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Posts Tagged ‘climate change deniers’

The Atlantic Wire | Heads in the Sand

The Atlantic Wire | Heads in the Sand

"Over the past year, GOP politicians have increasingly questioned or flatly denied the established science of climate change. As the presidential primaries heat up, the leading candidates have either denied the verdict of climate scientists or [...]

TPM2012 | Jon Huntsman’s Climate Change Flip Flop Explained

TPM2012 | Jon Huntsman’s Climate Change Flip Flop Explained

"Huntsman went today from the candidate who attacked others for rejecting climate science to joining with them in the conspiracy theories about falsified science and the extremist view that the jury’s still out on whether or not climate change is [...]

Think Progress | As Oklahoma Swelters Under Record Heat and Drought, Inhofe Bails on Heartland Denier Conference: ‘I am Under the Weather’

Think Progress | As Oklahoma Swelters Under Record Heat and Drought, Inhofe Bails on Heartland Denier Conference: ‘I am Under the Weather’

  You may recall last year that Senator Inhofe’s grandchildren built an igloo to mock a killer snow storm, calling it ‘Al Gore’s New Home’. Of course, extreme precipitation is precisely what we expect from human-caused global [...]

How the Koch Brothers Are Trying to Influence Your Elected Officials

How the Koch Brothers Are Trying to Influence Your Elected Officials

Just about every week of every year the Boulder city staff produces a Weekly Information Packet (WIP) for each council member.  Often containing up to 1,000 pages of reading, the WIP includes the agenda for the upcoming council meeting or study [...]

The Colorado Independent | Koch Brothers Beaver Creek retreat to be met by protesters

The Colorado Independent | Koch Brothers Beaver Creek retreat to be met by protesters

Word that a retreat hosted by conservative mega-donors Charles and David Koch is coming to Colorado has spurred activists across the state into action. Colorado Common Cause, ProgressNow, Moveon.org, and others plan to meet and protest in Beaver [...]