Written by Angela Logomasini
Thanks to misguided bureaucracy and fear mongering from environmental activists, myriad valuable products are disappearing from the marketplace. Walmart, Proctor & Gamble, and Johnson and Johnson are leading the way by following green advice to phase out a host of valuable chemical technologies ...
Written by EIR
On September 20, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is scheduled to release its new regulations for constructing coal (and natural gas-fired) power plants. The buzz is that these regulations are more lenient than those EPA proposed earlier. Regardless, either version will deny U.S. citizens ...
Written by NIPCC
First, this week's news from SEPP, you will find the information regarding the new report on global warming further down the page, with the press conference information details..
IPCC:On September 27, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is scheduled to release the first part of ...
Written by IER
A number of reports recently have indicated that the oil and gas industry is responsible for a major increase in employment. The Energy Information Administration (EIA), using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, noted that between the beginning of 2007 and the end of 2012, jobs in the oil and ...
Written by Donn Dears
For 70 years, environmentalists have predicted the world would see diminishing supplies of oil after reaching a peak in production. The peak never occurred and the peak oil fantasy has been put to bed, at least for the foreseeable future, by the emergence of large quantities of ...
Written by Right Side News
E.W. Jackson Pledges to Defy Not Comply to Defend Coal Jobs
E.W. Jackson, Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor in Virginia spoke to mine workers at the Clintwood Elkhorn Mining Company in Hurley, Virginia about the governments' attack on their jobs.
Written by Mike Ciandella
Front-page story claims ‘near certainty’ on warming,’ warns of dire impact of climate change even though IPCC says leaks were ‘misleading.’
The New York Timesis quick to forget the past when it doesn’t promote their agenda. In Nov. 2009, the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ...
Written by IER
Across the country traditional electric utilities and rooftop solar installers are battling over a controversial incentive program for solar power owners called net metering. In many states, net metering allows utility customers who generate electricity, with solar panels for example, to sell the ...
Written by Tom DeWeese
Pressure groups and government officials are seizing property – with no accountability
This is a story of raw power, collusion and government corruption. A story that is taking place in countless towns all over America. A story of “reinvented” government, where self-proclaimed private “stakeholders” ...