Global Warming Debate Continues/Keystone Update

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Air Date: February 20, 2014

Host: Jim Schneider

Guest: Craig Rucker

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Craig Rucker is the executive director and co-founder of CFACT (Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow). For over 20 years he has provided expertise to a wide range of government, academic, media and industry forums.

According to Craig there has been no global warming for approximately 17 years. In fact, the temperatures have flat-lined. This was not predicted by the scientists back during the formation of the Kyoto Protocol back in 1997. So as far as real world temperature data is concerned, there is no global warming taking place and the warming that does exist is coming from the U.N. Climate models and the media.

Perhaps due to this indisputable evidence, the story has changed and now we’re being told that the increasing cold is the result of climate change. Of course the weather is always changing so the climate change supporters can always claim a certain kind of weather confirms the theory but nothing disproves it.

Regarding the Keystone XL Pipeline, Craig reported that this project would bring about 20,000 jobs to the economy along with increased revenue. President Obama has given it a ‘thumbs up’ in his rhetoric but if he decides to move ahead with the pipeline, that could anger some of his constituency.

This program also features 2 audio clips from President Obama and one from Secretary of State John Kerry where the secretary compares those who disagree with the so-called pro-global warming science with those who believe the earth is flat.

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