Go buy his book, he will even sign it for you
Mark Steyn: What a Piece of Work on Mann and A Disgrace To The Profession and Buy Steyn's book to stick it to Steyn (confused, perhaps, but why argue with Mann supporters' logic)
Instapundit: Punching Back Twice As Hard
EBL: How did the EPA managed to dump millions of gallons of toxic waste into a Colorado river This is Barack Obama's "you've been dong a heck of a job" moment to his EPA head Gina McCarthy. It's not a climate change story, but it is a good example of how the government often makes problems worse (and is rarely held accountable for it).
Since we are talking global warming and climate change, Ace also had this on Carly Fiorina response to Katy Couric on climate change and coal. I agree with Chicks on the Right, I like Fiorina's answer (a lot). Merely going to the media with "your wrong" is like using that approach with your spouse that (only worse). Primacy has locked people's thinking in on global warming and climate change. You will not sway them with that approach. Taking their arguments apart point by point is more persuasive (I really like her pivoting on jobs, regulation, China and turbines chopping up eagles).
I also do not think it is capitulation to acknowledge mankind's actions may have some impact on the environment. Those wind turbines Carly Florina mentions, for example, have an impact on raptors and bats flying by. Barack Obama's EPA is having a heck of a negative impact on a Colorado river. Heck, even humble cow flatulence can allegedly play a roll with the climate (I swear it wasn't me)!
@AceofSpadesHQ Michael Crichton (RIP) and Bjørn Lomborg both acknowledged man made CO2 impact and both pointed out impacts were minimal.— Evi L. Bloggerlady (@MsEBL) August 13, 2015
Mark Steyn: An absolutely devastating summary and the big Finnish and when 'science journalists' attack