Thursday, December 8, 2016

Mainstream media overwhelmed and outsmarted...leading to Trump being elected....

"The reason? Because people are hungry for the truth, and ready for that truth to be exposed.
And that spirit, and that determination, which is shared by countless activists, bloggers and independent researchers out there, "

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Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe appeared at David Horowitz’s Freedom Center and made the case for how his brand of bold journalism has turned the tide against the lies, planted & paid assets, scripted media talking points and cross-collaboration that tried to purchase a presidency for Hillary Clinton.
Despite outward appearances of a fair and free election in the world’s foremost democracy, the conflict of interest has reached a peak – literal presstitutes have been bought out and told to frame virtually everything in a light favorable to what was supposed to be the first female president.
Now, citizen journalists and determined activists have exposed that system. Wikileaks proved that the Democrat primary was rigged to keep Bernie from getting the nomination, and they tried to fix it for Hillary in the general election – but the anger and principled opposition among the American people kept that nightmare from happening.
Here is O’Keefe’s proclamation of victory – of slaying the mainstream, agenda-driven, propaganda media with the truth, caught on video:

James O’Keefe from DHFC on Vimeo.
As Dan Lyman reported, O’Keefe took credit for victory in the election by battling complex machine of media corruption inherent in many DNC operative actions:
“Social media is now more powerful than the media,” O’Keefe proclaimed. “The media is dead – we killed it.”
“These people are such corrupt scum, but the good news is – they lost and the facts prove it.”
“People are leaving the mainstream media because they want to know the truth,” he added.
Project Veritas played a critical role in the 2016 election, exposing some of the deepest political corruption ever revealed by undercover reporters.
You can get the media to react to your narrative, O’Keefe explains, and so ordinary people can do extraordinary things that even the NY Times and CNN can’t engender.
The reason? Because people are hungry for the truth, and ready for that truth to be exposed.
And that spirit, and that determination, which is shared by countless activists, bloggers and independent researchers out there, is why we are seeing the “Fake News” backlash – a heavy-handed and obvious attempt to blacklist the truth, and punish those who would dare to speak of forbidden topics and naked empires.
Read more:
It’s Happening: They Are Shutting Down “Fake News” Websites to Punish Alt Media Hillary Opponents
Digital Lock Down: Google and Facebook Take Aim At ‘Fake News’ Websites: “The Establishment Is Scared Sh*tless”
Times When the “Mainstream Media Created Fake News”… And People Died As a Result
List of “Fake” News Sites for Google to Target Released; Every Alt Site You Know (Including SHTFplan) Is On It
Collapse Strategist: “We’re In The Terminal Phase… Economic Pain Like We’ve Never Seen Before”
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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

A real scientist, a "skeptical" seeker of the truth....may he rest in peace and may others of equal stature pick up the torch and carry on the fight against politically motivated global warming nonsense.

On the sad passing of Bob Carter, a great scientist and friend

From Joe Bast
It is with deep regret that I report the passing of a friend, colleague, and great scholar, Dr. Robert M. Carter. Bob died peacefully in a hospital surrounded by family and friends following a heart attack a few days ago. He was 74 years old.
Funeral arrangements are being made and it will most likely take place on Monday next week in Townsville, Australia.
This is almost unspeakably sad. Bob was the very embodiment of the “happy warrior” in the global warming debate. He was a scholar’s scholar, with impeccable credentials (including a Ph.D. from Cambridge), careful attention to detail, and a deep understanding of and commitment to the scientific method. He endured the slings and arrows of the anti-science Left with seeming ease and good humor and often warned against resorting to similar tactics to answer them.
Bob never failed to answer the call to defend climate science, getting on planes to make the long flight from Australia to the U.S., to Paris, and to other lands without complaints or excuses. He was a wonderful public speaker and a charming traveling mate. He was not an easy man to edit, though – he kept wanting to put unnecessary commas, “that’s,” and boldfacing back into his manuscripts — but the great ones never are.
Bob helped immeasurably with three volumes in the Climate Change Reconsidered series, a series of hefty compilations of scientific research he coauthored and coedited with Craig D. Idso and S. Fred Singer. Just a few weeks ago, he flew to Paris to speak at Heartland’s “Day of Examining the Data” and contributed to the completion and review of another book, Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming: The NIPCC report on scientific consensus.
We honored Bob with a “Lifetime Achievement Award” at the 10th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-10) in Washington DC last June. I regret that I missed that event due to the sudden onset of shingles, and so missed the opportunity to see my friend as well as publicly recognize his great achievements in science.
We’ve updated Bob’s online bio, it is copied and pasted below. A “guestbook” is being created at Heartland’s blog, Somewhat Reasonable. If you have a comment or memory you’d like to share, please send it to Jim Lakely at
Please remember Bob and his wonderful wife, Anne, in your thoughts and prayers.
Robert M. Carter, Ph.D., a long-time policy advisor to The Heartland Institute and a world renowned authority on climate change, passed away on January 19, 2016. He was 74.
Dr. Carter was a palaeontologist, stratigrapher, marine geologist and environmental scientist with more than 30 years professional experience. He earned degrees from the University of Otago (New Zealand) and the University of Cambridge (England). He held tenured academic staff positions at the University of Otago (Dunedin) and James Cook University (Townsville), where he was Professor and Head of School of Earth Sciences between 1981 and 1999.
Dr. Carter served as Chair of the Earth Sciences Discipline Panel of the Australian Research Council, Chair of the national Marine Science and Technologies Committee, Director of the Australian Office of the Ocean Drilling Program, and Co-Chief Scientist on ODP Leg 181(Southwest Pacific Gateways).
Dr. Carter was one of the world’s leading authorities on the science of climate change. He was the author of two books on the subject, Climate: The Counter Consensus (2010) and Taxing Air: Facts and Fallacies about Climate Change (2013) and coauthor of several more, including three volumes in the Climate Change Reconsideredseries produced by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) and published by The Heartland Institute. Shortly before his death he coauthored Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming (2015).
Dr. Carter’s public commentaries drew on his knowledge of the scientific literature and a personal publication list of more than 100 papers in international science journals. His research on climate change, sea-level change and stratigraphy was based on field studies of Cenozoic sediments (last 65 million years) from the Southwest Pacific region, especially the Great Barrier Reef and New Zealand.
Dr. Carter has acted as an expert witness on climate change before the U.S. Senate Committee of Environment & Public Works, the Australian and N.Z. parliamentary Select Committees into emissions trading and in a meeting in parliament house, Stockholm. He was also a primary science witness in the Hayes Windfarm Environment Court case in New Zealand, and in the U.K. High Court case of Dimmock v. H.M.’s Secretary of State for Education, the 2007 judgment which identified nine major scientific errors in Mr. Al Gore’s film “An Inconvenient Truth.”
Dr. Carter’s research was supported by grants from competitive public research agencies, especially the Australian Research Council (ARC). He received no research funding from special interest organizations such as environmental groups, energy companies or government departments.
On March 3, 2015, Dr. Carter authored a lengthy correction of the scurrilous attacks by the environmental left against his friend and honorable colleague Dr. Willie Soon. Read it here.
In December 2015, Dr. Carter joined Heartland’s contingent to Paris for COP-21 and presented at the “Day of Examining the Data.” Watch his presentation, and comments about an anti-CO2 demonstration below.
Joseph Bast
The Heartland Institute

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The Simple Truth

"Truth is the cry of all, but the game of few." - George Berkeley

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Stumbling On The Truth

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Men sometimes stumble on the truth, but most men pick themselves up and walk on as if nothing had happened at all.
Winston Churchill

Monday, May 28, 2012

Battle For The Truth Over Climate Change

Yes, we must win this battle, for the truth, for mankind, and for science.

From the following article:

"The belief that CO2 is causing catastrophic climate change is the driver for today’s energy policy.

Based on a supposed “consensus,” politicians, and the nonelected bureaucrats they appointed, have, and are, making risky investments with taxpayer dollars (think Solyndra, et al); subsidizing “alternative” energies such as wind and solar that are not effective, efficient, or economical; blocking access to resources that are abundant, available, and affordable—which raises gasoline prices and punishes those who can least afford it; and regulating America’s most cost-effective electricity out of commission. The increasing energy costs are hurting all of America—individuals and industry—and our competitive edge.

Roger Helmer, a member of the European Parliament, offered these comments regarding wind energy and the entire green project in his presentation at ICCC7: “Wind plus gas back up results in virtually zero emissions savings. So, we are desecrating the countryside, we are wasting huge amounts of money, we are impoverishing our children, we are choosing poverty over prosperity—and after all that, we are not even achieving what we set out to achieve. This is madness, madness, madness writ large.”

"Echoing the war theme, Helmer offered encouragement in his closing remarks: “This is a battle that we must win. We must win it for America. We must win it for Europe. We must win it for our children and grandchildren. And, we must win it for all mankind. I’ll tell you why we will win it, because, we have two weapons in our armory that the bad guys don’t have. The first weapon is the truth, and the second weapon is the climate.”"

For much more information on the war to expose the myth of man -caused global waring and climate change go here:

Monday, April 9, 2012

What is NOT truth?

Truth is not the halfway point between two untruths.
Ludwig von Mises

Thursday, March 8, 2012

To Andrew Breitbart, Seeker Of Truth

I didn't personally know Andrew Breitbart but I respect his spirit.  We need more people like him, cultural warriors.  The following article is heartfelt and very good.  My comments are italicized.

My Friend, Andrew Breitbart

By Ben Shapiro


I recently became editor-at-large of Andrew Breitbart's empire, but I first met Andrew when he was still the unnamed other half of Matt Drudge's monster website. The year was 2001. I'd just entered college at UCLA, and after seeing the anti-Israel bias of the student newspaper, The Daily Bruin, I had become their token conservative columnist. My specialty was throwing bombs. The reaction to my pieces was absolutely unanimous: The liberals on campus hated them.

One day, I opened my email to find a missive from some guy named Andrew. No last name attached. It said that he worked with Matt Drudge. It also said he'd been sitting in a Westwood restaurant with nothing to read and picked up a copy of the Daily Bruin. He'd read my column, and he wanted to get together.
"Hell yes," I thought and told him so.  (Continued.....entire article here:)

(The following are some excerpts I found significant.  Peter)

"Andrew was also a warrior, of course. Now that he's gone, people will characterize him as angry, which he was but only at injustice."
(By definition, my definition anyway, those seeking the truth must always, first and foremost, battle injustice.  Injustice is based on lies, usually intentional.  Injustice can be overcome, but the underlying evil behind it, can never nor should it be forgiven.  Honesty and fairness is the basis for all peaceful and productive human interaction; without it we really have nothing more than animal instinct.  Andrew Breitbart seems to have understood that and his mission in life was to expose injustice wherever he found it.  We will all miss that spirit and talent.  Peter)

"Everybody got along with him. He surrounded himself with people you'd never expect -- Orthodox Jews and liberal agnostics, libertarians and social conservatives, goofballs and the most serious of the serious. He liked everybody, and everybody liked him."
(Conservatives are usually characterized by their opponents in the liberal medial as being narrow minded bigots; Andrew was by all accounts just the opposite.  The irony is that it is "liberals" who most often display close-mindedness, bigotry, and hatred, athough they are lax to admit it.  We see this on a daily basis in the mainstream media.  The hypocrisy is palpable.  Peter)

"Andrew wasn't religious, but he believed deeply in the moral fabric of the nation. He knew the value of the American system of government and thought, and he would not stop fighting for it. Most of all, Andrew loved truth. He hated falsity, whether interpersonal or journalistic or political. He hated hypocrisy and couldn't stand two-faced politicians (as Anthony Weiner can attest). He was not a manipulator. He was unwaveringly honest, sometimes to his own detriment. He loved culture and hated ignorance."  (We are all Americans.  We have a rich and invaluable heritage, not perfect of course, but worth expanding upon the good.  The jealosy, envy, class warfare, and hatred being used to divide this country purely for reasons of obtaining or maintaining political power, hurt and pain me deeply.  Peter)

Thank you for your personal stories Mr. Shapiro.

"When my father heard about his death, he wrote me, "You know how I always say that when someone vivid dies some light goes out of the world?"
( A light has definitely gone out of the world with the passing of Andrew Breitbart.  Peter)