It's downright cold in California this winter, but that must be part of the big climate change thingy, right?
Climate is what it is, not because big bad humanity has done so much to it.
Just hang on for a few more years, and it'll be something else.
"Climate myths: They predicted global cooling in the 1970s"
"One of the sources of this idea may have been a 1971 paper by Stephen Schneider, then a climate researcher at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland, US. Schneider's paper suggested that the cooling effect of dirty air could outweigh the warming effect of carbon dioxide, potentially leading to an ice age if aerosol pollution quadrupled..."
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So Matman what is exactly the best news to watch. Only Liberal Stations? I will watch the "choice" I want to. Choice is what you believe in, right?
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Google the most trusted news source. Very interesting results
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matman, great post from Forbes. However thats only one poll, and its coming from jersey only 600
Most watched does not equal best.
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A poll by Farleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey showed that of all the news channels out there, Fox News viewers are the least informed.
People were asked questions about news habits and current events in a statewide poll of 600 New Jersey residents recently. Results showed that viewers of Sunday morning news shows were the most informed about current events, while Fox News viewers were the least informed. In fact, FDU poll results showed they were even less informed than those who say they don’t watch any news at all.
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Google best cable news and enjoy the results
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My memory is getting foggy, but I remember Colin Powell campaining for McCain and Palin. Then in the 11 hr Colin endorsed obama
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Survey says: NPR's listeners best informed. Fox News viewers worst.
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I really don't understand why Obama selected Chuck Hagel? He really doesn't fit the mold for a sec. of defense.
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Actually Minreader, Colin Powell has the same philosophy but the Republican party has left him.
Fox & Friends...pretty much says it all.
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RugbyReader and to all you nay sayers, do a search on the most factual and non-bias viewed news. Hands down Monday thru Sunday it's FNC, the most trusted for giving all views of the news.
Colin Powell is a great man. However he has went against his party which is fine. What he has done not only now but 4 yrs ago has gone against his philosophy and voted for race and not what he stands for. Do a fact check.
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The letters today are the letters "O,Q,& R" as in "Oxymoron" which has been used "Quite Redundently" today! :-)
loco you thinking that "liberal thinking" is oxymoronic I find "oxymoronic" :-)
"Liberal thinking" seems to be oxymoronic at times too.
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fox "news" is an oxymoron
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I think Gen. Colin Powell should have been selected as the next Sec. of Defense!
do you get a little cranky in the morning when people don't parrot your views ? c'mon, cheer up - i'm sure your messiah is making a new list of free stuff for his loyal serfs.
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