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13 Facts About Global Warming That My Conservative Father-In-Law Will Hate

13 Facts About Global Warming That My Conservative Father-In-Law Will Hate

I’ve heard these arguments so many times my ears hurt. The biggest one my father-in-law uses is this: “The earth always goes through cycles of heating and cooling. Nothing we can do! Just gotta keep using up oil as fast as we can!” Etc. etc. I’ve tried (oh, how I’ve tried…) to present facts to […]

What To Do About The California Drought

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What To Do About The California Drought

Water, water, everywhere and not a drop to drink. That’s what comes to mind every time I think of the California water shortage. California, along with other western states, is experiencing severe drought. According to some climatologists, this may just be the tip of the iceberg. Models are predicting at least a 50 percent chance […]

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Real Or Onion: Survivor, Senate Edition?

There’s a game that I like to play on social media that I call “real or Onion.” It seems that the lines between satire and real life are getting blurrier by the moment, and when I see a headline I have to double check the source at times. So, when I saw that two sitting […]

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AZ Gov. Declares State of Emergency as Phoenix Hit with 100 Year Flood – VIDEO

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer declared a State of Emergency over Phoenix’s massive, history-making flood Monday morning. Long-standing records were obliterated as the city’s metropolitan area was pummeled with more rain in a few short hours than they normally receive all summer. Local meteorologists named the storm the 100 Year Flood, saying its the most rain […]

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Obama is Violating the Constitution! (Except that He Isn’t!)

Treaty: A legally binding international agreement, such as the New START Treaty, that has to be ratified by the senate. Accord: An international agreement, such as the Camp David Accords, that is not legally binding and does not have to be ratified by the senate. Ordinarily, I am NOT a fan of presidential power expansion. […]

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