Family Research Council

It's Snow Joke: NYT Predicts the End of Winter


By Tony Perkins
February 20, 2014

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On global warming, nobody's doing a bigger snow job than the New York Times. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. Last week, if you'd have asked anyone in New York about climate change, they'd have laughed out loud. People on the coast were still digging out from the winter's record-breaking snowfall. That didn't stop the New York Times from predicting "the end of snow." While others were shoveling their driveways, the Times was running a story about how dangerously warm the planet is. So warm, they said, the ski industry might be extinct in 30 years. In most of the country, all you need to do is look outside to realize how ridiculous the article is. But if the cold weather doesn't convince you, the science should. In the northern hemisphere, four of the top five snowiest winters have occurred in the last six years. And until that changes, the liberal media should take a cold hard look at their agenda.

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