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WATCH: The Best Table Tennis Rally Ever?

The Commonwealth Games in Glasgow have produced an amazing table tennis rally, with Singapore's Ning Gao taking on Nigeria's Segun Toriola in an incredible 41-shot rally. Jul 29, 2014 5:26 AM PT

James Delingpole Interviews Bob Carter: 'Their Tactic is to Never Discuss the Science'

Bob Carter’s recent appearance on the BBC caused a predictable response from the climate movement: sceptics should not be allowed in print or broadcast media. In this conversation, James and Bob discuss the way in which the mainstream science and media close ranks against dissenting scientific opinion, epitomised by the reaction to his BBC segment. “Bias is not a strong enough word”, explains Bob, reflecting on years of the climate establishment’s intransigence. He is happy to talk and debate the science with them, but are they prepared to even listen? Jul 28, 2014 9:55 AM PT

Facebook Says 'Death To Jews' Group Falls Within Community Standards

Social networking website Facebook has stated that a group created by anti-Semitic users entitled, "Death to zionst [sic] baby killer israeli jews" falls within its Community Standards guidelines, despite inciting hatred and violence against a particular race Jul 28, 2014 9:37 AM PT

An Independent Scotland Won't Be Economically Viable

With Scotland's referendum on whether to leave the UK and become an independent country drawing ever closer, scrutiny of First Minister Alex Salmond's economic plan is becoming more and more heated. Jul 23, 2014 1:05 AM PT

Pro-Israel Demonstrators Sound Missile Siren in London

Pro-Israel demonstrators sounded a missile warning siren in the middle of London yesterday in solidarity with Israelis who have just 15 seconds to find cover whenever they get warning on an incoming Hamas projectile. Jul 21, 2014 5:49 AM PT

James Delingpole Interviews Roy Spencer: 'Nobody in the Climate Modelling Community Foresaw 17 years Without Surface Warming'

Principal Research Scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, Roy Spencer talks with James about where the missing heat has gone. Is it, as climate alarmists claim, hiding at the bottom of the oceans? “All kinds of things are theoretically possible”, says Roy. But not all things are very likely. Instead, Roy’s research suggests that half the observed global warming can be explained more simply than by computer models, which try to pin the blame for all the warming on humans, and have famously failed to predict the pause in global warming Jul 16, 2014 3:45 PM PT

James Delingpole Interviews Myron Ebell: 'What They Want to do is Make you Poorer'

What is the best way to win the climate debate? Director of Global Warming and International Environmental Policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, Myron Ebell talks climate debate tactics with James. Is the starting point of the debate moral, scientific, or political? Why do the rank hypocrisy and the double standards of the green left fail to attract the attention of the mainstream media? Who benefits from renewable energy? How have they got such leverage over policy? And do they really believe the nonsense they publish? But most importantly, how can scientific truth and liberty win the argument? Jul 15, 2014 4:55 PM PT

James Delingpole Interviews Pat Michaels: 'You Don’t go into Science to Agree with Everybody'

Dr Pat Michaels is one of the climate scientists that climate alarmists detest most of all. But this has never fazed him. In this conversation James and pat discuss everything between the scientific reality of climate change through to the prospects for the next president. Along the way, Pat takes no prisoners -- not even the sceptics who he says are too keen to blame all of global warming on the sun. But it is the alarmists that Pat is most concerned with. Sooner or later the facts catch up with green zealots, he observes. From cherry-picking scientists to carbon-taxing prime ministers, alarmists eventually get caught out and thrown out Jul 15, 2014 4:44 PM PT

James Delingpole Interviews Climate Sceptic Rapper Kilez More: 'Take a Second Look'

James and Austrian rapper, Kilez More talk rebellion and liberty, and why they are such rare things in Europe. Environmentalism is as much a religion in Austria as it is in Britain, and this uniformity led the young rapper to wonder, as he had done since childhood, why. James and Kilez discuss the way climate change is forced into young minds. Kilez preferred music to his school’s attempts to brainwash him, but that didn’t stop him learning... Jul 15, 2014 3:31 PM PT

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