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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The Sky ... IS NOT....the only thing falling even if the climate is changing.

Good Morning Di,
(we are with Di this week and next while Grant takes a well deserved break)

It is pathetic listening to political glass jaws like Senator Stephen Conroy whine on and on about how unfair it is for the media to criticise the government.

This week Conroy made claims that there is a newspaper campaigning to have the government thrown out of office.

The poor thin skins in the ALP are upset by any criticism.

But now, oh dear oh my.

Now they are even more upset now because, well at least according to the ALP, there are media outlets who have decided to have this government run out of office .....and that, says the Senator, is why all the critiscism of the ALP is ALL unfair and unfounded.

Now even if all media outlet were in fact campaigning to have them thrown out of office
their role as a government is to get on with the roles of government.

Frankly if they did that the public might have more respect for them .

But their current one eye fascination with climate change has this government “ruining around” (sic) like Henny Phoney (sic) and a Stupid Goosey (sic) and trying to blame someone else for their problems ….

...Turn It Up

I’m Michael Robinson

National Press Club home page

National Press Club Climate Debate, Climate Change, The Sky is or is not falling.

below is an extractfrom The National Press Club's summary of who the two speakers were at yesterday's press club debate on climate change.

I do find it interesting that no Australian stood up to be the against carbon tax side, but well done to Lord Monkton for a very well articulated and entertaining approach.


The Climate Change Debate

Richard Denniss V's Lord Christopher Monckton

July 19, 2011

thumbnail   Dr Richard Denniss is the Australia Institute’s Executive Director. He is an economist with a particular interest in the role of regulation. Prior to taking up his current position he was an Associate Professor at the Crawford School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University where he continues to hold an adjunct appointment. Richard has also worked as Strategy Adviser to the Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown, Chief of Staff to the Leader of the Australian Democrats, Senator Natasha Stott Despoja, and lectured in economics at the University of Newcastle.

Richard has published extensively in academic journals, is a frequent contributor to national newspapers and was the co-author of the best selling Affluenza (with Dr Clive Hamilton) and is the co-author of An Introduction to Australian Public Policy: Theory and Practice (with Dr Sarah Maddison).
thumbnail Lord Christopher Monckton is Chief Policy Advisor to the Science and Public Policy Institute. He was Special Advisor to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher from 1982 to 1986.

Monckton is a widely recognized commmentator on climate sensitivity. His climate change lecture to Cambridge University undergraduates was later turned into a full-length feature film (funded by SPPI) titled Apocalypse? NO!. Recently, Monckton has devoted his work toward challenging the so-called “consensus” of scientists on climate change. Along with giving lectures and writing scholarly analyses, Monckton has testified before a subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives.


This debate has been extensively covered in the world's media here are just some links for those looking, for your convenience.

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