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Telegraph Columnist Christopher Booker's Groupthink Report for Climate Science Denial Group GWPF Debunks Itself - DeSmog UK

There's a new .pdf out from the UK's GWPF that attacks the climate consensus as being a product of groupthink. Deniers are promoting this “paper” like it's very important, cartoons and all. The report's author and UK Times columnist Christopher Booker ...

Do male climate change 'sceptics' have a problem with women? - British Politics and Policy at LSE (blog)

On 20 February, the Global Warming Policy Foundation launched a new pamphlet at the House of Lords, attacking the mainstream media for not giving more coverage to climate change 'sceptics'. The author, Christopher Booker, is a veteran columnist for The ...

Dairy trade sours NAFTA negotiations with Canada - PBS NewsHour

As the U.S., Canada and Mexico renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, the dairy industry has become a major point of contention. The U.S. wants Canada to get rid of high taxes on dairy imports, but dairy farmers in Canada worry that ...

Filmmaker chronicles impact of opioids on his hometown - PBS NewsHour

An ongoing opioid epidemic in the U.S. killed 42,249 people in 2016 and has lowered national life expectancy. Journalist and filmmaker Alex Hogan has lost many of his childhood friends to opioid misuse in Somerville, Massachusetts, and in the new film ...

7 Storytelling Structures to Improve Your Presentations (Infographic) - Entrepreneur

In his book, The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories, Christopher Booker explains how and why all stories boil down to one of seven plot structures, and how these can act as outlines for effectively presenting all sorts of information. By organizing ...

Cancer treatment progress stunted by lack of volunteers - PBS NewsHour

As recent years have seen great progress in treating cancer, the country's second leading cause of death with almost 600,000 people dying from it last year, American researchers are struggling to keep the momentum. While they have developed more than 2 ...

Documentary gives new glimpse at Jane Goodall's early research - PBS NewsHour

The 1965 film “Miss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees” documented the early months of Jane Goodall's groundbreaking research on chimpanzees in Africa. Now, unseen footage from the making of that film will appear in the documentary “Jane,” which revisits ...

This filmmaker followed 45 years of change in Cuban life - PBS NewsHour

In 1972, intrigued by the promises of communism, then-24-year-old Jon Alpert sailed illegally to Cuba. For the next 45 years, the New York City filmmaker made regular trips to the island, documenting post-revolution Cuba through the daily lives of ...

Should states rely on nuclear power to combat climate change? - PBS NewsHour

As older nuclear energy plants approach retirement or are threatened by closure, states worried about climate change are figuring out whether to keep them running. While they are cleaner for the environment, they are radioactive and significantly more ...

REVIEW: The two Catherines — Frot and Deneuve — are a formidable double act in The Midwife - NEWS.com.au

Film Clip: 'The Midwife'1:35. Watch a clip from "The Midwife," starring Catherine Deneuve, Catherine Frot, and Olivier Gourmet. Photo: Music Box Films. July 19th 2017; 7 months ago; /display/newscorpaustralia.com/Web/NewsNetwork/Lifestyle - syndicated ...

Voyages of Columbus only the beginning - Knoxville News Sentinel

William Vassal was a founding officer of the Massachusetts Bay Company. There were clergymen like Thomas Hooker and Samuel Stone who organized religious congregations. There are at least 12 places in the United States named Columbus. They are found ...

Texas rescuers work around the clock in unrelenting rain and flooding - PBS NewsHour

Inundated by Hurricane Harvey, huge swaths of Texas are underwater and Houston, the fourth largest city in the U.S., has been virtually paralyzed. About 30 inches of rain has fall already, with 20 more inches possible. Special correspondent Christopher ...

In Gulf Coast cities, officials warn of coming floods - PBS NewsHour

People in the small city of Victoria, Texas, which was ravaged by Hurricane Harvey, started grappling with the aftermath on Sunday. While the city, about 30 miles inland from the Gulf Coast, did not experience extreme flooding, roofs were torn off ...

Hurricane Harvey evacuees describe 'chaos' - PBS NewsHour

About 130 miles inland from Corpus Christi lies Texas' second-most populous city of San Antonio. On Saturday, after Hurricane Harvey ravaged sections of the Texas coast, residents and emergency workers were caring for a surge of evacuees from ...

It's up against stiff competition, but the race for electric cars could be our leaders' maddest green mania yet ... - Daily Mail

The National Grid is warning us that if you are charging your electric car at home with a high-speed charger you won't be able to boil an electric kettle at the same time, because it could blow your fuse box. They add that you could get round this if ...

Classical Liberalism Is Incompatible With Imperialism: New at Reason - Reason (blog)

August marks 70 years since the partition of the Indian sub-continent and the beginning of the slaughter that followed the creation of Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan. The anniversary occasioned much intellectual self-flagellation in ...

Sen. Cory Booker puts marijuana legalization at the center of his new racial justice bill - Washington Post

Sen. Cory Booker on Wednesday introduced legislation that would legalize marijuana, expunge federal marijuana convictions and penalize states with racially-disparate arrest or incarceration rates for marijuana-related crimes. The changes are aimed at ...

Can some corporations become forces for good? - PBS NewsHour

While publicly-held American corporations are responsible to shareholders to maximize profits, a growing group of businesses say they're approaching their enterprises differently, with an eye toward environmental sustainability and workers' rights ...

Alabama residents left with one insurance option under ACA - PBS NewsHour

The Affordable Care Act mandated that all Americans obtain health insurance and created marketplaces, also known as exchanges, to facilitate coverage for the uninsured. But now, enrollees in five states, including Alabama, have only one option for ...

Al Gore poppycock: Rise of sea levels called 'greatest lie ever told' - World Tribune

Researchers are now predicting that sea levels could rise nearly twice as much as previously thought by the year 2100 – with man being the culprit due to unabated emissions of carbon dioxide. Christopher Booker, a columnist for the UK's Telegraph ...

Christopher John Penrice Booker is an English journalist and author. In 1961, he was one of the founders of the magazine Private Eye, and has contributed to it since then. He has been a columnist for The Sunday Telegraph since 1990. Despite having no medical or scientific qualifications he has taken a stance which runs counter to the scientific consensus on a number of issues, including global warming, the link between passive smoking and cancer, and the dangers posed by asbestos. In 2009, he published The Real Global Warming Disaster. In 2005, with Richard North, he published The Great Deception, an analysis of beginnings and growth of the European Union which has been regularly updated. In addition there are related books The Castle of Lies' which look at both European and British bureaucracy. The UK Family Courts and the Social Services often feature in his Sunday Telegraph section.

Christopher John Penrice Booker (born 7 October 1937) is an English journalist and author. In 1961, he was one of the founders of the magazine Private Eye, and has contributed to it since then. He has been a columnist for The Sunday Telegraph since 1990. Despite having no medical or scientific qualifications he has taken a stance which runs counter to the scientific consensus on a number of issues, including global warming, the link between passive smoking and cancer, and the dangers posed by asbestos. In 2009, he published The Real Global Warming Disaster. In 2005, with Richard North, he published The Great Deception, an analysis of beginnings and growth of the European Union which has been regularly updated. In addition there are related books The Castle of Lies' (1997) which look at both European and British bureaucracy. The UK Family Courts and the Social Services often feature in his Sunday Telegraph section.

FLEXCIT THE MOVIE Intro by Christopher Booker.

FLEXCIT THE MOVIE, The Definitive EU Exit plan, introduced by Christopher Booker, the Sunday Telegraph Columnist. The introduction is to a presentation by Dr Richard North, in 4 parts.Booker...

Christopher Booker -- Global Warming: a case study in groupthink

London, 21 February: A new report published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) shows that both the science and policy of the climate debate are shaped and driven by an almost flawless...

Booker, North Discuss who Governs Britain at the Flexcit Presentation.

Christopher Booker, Dr Richard North, the writers of the Seminal Book The History of Europe and the Great Deception. Meet to discuss how they met and to confirm that the Election over the EU...

FLEXCIT THE FEATURE, FULL LENGTH VERSION

FLEXCIT THE MOVIE Feature Length movie. Introduction by Christopher Booker Telegraph Columnist, to Dr Richards North presentation on FLEXCIT the Definitive EU Exit Plan.

Overcoming the Monster - the 7 basic plots

Today we start a seven part series on editing the basic plots. These plots are from Christopher Booker's work The Seven Basic Plots. First up is Overcoming the Monster. Learn if this is...

Christopher Booker Speaks at the Bruges Group Bruges London 2009

An Archive video. Christopher Booker speaks at the Bruges Group. He covers a variety of subjects - and the succession of FEARS which are plied to us constantly through Government and the media....