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Alan Caruba (1938-2015)

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Alan Caruba — who passed away on June 16, 2015 — was a writer by profession and host of several Web sites and blogs, including Warning Signs, The National Anxiety Center, Caruba Editorial Services, and Bookviews by Alan Caruba.

Alan Caruba — who passed away on June 16, 2015 — was a writer by profession and host of several Web sites and blogs, including Warning Signs, The National Anxiety Center, Caruba Editorial Services, and Bookviews by Alan Caruba. His daily column, "Warning Signs", is disseminated on many Internet news and opinion websites, as well as blogs. The National Anxiety Center is a clearinghouse for information about scare campaigns such as “global warming” designed to influence public opinion and policies.

Recent Articles and Publications

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June 10, 2015
By Alan Caruba (1938-2015)
On Thursday and Friday, June 11-12, there will be a gathering of some of the nation’s and the world’s leading climate change “skeptics” in Washington, D.C. and joining them will be members of Congress and their staffs.
June 10, 2015
By Alan Caruba (1938-2015)
The president of the Space and Science Research Corporation, John Casey, is also the author of “Cold Sun: A Dangerous ‘Hibernation’ of the Sun Has Begun!
May 28, 2015
By Alan Caruba (1938-2015)
In March 2009 while the Environmental Protection Agency was rushing to fulfill a presidential campaign pledge to document that carbon dioxide (CO2) and five other greenhouse gases endangered public health and the environment, a longtime employee, Alan
May 27, 2015
By Alan Caruba (1938-2015)
“Woe to the land that’s governed by a child.
August 21, 2014
By Alan Caruba (1938-2015)
In part because it does not use sound science to make its decisions, the Environmental Protection Agency has evolved over the years into a rogue government agency issuing thousands of regulations with the intent to control virtually every aspect of life
January 30, 2014
By Alan Caruba (1938-2015)
[First published at Warning Signs]I cannot say it strong enough.

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