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Climate Change Inquisition Gets a Taste of Its Own Medicine

Al Gore and a cabal of leftist state attorneys general thought they were onto something with their tactic of using the force of law to silence criticism of the global

Neil deGrasse Tyson and Al Gore Explore Climate Change, Life in a Naval Observatory and More

Neil deGrasse Tyson and Al Gore talk about climate change activism, the "GoreSat" satellite, "spider goats" and paths to abundant clean energy.

The 6 Global Warming SCAMS Perpetrated By Snake-Oil Salesmen AL GORE!

Climate Change is a hoax, and the peddlers of the hoax know it… Ain’t no punchline for that one. It’s just true. 1. Record Ice Melt?…Not Even Close Al Gore

Memo to Democrats: If ‘Climate Deniers’ Can Be Sued, So Can Frauds Like Al Gore

Don’t expect this logic to penetrate the thick skulls of Democrats looking to silence any dissent. Eric Schneiderman and Sheldon Whitehouse, call your office. The New York Attorney General and Rhode Island Senator who helped to launch the prosecution of … Continued

Omarosa Manigault says she is Trump’s ‘Valerie Jarrett’

The last time Omarosa Manigault punched a clock at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., the 20-something was replying to party invites as a scheduling correspondent for then-Vice President Al Gore. But next January, the former reality TV “bad girl” could get much closer to the Oval. In a recent interview, Manigault, who frequently appears on television in support […]

Something Fishy: Big Mouth Billy Bass

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Queen Elizabeth, Al Gore, and Tony Soprano all had one.

Ten Years on: How Al Gore’s ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ Made its Mark

Has Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth had much lasting impact in the ten years since it was released? The post Ten Years on: How Al Gore’s ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ Made its Mark appeared first on The Good Men Project.

After all the Accolades Some Inconvenient, Inexplicable and Inexcusable Truths Still Remain

Al Gore's pivotal film, An Inconvenient Truth (AIT), put climate change on the world map, and got many Americans thinking, and talking, about this worsening existential threat. There has been real progress with much of it coming in late...Show More Summary

This Climate Change Documentary Wants to Inspire Optimism—but It Just Depressed Me More

Ten years after Al Gore’s slideshow-based thriller, An Inconvenient Truth, made climate change feel real to many, a new documentary hopes to pick up that mantle. It’s likely the most important climate change film of the year, which is now virtually certain to become our planet’s warmest year on record. Show More Summary

Charles Ferguson's new documentary explores global warming causes and solutions

It's been a decade since Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth came out in theaters, and we're still at the beginning stages of addressing human-caused global warming.  Now, a new documentary from Academy Award-winning director Charles Ferguson,...Show More Summary

By Making Us Relive 1968 Sanders Could Propel Trump into the Oval Office

Full disclosure: I'm not a Bernie Sanders fan. Perhaps it's because my memories don't stop at the year 2000 when some believe Ralph Nader's third party candidacy cost Al Gore the presidency. Those people have to look further back in time--Bernie Sanders is making us relive 1968. Show More Summary

Stop blaming Ralph Nader for Al Gore's loss in 2000

To the editor: It’s unbelievable that 16 years after the 2000 presidential election, political commentators like Jonah Goldberg still make the fatuous claim that Green Party nominee Ralph Nader was responsible for Democrat Al Gore losing Florida and the presidency. ("Could we see a four-way race...

Our Best Chance Of Getting People To Pay Attention To Climate Change? Science Fiction

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“Our most persuasive medium for shifting opinion on climate change seem to be a certain kind of novel, and a certain kind of documentary film?—?specifically, the kind of doomsaying we find in Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. Truth is always stranger than fiction, but only fiction can frame life events as teachable moments.”

Al Gore’s Version of Global Warming DESTROYED in One Meme

Al Gore doesn’t seem to get that he is just DEAD wrong when it comes to global warming. This clown is such a hypocrite that he takes SUV’s and huge

Environmental Gore, 10 Years Later

(Steven Hayward) I know I’ve already drawn your attention to the 10th anniversary of Al Gore’s blockbuster world-changing film, An Inconvenient Truth, and done my best to help you contain your excitement. But, my, where does the time...Show More Summary

Al Gore, Paramount And Participant Celebrate Oscar Winner ‘An Inconvenient Truth’s’ 10th Anniversary

Paramount and Participant Media celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Oscar-winning landmark documentary An Inconvenient Truth last night with a party at SmogShoppe that featured its star, former Vice President Al Gore. The severalShow More Summary

Climate change flick 'An Inconvenient Truth' turns 10 -- get it for free - CNET

Online movie service Vudu is giving away copies of Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" for free for today only.

Reminder: Things Have Gotten Much Worse Since An Inconvenient Truth

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In 2006, Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth spread the idea of human-caused climate change far and wide in what is now considered a watershed moment for the science. But today, on the ten-year anniversary of the film’s release, we’ve made little progress toward addressing the grave planetary concerns Gore raised. Show More Summary

Tipper Gore and boyfriend Bill Allen co-produced an anti-gun-violence video

Still clicking: It had been a while since we’ve heard a peep from Tipper Gore and her beau, Bill Allen, but there’s evidence that the low-key couple of four years is going strong. Gore, who separated from former vice president Al Gore in 2010, and Allen, the former editor of National Geographic magazine, are the co-executive […]

A Letter to a Bernie-or-Bust Voter

In the year 2000, fresh out of college, I cast my second-ever presidential election vote for Ralph Nader. Later that night, I watched in horror as the contest between Al Gore and George W. Bush ended in an unprecedented electoral college toss-up, leading to a messy recount battle and the infamous Supreme Court decision Bush v. Show More Summary

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