Frozen in Time
Oct 23, 2006
Remember Global Cooling?:  Why scientists find climate change so hard to predict.

Jerry Adler, Newsweek

Jun 26, 2006
Spin canít hide the facts concerning the hockey stick

Stephen McIntyre and Ross McKitrick

May 20, 2004
We’re Doomed Again

Ronald Bailey, Wall Street Journal

Aug 12, 2000
Albert Gore Jr.: Occidental and Oriental Connections

BY MICAH MORRISON, Wall Street Journal

On his 1998 tax returns under “supplemental income,” Vice President Al Gore lists a $20,000 royalty payment from Union Zinc Inc. for the right to mine zinc from his 88-acre farm here in the verdant hills of the Cumberland River valley. In the 25 years he has held the zinc lease, Mr. Gore has earned more than $450,000. 

Jun 29, 2000
Al Gore, Environmentalist and Zinc Miner

BY MICAH MORRISON, Wall Street Journal

On his most recent tax return, as he has the past 25 years, Vice President Al Gore lists a $20,000 mining royalty for the extraction of zinc from beneath his farm here in the bucolic hills of the Cumberland River Valley. In total, Mr. Gore has earned $500,000 from zinc royalties. His late father, the senator, introduced him not only to the double-bladed ax but also to Armand Hammer, chairman of Occidental Petroleum Corp., which sold the zinc-rich land to the Gore family in 1973. 

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