If I was Al Gore I'd already be pitching An Inconvenient Truth 2, because over the course of the last 12 months Hollywood studios have felt the full brunt of global warming like never before. In particular, three films have found themselves...Show More Summary
AND SPEAKING OF ‘THE EVE OF DESTRUCTION:’ Al Gore’s January 27, 2016 Prediction is Coming Near: The Earth Will End From Overheating. Which makes sense — after all, as NASA’s James Hansen warned on January 17, 2009, President Obama ‘has four years to save Earth.’ That no-so-final-countdown, one of many, quietly expired as well.
“At least four times in the past year, Al Gore has passed up opportunities to endorse Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, brushing off questions from People magazine and other media outlets with the admonition that it’s still too early in the [...]
They claim the attacks were planned by the CIA and French intelligence … to incite another war in the Middle East, or they were intended to distract attention away from a global climate event featuring former Vice President Al Gore at the Eiffel Tower. At Alex Jones’ conspiracy site, Infowars, editors are of two minds [...]
When politicians debate, there is a chance there will be some moment that works well for a candidate (Reagan's "youth and inexperience" wisecrack towards Walter Mondale) or very badly (Rick Perry's "Oops" moment or Al Gore's constant sighing). Show More Summary
The world is reeling this morning from the series of terrorist attacks in Paris that have claimed at least 129 lives. Over the last few years, a familiar media pattern has developed with these sorts of unfolding tragedies, one which played out during MSNBC’s coverage of the attacks Friday night. All the familiar elements were [...]
Sixteen years ago, Bill Clinton’s vice president, Al Gore, set out to succeed his boss. Clinton thought Gore should embrace the Clinton record. Gore disagreed. Gore banked on populist anger, ran on a platform of change, and lost to George W. Show More Summary
Al Gore Cancels Paris Climate Reality Telethon Due to ISIS Attacks The telethon was called 24 Hours of Reality on... The post REALITY HITS: Al Gore Cancels Paris ‘Climate Reality Telethon’ Due to Islamist Attacks appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Foo Fighters have announced the cancellation of the rest of their tour:It is with profound sadness and heartfelt concern for everyone in Paris that we have been forced to announce the cancellation of the rest of our tour. In...
Coverage of these wall-to-wall events is evidence of just how far journalism has fallen.
Following the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris this evening, former Vice President Al Gore suspended his Live Earth 24 hour telecast held in advance of the United Nations global warming summit scheduled to happen in the French capital...Show More Summary
The 24 Hours of Reality and Live Earth concert broadcast, hosted by Al Gore, set for Friday and Saturday (November 13 and 14) in Paris, France has been cancelled. The concert, which aimed to raised awareness about global warming, was set to feature performances in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, as well as [...]
"Out of solidarity with the French people and the City of Paris, we have decided to suspend our broadcast."
THE VERY DEFINITION OF BAD TIMING: Al Gore, who has been comparing global warming to Kristallnacht and World War II for over a quarter of a century before cashing out to the oil-rich Middle Eastern nation of Qatar is in France this weekend to host a “climate telethon from Paris’ Eiffel Tower,” AP reported earlier […]
Former U.S. Vice President, TV network founder and environmental activist Al Gore is currently hosting a live 24-hour webcast from the foot of the Eiffel Tower, the AP reports. Gore, who co-founded the cable network Current TV, and whose book...
Guests include Elton John, Jon Bon Jovi, Florence + The Machine, Morgan Freeman and Ryan Reynolds.
US Vice President and Chairman of The Climate Reality Project Al Gore is leading the global broadcast of The World Is Watching, a live 24-hour program from around the world to discuss climate change and activism with world leaders. The live broadcast will also feature musical acts from Elton John, Bon Jovi, Duran Duran, Pharrell and more. Show More Summary
Pharell and Vice President Al Gore will be fielding video questions for 24 straight hours.
Elton John, Jared Leto and Bon Jovi join forces with Kofi Annan, Al Gore and other world leaders ahead of Paris climate talks