As a government scientist, James Hansen took a risk. He said there are things the White House never wanted the American public to hear but he decided to to say them anyway. Hansen is head of NASA’s top institute studying the climate and arguably the world’s leading researcher on global warming. But this imminent scientist said that the Bush administration restricted who he could talk to and editing what he can said, admitting, â€œpoliticians have rewritten the science. Well now under a court order and four years late, the White House on Thursday produced what it called a science-based “one-stop shop” of specific threats to the United States from man-made global warming.
Archive for May 30th, 2008
I believe that most Americans are outraged and puzzled over the escalating price of gasoline every time they fill-up or even pass a service station. In response to the public outcries and queries the Bush Administration has been saying up to yesterday that the law of â€œsupply & demandâ€ was to blame. I think that most began to doubt that rationale as the price of oil passed $100 per barrel and kept rising. Whatâ€™s been even more puzzling and harder to believe is that no one could give the public any answers that made any sense and that there wasnâ€™t anyone that really knew why. Why was this happeningâ€¦..and how can it be stopped! The Lang Report hopes to explain……
Last night at the “All Things Digital” conference sponsored by the Wall Street Journal, Rupert Murdoch blew everone away when he said this about Barack Obama: “He is a rock star. It’s fantastic” “I love what he is saying about education.” “I don’t think he will win Florida…..but he will win in Ohio and the election”. “I am anxious to meet him.” “I want to see if he will walk the walk.”
Wowâ€¦.and this coming from the owner of the Fox News channel!