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Chemistry Expert: Carbon Dioxide Can’t Cause Global Warming

Dr. Mark Imisides — Principia Scientific — February 9, 2017 Scarcely a day goes by without us being warned of coastal inundation by rising seas due to global warming. Why on earth do we attribute any heating of the oceans to carbon dioxide, when there is a far more obvious culprit, and when such a […]

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Dear Climate Alarmists — We Will Never Forget nor Forgive

Adam Piggott — XYZ .net.au — February 7, 2017 It’s been a rough ten years as a so-called “climate denier”. Every year the climate data would show a complete refusal to follow the accepted and official line, and every year the faith of the climate change faithful only seemed to get stronger and stronger. And […]

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This Hitler Nonsense

Anyone who has watched the mainstream media since the Nov. 8th election, or reads the comments sections in any online forum dealing with President Trump has surely seen many comparisons between him and Adolph Hitler.   We saw the same tactics during the Canadian federal election 2 years ago.  It disgusted me then and it disgusts […]

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A Heartbreaking Video of Another Family Forced to Leave Ontario

The Ontario Liberals should really be brought up on charges of crimes against humanity or any other breech of public trust laws that can be found.  They are the most uncaring, callous government this country has ever seen. Click on picture to view video.   Related video: Hydro Prices Devastating Rural Ontario      

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First World Women (Especially Celebrities) Need to Put up or Shut up

We’ve seen the womens marches in Washington and around the world, protesting…ummmm….protesting ….???  Well, they’re protesting something. Not sure what, because President Trump hasn’t taken away any of their rights.  Nor does he plan to.  He’s not taking away their abortion rights.  He said it should be up to the individual states.  He’s not taking birth […]

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Ontario — Shutdown of Coal Plants Raised Electricity Rates, Failed to Reduce Pollution

Antonella Artuso — Toronto Sun — January 17, 2017 Ontario’s hell-bent determination to phase out coal-fired generation raised electricity rates without significantly improving air pollution levels, a new Fraser Institute report says. Report co-author Ross McKitrick, an economics professor at the University of Guelph, said the findings should act as a cautionary tale for Alberta […]

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Energy poverty in Ontario — Mel and John’s story

Melanie (Mel) and her husband, John, live with their two preschool children in a 3 bedroom bungalow just south of Owen Sound.  Mel and John both work full-time while her mother cares for their children. “Day care is totally out of the question,” she says.  “We have to save every extra penny for our hydro […]

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What kind of Guy Does Ontario Need to be head of its PC Party? This Guy!!!

Editors Note:  If EVER Ontario needed a knight in shining armour to come galloping to its rescue, it is now.  Instead of the namby-pamby, Liberal-plant, narcissistic opportunist who currently leads the PC Party of Ontario (Patrick Brown), the province needs a bulldog like this Congressman to go for the jugular.  — DQ ************************************** Congressman Paul […]

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(Short video) Nigel Farage goes After the Biased Media AND Wind Energy

Click on the picture to watch this 5 minute video of Farage dressing down the media on their out-of-touch coverage of Brexit, politics and the Wind Industry.

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Canadians Forced to pay Carbon Penalties While China Opens More Coal Mines

‘Now is the springtime of coal’: Despite climate change vow, China scrambles to dig more coal Keith Bradsher — National Post (N.Y. Times) — November 30, 2016 JINCHENG, China — America’s uncertain stance toward global warming under the coming administration of Donald J. Trump has given China a leading role in the fight against climate […]

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New Study from NASA admits that 90% of the worlds glaciers are — in fact — GROWING.

Principia Scientific International — November 26, 2016 A new NASA study, released on Friday, admits that ice is accumulating in Antarctica. Satellite measurements show an 82-112 gigaton-a-year net ice gain. That’s 82-112 billion tons per year! Nine zeroes! in other words that is 112,000,000,000 tons. Per year. It’s hard to comprehend how much ice that […]

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Energy Poverty — A. H.’s story

A.H. is a single mother of a teenage daughter and small business owner who lives in Port Elgin.  A has been self-employed for the past 30 years and is proud of her accomplishments in that time. One thing that she has noticed happening at an alarming rate for the past 5 years is that everything she’s worked for […]

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Energy Poverty — G.K.’s story

G.K. and his family live just south of Shelburne in a century home. Heat is provided by an oil furnace, so heating is relatively cheap at the moment. Heat isn’t the main concern for them. Keeping the lights on — is.  Buying food  — is.  Buying gas to get to work — is. Their hydro bill […]

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Energy Poverty — A.G.’s Story

A.G. and her husband live in Bruce County.   A.G. works part-time. Her husband works full-time.   They used to have a house heated solely by electric baseboard, but after watching their hydro bills steadily skyrocket, they decided four years ago to install a gas furnace to cut back on their electricity costs.  With the […]

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Energy Poverty — E.P.’s story

E. P. is a single woman in her 50’s, living in Kitchener, in an electric baseboard-heated apartment. Each unit has its own meter, so she is billed directly for her hydro usage. Instead of turning on the heat, she wears socks and slippers and a housecoat over her clothing.   She has two sleeping bags […]

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