Day: April 27, 2019

BBC Accused Of Serious Errors And Misleading Statements In David Attenborough’s Climate Show


By Paul Homewood

The GWPF has now formally submitted its complaint to the BBC about David Attenborough’s Climate Change – The Facts:


The BBC programme, presented by Sir David Attenborough, went far beyond its remit to present the facts of climate change, instead broadcasting a highly politicised manifesto in favour of renewable energy and unjustified alarm.
The programme highlighted suggestions that storms, floods, heatwaves and sea level rise are all rapidly getting worse as a result of climate change.

However, the best available data, published in the last few years by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and NASA, contradicts the BBC’s alarmist exaggeration of empirical evidence.
In its 5th Assessment Report (2013), the IPCC concluded:

In its more recent Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C, published in 2018, these findings were reconfirmed. It stated that

Regarding floods, the IPCC’s Special Report concluded:

There is also no observational…

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Absolutely spot on on the two faces of religion

But @AOC #blacklivesmatter say that racism is just getting worse and worse


Introduction to Microeconomics (Lecture 4: Price Controls in the Oil Industry) Murray N. Rothbard 1986

Nadine Strossen’s new book on hate speech, why such speech should not be censored or banned, and its relevance to recent campus events

he most effective way to decrease people’s negative attitudes toward members of any societal group is to give them an opportunity to get to know one another.

Why Evolution Is True

I’ve just finished Nadine Strossen‘s 2018 book, HATE: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship, one of 16 volumes in the series “Inalienable Rights,” edited by University of Chicago constitutional law professor Geoffrey Stone.  Click on the screenshot to go to the book’s Amazon site:

Strossen was president of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) from 1991 to 2008—their first woman president. She’s now a professor at New York Law School. She’s always been a civil-rights lawyer, and this is her third book on the topic. Given her expertise and position at the ACLU, she was an excellent person to write this book.

I recommend it to all of you who want to read a succinct (186 page) argument for why hate speech should be neither outlawed nor censored by the government. (Strossen also argues—and I agree—that although censorship of hate speech is prohibited in

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David Friedman Speaking at the Freedom Summit – Market Failure