LISTEN: John Carlson Show, Sept.1--8am hour

Was Hurricane Ida intensified by 'climate change'? KVI's John Carlson interviews UW Atmospheric Sciences professor, Cliff Mass, who scrutinizes a new media report claiming that was the case. Pictured here, an unidentified man takes pictures of high waves along the shore of Lake Pontchartrain as Hurricane Ida nears New Orleans on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021, in Louisiana. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

8am hour -- Pres. Biden's latest Afghanistan speech goes so poorly that his spokeswoman jumps out to field media questions, a group of CA school students are still stuck in Afghanistan, how the Taliban reacted to a message to evacuate the American students, progressive Democratic Congressman wants term limits on...wait for it...Supreme Court justices, can someone translate this post by a Kshama Sawant acolyte in Seattle?, lots of media hype about climate change making Hurricane Ida more powerful but is it accurate? GUEST: UW Atmospheric Sciences professor, Cliff Mass, assess the media claims about Hurricane Ida and the latest big CA wildfire (south Lake Tahoe's Caldor Fire), says the scientists' claims about rapid re-intensification pre-date most scientific talk about climate change, says the Caldor fire is in an area where forests haven't been thinned or managed at all.

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