will be obvious. As the temperature rises, polar ice cap melting, coastal flooding and super storm pattern all fail to occur as predicted everyone will come to realize we have been duped. The sky is not falling. And, natural cycles and drifts in climate are as much if not more responsible for any climate changes underway. I strongly believe that the next twenty years are equally as likely to see a cooling trend as they are to see a warming trend.

You can read Coleman’s entire post by clicking here.


It’s not too often you’ll see me throwing props to former President Clinton, but here it is.

I was astounded to read last week that nearly 20% of Americans believe that the attacks on 9/11 were orchestrated as an inside job. Perpetrated to embroil this country in a fake war on terror.

20%. I’m looking around my office area at about 50 people, and it sickens me to think that 10 of those people think the US government allowed nearly 3,000 of its citizens to be wiped out.

That belief is mostly held by the far left wing, so it isn’t really news if a Republican or conservative dismisses them. But when the country’s most famous Democrat does, it’s worth noting.

Bill Clinton Takes On 9/11 Conspiracy Protesters

Now, even though I’m a self-proclaimed conservative, you won’t see much bashing of Bill Clinton on this website. He wasn’t the best president, to be sure. His personal choices with regards to morality are among the dumbest around. However, he’s an extremely intelligent individual who realized that in order to get elected, he needed to ride the middle of the road and win the moderate vote. Consequently, his presidency was neither all the Democrats could dream of nor all the Republicans could dread. It was….meh. He enacted a lot of laws that were actually Republican ideas (to his credit) while trying to keep his fellow Democrats happy.

I said all that to say thanks to Bill Clinton for getting it right on this issue.