Climate Hustle, first of its kinds, is a new movie destined to be a classic in the Warming debate. Here are some details of its release:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                      CONTACT: Christina Norman (651) 724-4228;
Skeptical Climate Documentary Set to Rock Climate Debate
President Obama & World Leaders to Be Greeted By New Film Debuting in Paris
Gala Paris red carpet premiere for new “Climate Hustle” skeptical documentary
Cinéma du Panthéon, December 7, 7:30 PM
(Sorbonne, Paris) CFACT will hold the world premiere of its long-awaited Climate Hustle skeptical documentary film at an invitation-only red carpet event in Paris during the UN’s COP 21 international summit on climate change.
Featuring interviews and comments from more than 30 renowned scientists and climate experts, Climate Hustle lays out compelling evidence that devastates the global warming scare.  Film host Marc Morano, founder and publisher of CFACT’s award-winning Climate Depot news and information service, leads viewers on a fact-finding and often times hilarious journey through the propaganda-laced world of “climate change” claims.

The film is the first climate documentary to profile scientists who have reversed their views from supporting the so-called “consensus” position to a conversion to skepticism. The film also profiles politically left scientists who have now declared themselves skeptics of man-made global warming.
David Rothbard, CFACT president and executive producer of the film says, “Climate Hustle is the most important climate documentary since Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth.  Gore’s film kicked off a decade of scaremongering junk science.  CFACT’s film debunks the scare and clears the way for a return to sound science and rational debate.”
Nationally syndicated columnist Cal Thomas calls Climate Hustle “tremendous” and says “anyone who still believes in ‘climate change’ after watching this film needs the type of reprogramming given to cult members.”

Noted climatologist Dr. Judith Curry of the Georgia Institute of Technology, who is featured in the film, adds “Climate Hustle is a refreshing and entertaining antidote to the sillier and alarming claims about climate change and its impacts that people regularly hear from politicians and the media.”
“Climate Hustle” will premiere at the Cinéma du Panthéon, beside the Sorbonne, on Monday, December 7. A red-carpet ceremony and champagne reception will take place at 7:30 p.m. prior to the screening. The film is planned for theatrical and home video release in 2016.
Because of very limited space, credentialed media that wish to attend the event should RSVP in advance to Christina Norman of CFACT ( or phone (651) 724-4228).   Climate Hustle’s host, Marc Morano, along with key scientists from the film, will be available for a short time on the red carpet prior to the event at 7 p.m. and are also available for interviews and comments upon request.
Climate Hustle, a production of CFACT, was fully funded by the support of roughly 1,500 citizen supporters.   More information is available at

Text above from Climate Depot, here.  

Obama's alliance is more like 8 than 65. Here is a run-down of "what's happening now."

Australia  -  10 % of airstrikes in Iraq.  No reason to believe the country is flying airstrikes sin February.

Behrain - fly half a dozen airstrikes 14 months ago.  Obama still counts them as part of his do nothing alliance.

Belgium - Incredibly,  Obama counts this country as part of his alliance.  Supposedly,  Belgium  flew a couple of airstrikes a year and a half ago.  Since then,  it has been identified as the center of Islamic terror in Europe.

Canada - as of February,  it has flown 310 sorties, but is pulling its forces out of the alliance as announced by its newly elected Prime Minister.

Denmark  - It has conducted airstrikes against ISIS targets, according to U.S. Central Command, to which I say,  "B.S."  It has not flown any sorties for more than a year and a half,  if ever,  and is not an allied factor.

Egypt - Has participated in attacks against ISIS but not as a member of the alliance.  Obama does not care for President Cissi

France - has done a good deal with the alliance,  but is now working on its own as President Hollande tries to build an alliance of his own  (with Britain and Russia). 

Germany  -  does not participate with Obama's alliance.  It has given aid to the Kurds,  something that,  until recently,  Obama has refused to do.  Two days ago,  Germany announced it would join  France,  however,  in stepped up attacks on ISIS. 

Italy  -  It has sent weapons and ammunition valued at $2.5 million to Kurdish fighters in Iraq, along with 280 troops to help train them, according to Foreign Policy magazine.  None of this has been coordinated by Obama's alliance.  Italy is no longer involved in in this effort.  

Iraqi Kurdistan: The Kurdish fighting force, the Peshmerga, is battling ISIS on the ground.  But,  they sre doing this on their own.  The Peshmerga has begged and begged for help,  only to be denied by Obama.  

Jordan - has participated in airstrikes,  but is working with Egypt,  now to continue its assault against ISIS.  

NOTE: Understand that Obama wants "zero" civilian deaths as his alliance wages "war" against ISIS.  Alliance members,  one after another,  have come to realize that this is no way to fight ISIS.  

Turkey - is most definitely involved,  allowing America to use its airports and airspace.  

Obama's list includes Qatar,  the UAE, and  Saudi Arabia  and the following:  The Arab League and the European Union as well as the nations of Albania, Andorra, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Panama, Poland, Portugal, South Korea, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan and Ukraine   . . . . .   none of whom are helping in the fighting and or not currently involved in the Obama Alliance. 

Some countries -- such as Kuwait -- are providing bases. Some, like Albania, the Czech Republic and Hungary, have sent weapons and ammunition. Others are providing humanitarian support, taking legal steps to curb recruitment or providing other, unspecified aid.
The primary text comes from CNN, here,  with amendments by Midknight Review editor.  

Renewable energy supply equaled 8.1% in 2009. At end of 2015, that supply had grown a mere 1.7% .

This is all renewable sources combined   . . .   a growth rate of 1.7% in six stinking years   . . . .   at a cost of 150 billion dollars.  This is "success" to a Democrat.  It is an embarrassing failure to a normal person. 

Just to be clear: Before Obama, the French hated the Brits and the United States. Not until Obama was France declared our closest ally.

Editor's notes:  Keep in mind that Obama's first requisite action as president,  was to order the return of the Churchill Bust.  No one asked him "why."  And,  when confronted with the fact,  he denied it,  pretending to have only moved the Bust outside the Oval Office.  This was a lie,  and the Brits cleared up the matter, informing our media that the Bust had been returned against their best wishes.  It is more than curious to me,  that Obama would take this action,  without any explanation,  and then  like a coward,  pretended not have done so.  Jerk.  


Churchill and Roosevelt Wanted de Gaulle Out, Britain ...
The New York Times
Jan 6, 2000 - ''He hates England and has left a trail of Anglophobia behind him everywhere ... Churchill and Roosevelt Wanted de Gaulle Out, Britain Discloses ... 5— Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt plotted to rem   . . . .

And here is the full text of an article found in Slate in 2003:  

In the aftermath of Sept. 11, Americans rushed to bookstores and libraries in search of the answer to the question that had been thrust upon them: Why do they hate us? But who knew that we should have been boning up on the history of France, not Islam?
A funny thing happened on the way to the war: Our old allies the French, rather than our new Muslim foes, have become the caricatured foreigners of the war on terrorism. The French are tarred in the New York Post, among others,as the leaders of the "Axis of Weasel." National Review's Jonah Goldberg has made "cheese-eating surrender monkeys"—a Groundskeeper Willie line from an episode of The Simpsons—the rallying cry of Francophobes everywhere. After France's ambush of Colin Powell at last week's U.N. Security Council meeting, where the French foreign minister declared that military intervention in Iraq "would be the worst possible solution," it can't be long before someone declares the need for regime change in Paris.
The debate over French anti-Americanism centers on the same question as the debate over Islamic radicalism: Do they hate us because of who we are, or what we do? As with the Middle East, the right takes the former tack, arguing that the French can be cowed into submission only by shows of strength. (The president also makes a point of claiming not to care why anyone hates us—least of all the French.) The left, on the other hand, tends to argue that we need to be more solicitous of France's needs. Their argument, in a nutshell: "It's our foreign policy, stupid."
Most recently, Eric Alterman laid out the liberal case in this week's cover story for The Nation.Alterman's explanation: The Bush administration's unilateral policies, both before and after 9/11, explain the French distaste for the United States. In fact, the French don't even dislike the United States, Alterman argues. Rather, they dislike its leader. President Bush's religiosity, self-righteousness, and indifference to allies justify France's low opinion. Alterman is essentially saying to Americans what Bush told Iraqis in the State of the Union address: "Your enemy is not surrounding your country—your enemy is ruling your country. And the day he and his regime are removed from power will be the day of your liberation." If President Clinton—or even Ronald Reagan—were in charge instead of Busharoo Banzai, the French would embrace America with open arms.
It sounds convincing—after all, lots of Europeans have been complaining about Bush of late. But it's not true. The French never really liked the Clinton administration, either. In June 2000, during President Clinton's last year in office, France was the only one (talk about unilateralism) of 107 countries to refuse to sign a U.S. initiative aimed at encouraging democracy around the world. A year earlier, State Department spokesman James Rubin complained, "We do find it puzzling and passing strange that France would spend so much energy and focus so much attention on the danger to them of a strong United States rather than the dangers that we and France together face from countries like Iraq." The French oppose the United States, quite simply, for what it is—the most powerful country on earth.
If Britain's "special relationship" with the United States is to pal around with it and work to influence its policies from within, France thinks it has an equally special relationship with the U.S.: Its sacred duty is to check American power by publicly and ostentatiously objecting to it from without. The French are so concerned by the dominance of American power—militarily, economically, culturally, and technologically—that a former French foreign minister felt the need to coin a new word to describe it: hyperpuissance, or "hyperpower." Think of it this way: France thinks the United States has so much power that the French language didn't have a word for it.
Much of the French opposition to American power arose after the fall of the Soviet Union made the United States the only power in a unipolar world: According to one poll, the percentage of the French who viewed the United States "with sympathy" dropped from 54 to 35 percent between 1988 and 1996. But French grumbling over U.S. power predates the end of the Cold War, too. As Philip H. Gordon outlined in the National Interest in 2000 (during the Clinton administration), "resentment and frustration" have marked French-American relations since the end of World War II. When Charles de Gaulle became president of the Fifth Republic, he was still resentful that FDR had refused to recognize his Free French resistance over the Vichy regime during the war. De Gaulle decided never to depend on the Americans again, and though he was an ally of the United States, he was an exceptionally cranky one, pursuing détente with the Soviet Union, withdrawing militarily from NATO, and establishing an independent French nuclear force.
Perhaps the most astonishing description of the rocky French-American relationship comes from the French diplomat who, in 1983, told the Atlantic that a particular change in U.S. policy "makes us wonder whether we can count on American administrations—just as we've been wondering since Congress refused to endorse the Treaty of Versailles." Americans don't have this sort of historical consciousness—at least, not for anything that happened abroad before World War II. It's as if an American diplomat said, "Well, we had to beat the frogs in the French and Indian War to lay the groundwork for national unity and manifest destiny, and well, we've been beating them ever since." Or, "You know, we've known ever since the XYZ Affair that you couldn't trust the French. That's why we've been sparring with them since the Quasi-War."
But history is at the core of the tensions between France and America. Donald Rumsfeld's comment last week about "old Europe" was telling: Americans see France as akin to Portugal, a once-great power now in decline. But as part of its own "special relationship" with the United States, France refuses to cede the world stage to the Americans. French identity is similar to American identity—France sees itself as a great nation worthy of power, the birthplace of democracy, and a culture and system of government that the world would be wise to emulate.
Which is why, in the end, France will go along with the Bush administration on Iraq. If France vetoes a Security Council resolution, and the Bush administration goes to war anyway, France will have been proved powerless. But if it accedes to the war after demanding more evidence, it will be able to claim that it influenced American policy—whether it's true or not. Germany will likely stand on principle and oppose the war. But France would never do such a thing. As a U.N. diplomat said last week, "It matters to matter for France."

How bad is this supposed "global warming?" One degree Celsius since 1760 and the beginning of the industrial revolution.

2015 is on course for being the warmest year on record. The current average global temperature is around 15C, 1C warmer than before the industrial revolution.  (

How bad is this supposed "global warming?"  One degree Celsius since 1760 and the beginning of the industrial revolution.  That's one lousy degree in 250 years. 

But the Left will continue to scream "The sky is falling,  the sky is falling  !!!!!"  

Did you know that weather scientists are prediction a 10 year mini-cold age because of a quiet spell with our Sun?  

Its all cool,  folks.  Its all cool.  

If donations predict turnout, the Dems are hurting.

Fox News:
The Republican National Committee keeps building its cash advantage over its Democratic rivals, strengthening the party’s position going into the election year – with the latest monthly reports showing the DNC with a major debt, while the RNC has accrued a $20M war chest.
The Republicans announced last week that they had raised $8.7 million in October, which they say broke a record for presidential off-year fundraising record.
“With just under a year until Election Day 2016 we’re seeing great enthusiasm for the GOP,” RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said in a press release.
Figures show the Republicans now have over $20 million cash on hand, with only $1.8 million in debts owed. The RNC has raised a total of $89.3 million to date in the current election cycle.
The figures stand in stark contrast to the DNC, that has only $4.7 million cash in hand, with $6.9 million in debts owed, putting the DNC in the red, according to FEC figures. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, the Democrats have so far raised $53.2 million this election cycle, significantly less than their Republican counterparts.

Pelosi pretends to fear the Koch Broithers will steal the country away from her and Barack Obama.

Pelosi's latest email.  (Don't forget that Trump supported this nutbag.  The Koch brothers have given more money to the needy than Pelosi earns in a year or four.)  
Two billionaire brothers plot to take over the government. Their plan — to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to get their allies elected to Congress. They set up secret groups to funnel their money. They launch vicious attacks. They even set up an organization to SPY on their liberal counterparts.
No, that’s not the plot of a movie. I wish it were. It’s what the Koch brothers organization is actually doing right now.
The IRS just released fillings from 2014 revealing where the Kochs gave their money — and it’s even worse than we imagined. The Koch brothers have created a secretive operation that conducts surveillance on liberal opponents. They have even enlisted a former CIA employee, all to spy on Democrats.
This new information makes it more important than ever to hit our $50,000 goal before the month is over. Give what you can today to help us fight back against the Koch brothers’ nefarious schemes.

Last week, Reuters polled Trump at 43%. Today, that number is down to 31% Maybe good things are about to happen for the GOP. (no article).

Why did Israeli Intel give warning to Germany about a huge ISIS planned attack? Because we (the U.S.) refuse to share its intel, assuming it has any to offer.

Editor's notes:  Headline:  Why did Israeli Intel give warning to Germany about a huge ISIS planned attack?  Because we (the U.S.) refuse to share its intel,  assuming it has any to offer. 

FYI:  Understand that Obama wants there to be peace with Islam, and, and was fully convinced that his election was a sign that he was the Elect when it comes to bringing peace to the Islamic/Non-Islamic world.   He knows that sharing intel could be detrimental to the health and welfare of International Islam  bent on conquering the world for its God   . . . . . . .    come hell or high water,  so he doesn't  . . . . . . .  share    . . . . . .    intelligence that poorly mirrors Islam's historic determination to subdue the world for Alah.

Germany received key intelligence regarding an imminent terror attack against a packed soccer stadium from Israeli intel services less than two weeks ago, German magazine Stern reported Wednesday.
Israeli intelligence provided the crucial information that lead German authorities to cancel a scheduled friendly soccer match between Germany and the Netherlands at Hanover Stadium on November 17.

The game was called off just four days after the attacks in Paris that killed 130 people. German Chancellor Angela Merkel had been set to attend along with other government ministers in a show of solidarity with the French.

According to Stern, Israeli intelligence had informed of an imminent threat modeled after the Paris attacks, with concrete times and targets being mentioned. One of the targets was the Hanover stadium.

Americans don't give a rip about "global warming," so why does Hillary think this is a campaign advantage for her and the New Obama Party?

A November Fox News poll of more than 1,000 registered voters found that only 3 percent listed “climate change” as the most important issue facing the country today, down from 5 percent in August. Americans were much more worried about terrorism, the economy and immigration than global warming.

No, Obama does not always win. The GOP just forced his signature on a defense bill he threatened to veto.

Yahoo News:
President Barack Obama on Wednesday signed a $607 billion defense policy bill despite his opposition to restrictions in the legislation that ban him from moving Guantanamo Bay detainees to the United States and making good on a long unfulfilled campaign promise.
Obama has opposed provisions preventing detainee transfers since Congress first attached the measures to spending bills in an attempt block Obama’s plans. The dispute has taken on added intensity this year because the White House has launched a final push to close to the prison before Obama leaves office.
In a statement, Obama said the bill “includes vital benefits for military personnel and their families, authorities to facilitate ongoing operations around the globe, and important reforms to the military retirement system” as well as other measures.

The 21 Climate Conference may be more hype than reality. In other words, "Same ole same ole."

- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 25, 2015
President Obama will head to a historic climate change summit in Paris next week with a fragile U.S. commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions, and analysts say the president is limited in terms of concrete promises and instead will act as little more than a “cheerleader” in the fight against global warming.

The United Nations meeting — formally known as the 21st Conference of Parties, or COP 21 — is by the administration’s own acknowledgment the last true chance for the world to come together and forge a long-term, international agreement to reduce harmful pollution and stem the tide of rising global temperatures. The White House already has promised the rest of the world that the U.S. will cut its own emissions by at least 26 percent by 2025 [a commitment that will put the Eastern Seaboard working poor in serious financial jeopardy ~ editor]  , an announcement made in conjunction with a vow from China, the world’s biggest polluter, to cap its emissions by 2030 and then begin reductions.

Analysts say the administration is wrong to give the impression that it can guarantee U.S. commitments to cut emissions further. Some also say Mr. Obama’s promises ultimately may fall to legal challenges and stiff bipartisan resistance in the U.S.

The French defend their ridiculous stance on gun ownership.

“It doesn’t makes [sic] sense. It was a theater, a theater hall. Imagine a theater hall and suddenly people enter with machine guns and are really killing people … It is only in the movies someone is using his gun to defend himself” ~ words of a French ambassador, mystified at the suggestion that legal gun ownership could have helped in this crisis. 

Editor's notes:  Only in his dreams is it a good thing that guns are taken from the people resulting in the deaths of 90 people in that theater (last week in Paris,  murdered by Islamist radicals ) while these folks were waiting for the good guys with guns,  to show up and save them.   

Hopefully,  we all can see just how idiotic is the opposition to private gun ownership   . . . .    it prevents nothing when we have those bent on mass murder,  and,  saves no one when the police take 15 minutes to enter a theater in which people are being murdered.  

What an epic "fail."  While on high alert, French intel was caught completely off-guard; the police show up and wait for 15 minutes to enter the theater,  during which time,  all of the 90 dead were butchered.  Good grief   . . . . . .   and it is absolutely true that Hitler took guns out of the hands of the citizenry,  making it impossible to resist.  

The Iranian agreement is not binding on Iran . . . . . so says the State Department !!! Brilliant.

News reports today,  November 25 :  The State Department has admitted to Congress that the  Iranian nuclear agreement is not a legally binding document and was not formally signed by any party, according to another in a series of letters sent by the administration to Congress.

Editor's notes:  Again,  the deal,  which took John Kerry and Company more than 19 months to finalize,  did not require any signatures,  is not binding on anyone.  Turns out,  apparently,  that this was a deal for only one purpose,  to secure 150 billion dollars for Iranian use.  The Administration will deny this,  but that is what those who must hide the truth,  do.  Time will tell if this report is correct.  

Global or regional warming ?? World's most southern region has been cooling for six years.

A weather alarmist challenges the editor (that would be me).

I found this. Wanted to know how you will spin this little fact ~ Anonymous.

The global average temperatures over land areas only from January to October suggest that 2015 is also set to be one of the warmest years on record over land. South America is having its hottest year on record, as is Asia (similar to 2007), and Africa and Europe their second hottest.
According to preliminary figures as of the end of September 2015, 2011-15 was the world’s warmest five-year period on record, at about 0.57°C (1.01°F) above the average for the standard 1961-90 reference period. It was the warmest five-year period on record for Asia, Europe, South America and Oceania, and for North America. WMO compiled the five-year analysis because it provides a longer-term climate signal than the annual report.


I will respond in due time   . . . .   maybe after Turkey Day.  Until then,  I will leave my readers with this comment or question:  Which regions in Asia,  Africa, South America North America and Europe experienced record heat.  If I can find a region (preferably several/many)  in these given continents that were reasonable normal, average, or even cooler,  I will have disproven the articles theme.

Should be fairly easy to do.  If I can't,  I will gladly admit it.  

The only reason Obama has been doing this, under the radar, is because he can and you (we) can't stop him.

The United States has issued 680,000 green cards to immigrants of Muslim-majority countries, according to data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

The green cards were issued within the last five years and will be reissued again in five years. Among the people who received green cards are individuals who entered the United States as refugees.

Editor's notes:  And to imagine that this blowhard of a president wants the GOP to approve new gun laws that prohibit terrorists,   in this country, from buying guns.  I mean,  he brought them here,  under the radar,  tells us they are safe,  and is now worried they might be a treat.  Right?  Wrong !  All he is doing is covering his skinny butt  . . .   you know,  the thing he thinks with.  If there are any terrorist in that 680,000,  he can blame the GOP for not taking extra precautions.  

Me?  I say,  lets call his bluff.  The American people do not want a large scale migration of immigrants.  They will blame him,  not the GOP,  for the creation of this problem,  if bad things should happen. 

Update on the casualty count world wide and here in America.

World wide deaths from terrorism increased 80 percent last year to an all-time-record of 32,658 people killed, compared to 18,111 in 2013. The number is up about 426 percent from the 7,654 killed by terrorists in 2008 under President Bush, according to the latest report from ‘Vision of Humanity.’
The 2014 economic cost of 13,370 terrorist attacks in 93 countries included property damage, medical costs, lost income for victims, and the indirect costs of preventing and responding to terrorist acts. The annual “Global Terrorism Index” report estimated those costs hit an all-time-high in 2014 of $52.9 billion.
In the United States,  we have had 430 casualties due to Radical Islamic Jihad,  during Obama's 7 year rule,  with more than 50 cases of radical Islamic terror in the 50 states,  combined.  Another 1200 individual terrorist suspects are being monitored

ISIS cowards kill defenseless teens who thought ISIS was righteous.

Samra Kesinovic (17 ) and her best friend,  15 year old Sabina Selimovic,  both Austrian girls,  ran away to join the perverts with ISIS,  last year.  They are both dead,  today.  Sabina was killed in battle shortly after her "marriage" so some perverted ISIS fighter.  Samra was beaten to death for trying to escape a few weeks later. 

Very sad day for all who understand that these two girls thought they were doing the right thing,  only to realize that they had made decisions that could not be set aright. 

At today's press conference with President Hollande, Obama threatened ISIS with a Climate Change Conference. Seriously. that is what this clown did.

Speaking of the coming climate conference,  next week,  in France,  Obama said this:  

"What a powerful rebuke to the terrorists it (the climate conference) will be when the world stands as one and shows that we will not be deterred  from building a better future for our children."  

Don't you know that the terrorist community is laughing its collective butt off its backside  ??  "What a powerful rebuke"   . . . .  that's what the man said.  

So my kid just told me to go to hell.  I respond by telling him,  "I will show you"  as I walk out into the backyard and begin planting more roses.  Yeh  !!!!!   That will teach the kid a thing or two.    

This president of ours is nothing but a punchline for one not-so-funny joke after another.  

Actually,  I am so angry,  right now,  I really have nothing worthwhile to say.  Just know this:  the widows and orphaned 3 year olds Obama says the GOP is afraid of,  were made widows and orphans three year ago when he turned yellow over his red line.  I mean,  why are they widows and three year old orphans??  Because he refused to help them,  three years ago,  when they were begging for help.  

The guy is criminally insane.  

NASA caught cooking books on global data ala data /email scandal in the last decade.

A German professor has confirmed what skeptics from Britain to the US have long suspected: that NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Studies has largely invented “global warming” by tampering with the raw temperature data records.

Professor Dr. Friedrich Karl Ewert is a retired geologist and data computation expert. He has painstakingly examined and tabulated all NASA GISS’s temperature data series, taken from 1153 stations and going back to 1881. His conclusion: that if you look at the raw data, as opposed to NASA’s revisions, you’ll find that since 1940 the planet has been cooling, not warming.
According to Günter Ederer, the German journalist who has reported on Ewert’s findings:
From the publicly available data, Ewert made an unbelievable discovery: Between the years 2010 and 2012 the data measured since 1881 were altered so that they showed a significant warming, especially after 1950. […] A comparison of the data from 2010 with the data of 2012 shows that NASA-GISS had altered its own data sets so that especially after WWII a clear warming appears – although it never existed.
Apart from Australia, the planet has in fact been on a cooling trend:
Using the NASA data from 2010 the surface temperature globally from 1940 until today has fallen by 1.110°C, and since 2000 it has fallen 0.4223°C […]. The cooling has hit every continent except for Australia, which warmed by 0.6339°C since 2000. The figures for Europe: From 1940 to 2010, using the data from 2010, there was a cooling of 0.5465°C and a cooling of 0.3739°C since 2000.
But the activist scientists at NASA GISS – initially led by James Hansen (pictured above), later by Gavin Schmidt – wanted the records they are in charge of maintaining to show warming not cooling, so they began systematically adjusting the data for various spurious reasons using ten different methods.

The most commonly used ones were:
• Reducing the annual mean in the early phase.
• Reducing the high values in the first warming phase.
• Increasing individual values during the second warming phase.
• Suppression of the second cooling phase starting in 1995.
• Shortening the early decades of the datasets.
• With the long-term datasets, even the first century was shortened.

Ewert’s findings echo that of US meteorologists Joseph D’Aleo and Anthony Watts who examined 6,000 NASA weather stations and found a host of irregularities both with the way they were sited and how the raw data had been adjusted to reflect such influences as the Urban Heat Island effect.

Go to Breitbart for the remainder of this article and associated charts ~  editor. 


Understand that "climate-gate" was a 13 year scandal involving scientists dealing with problematic data that could be "misused or misinterpreted"  by global warming opposition.  Much of this discussion was done via emails (more than 1,000 emails).   The scandal was revealed in 2009.  Scientists began concerned about how their data would be "misused" as early as 1996..  

If you read "fact check" defenses (here, for an example)   of these scientists, note the tentative nature of the article and know that that "fact check" articles are part of the partisan debate produced by the global warming cabal under the guise of "objective analysis."  Never ever forget that the Left lies for the sake of the greater good,  believing that if they are on the correct side of the "truth,"  lying may be necessary to defined that truth.  Seriously,  that is what they believe and such as been documented a number of times,  here, on the pages of the Midknight Review

Climatic Research Unit email controversy - Wikipedia, the ...
Independent Climate Change Email Review (UK) ... The scientific consensus that global warming is occurring as a result of human activity remained ...... He said it was not a single scandal, but "a sustained and coordinated campaign" aimed at ...

BTW, did you know that Hillary now loses to the top six GOP candidates, including Trump? Rubio beats her by 8 pts. (no article, just this Fox News polling fact).

An appropriate comparison: In the words of Laurel and Hardy, " Now what are we going to do?"

Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel
Yossi Melman / Jerusalem Post:
Report: Russian ground troops arrive in Syria in unprecedented military action

Editor's notes:  First,  we had 31 fighter jets sent from Russia in support of Assad.  Now Putin has sent Russian troops into Syria.  Clearly,  the spineless  Obama Administration (which includes the American traitor we know as John Kerry) ,  has lost its supposed battle to oust Assad.  All that is left for the two talking heads of State  (Kerry and Obama) is rhetorical positioning   . . . .     and nothing more.  If the Administration was ever serious about Assad,  it certainly cannot and will not risk war with Russia, now.   

What we have here,  is another irreversible defeat for the United States   . . . .   and this time it is by the hands of Russian leadership,  the same folks Romney warned Obama about,  back in 2012.   

To make matters worse,  the Administration may send James Taylor to Syria to sing about the immaturities of waging war,  while Kerry  "threatens" Russia with being "self-defeating,"  enlisting actions that are "not sustainable,"  and crowing that this Russian action is "sooo  19th century"   . . . . .    all of which is rhetoric used by this feckless Administration in recent past times. 

Bombshell report given by Megyn Kelly, Monday night, charging that Department of Defense was told by Administration to "cut it out," and tone down negative terror reports. Anyone shocked by this report ??? I don't think so.

Catherine Herridge / Fox News: Emails show DOD analysts told to ‘cut it out’ on ISIS warnings; IG probe expands  —  Analysts at U.S. Central Command were pressured to ease off negative assessments about the Islamic State threat and were even told in an email to “cut it out,” Fox News has learned - as an investigation expands

The two youngest working age groups already earn, on average, more than a $15 per hour minimum wage.

A $15 per hour minimum wage is $31,500 per year based on a 40 week.  As you can see from reviewing the chart,  the average wage for all age groups is above $33,000 .  

ObamaCare has institutionalized a 30 our work week.  Working less than 30 hours means a worker is not entitled to employer shared health care costs.  Its the (new) law.  

Only 6 million folks work at current minimum age ($7.25 per hour, Federal).  In the 1970's ,  the minimum wage was a nominal $2,78 per hours.  15.5 million folks worked at minimum wage at that time.  Liberals argue that raising the minimum wage does not effect employment,  but the facts say otherwise.  There are 9 million fewer people working at the minimum and rising wages are the fault leading to this circumstance. 

One final note:  the chart shows full-time worker annual salaries.  Many minimum wage earners work part-time.  While $15 per hour is equal to $31,500 per year for a  full time wage earner.  The youngest worker class,  does not work full-time,  as a rule.  


While the Democrats are running to the Far Far Left, the GOP is making significant generational changes. This video is a testament to that change.

While the Dems continue to do nothing for its minorities (except gays and the xy women within the party),  the GOP is making moves to the center-right.  The Senator in this video,  is leaving the Democrat Party precisely because the Dems did nothing but make promise after promise to his constituency.  Excellent commentary as to the New GOP. 

The obvious question is this: Does Hillary mean to include Bill's accusers?

Hillary Clinton Says Sexual Assault Accusers Must Be ‘Heard, Believed, and Supported’…

Does Obama not know that 70% of Americans do not agree with him on gun control ??

This Thanksgiving, the Obama administration wants Americans to talk about why Congress won’t pass more gun control.

Our courts still support feee speech, even if Obama and his Occupy/Black Lives Matters cabal doesn't.

Pro life clubVia Las Vegas RJ:   Clark County School District agreed to pay $30,000 to a Chicago-based law firm representing a West Career and Technical Academy student who was forbidden from starting an anti-abortion club.
The Thomas More Society filed a lawsuit in August against the school and the district after 16-year-old student Angelique Clark’s application to form a pro-life club was denied for reasons the firm said violated her free-speech rights. That lawsuit was dismissed last week after the parties reached a settlement.
The $30,000 covers legal fees.
Angelique told the Review-Journal that she never wanted to file a lawsuit, but the school ignored every attempt she made to explain that the law was on her side. She said the school conceded the week she called their bluff and filed suit.
The settlement includes the official approval of Angelique’s club, agreeing that her school will treat the club the same as other noncurriculum-related clubs, and also reflects the school board’s revised policies on clubs to bring them in line with the law, the firm said in a news release Friday.

None of the four Secretaries of Defense have agreed with Obama, and now, a change in the rules.

Washington Times:   Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says the U.S. is prepared to change the “rules of engagement” in the fight against the Islamic State terrorist group, pointing to methods like targeting fuel trucks controlled by the terrorist group.   
Note:  Aston Carter is the 4th Secretary of Defense to insist that the rules of engagement are deterrents to success in the war against ISIS. 

“We’ve reviewed them — we review them all the time,” Mr. Carter said in an interview for MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “Actually, if you look at the data, the thing that most enhances the impact of the air campaign is better and better intelligence. We’re prepared to change rules of engagement. We’ve changed tactics, as we just did in the case of the fuel trucks.”

Editor's notes:  we blew up 116 oil tankers the beginning of this week   . . . .   an obvious change in the rules,  whether approved by Obama or not.  

Proof against warming? Anyone still believe the oceans are rising? Shouldn't the Stature of Liberty be under water, by now?

1929 shoreline of the Statue

2011 shoreline of the Statue

You need to know: The hottest month in human history is really the 25th warmest month.

Somehow, they managed to calculate Earth’s temperature within 0.01 degrees – even though they had no temperature data for about half of the land surface, including none in Greenland and very little in Africa or Antarctica.

This kind of mind-blowing malfeasance would get them fired and probably escorted out of the building by security at many engineering companies.

Satellites cover almost the entire planet several times a day, and they showed that October had only the 25th highest monthly anomaly, and that the first ten months of 1998 all had a higher anomaly than October 2015.

(Source: )

Before next week's climate summit, you should know about the fraud being fed to the American people.

latest NBC poll: 70% of Americans believe Obama is losing the war versus ISIS. (no article).

140,000 fewer Mexicans since 2009. Family reunification top reason.

Rubio's ISIS strategy by Marco Rubio

Last week, France suffered the deadliest terror attack to hit Europe in more than a decade. It was perpetrated by a terrorist organization that has repeatedly warned the world of the scope of its intentions and the brutality of its methods. After the attack, French President François Hollande declared that France would wage war against the Islamic State (ISIL) with the sole intention of obliterating it. “It is not a question of containing but of destroying this organization,” he said.
Meanwhile, President Barack Obama—the leader of the most powerful nation on earth—has decided to maintain his strategy of weakness and neglect. He claims, falsely, that ISIL is geographically contained. He insists, foolishly, that using ground troops would be a mistake.
While he dithers, ISIL is diligently forcing its way across the borders of the Middle East—expanding beyond Syria and Iraq, now into Libya, Egypt, Afghanistan and even nuclear-capable Pakistan. It is threatening to advance into Saudi Arabia and Jordan, and in recent weeks has launched attacks into the Sinai, Beirut and, as we saw on Friday, into the heart of Europe.
Obama hopes he can defer leadership long enough for ISIL to become the next president’s problem. Yet with every day that passes, the danger of an ISIL-inspired or ISIL-sponsored attack on the U.S. homeland grows. This is now more than a mere military battle; it is a civilizational struggle—one with the free peoples of the world on one side and those who believe everyone must convert to their perverted version of Islam or be killed on the other.
When I am president, what I will do to defeat ISIL is very simple: whatever it takes. Exactly what it will take will depend on how the situation on the ground changes over the next 15 months. If Obama begins acting with strength, the next president could face a more manageable crisis; but if he continues to fail the test of leadership, the next president will face a challenge of enormous proportions.
Here is what Obama must do—and what I would do if I were president today—to defeat ISIL and guarantee the safety of our people.
First, I would protect the homeland by immediately stopping the flow of Syrian refugees into the United States—not because refugees fleeing conflict are unwelcome, but because it is currently impossible to verify their identities or intentions. I would also strengthen the Visa Waiver Program’s security screening to ensure individuals coming to our country are not a threat. I would rescind limitations on overseas intelligence collection and restore the intelligence gathering authorities Congress drastically limited this year. We don’t want to wake up the day after an attack wishing we’d had these programs in place.
Next, I would reverse defense sequestration so we have the capabilities to go on the offense against ISIL. We will only be able to protect our people at home if we defeat ISIL abroad. I would build a multinational coalition of countries willing to send troops into Iraq and Syria to aid local forces on the ground. When I am president, I will tell my commanders that the mission is the total destruction of ISIL and will send them the forces necessary to succeed.
Furthermore, I understand the ideological conflict at the heart of this struggle and will apply the appropriate pressure to tip the scales in favor of peace and stability. As president, I would demand that Iraq’s Shiite-dominated government grant greater autonomy to Sunnis, and would provide direct military support to Sunnis and the Kurds if Baghdad fails to support them. I would back those demands with intense diplomatic pressure and the leverage of greater American military assistance to Iraq.

Cutting off oxygen to ISIL also requires defeating Assad in Syria. I would declare no-fly zones to ground Assad’s air force and coalition-controlled “safe zones” in the country to stop his military. These safe zones would stem the flow of refugees and provide a place to train and arm rebel fighters. I would oppose Russia and Iran in their fight to prolong Assad’s brutal regime.
All of this and more must be done immediately to defeat ISIL. Obama will likely refuse to take these actions. As a result, ISIL will continue its death march across the Middle East, Americans will remain at risk, and America’s next president will inherit an even larger challenge than the one we face today.
Hillary Clinton wants to be that next president, yet she continues to claim that ISIL cannot be America’s fight. Some of my Republican colleagues are also vying for the presidency, yet they have spent the last several years helping to gut our defense and eliminate key intelligence programs. All have failed to grasp the threat posed by disengagement from Syria and Iraq. I warned against it from the beginning.
Early in 2011, when a strain of isolationism seemed to be taking root in the Republican Party, I began to warn of the dangers of failing to lead on the growing challenge in Syria and Iraq. I predicted much of what has happened today. I have repeatedly laid out what must be done to defeat ISIL and have spoken of the need for American strength even when it wasn't popular.
The greatest job of America’s president is to keep our people safe. I will not tire in my efforts to do so. Evil will never relent, and when I am president, neither will America.

What is Putin doing in the Middle East and the Ukrain?

What is he doing?  Among other things,  he is attempting to control 60% of the world's oil supply as he moves to defeat ISIS and ally himself with Iran.  

That control will not affect the United States, we are told,  but it will change the balance of power in the world outside our borders.  

Should we be the world's police force?

For that part of the world seeking our help,  I say,  "Hell yes."  The alternative for all those geniuses on the Left is to turn those countries seeking our help,  turn them over to the villains in this world.  Sound like a good idea to anyone?  

Oh,  wait !!!   I forgot,  Many of these villains are allied with Obama,  or,  at least, that is his hope.   You have Turkey,  Iran, Russia, the Muslim Brotherhood, and CAIR as wannabe friends of Obama  (in his dreams).  

He is perfectly willing to allow Assad free reign in Syria,  Russia free reign in Crimea, China's expansion in the South China Sea and the "containment" of ISIS to Northern Iraq.  

He has no "victory" concept and believes the bullies of this world will respond in kindness,  if we would only treat them with respect.  He believes our soldiers can and should be sacrificed,  on the battlefield,  for the sake of political correctness as defined by himself.  

As Rush Limbaugh said,  yesterday,  "Obama has become dangerous to the United States"  or words to that effect. 


Latest Fox News poll : Question: When did New Hampshire become a Red State?

Rubio beats Hillary by 7 point in New Hampshire.

Jeb beats her by 3 points. 

Kasich wins by three. 

Carson wins by 2 points 

And Firoina ties Hillary.  

Trump loses to Hillary by 7.  

8 Syrians stopped at Texas border; 5 Syrians stopped in Honduras. They are coming for us, folks. (no article).

YouTube of Obama's Presser: 49 minutes. Forget the coffee; you will need a good wiskey before you are finished listening. Embarrassing.

I am no fan of Trump,  but this Monday's presser and the events in Paris this past weekend (Friday 13th),  may have gotten Trump elected President. This video is what a man sounds like when his claims of success are irreversibly destroyed for all to see,  and his arrogance will not allow him to admit that defeat.  He looked irritated if not angry,  at the media's persistence in asking questions that were nothing short of criticism of his ISIS/terror policies.   And,  in typical Obama professorial rhetoric,  he managed to NOT answer many critical questions.  

Obama mocks GOP for an alleged fear of (Syrian) widows and orphans...

 Obama mocks GOP for an alleged  fear of (Syrian) widows and orphans... 

Question:  So,  why did he stand by and watch 350,000 Syrian and Iraqi women and children being murdered,  beheaded,  raped and burned alive?  He can mock all he wants,  but he is the greatest coward of all.  Period.

Real female's husband returns Woman of the Year award because of Bruce Jenner.

The widower of a policewoman killed on 9/11 has returned his wife’s Glamour “Woman of the Year” award after the same award was given to reality star and former athlete Caitlyn Jenner. 
James Smith authored an open letter to the women’s magazine explaining his decision. “On October 29th, 2001 I was honored to accept the Glamour magazine ‘Woman of the Year’ Award posthumously given to my wife, Police Officer Moira Smith. Moira was killed on September 11th, 2001 while rescuing thousands from the World Trade Center.”
“I was shocked and saddened to learn that Glamour has just named Bruce Jenner ‘Woman of the Year,'” he continued. “I find it insulting to Moira Smith’s memory, and the memory of other heroic women who have earned this award.”
“Was there no woman in America, or the rest of the world, more deserving than this man? At a time when we have women in the armed forces fighting and dying for our country, heroic doctors fighting deadly diseases, women police officers and firefighters putting their lives on the line for total strangers, brave women overcoming life threatening diseases… the list of possibilities goes on… is this the best you could do?”  (text from Mediaite).

Fox Network dominates ( News and Business both in top five cable programing for the week).

Breaking news coverage and last week’s big debate helped both Fox News and Fox Business Network (both run by Roger Ailes) get big enough ratings to both hit the top five in all of basic cable television in primetime last week.
Fox News was only second to ESPN with 2.3 million average viewers for the week, and Fox Business Network placed fourth with 1.6 million.
Fox News generally does very well in the ratings, but it was a more impressive feat for FBN. FBN’s big Republican debate last week delivered over 13 million total viewers, 3.7 million in the 25-54 demographic.  (text from Mediaite).
Fox News also topped all of cable in total daytime ratings, with an average 1.4 million viewers across the week.

Has the Pentagon decided to act outside the will of Obama?

After reading the article by Byron York, here,  you will understand more about Obama's distressing "rules of engagement."  Turns out that he believes you can wage an effective war against ISIS without killing any,  and I mean "any" civilians   . . . .   no collateral damage.  

So,  he lost the war in Afghanistan because he could not allow collateral damage.  And now,  that is where we are,  as a military force,  in the battle against ISIS.  

So our planes destroyed 116 trucks hauling oil to the black market,  for ISIS.  There are only 300 trucks in the ISIS force and we destroyed 116 of them,  yesterday.  Why did we wait 14 months to make such an attack?  Because Obama was afraid that some of the drivers might be innocent civilians.  

My question is this:  Did the Pentagon act on its own?  My guess is,  "Yes they did." 

Paul Mirencoff at Power Line has this comparison of the vulnerbilities of Rubio and Cruz. You already know about Rubio's.

Rubio’s vulnerability on immigration is reflected by the fact of his collaboration, as a co-sponsor of the Gang of Eight legislation, with the likes of Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin. President Obama was eager, to the say the least, to sign Rubio’s bill.

In the case of the USA Freedom Act, Cruz was a co-sponsor along with Schumer, Durbin, and the likes of Al Franken, Patty Murray, and Barbara Boxer. President Obama was also a big fan of the USA Freedom Act. After it passed, he tweeted, “Glad the Senate finally passed the USA Freedom Act. It protects civil liberties and our national security. I’ll sign it as soon as I get it.”

(Read the Power Line article, here).  

Fox Business reports 200 French police uniforms and weapons. Just how big is ISIS . . .

Liz Claman @LizClaman

So much news, so little time: 18 headlines with regard to terror. It is news item because the threat is very real.

Syrian 'Refugee' Already MISSING IN LOUISIANA...
Resettlement group admits: We don't track them...
Planeload arrives in Britain...
French police in nationwide raids...
HALF of America's governors say no to refugees...
MAP: Resettled in USA...
2,098 Muslims, 53 Christians...

More headed to 180 towns, but avoid DC, other expensive cities...

POLL: 52% Believe Makes Less Safe...
Speaker Ryan calls for 'pause' on program...
Belgian PM threatens to close some mosques...
German police chief plays down security threat...
East Europe United Against Merkel...
Israel Outlaws Domestic Islamic Movement as Police Raid Offices...

LOWRY: Paris doesn't need your hashtag 'heroics'...

Truck bomb parked outside soccer stadium in Germany. Afternoon game is cancelled.

Germany has agreed to take in more Syrian refugees than other European nations.  Could this bombing attempt be in response to that circumstance.  And understand this,  a truck bomb parked outside an 80,000 seat stadium is not what we call,  "Having ISIS contained."  There is some confusion exists about this threat.  Some reports have the bomb inside the stadium  . . . .   no truck. 

As the weeks  days  hours pass,  Obama's statement,  Friday morning,  that we have ISIS contained,  is all the more stupid   . . .   assuming that statement was not an outright lie.  

Hanover, Germany,  is completely shut down,  as to city travel and domestic marketling.  

27 states are refusing to allow Syian refugee placement. Good idea ???

States are rebelling against the Obama Regime.  Understand that Obama began his Administration,  back in 2009,  by separating himself from the conservative half of the nation,  including congressional leaders and state governors.  He is our most partisan president in more than 100 years.  State governors do not believe the Syrian refugee population coming to America,  will be fully vetted by the Islamic Sympathizer occupying our White House.   And with good reason.  Understand that since his ascension to the throne,  420 Americans have been killed or wounded via terror attacks that we know about, with more than 50 successful prosecutions,  250 active known terrorists within our borders,  and another 1000 suspected jihadi's on a watch list.  AND,  Obama has taken down our interrogation capabilities.   

So,  "no," most Americans no longer believe that Obama has a handle on this terror threat. 

A word of caution from Shep Smith, news boy at Fox News. (a great commentary, btw)

I am no fan of Bourbon Boy Smith,  but even I have to admit,  this is a great commentary   . . . .    not "good" but great  !!!  

The devolution of Black Lives Matters is proven in this headlined article:

Report: Black Lives Matter Protesters Assault Students at Dartmouth, Hurl Racial Epithets – ‘F*** you, you filthy white f***s!’

He may have inffected many.

Know where France got the locations for its air attack on ISIS, last night?

Know where France got the locations for its air attack on ISIS,  last night?   From U.S. intel agencies.  That's right.  The list of locations was our list,  but Obama refuses to use this information to attack these locations.  

Hats off to the intel folks who gave these locations to France. 

Our President versus the President of France:

Our President refuses to utter "Islamic Radicals" or any variation of that term;  he refuses to admit that we are at war with ISIS;  he refuses to allow our Airforce to bomb within  the city limits of Raqqa  ("Raw-ka") in norther Iraq  (guess where ISIS holds its offices and strategy centers);  he refuses to intensify our attacks against the enemy,  flying only 7 effective strikes,  daily   . . . .    kind of a joke of an air campaign when you know that during the Kuwaiti invasion/war,  we were flying 800 effective sorties per day.  

He just held a ridiculous and combative press conference,  in France,  at the same time President Hollande of France,  was holding a meeting with France's political body,  declaring that "we are at war with ISIS," and reporting a police attack against 168 domestic/ISIS locations within France,  arresting more than 100 suspected terrorist.

Sad.  ISIS is at war with the US.  ISIS is at war with France  (and all of Europe).  And France recognizes it is at war with ISIS   . . . . . . .   but,  the U.S.  is not at war with anyone.  

You should know that of the 180,000 in the ISIS army, today, 50,000 came from Europe.

Questions:  how many radical Muslims are living in the United States of America?  And,  why should we trust that community when so many (even if that percentage is "only" 15%) in the international population of Muslims are proven "radicals?"  

Spainish court issues warrent for Netanyahu's arrest. When will Obama release a statement in support of this decision ?

Editor's notes:  In addition to the question in our headline,  I must admit that I do not understand why the clowns in the Spanish legal system think they have a right or an obligation to issue such a warrant.   Understand that if this decision was allowed to become precedent setting,  it would mean that any nation has the right/obligation to pass judgment and enforce that judgment against any other nation.   Such a legal stance is actually a declaration of war against another nation.  Here are other problems with this brain dead decision:  Spain did not issue warrants for Putin's arrest in his violation of Ukraine's sovereignty, nor for the Castro brothers and their obvious and criminal human rights violations,  or that moron in North Korea, or the leaders of the PLO or Hamas or King Assad   . . . . .    why?  And,  why are my examples not devastating as a retort to the Spanish courts?  In my opinion,  this decision is not news so much as it is a revelation of the stupidity of the International Liberal One World Mindset, a community of political illiterates proudly represented by Barack Obama.  Don;'t agree?  Well,  here is my final question:  How long would you have to hold your breath before criticizes this decision ?   . . . . . . . . . .    Gotcha  !!!!   

JPost:   Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and seven other former and current government officials are at risk of arrest if they step foot on Spanish soil over the Marmara affair after a judge drew up warrants earlier this week, Spanish media reported Friday.
Other officials in the case include former foreign minister Avigdor Liberman; current and former defense minister Moshe Ya’alon and Ehud Barak, respectively; former interior minister Eli Yishai; former minister of intelligence Dan Meridor; minster without portfolio Benny Begin; and former head of the Navy Eliezer Marom.
Together with Netanyahu, and excluding Morom, the officials make up the so called ‘Forum of Seven,” an ad-hoc committee of ministers that made key decisions on security issues.
In response to the judge’s order, Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nachshon said: “We consider it to be a provocation. We are working with the Spanish authorities to get it canceled. We hope it will be over soon.”
In the 2010 incident, a group of human rights activists and a smaller group of IHH activists (which the quasi-government Turkel Commission Report identified as affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood) boarded several ships to try to break Israel’s blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Israel commandeered and stopped most of the ships without incident, yet when Israel Navy commandos boarded the Mavi Marmara, IHH activists attacked them, leading to some commandos being wounded and, eventually, 10 deaths on the IHH side.

Democrat debate Saturday night (Yes Dorthy, there really was a debate) was viewed by 8 million versus 20 million on average watching GOP debates.

DES MOINES — It took less than an hour after Nielsen ratings revealed a disappointing 8.5 million person audience for last night’s CBS Democratic debate before campaigns resumed their griping about the Democratic National Committee’s debate schedule — a point of contention that’s threatening to flare up yet again.
“We can’t fool ourselves — the Republicans are eating our lunch in terms of attention and viewership because of the unprecedented, unilateral, and arbitrary way the DNC Chair determined this schedule,” said Lis Smith, deputy campaign manager for Martin O’Malley. “It’s clear we need to open up the process, have more debates, and engage more voters in this process."  (Source of text:  Politico).

Editor's notes:  Me?  Well, I am not celebrating this pathetic revelation.   . . . . . . . .    I wouldn't do such a thing   . . . . . . . .    I am laughing to hard to even send my condolences.  

26 million watched the first GOP debate;  13 million watched the first Democrat or so we are told.  23 million watched the second GOP debate;  8.5 million watched the second Democrat debate.  

Understand that their problem has nothing to do with their "process."  Rather,  it has to do with the candidates,  themselves  ---- uninteresting and so to the Left that no one is listening.  

20 bombs dropped by 10 French fighter jets destroy an ISIS hospital, munnition dump and jihadist traning camp.

Editor's notes:  Just another example of something,  militarily,  our president would never do.He has had enough opportunities to prove me wrong,  but has the path of the Flower Children and Madonna,  who argued,  over the weekend,  that we should love ISIS and defeat it with that love. 

CBS News:
French launch “massive” anti-ISIS airstrikes in Syria  —  PARIS — Two days after the deadly terror attacks in Paris that left at least 129 people dead and 352 injured, a French defense official says they have conducted “massive” airstrikes that have destroyed two jihadi sites in the Islamic State … 

"Can't vett 65,000 Syrian's but O'Malley and Hillary say, "We don't care."

Did you all know there was a Democrat debate, Saturday night?  Me neither.  

Daily Caller:
FBI director James Comey said during a House Committee on Homeland Security hearing on in October that the federal government does not have the ability to conduct thorough background checks on all of the 10,000 Syrian refugees that the Obama administration says will be allowed to come to the U.S.
“We can only query against that which we have collected,” Comey said in response to a line of questioning from Mississippi Rep. Bennie Thompson .
“And so if someone has never made a ripple in the pond in Syria in a way that would get their identity or their interest reflected in our database, we can query our database until the cows come home, but there will be nothing show up because we have no record of them.”

What the adults in Claremont think of the children running the show at Claremont College (they forced the Dean of Students to step down).

I seldom post an entire article,  but in this case,  I really do not believe anyone will object.  The editorial actually gives an adult view of what is going on as to the current Black Lives Matters rebellion in our colleges   . . . . .   an adult opinion that stands as a judgment against both the our nation's rebellious children and a Black Lives Matters president (Obama) who offers his encouragement for such crap  on every occasion possible  ~  editor. 

We Dissent

The student protests that have swept through Claremont McKenna College (CMC) over the past few days—and the ensuing fallout—have made us disappointed in many of those involved.
First, former Dean Mary Spellman. We are sorry that your career had to end this way, as the email in contention was a clear case of good intentions being overlooked because of poor phrasing. However, we are disappointed in you as well. We are disappointed that you allowed a group of angry students to bully you into resignation. We are disappointed that you taught Claremont students that reacting with emotion and anger will force the administration to act. We are disappointed that when two students chose to go on a hunger strike until you resigned, you didn’t simply say, “so what?” If they want to starve themselves, that’s fine—you don’t owe them your job. We are disappointed that you and President Chodosh put up with students yelling and swearing at you for an hour. You could have made this a productive dialogue, but instead you humored the students and allowed them to get caught up in the furor.
Above all, we are disappointed that you and President Chodosh weren’t brave enough to come to the defense of a student who was told she was “derailing” because her opinions regarding racism didn’t align with those of the mob around her. Nor were you brave enough to point out that these protesters were perfectly happy to use this student to further their own agenda, but turned on her as soon as they realized she wasn’t supporting their narrative. These protesters were asking you to protect your students, but you didn’t even defend the one who needed to be protected right in front of you.
Second, President Chodosh. We were disappointed to see you idly stand by and watch students berate, curse at, and attack Dean Spellman for being a “racist.” For someone who preaches about “leadership” and “personal and social responsibility,” your actions are particularly disappointing. You let your colleague, someone who has been helping your administration for the past three years and the college for six years, be publicly mocked and humiliated. Why? Because you were afraid. You were afraid that students would also mock and humiliate you if you defended Dean Spellman, so you let her be thrown under the bus. You were so afraid that it only took you five minutes to flip-flop on their demand for a temporary “safe space” on campus. Your fear-driven action (or lack thereof) only further reinforced the fear among the student body to speak out against this movement. We needed your leadership more than ever this week, and you failed us miserably.
Third, ASCMC President Will Su. As the representative of CMC’s entire student body, we are disappointed in you for the manner in which you called for the resignation of junior class president Kris Brackmann and for so quickly caving in to the demands of a few students without consulting the student body as a whole. If you truly cared about representing all of CMC’s interests, you would have at the very least solicited opinions from outside of the movement and your Executive Board. You have shut down any room for debate among the student body with your full endorsement of this movement and its demands, failing to give concerned students an opportunity to speak. We are disappointed that you did not allow for any time for reflection before making your quick executive decisions to announce a student-wide endorsement of this movement and to grant these students a temporary “safe space” in the ASCMC offices.
To our fellow Claremont students, we are disappointed in you as well. We are ashamed of you for trying to end someone’s career over a poorly worded email. This is not a political statement––this is a person’s livelihood that you so carelessly sought to destroy. We are disappointed that you chose to scream and swear at your administrators. That is not how adults solve problems, and your behavior reflects poorly on all of us here in Claremont. This is not who we are and this is not how we conduct ourselves, but this is the image of us that has now reached the national stage.
We are disappointed in your demands. If you want to take a class in “ethnic, racial, and sexuality theory,” feel free to take one, but don’t force such an ideologically driven course on all CMC students. If the dearth of such courses at CMC bothers you, maybe you should have chosen a different school. If students chose to attend Caltech and then complained about the lack of literature classes, that’s on them. And though it wouldn’t hurt to have a more diverse faculty, the demand that CMC increase the number of minority faculty members either rests on the assumption that CMC has a history of discriminating against qualified professors of color, or, more realistically, it advocates for the hiring of less qualified faculty based simply on the fact that they belong to marginalized groups. A hiring practice of this sort would not benefit any CMC students, yourselves included.
We are disappointed in the fact that your movement has successfully managed to convince its members that anyone who dissents does so not for intelligent reasons, but due to moral failure or maliciousness. We are disappointed that you’ve used phrases like “silence is violence” to not only demonize those who oppose you, but all who are not actively supporting you. We are most disappointed, however, in the rhetoric surrounding “safe spaces.” College is the last place that should be a safe space. We come here to learn about views that differ from our own, and if we aren’t made to feel uncomfortable by these ideas, then perhaps we aren’t venturing far enough outside of our comfort zone. We would be doing ourselves a disservice to ignore viewpoints solely on the grounds that they may make us uncomfortable, and we would not be preparing ourselves to cope well with adversity in the future. Dealing with ideas that make us uncomfortable is an important part of growing as students and as people, and your ideas will inhibit opportunities for that growth.
We are adults, and we need to be mature enough to take ownership of and responsibility for our feelings, rather than demanding that those around us cater to our individual needs. The hypocrisy of advocating for “safe spaces” while creating an incredibly unsafe space for President Chodosh, former Dean Spellman, the student who was “derailing,” and the news media representatives who were verbally abused unfortunately seemed to soar over many of your heads.
Lastly, we are disappointed in students like ourselves, who were scared into silence. We are not racist for having different opinions. We are not immoral because we don’t buy the flawed rhetoric of a spiteful movement. We are not evil because we don’t want this movement to tear across our campuses completely unchecked.
We are no longer afraid to be voices of dissent.