Republicans aren't believing it, they know the real reason thousands of temperature records were broken in March, 2012, it's a liberal big government conspiracy. In The Greatest Hoax, How the Global Warming Conspiracy Threatens Your Future, Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) explains how those perpetuating the Hoax of global warming want to benefit, and why the temperature records over the last month, last year, or any scientific baloney or measurements can be anything but blatant and categorical lies.
..."Across the nation, over 7,500 daily record high temperatures were set in March 2012," Weather Channel meteorologist Chris Dolce reported....
President "Hamas Relief Flotilla" Islamist Erdogran of Turkey says only disarmed Kurds can defend Kobani from Erdogran's Sunni proxy army ISIS:
Turkey says Peshmerga forces shouldn’t carry guns while crossing border
Turkey has stated the Kurdish forces of Peshmerga that are due to go to Kobani in northern Syrian should not carry arms as they cross Turkish border into Syria.
By Shaun Walker in Moscow, The Guardian, Oct. 24, 2014
Vladimir Putin used a meeting with foreign journalists and Russia experts to rail against the United States and the current world order, blaming Washington for many current global problems, including unrest in Ukraine and Islamic terrorism.
Putin said that over the past two decades, the US had behaved as if it were someone “nouveau riche who had suddenly received a lot of wealth – in this case, global leadership”. Instead of using its powers wisely, said Putin, the US had created a unilateral and unfair system [....]
Goldman Sachs (see The Great American Bubble Machine) and Blackstone to the rescue of "undermanaged from a yield perspective" housing built with public funds for the poor/disabled in cash starved Spain:
This is something I have noticed here in Florida. I also think Fox News is losing it's viewers for the same reason.
Midterm elections are all about turning out base constituencies. Over the last few decades, there have been few more reliable voters for Republicans than white evangelical Protestants. This year, however, GOP candidates may be getting less help from this group—not because white evangelical Protestants are becoming less supportive or less motivated, but simply because they are declining as a proportion of the population, even in Southern states.