Joe Bastardi is a professional meteorologist and weather forecaster. He is a frequent guest on TV news shows. Bastardi is an outspoken denier of human-induced global warming who is at odds with the scientific consensus.
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This bestselling series takes on its most controversial subject yet: The Mob. With nearly 18 million copies sold worldwide, the tenth book in this popular narrative history series covers the brutal history of 20th Century organized crime in the United States, from the prohibition-busting bank robbers of the Depression Era to the power struggles of the "Five Families." O'Reilly and Dugard expertly plumb the history of the nation's most notorious mob family bosses and their true-life escapades, bringing this riveting crime novel to life. Get ready for their greatest success yet with Killing the Mob.
.@BillOReilly book Killing the Mob is page turner. I. Highly recommend it – source
Uncover the truth with The Great Global Warming Blunder. Former senior NASA climatologist Roy W. Spencer breaks down major scientific findings to challenge conventional wisdom on climate change, exposing how researchers mistook cause and effect when analyzing cloud behavior. Learn how recent warming is not caused by human activity, but rather by internal natural cycles. Spencer's book is a much-needed call for debate as misguided global warming policies continue to threaten the lives of the world's poorest, most vulnerable citizens.
May I suggest some great reads from Dr Roy Spencer: – source
A lifelong environmental activist and energy expert speaks out about the rise of apocalyptic environmentalism in his thought-provoking book. Michael Shellenberger separates science from fiction by providing basic facts that most remain ignorant of. He sheds light on the powerful financial interests, desires for status and power, and the spiritual impulse of supposedly secular people for transcendence that drives this apocalyptic environmentalism. The new religion is failing to satisfy our deepest psychological and existential needs, and Shellenberger's book is an eye-opening read for anyone who wants to understand the many complex issues at play.
@ShellenbergerMD great book Apocalypse Never: Why Environmental Alarmism Hurts us All reveals a lot of what was written about a couple of years ago in my book Heartening to read it from someone from that side of the fence – source
"Profiles in Corruption" by Peter Schweizer is a groundbreaking investigative report that exposes the private finances and secret deals of America's top progressive politicians. From insider deals to bending the law, "Profiles in Corruption" uncovers corruption and abuse of power with never-before-reported revelations backed up by a mountain of corporate documents and legal filings from around the globe. Learn about how these politicians are making sweetheart deals, generating side income, and advancing their own interests. This book contains tomorrow's headlines.
Must read the book Profiles in Corruption – source
This thought-provoking book by a bestselling author argues for an economics of hope, showing how cultural evolution through commerce, technology, innovation, and change can increase human prosperity. With humor and ingenuity, the author presents a bold interpretation of economic history that will appeal to fans of works by Jared Diamond, Niall Ferguson, and Thomas Friedman.
matt has a great book The Rational Optimist. He is truly one of the best out there on laying facts out that counter what we are seeing today – source
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Wrestling with Angels takes readers on a journey around the world through the eyes of author Daniel Gabriel. This engaging fiction explores the complexities of collisions between different cultures, people, and even supernatural phenomena. Gabriel's characters navigate crossroads in their lives that often lead to devastating consequences. Gain a unique perspective on the struggles of today's globalized society.
Great book by masters world champion wrestler John Hanrahan. You got to read it – source