There seems to be no limit to how dishonest journalists are willing to be in order to push their agenda.
Tony Heller explains that the state animal of Victoria, Australia was saved from extinction by the massive bushfires of 1939. PICTURE CREDIT: License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0, Credit: Tirin (http://takver.com)
The staff of a conservative Australian online news and opinion website named Cauldron Pool discovered the Australian Broadcasting Company (ABC) deleted posts from their Facebook page. The network posted news stories promoting environmentalists who sought to halt or disrupt controlled burns being conducted as part of Australia’s brush fire safety program. The regions mentioned in… Read More ABC Australia Deleted Posts Promoting Environmentalists Opposing Controlled Burns
A heart-felt outcry from an Australian volunteer firefighter who says: Enough is enough! Rural firefighter’s heartbreaking plea A rural firefighter has issued a heartbreaking plea on social media, taking on environmental policies and saying “enough is enough”. news.com.au, November 12, 2019 As catastrophic fires burn across Queensland and New South Wales — with experts warning… Read More Australian Firefighter Blames Environmentalists For Wildfires
Before planned blackouts are through in two or three days, as many as 3 million Californians may go without power. By Chuck DeVore, October 9, 2019, The Federalist The power is out in Northern California. More than 1 million Californians are now without electricity, one of modern life’s essentials that is frequently taken for granted.… Read More The Lights Are Out in California, And That Was the Plan All Along
The state of California penalizes the state’s utility companies, like Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), by holding them strictly liable resulting from any mishap with the company’s service area. For example, any outbreaks of wildfires resulting from sparks from company power lines hitting each other due to high winds or a tree limb blown into… Read More Rural California Counties Hit Hard by Power Outages
What is really going on in the Amazon? Are the “lungs of the world” being destroyed by Bolsinaro’s new government? As it turns out the issues are both much more complex – and much more simple – than reported in the mainstream media. Ricardo Salles, Brazil’s Minister of the Environment is interviewed by Stefan Molyneux… Read More THE AMAZON IS NOT BURNING!
Outrage has replaced reason in the debate surrounding biodiversity and poisoned the way we talk about workable solutions. By Bill Wirtz, Thursday, September 5, 2019, Foundation for Economic Education “Our House Is on Fire” It is hard to miss the news reports on the fire in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. Millions of people are… Read More Data on Amazon Rainforest Fires Tell a Much Different Story Than Social Media
A curious but very interesting article in today’s Financial Times reporting what seems to be the potential demise of Brazil’s Amazon rain forest at the hands of the country’s new President Jair Bolsonaro. According to the FT citing research by Brazil’s space agency, the National Institute for Space Research (INPE): Some 3,170 square kilometres of… Read More Enjoy the Deforestation, Brazil!
Tony Heller explains that since October 1, the US has experienced the coolest, wettest weather on record. And not surprisingly that has led to the fewest forest fires on record. Climate alarmists are (of course) reporting the exact opposite. PHOTO CREDIT: Wikimedia – The Rim Fire in the Stanislaus National Forest near Yosemite National Park,… Read More Coolest, Wettest, Fewest Fires On Record