Rush Limbaugh, global warming, Al Gore, climate stations, global warming myths

If you only listen to Rush Limbaugh for one topic, global warming, it is well worth your time. Rush Limbaugh is one of a few credible sources of information on factual data concerning alleged global warming. As Rush says, follow the money. Just a few years ago the so called experts were warning of global cooling and everyday we are bombarded with more misinformation and exagerations. The temperature change increase seems to change daily depending on which expert or politician is speaking. It is the policy of fear mongering and using political platforms to save the helpless populace.

Listen to the Rush Limbaugh show as often as you can and of course go to his website and check out the links on the global warming myth. Here is an example of a recent link on Rush’s site:

“Del. global warming skeptic stands pat

State climatologist on opposite side of governor in court case

Enter Legates, a Ph.D. climatologist who received the title of state climatologist in 2005 from Daniel Leathers, now the head of the University of Delaware’s geography department.

Legates joined a group of scientists late last year in urging the court to reject the state claims, in a brief filed by the conservative Competitive Enterprise Institute.

“It is simply impossible to conclude that the net effect of greenhouse gases endangers human health and welfare,” the brief said.”

Read the rest of this story here:

For more great information and links like the one above, visit Rush Limbaugh’s website at:

Another great source for information on the global warming myth is a blog I discovered. Rush, if you have not seen this blog, you must visit it. Attention Rush Limbaugh and truth seekers everywhere.


The blog is owned by Anthony Watts and in his own words he is “a former television meteorologist who operates a weather technology and content business, as well as continues daily forecasting on radio, just for fun.” Go to his blog and search on global warming. His articles are based on solid facts and he exposes much of the quasi science such as that used in the climate station temperature monitoring.

Here sre some of his recent posts:

I always recommend that people search for the truth and facts. Don’t believe everything you read or here, such as from Al Gore. Just for fun, about a year ago I checked on the average temperatures in Antartica. Check this out for yourself. Check out the average summer temperature in Antartica. Keep your eye on the truth.


3 responses to “Rush Limbaugh, global warming, Al Gore, climate stations, global warming myths

  1. “Just a few years ago” was more than 3 decades ago and climatology was in its infancy. But one of the arguments made to promote global cooling was that smog particles were reflecting the warming sunlight back into space – which is correct. However, greenhouse gases have accumulated to such a point that its effect more than offsets the reflecting soot. Imagine what would happen if the soot was removed and the gases remain – very scary.

  2. Oh, oh, cit, it’s now climate changes…they can’t call it warming, they can’t call it cooling, so they will now call it “climate change”. I love it.

  3. For the first time in human history the Northwest Passage will be navigable.
    Michael Crichton’s arguments on cooling in Antarctica have been disproven. I think Limbaugh is on the wrong side of history on this one.
    While the polar ice caps are melting they are releasing tremendous quantities of potential energy that is cooling the regions like melting ice cubes in a glass of coca cola. When the ice is mostly gone the drink is going to heat up very quickly I think. Consider the symptoms while you’re waiting for big numbers on global warming.

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