You need to research Antarctica first before offering a commentary.
Drummy is talking about the Peninsula, your first link refers to the Ross Sea area. The Ross Sea is an area that is often cited as cooling by you skeptics - which is it to be - heating or cooling? Though the volcanic activity is only recently discovered in specific location and extent, it has long been known to exist - Mount Erebus for instance.
The wider web site that the page you refer is on seems to exist in order to attack scientology.
Your second link is to a web page that comments on the paper you mention - it is not the original source that you imply and so cannot be relied on to report the full finding in an unbiased way. It says on the "About Us" section of that site:
"Acclaimed by those on both sides of the global warming debate, World Climate Report has become the definitive and unimpeachable source for what Nature now calls the “mainstream skeptic” point of view, which is that climate change is a largely overblown issue and that the best expectation is modest change over the next 100 years. "
Hardly an unbiased starting point!
The web allows just about any "evidence" to be found for just about anything. These are two very lightweight comments and links that non the less take time and effort to show to be the misunderstood science that they are. You seem to be like 99.9% of climate "skeptics" where you have made your mind up and look for "evidence" to back it up.
I have not the time nor inclination to debunk ideas and commentary that do not serve webspace in the first place and even less to allow live links to junk that doesn't deserve the publicity it tries to gain by piggy-backing off highly regarded sites such as this one.
Links broken - add http in front of what is there and copy/paste into your browser if you wish to follow them.