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MSNBC’s Alex Wagner, Guest Use Blizzard to Complain about GOP, ‘Big Oil Industry’ ‘Fighting’ Climate Change

During her MSNBC show Now on Monday, Alex Wagner featured Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University’s Earth Institute, who took advantage of the blizzard set to strike New York City and New England to ...
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On MSNBC, Bill Nye Hits 'Unglued' Viewers Who Object to Blaming Blizzard on Climate Change

A severe winter storm about to strike the northeast is caused by global warming? That's the unsurprising suggestion by climate change enthusiast Bill Nye on MSNBC, Monday. The TV ...
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Like Media, White House Misleads on Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Promotional video for ‘wilderness’ plan mostly shows mountains, flowers and animals, even though drilling wouldn’t happen there. 
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All Three Networks Fall for ‘Meaningless’ ‘Hottest Year’ Claims

Scientists accuse NASA/NOAA of misleading public, show temperature differences within margin of error.
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Say What? Resolve to Ignore These Media ‘Experts’ in 2015

From the dubious medical advice of Dr. Oz, to hypocritical comedian and Occupy Wall Street supporter Russell Brand, here are five voices to tune out.
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New Yorker’s ‘Climate Change” Carols: ‘Silent Night’ Cannibalism

>Christmas and global warming make liberal elites laugh.
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Greenpeace Activists Damage Nazca Lines, Peru Seeks Criminal Charges

AP reports environmentalists in trouble following stunt at archaeological treasure.
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‘Natural Cycles’ Blamed for California Drought Instead of Climate Change

When scientists blame other things, suddenly science is not 'settled’ according to media.
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$4.5 Million Up In Smoke: How Billionaire Steyer’s Anti-Koch Ads Flopped

NextGen’s 7,637 attack TV spots show how not to run a hate campaign.
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Only 'GMA' Notes End of 'Weak' Hurricane Season

Nine years without a major Atlantic hurricane hitting land noted by Washington Post, but two networks silent.
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