Monthly Archives: February 2008

Temperature Monitors Report Widescale Global Cooling

Again, one year’s data doesn’t disprove the whole global warming scenario, but it’s important to keep looking at all the evidence and resist the sky-is-falling mentality. Temperature Monitors Report Widescale Global CoolingMichael Asher (Blog) – February 26, 2008 12:55 PM … Continue reading

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Global warming: real science vs. hype

As suggested below, there is no “consensus” on global warming. The debate is not over, despite what Al Gore says. While most of the media has been content to simply echo the junk science Gore and his cohorts have been … Continue reading

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Brain drain

Just yesterday, I suggested to a friend that the U.S. could be looking at a large influx of immigrants from Great Britain and other western European nations over the next couple of decades. I keep reading reports about how poorly … Continue reading

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The war against science

John Fund reports on a gathering of experts that will meet in New York next week to discuss and debate the science behind global warming. Unfortunately, however, there is a good chance that the conference will be ignored by the … Continue reading

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Seeking effective education reform

There is some debate among education reformers over whether we should be focusing on free market reforms or on improving the curriculum in existing government schools. Key to this debate is the consideration of whether said reforms would be imposed … Continue reading

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Global cooling in the ’70s

Doyle Rice of USAToday: The supposed “global cooling” consensus among scientists in the 1970s — frequently offered by global-warming skeptics as proof that climatologists can’t make up their minds — is a myth, according to a survey of the scientific … Continue reading

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Do imports cost American’s jobs?

Daniel Griswold of the Cato Institute passes along this graph, which suggests that increased exports do not lead to higher unemployment, as is often claimed.

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