When I was 17, I was a volunteer for the Green Party in Houston. I was also the worst. I know this because I wrote an op-ed for the city’s largest paper to save my fellow Americans from voting for George Bush or Al Gore, a piece of writing that is impossible to read without feeling deep shame and embarrassment. Read more...
Britney Spears was a victim of climate change at the VMAs, though of a different variety than that controversial science of global warming Al Gore warned of. As the perennial star took to the stage to symbolically shake off the doldrums of a career slump and rise to her former iconic status, something unexpected happened... Show More Summary
"Don't vote for a third party," Gore told Think Progress. Is Al Gore still bitter about his 2000 election loss to George W. Bush? Or just terrified Trump may win? Gore did not attend the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, after remaining silent on his choice for president for much of the primaries. Show More Summary
RIGGED: C. Boyden Gray & Elise Passamani: How the media nearly stole the 2000 election for Al Gore. To hear the mainstream news media retell the story of the contentious 2000 presidential election, one would think that it all boils down to Bush v. Gore. The Supreme Court decision created huge controversy and poisons public […]
Al Gore has long been one of the highest-profile climate change activists in the United States. He created the iconic global warming presentation An Inconvenient Truth, and since his tenure as vice president under President Bill Clinton, he has spent a good portion of his time warning against man-made climate change and global warming. Show More Summary
Al Gore and Joe Lieberman in Tampa in 2000 (Robert King/Getty Images) It was six in the morning, on Labor Day, 2000. And where was Al Gore? "Addressing an overflow crowd at a fire station in Tampa." This was only one of the pre-dawnShow More Summary
Cartoon credit: DonkeyHotey via Flickr Creative Commons. By Thomas Kennedy Back in 2000, George W. Bush won Florida by a mere 537 votes, propelling him to victory over Al Gore and effectively making him the 43rd president of the United States. Show More Summary
If there’s one thing Al Gore knows a lot about, it’s losing elections with third-party spoilers in the race. Perhaps, that’s why the former vice president turned Earth warrior is encouraging other pro-environmental voters to support the Democratic ticket. According to an interview...
Are the Republicans who are declaring that they’re “with her” quietly admitting an inconvenient truth about the man who was declared victorious over Al Gore sixteen years ago? Notice the common thread that runs through the words of pro-Clinton Republicans: they’ve declared that GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is “completely unqualified” for the White House,... Read more »
Even if Sanders isn’t deliberately trying to replicate the electoral trauma inflicted by Nader in 2000—when he probably cost Al Gore the presidency—Bernie’s lingering presence in the Democratic primary threatens to produce a similar result in November. Read more.
FEED THE GORACLE: Soros Paid Al Gore Millions To Push ‘Aggressive US Action’ On Global Warming.
Liberal billionaire George Soros gave Al Gore’s lying environmental group millions to create a “political space for aggressive U.S. action” on global warming, according to leaked documents. A document published
"There is an adage in politics: Don't get in the way of a train wreck," said Democratic strategist Bob Shrum, a top campaign aide to presidential candidates Al Gore in 2000 and John Kerry in 2004. And, as Reuters reports, Clinton's advisers...Show More Summary
Hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish, the Second Amendment. By the way, if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks....
I BLAME AL GORE: No major US hurricanes in 11 years. Odds of that? 1-in-2,300.
It's not just mean-spiritedly attacking an older, frailer woman (though it is that too). In the campaign of 1992, Bill Clinton and Al Gore made a great show of pushing their campaign bus out of the mud (all of...
(Steven Hayward) Everyone remember Hurricane Katrina in 2005? The climatistas fell all over themselves to rush to attribute Katrina to climate change—it was either Robert F. Kennedy Jr. or Al Gore Jr. (they seem to be in a race to see...Show More Summary
History is apparently subject to revision without notice and without basis at the Associated Press. In an outrageous report primarily dedicated to the notion that Donald Trump's concerns about the November general elections possibly being rigged thanks to potential voter fraud "challenges (the) U.S. Show More Summary
When David Cross released his first stand-up special, Shut Up You Fucking Baby!, back in 2002, liberals had a lot to be pessimistic about. George W. Bush had snatched the election right out of Al Gore’s boring-but-competent hands, bringing the neo-conservatives to Washington along with him. Show More Summary