Official End Of The Global Warming Scam

Four years ago this week, future President Trump explained exactly what the global warming scam is about.


Meanwhile, William F. Buckley is spinning in his grave at how his legacy was corrupted.


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81 Responses to Official End Of The Global Warming Scam

  1. BobW in NC says:

    Cannot wait to see AGW officially repudiated and all the billions of dollars spent on this fraud stopped. Cannot wait to see the EPA brought under control. Cannot wait…!

    • saveenergy says:

      Don’t hold your breath,
      Trump may apply the brakes but it’s one hell of a juggernaut to slow down let alone stop…..sadly, it’ll take more than 4 years.

      Looking on the bright side, nature will continue to do what nature does…. what ever WE do or think.

      • T. M says:

        Precisely. That massive bureaucracy ain’t going anywhere very soon. He will likely make some bold, flashy changes very quickly, but they will be window dressing. The real fights will take place in Congress over the next 2 years.

      • Gonzo says:

        It won’t take that long. First Trump budget can knee cap the whole enchilada. Cut NSF funding. They’ll have to prioritize funding to real science. With congressional help he can subpoena temp data! It’s gonna be sweet.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Trump may have a secret weapon in Steve Pieczenik if what I have heard is true.

          This is who he is:

          Note there is nothing to tie Trump to Epstein and I have heard nothing about Bill Clinton being a Homo though he is a sex addict and may not care who his partner is. M.Trimm is a Bernie supporter so this might be a good vid to hand to your liberal friends.

          If there is a pedophile ring running throughout DC and the elite and Trump is as informed as I think he is, he will have major leverage to do what needs to be done.

        • Hum says:

          Gonzo, he won’t need to subpoena the data. He can command it. As President all Federal employees report to him. Failure to deliver the data will just result in termination and then he puts in someone else who gives him the data. No problem.

    • -B- says:

      In 1981 Reagan appointed a number of anti-establishment types to various offices. They didn’t last until his second term in most cases. Reagan was convinced to play ball and these appointees were abandoned in place. The rest of the government then ground them into dust until they quit or I think in some instances Reagan fired them due to the usual ways one can get themselves fired for bucking a system. That is little things and manufactured things and even manufactured perception is used by the people around them to get them fired.

      The system knows how to deal with people like Trump and those he appoints. However Trump is surrounding himself with a good number of acceptable (to the status-quo) people in many areas. Climate change apparently isn’t one of them. The status-quo will fight on every front and this may allow them to concentrate their effort.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Trump isn’t a naive malleable Reagan. Trump is a well seasoned CEO who has been planing this move for more than a decade.

        Also Reagan did not have the ‘Basket of Deplorables’ filled with Cold Anger who are already organizing to actively throw their support behind him. (The Tea party was 1/3 of voters in 2010)

        Reagan did not have Assange with tons of e-mails showing just how corrupt the system is.

        So do not underestimate Trump and his ‘Basket of Deplorables’

        BTW, Hillary DID NOT get the popular vote.
        McAwful turned loose 60,000 felons and told them to vote for Hilliary. This changed Virginia from a Trump win to a Hiliary win.

        Obama told NON-AMERICANS to go vote, there would be no repercussions. So how many? New analysis as of 2015 U.S. Census data says there is a record-setting 61 million immigrants. (Analysis by three profs showed 6.5% of the Obama vote was from non-Americans.)

        Veratis showed the planning for voter fraud by the DNC link

        And that doesn’t even get into the Soros owned voting machines in 16 states.

        Trump got a heck of a lot more votes than Hiliary to over come all that fraud. Why do you think she had a fireworks display all set up and ready to go and Signed Newsweek ‘Madam President’ Cover On Election Eve?

  2. RAH says:

    I am going to post something here that I already posted on another blog. This is not the end. Trump has a long hard row to hoe before he can really make the lasting changes wee need:

    He has usurped the GOP establishment and as POTUS will be the leader of the GOP. Trump has a whole lot of house cleaning and bridge building to do in his own party in order to maximize his ability to reach his goals. The executive branch can do many things, but to make the really big and more permanent changes Trump must get his own party into line behind him in order to get enough of congress to follow him. The democrats still have the power to stop things in the senate unless Trump can make his own party willing to implement the “nuclear option” to end the filibusters that they will face. The democrats will justify their obstructionism by denying Trump has a mandate because it appears that Hillary will have gotten a majority of the popular vote and their press will trumpet this line endlessly. This is not the end of the green blob or so many other black holes that our wealth disappears into. A Winston Churchill quote serves very well here:
    “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”

    With that in mind I would suggest Tony that you consider adding a political action focus to your blog. In order to get the Republicans in the legislature to back Trump to the max it is going to take vigilance and constant pressure. We will need guidance at times as to when and whom that pressure will need to be applied. It is going to take strong political activism to see this thing through and kill the green blob and the many other scams for good.

    • Gail Combs says:


      I suggest keeping an eye on The ConservativeTreeHouse since they are a more politically oriented blog. (And think CAGW is a hoax)

      We really do need to continue major ACTIVE support of Mr Trump. Nothing like tying up the DC phone lines and fax machines to pound home the point that we ARE awake and watching.

      Remember the Progressives are really not that big a group. They just use intimidation tactics (PC) and have a lot of brain washed idiots.

      They even admit they intentionally dumbed down American kids.

      Bill Ivey of Global Cultural Strategies is one of the Progressive Snakes deliberately sabotaging our country.
      “…Cultural Policy shapes and directs the Expressive Life of societies through the framework of law, regulation, and customary practice that governs the creation, distribution, consumption, and preservation of knowledge, information, and art.
      All societies have cultural policy.
      The United States has neither a cultural ministry nor department of cultural affairs…..”


      ….From 1998 through 2001 Ivey served in the Clinton-Gore administration as Senate-confirmed chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, and in that capacity is credited with both increasing the agency’s budget and restoring good relations between the NEA and Capitol Hill.
      Bill Ivey is a trustee of the Center for American Progress, and was a Team Leader in the Barack Obama presidential transition….

      Ivey has extensive experience in the music industry.  He was director of Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for more than two decades, and was twice elected chairman of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. He is a four-time Grammy Award nominee. He is past president of the American Folklore Society, and today serves the Society as Senior Advisor for China.

      Bill Ivey to John Podesta

      From: global cultural strategies
      To: john podesta
      Date: 2016-03-13 17:06
      Subject: From Bill Ivey

      Well, we all thought the big problem for our US democracy was Citizens United/Koch Brothers big money in politics. Silly us; turns out that money isn’t all that important if you can conflate entertainment with the electoral process. Trump masters TV, TV so-called news picks up and repeats and repeats to death this opinionated blowhard and his hairbrained ideas, free-floating discontent attaches to a seeming strongman and we’re off and running. JFK, Jr would be delighted by all this as his “George” magazine saw celebrity politics coming.

      The magazine struggled as it was ahead of its time but now looks prescient. George, of course, played the development pretty lightly, basically for charm and gossip, like People, but what we are dealing with now is dead serious. How does this get handled in the general? Secretary Clinton is not an entertainer, and not a celebrity in the Trump, Kardashian mold; what can she do to offset this? I’m certain the poll-directed insiders are sure things will default to policy as soon as the conventions are over, but I think not. And as I’ve mentioned, we’ve all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry. The unawareness remains strong but compliance is obviously fading rapidly. This problem demands some serious, serious thinking – and not just poll driven, demographically-inspired messaging.

      Rubio’s press conference yesterday AM was good and should be repeated in its entirety, not just in nibbles. I will attend the Clinton fundraiser here next week but as I can only afford the low level of participation may just get to wave without a “hello.”

      I fear we are all now trying to navigate a set of forces that cannot be simply explained or fully understood, so it is and will reamin interesting!

      Sent with a handshake,

      • RAH says:

        BTW Gail: This is special thanks to you! Thanks for your efforts working for the Trump campaign. Because of that this victory is a little sweeter for you than it probably is for most of the rest of us “Deplorables” here. And it’s damned sweet for us. Without a small Army of people like you the rest of us would not be enjoying this. So you and all like you have my heart felt thanks. Great job Gal!

        • Gail Combs says:

          Thanks, RAH
          I tried to do my small part to take the USA back from the Globalists by spreading information.

          The fact that Google has completely banned my e-mail address (I could not post on several sites with google but could when I switched to a Yahoo addy.) makes me hopeful that I am more effective than I knew.

          Now comes the long slog to an actual victory. Trump’s win was only the beachhead.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Yep, it will take all there is. I know my view is colored by living inside The Hive (e.g. the students of several Boulder high schools “protested” the election results today by walking out of classes for the day). There may be fewer of them than us but don’t forget P.J. O’Rourke’s and Andy Fergusson’s conversation:

      “How come,” I asked Andy, “whenever something upsets the Left, you see immediate marches and parades and rallies with signs already printed and rhyming slogans already composed, whereas whenever something upsets the Right, you see two members of the Young Americans for Freedom waving a six-inch flag?”

      “We have jobs,” said Andy.

      One aging Marxist with nothing else on his hands will out-protest 10 people with jobs to do.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Part of it is getting rid of Johnson’s muzzle on the Christian churches and part is homeschooling and giving parents a choice in schooling.

    • KTM says:

      Please no.

      Unless Tony is appointed Science Czar for the Trump administration, I think his best impact can be made by not wading into the political swamp.

      Why do you think Congress brings in people like Judith Curry and Roy Spencer to testify? Why don’t they invite a conga line of K street lobbyists who can say exactly the right words? Because the lobbyists have no credibility, and the real scientists do.

      I think Tony has earned a lot of credibility and recognition over time, and I think turning his blog into a political echo chamber would be a shame.

  3. OrganicFool says:

    The Empire will strike back. Be assured. Stay vigilant. Faith and courage. Tony has done his part to help make this happen. I hope you have a chance to meet with Trump’s team.

  4. Andy DC says:

    I hope Trump cuts all of the Government waste and corruption to the bone! I have seen first hand how people get very wealthy in DC by simply occupying a desk and playing along with all of the politically correct BS. I know a person who owns 6 expensive cars by doing so. Why should they live a lifestyle so much more opulent than that of the hard working, honest and good people in the hinterlands?

    • T. M says:

      DC became the wealthiest city in the country a few years ago. Digest that for a moment. They don’t make anything but laws and regulations. They don’t handle money except what is taken by force from the people. About a third could be put out to pasture on day 1.

  5. Leon Brozyna says:

    How to have full employment (and a prosperous economy) … introduce unemployment to the D.C. crowd.

  6. Winnipeg Boy says:

    Here is how you shut the adjusters up: If an automated weather station costs $1,000, you could plant one every 200 sq miles on the entire land mass of the planet for less than $1 billion dollars. If they are government issued (sarc) they cost $10,000 each so then it is $10 billion dollars.
    Surely we can invest that one time and check back in 20 years. Then we will have real data.
    Stop adjusting and guessing, invest in technology and start practicing science.

  7. Pathway says:

    I doubt that Buckley is spinning in his grave, but National Review is spinning down the drain.

    • GeologyJim says:

      About 10:30 pm EST yesterday, George Will’s head exploded

      From here on out, he can just write columns about baseball history and minutia

      George had pretty good opinions about government accountability and such, but he completely screwed the pooch on the election because he was (poor dear) so offended by DJT’s “coarseness”

      Whip out the smelling salts, Georgie boy

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        Yep, this fainting couch routine will not do any good in the hard knuckled fight that just started. What we’ve seen before is nothing. The Left will pull out all stops—they always do.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      I didn’t like some things NR did in this campaign but I certainly hope they won’t go down the drain. Politics is about alliances. I’m under no illusion that people with my small government, conservative-libertarian world view have a majority in this country. It will take a small miracle to roll back even a few “progressive” advances of the last decades and we will need everyone willing to join if we should have a fighting chance. There is nothing the hard Left would like more than internecine war on the Right. All our opponents are still there as they were yesterday except now they’ve been forewarned, they are angry and out for blood. Dumping a likely ally would be stupid from us. This will be a long, hard slog (and that’s my optimistic view).

      Let’s thank God, celebrate our good fortune and proceed with sense.

      • 4TimesAYear says:

        The easiest to roll back will be the executive actions. Fortunately Trump will not have to deal with the legislative process for that. I agree, the rest will be a long, hard slog – and Amen – we were very blessed to have things turn out the way they did.

        • Gail Combs says:

          The long hard slog with the legislative process is vastly aided with the squeaky wheel technique.

          In other words we pay attention to what the government is up to and scream bloody murder by tying up the phone, fax and email in DC

          The Progressives have gotten as far as they have by using Astro-turf paid protesters and dumb as rocks college students. We can counter with ‘Granny Warriors’ It is tough to go after little old ladies who are protesting.

          Unfortunately we have 100+ years of damage to unravel.

          Why Political Correctness Must End | Milo Yiannopoulos and Stefan Molyneux

    • AndrewS says:

      Trump is what you get when you send a young Wm F Buckley to Military School. I think Buckley would have found something ‘repugnantly adorable’ about Donald. ;)

  8. Psalmon says:

    Trump is a business guy…and the first thing you get your hands around is the data…we have all kinds of bad measurements like in the Labor Dept.

    I hope and believe that a first step the Trump Admin will take is to audit the data we are measuring (and adjusting incorrectly).

    I hope that Tony you are involved somehow in “officially” exposing and fixing the corruption there. Otherwise we will just see more wild adjustments and outrageous claims…That is the Swamp that needs Draining.

    • Neal S says:

      Until you get rid of the foxes who are guarding the henhouse, you can’t hope for any ‘auditing’ to get you better results.

      I think the incentives for producing such adulterated so-called science, need to be changed before there is much hope of anything different coming out of the system.

  9. 4TimesAYear says:

    National Review has concerned me for some time now…so sad….:(

  10. RickS says:

    First of all, what I said about Americans being the most “stupid” people the World has ever seen [I take it back] !

    I take it back because I was wrong and so have been “proven” wrong, but after the last “8” years of repeated stupidity what else would one think what was going to happen yesterday ? !

    That said…








    PROSECUTE THOSE “PROSECUTORS TO-THE-[ FULLEST ] !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    And “continue” riding that wave to where it “ends”, AND when it ends at the WHITEHOUSE !!!







    Thank God for looking down and HELPING us !


  11. The impressive take-away from this election (I supported the Libertarian Party, now up 300%) has been Scott Adams’ (Dilbert) prediction of the outcome before the nominations. Tony slaves away at statistical brilliance and factual presentations–and only a quarter of humanity cares at all about facts. The Don used hypnotic persuasion techniques, which is what the Econazis have been using since 1971. The only teevee I ever watch is from elsewhere and not in English. But global rotisserie prophesying is larded into practically every single paragraph uttered on camera, WAY beyond anything Michael Crichton depicted in State of Fear. The blog is interspersed with the cartoons.

    • gnome says:

      I agree. I have been following Scott Adams and his record is very impressive. Anyone thinking of going into politics would be crazy not to try getting Adams on side for a campaign.

      • cdquarles says:

        Mr. Adams blew it by suggesting a special tax for ‘reparations for slavery’. We don’t need that. We need some honesty. Slavery? That bill was paid in blood in a war that ended in 1865. What about the Free Blacks that owned Black slaves? What about their losses when their slaves were taken and their property (not slaves) and even their own freedom? Now if he suggested that leftists, in whatever form, found guilty today of such paying restitution for such, that’s fine.

  12. The key thing is for Trump to enforce the Subpoena against NOAA. This will open the can of worms, allowing Cruz’s investigation to be expanded to include first NASA and then NOAA.

    • CheshireRed says:

      I was thinking something similar, Mike. Without having any working knowledge of the US legal system I can’t offer any actual processes, but I definitely do agree the ‘scientists’ at NOAA and GISS and probably Michael Mann too need to be compelled to speak about their work while under oath.

      Tony’s work (alongside the likes of Steve McIntyre at Climate Audit) ought to be central to the lines of questioning. This should get very interesting indeed. Tick tock…

  13. Bruce Wallace says:

    I’d like to see Trump nominate Tony for Energy Secretary. Or maybe Alex Epstein. Or better yet, get rid of the Energy Department altogether.

  14. ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

    The battle isn’t over by a long shot unfortunately.

    Getting honest people into the required government positions, including forcing and keeping the MSM honest will be tough, because Leftards rarely change their spots.

  15. BBould says:

    In case some of you missed this.

    RAND PAUL: I have a prediction to make this morning. I think we’re going to spend the first month passing repeal of Obama regulations and they will be signed by Trump. So I think there will be a half a dozen regulations repealed in the first week of Congress and this is something I’m excited to do because most of these regulations haven’t been written by Congress. I think they’re unconstitutional because they’ve been — they’re — basically the executive is legislating and that was never the intention of the founding fathers. So I think you’re going to find that we’re going to repeal half dozen or more regulations in the first week of Congress and i’m excited about it. I think the regulations have been killing our jobs and making us less competitive for the world.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Glad Rand is now on board.

    • Frank K. says:

      Rand Paul was my first choice as a candidate last year and I still follow him on Facebook. I knew that when he won his race easily on Tuesday that the Republicans were going to have a good night.

      BTW – if you have friends and family who are crying over the election of Trump, ask them why Congress didn’t flip to the Democrats. Also ask them why reliable blues states like Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania (the biggest shock to me) went Republican. And since Trump was so bad, and the GOP was in such disarray (to put it mildly), surely the Democrats should have swept all of their races and be in control. Why, why, why?

      Oh, and also ask them why the MSM lied to them about Hillary’s poll numbers. Had they known the truth, perhaps there would been more energy on the Democrat side.

  16. SteveO says:

    I nominate Tony Heller for head of NSF!

  17. Gail Combs says:

    We need to get rid of traitors Paul Ryan (House Majority Leader) and McConnell (Senate Majority Leader)

    PatriotKate says:
    November 9, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    O.k. Fellow Treepers, this is when we go from being supporters to being Activists who help Mr. Trump achieve all he promised us.

    YOU MUST CALL YOUR CONGRESSMAN’S OFFICE — NOW! They are holding the Leadership elections in the conference next Tuesday – AN NO ONE IS OPPOSING RYAN. Then, the vote would be held when the new Congress is seated on January 3rd.

    I just talked with Congressman Mark Walker’s office and told him how much we adamantly oppose Paul Ryan as Speaker and that Ryan needs to be pressured to step aside. We don’t trust him and, in particular, opposed his childish actions in the last 6 months opposing Donald Trump.

    Please take action and also pass the message along in social media.

  18. Jimmy Haigh says:

    Once the funding is cut the rats will desert the ship pretty quickly.

  19. CheshireRed says:

    The Guardian already getting their excuses in and in true Left-wing style are preparing to re-write the narrative to suit their agenda.

    I posted that they’ve spent years claiming future warming was ‘locked in’ due to thermal lag / climate inertia, so if that theory is right whatever happens is nothing to do with Trump winning the white house. They know the game’s almost up. Wonderful stuff.

    • Gail Combs says:

      And won’t it be funny when the temperatures drop like a rock?

      If Dr Evans predictions are correct we should see the effects of Solar Cycle 24 during Trump’s turn in office.

  20. Gail Combs says:

    Finally found it. Voting by county:

    What we need to do is either outlaw cities or ship the 7 thru 18 yr olds out to the county as farm labor like the commie countries do.

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  22. Tim Wells says:

    I think this stupidity started in the UK, Thatcher wanted to shut down our coal mines and paid for Universities to try and blame coal for Global warming. I think Reagan swallowed Thatchers stupidity.

  23. Me says:

    Thatcher is the reason you have so good today, and she was the first western world lady leader of the free world. Doesn’t matter who is second!

    • Me says:

      And she earned it and did the job until the people there didn’t care for it anymore. She wasn’t entitled that she should have it nor was it given to her.

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