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When is it necessary for police to shoot a person? - PBS NewsHour

After police in Sacramento shot and killed Stephon Clark in his grandmother's yard, California lawmakers proposed legislation that only allows police to shoot people if there are no other reasonable options. But as Newshour Weekend's Christopher Booker ...

Mandrake: Telegraph star columnist says papers are failing to report Brexit coherently - The New European

The veteran EU researcher Dr Richard North – who wrote a series of influential eurosceptic books with his friend the Sunday Telegraph columnist Christopher Booker – admitted in a blog last week how he had given up reading newspapers because most of ...

CHRISTOPHER BOOKER: Scandal of 'killer' wood burning stoves and the question - is the political class's obsession ... - Daily Mail

The Government earned plaudits from the green lobby yesterday for its new plan to crack down on the craze for wood-burning stoves. As the Mail reported on its front page, the stoves chuck out lethal pollution, particularly from wet wood, and contribute ...

FDLE: Cigarette theft ring spanned 15 counties - FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement Special Agent in Charge in Tampa, Mark Brutnell, says two men are charged with racketeering: Christopher Booker and Quinton Moore. Brutnell says they traveled to different parts of Florida to steal large ...

A personalized approach to probation saved Arizona $461 million - PBS NewsHour

Christopher Booker: Because arizona considers Minkner a high risk individual, Watson supervises him under what the state calls Intensive Probation Supervision, or IPS. It's part of an innovative overhaul of the system that involves fitting the right ...

Trillions going to waste on climate change 'groupthink' - The Conservative Woman

The atmosphere of persecution that surrounds the climate change debate is evidence of a particularly insidious cultural phenomenon. This is 'groupthink', and it has facilitated some of the grisliest atrocities in human history. Christopher Booker, in ...

Off the Shelf: Deception in Life, Religion, and Politics - National Review

Booker and North add that the briefs Heath read said that national governments would soon enjoy less autonomy than an individual state in the United States. And “crucially, the [Foreign and Commonwealth Office] warned, 'there must be no mistake about ...

Youth voices take center stage at March for Our Lives - PBS NewsHour

CHRISTOPHER BOOKER: Around 10:00 a.m. the students arrived in downtown Washington D.C. to join the March for our Lives. But it wasn't just kids. Parents, teachers and even political donors joined the march. Ambassador Al Hoffman Jr. is a major ...

What a well-off couple learned from cutting consumer habits - PBS NewsHour

CHRISTOPHER BOOKER: 34 year-old Elizabeth Willard Thames, her husband Nate, and their two daughters, live in a home on 66 acres in central Vermont. And spending a weekday hiking around is vast departure from the 9 to 5 cubicle jobs that Thames ...

Documentary celebrates life and work of conflict photographer Chris Hondros - PBS NewsHour

CHRISTOPHER BOOKER: Chris Hondros would spend a great deal of time photographing the final moments of Liberia's civil war in 2003 – one of the final battles was fought on this bridge where he would take one of his most famous photographs.

Groupthink and global warming - American Thinker (blog)

A February 28 Breitbart article by James Delingpole begins the summary of a recent 2018 paper by Christopher Booker, published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) on how climate science has been manipulated by groupthink, with a ...

Do male climate change sceptics have a problem with women? - EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (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

CHRISTOPHER BOOKER: The cows are a lot bigger and there are more of them, but for the most part, the work here is as it was when Neil Rejman's grandparents started this dairy farm almost 80 years ago. Three times a day, seven days a week, 365 days a ...

Filmmaker chronicles impact of opioids on his hometown - PBS NewsHour

Journalist and filmmaker Alex Hogan has lost many of his childhood friends to opioid misuse in Somerville, Massachusetts, and in the new film "Runnin'" he explores their effects on his hometown. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker talked to Hogan ...

Cancer treatment progress stunted by lack of volunteers - PBS NewsHour

In tonight's signature segment, NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker reports on efforts by researchers to improve that low participation rate in cancer trials and to improve data sharing by doctors all in the hope of extending and saving lives.

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

CHRISTOPHER BOOKER: Jane Goodall is best known for her groundbreaking studies of chimpanzees. Her observations in 1960 that they eat meat and make tools, transformed the world's understanding of humankind's closest relative. The photographs ...

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

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 three families. The NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker spoke to Alpert, whose work will appear in the ...

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

CHRISTOPHER BOOKER: These technicians are part of 600 energy jobs that depend on financial intervention from the state of New York. Ginna is one of only four nuclear power plants left in New York, which gets 30 percent of its electricity from nuclear ...

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

While the city, about 30 miles inland from the Gulf Coast, did not experience extreme flooding, roofs were torn off, power lines knocked over and infrastructure was severely damaged. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker reports on the scene.

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 ...

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.

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...