Written by Ben Lieberman
In the midst of a recession, costly environmental legislation is not an easy sell. For that reason, the Obama Administration and congressional proponents of an aggressive environmental agenda have tried to recast their policies as a boost to--rather than a drain on--the ...
Written by James M. Taylor - The Heartland Institute
A trio of House legislators - two Democrats and one Republican - has introduced a bill to block the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gases. House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson (D-MN), Rep. Ike Skelton (D-MO) and Rep. Jo Ann Emerson (R-MO) introduced ...
Written by Right Side News
The American people need to join in and call for full transparency in the deceptive practices of all organizations involved.
A new research paper from Joe D'Aleo and Anthony Watts exposes gross errors in the surface temperature record where government policy making is based in regards to ...
Written by Joe D'Aleo
The mainstream mediasphere and the alarmist blogosphere has been ignoring or dismissing the dominos of global warming collapsing as the fraudulent machinations of the IPCC are exposed, NOAA and NASA and CRU data manipulation is revealed and their heroes ...
Written by SEPP.org
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Quote of the Week
"If the IPCC wasn't there, why would anyone be worried about climate change?" Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Science, February 5, 2010
Written by Paul Driessen
SEC says companies must disclose risks due to climate change. Seize the opportunity.
We are not weighing in on the climate debate. We are not opining on whether the world's climate is changing, at what pace or due to what causes, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Shapiro insisted ...
Written by Rich Trzupek - FrontPageMag.com
Judged simply by their content, it would be easy to misidentify the speaker who uttered the following quotes:
"The effects of global warming have touched every continent. Drought and deserts are spreading, while from the other floods and hurricanes unseen before the previous decades have now ...
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
Whether or not the groundhog sees his shadow on February 2, there's no denying that January put into a deep freeze the claims of crisis by global warming alarmists. Frigid temperatures destroyed fruit and coral in Florida, and snow fell on Al Gore's palatial home in normally warmer Tennessee.
Written by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Energy Report
Equities and Economics Report writer Victor GonÃ§alves, in this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, talks with us about what he thinks "being green" means for energy. It's more than having a smaller carbon footprint, and more about using energy efficiently. He's enthusiastic about the ...