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  • Hot spot or not - Josh 335 Sun, 12 Jul 15, 4:24am
    It is good to see Christopher Booker writing about the 'hottest day of the year' in the Telegraph again. Paul Homewood's excellent posts, on which his article is based, are well worth reading.
  • Josh writes: It is good to see Christopher Booker writing about the UK’s ‘hottest day of the year’ in the Telegraph again. Paul Homewood’s excellent posts, on which his article is based, are well...
  • Fracking green - Josh 334 Wed, 8 Jul 15, 9:03pm
    Last Sunday Christopher Booker wrote a brilliant article "Why are greens so keen to destroy the world's wildlife?" He says: 
  • Wednesday wit – cartoon by Josh Wed, 8 Jul 15, 9:45pm
    Josh writes: Last Sunday Christopher Booker wrote a brilliant article “Why are greens so keen to destroy the world’s wildlife?” He says: When Professor David MacKay stepped down as chief scientific adviser...
  • AR5 heralds the beginning of the end It’s the beginning of the end. Watch the Giant with Feet of Clay crumble. A train wreck in slow motion. There’s more sense being said about AR5 than would have been imaginable eighteen...
  • For Immediate Release – September 10, 2013 On Friday, September 6th, the American Tradition Institute (ATI), a non-profit public policy organization, along with counsel from the Free Market Environmental Law Clinic (FMELC),...
  • Worse is better Mon, 25 Mar 13, 8:59am
      My original headline for this piece was I. BLOODY. TOLD. YOU. SO! but I'll save that for another occasion. All I wanted to note, really, was that these last few days the argument appears to have been going very much...
  • I have to chuckle at the battle going on with stick graphs this weekend. Choose your weapon, flat or vertical blade, real data, or proxy data with an arbitrary extension added by the special effects department. First, Christoper...
  • Telegraph columnist Christopher Booker has taken note of the Shakun et al takedowns here here here here here here and here at WUWT, linking it in with Michael Mann’s earlier proxy publications...
  • The BBC's reporting of David Cameron's recent adventures in Europe has been a disgrace. Last night – following the example set by that very exemplar of quisling Europhile values the Today programme – the BBC's...
  • From Dr. Roger Pielke Sr.some comments on the recent scathign report on BBC’s impartiality (ho ho) when it comes to reporting climate change Comments On The Global Warming Policy Foundation Report “The BBC and Climate...
  • From Benny Peiser at The GWPF: In a sane world, no one would dream of building power sources whose cost is 22 times greater than that of vastly more efficient competitors...
  • Greenpeace in our time Sun, 19 Jun 11, 9:33am
    Josh from cartoonsbyjosh.com has been extra busy this week. He writes of the latest IPCC debacle: Christopher Booker suggested a lovely idea for his latest article They did not use it there… it is here instead ;-) Oh...
  • I hope this photograph give you a good idea of why every summer for the last 12 years I have taken my family on holiday to mid-Wales, for me one of the most beautiful and special places on the planet...
  • Christopher Booker’s Telegraph column used Willis Eschenbach’s recent Open Letter to Nature as the basis for the Sunday column: Booker writes: On Friday came the fullest and most expert dissection of the Nature...
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