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Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) barred state officials from using the term “climate change.” making Florida the butt of countless jokes. But the joke is on all of us: There's now a trillion-dollar real-estate bubble in coast property. When it bursts, U.S. Show More Summary
Blind and naked ignorance Delivers brawling judgments, unashamed, On all things all day long. Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Merlin and Vivien There are two ways to attack climate change. One comes from Rick Scott of Florida and the other from Mirthful Mitch McConnell of Tennessee. Show More Summary
Candidates over the course of a campaign, or multiple campaigns, can either stagnate — recycling talking points, never reflecting on or refining their own views — or grow. The liberal media like to define “grow” as becoming more liberal, but we have seen two candidates become much better versions of themselves, able to communicate […]
Introducing Roget's Denial Thesaurus! If there is a bigger display of foolishness than Florida Gov. Rick Scott's ban on the use of the phrases “global warming” or “climate change,” then we don't know about it. (Unless, of course, you...Show More Summary
By now you may have heard that Florida Governor Rick Scott is a flat-out global warming denier, even though his state is arguably the most vulnerable to sea level rise and other problems that are surely to come if we do nothing. But even doing nothing is too much for Scott. Show More Summary
Florida Gov. Rick Scott insists there's no ban on the phrase "climate change" despite reports to the contrary -- and despite a bizarre exchange last week in which a member of his administration did everything he could to avoid using the words at a state senate subcommittee meeting. But don't worry. Show More Summary
Daily Show host Jon Stewart piled on to the wave of ridicule on Wednesday against the alleged ban on Florida officials using the phrases “global warming” or “climate change.” Stewart showed footage of the meeting last week that saw state director of emergency management...
Lawmakers at a state Senate hearing laugh at Bryan Koon for dancing around the term. The saga of Florida’s ban of the “C-words” climate change is just getting ridiculous. “Even as Florida Governor Rick Scott denies reports of an unwritten...Show More Summary
In Florida Governor Rick Scott’s world, the perils of a warming planet somehow seem to be diminished simply by changing the words we use to refer to them. According to the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, Scott, recently reelected to a second term, commanded environmental officials at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)—the very agency in […]
Harrison Ford will be reprising his role as Rick Deckard in the 1982 science fiction film "Blade Runner," in the movie's sequel "Blade Runner 2." Ridley Scott, who directed the first film, will return, not as director but as the movie's Executive Producer.
In case you missed it, there are reports Florida Gov. Rick Scott or someone acting on his behalf has unofficially banned the term "climate change." Here we see how that translates into real life during a meeting where the topic comes...Show More Summary
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Florida’s Senate had entirely too much fun taunting Gov. Rick Scott’s head of emergency management last week, trying to get Bryan Koon to say the words “climate change,” which, as we all know, is a Banned Word of Power in Florida’s executive branch these days. Show More Summary
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has unofficially banned official use of the phrase
So there’s this “Florida” place that’s gradually being swallowed by the ocean, what with rising sea levels. But Gov. Rick Scott is quite sure that isn’t really happening, because he is pretty much the mayor of Amity Island in Jaws. If nobody in Florida government says “climate change” or “global warming,” the problem will just go away. Show More Summary
The Florida Governor's recent edict against uttering the C-words "climate change" turned to farce a few days ago in the Florida legislature. via Miami Herald Gov. Rick Scott's chief of emergency management, Bryan Koon, testifying Thursday...Show More Summary
A smiling Florida state senator mocked a state official after attempting to get him the say “climate change,” a term reportedly banned by Gov. Rick Scott. Appearing before a Senate budget subcommittee, Director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management Bryan Koon spoke at length...
He claims he didn't get the memo