Daily Archives: December 5, 2018

President Bush Healed The Planet Long Before Obama Did

13 Jun 1992, Page 7 – Detroit Free Press at Newspapers.com Clearly we just need a few more treaties – to stop ordinary weather from occurring.

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Starting The Morning With God’s Miracles

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ― Albert Einstein

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This Date In 1941

On this date in 1941, Enosburg Falls, Vermont reached 72 degrees, the warmest December temperature on record in Vermont. Today’s forecast high has the digits reversed at 27 degrees.  Why doesn’t Bernie remember this?

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The National Climate Assessment – Ignoring All Evidence

Vermont received record snow last month, just as the National Climate Assessment predicted a reduction in deep snow in New England. Vermont breaks November snowfall record – VTDigger Climate experts also say global warming brings more snow. No matter what … Continue reading

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Alpine Glaciers Shrank Thousands Of Feet During NASA’s Coldest Years On Record

Alpine glaciers rapidly shrank  during the twenty years prior to 1902. 16 Aug 1902 – Alpine Glaciers Disappearing. – Trove NASA says earth was cooling, and very cold during that time. graph.png (1130×600) NASA also says shrinking glaciers are proof … Continue reading

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They Are Just Too Smart And Know Too Much ……

“The trouble with our Liberal friends is not that they’re ignorant; it’s just that they know so much that isn’t so.” – Ronald Reagan

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A Better Idea …

Democrats don’t want the people in flyover country to have any say in government. I have a better idea.  How about the red counties stop selling oil, gas and food to the blue counties?

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Snow Doesn’t Lie – But Climate Scientists Do

November snow extent was third highest on record, and has been above normal for ten consecutive years. There has been a huge increase in November snow extent over the past 40 years. Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab … Continue reading

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