Science agrees that traditional methods of voting suck. Bring on iVote. It's 2014, and the United States still hasn't quite figured out this whole voting thing. Just ask Al Gore, whose shot at the presidency in 2000 hung in the balance over a collection of weird hole punches. Show More Summary
Al Gore publicly confirms he's thriving on a plant-based diet. Finally. Read More The post Breaking: Al Gore Predicts He’ll Eat Vegan for Life appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Written by Doug Powers The question in the headline is rhetorical, of course. In 2012, Al Gore warned of a continued lowering of Great Lakes water levels which would mean that by this coming July we should be able to walk directly from Muskegon to Milwaukee without getting our feet wet. Gore also eulogized Great […]
(Steven Hayward) Ad Age has a short article out right now about the colossal face-plant that is Al Jazeera America, formerly CurrentTV, which Al Jazeera bought from Al Gore for something like $100 million. Get a load of these numbers for viewership: The channel isn’t even pulling in half the total audience that predecessor Current TV managed. Show More Summary
Apple's board, chock full of environmental activists like Al Gore and Tim Cook, rarely miss a chance to polish their premium brand's image with the faithful climate change cabal. This happened yesterday when CEO Tim Cook told a skeptical...Show More Summary
Just, wow. These guys want to haul CEO’s and I assume Fox News before a judge for not believing we’re all going to die in Al Gore’s fiery fantasy: An epic struggle is currently taking place that will determine the fate, and perhaps the survival, of our species. Show More Summary
Three 6 Mafia, Mo'Nique, former Vice President Al Gore and more celebrities you'd be shocked to learn have more Academy Awards than you do.
Outsourced to Blue Girl: They gave us a republic...:: What's the Worst that Could Happen?: "Al Gore... spoke to a packed Grand Ballroom at the Westin Crown Center for about an hour, and the audience could not have been more receptive or friendlier. Show More Summary
In a speech in Kansas City Saturday, former Vice President Al Gore cited many recent examples of how the heavy use of fossil fuels is contributing to extreme weather events and trends. Gore offered a 90-minute presentation using photos...Show More Summary
Like a modern day Irwin Allen, former Vice President Al Gore brought his traveling disaster show to Kansas City. The Kansas City Star reported that Gore brought his global warming show to the Westin Crown Center ballroom on February 22 as part of the Folk Alliance International conference. Show More Summary
The billionaire behind the new $100 million ad blitz pushing global warming just hosted a fundraiser at his home with Al Gore that raised $400,000 for Democrats. Appearing at the fundraiser, former vice president Al Gore said billionaire Tom Steyer was "Mr. Show More Summary
It’s the same old tired stuff, Koch, anti-science, big fundraisers while claiming skeptics are well funded, etc., but at least there’s a new humorous label from Gore. ========================= Former Vice President Al Gore made an appearance at a Democratic fundraising … Continue reading ?
What if leaders of the US government started saying that population growth was a danger to the environment? What strategies would they use to stop or slow it? Government funded abortions, food suppression? This isn’t just conspiratorial thinking. Show More Summary
Everyone’s favorite uncle, Al Gore, is always hard at work to make sure people are in line with their carbon emissions and renewable energy. The hero of environmentalism is hoping to save the future of human civilization from something...Show More Summary
Truth is often stranger than fiction, and Al Gore’s missives are often stranger than both. Robert Schaefer writes: I just got back from the 2014 International UFO Congress, the largest UFO conference in the world, where somebody was passing out … Continue reading ?
As if it wasn’t tough enough for a book reviewer to get page space, now they’ve got to compete with Rob Lowe, Al Gore, and the silent half of Penn & Teller. Thanks, Grey Lady.
By Michael Bastasch | The Daily Caller It’s snowy here today in Washington, D.C., so it’s a great day to list the reasons why climate scientists think the global warming — which Al Gore said would melt the polar ice caps by now — has been on hiatus for the past 17 years. Show More Summary
Yes, wingnuts are still making the “how can there be global warming if there’s snow today nyuk nyuk nyuk” arguments: If you needed proof that God has a wicked sense of humor, look no further than the timing for the next big global warming hearing from Senate Democrats. The hearing, entitled “Extreme Weather Events: The [...]
Who had the most impact on the world in the past 25 years? It's not an easy question to answer, but it's one that CNBC is asking people to vote on, but on CNBC today, Andrew Ross Sorkin suggested another name on the list: Al Gore. This choice did not sit well with co-host Joe Kernen.