Written by CFACT
Over the past several months people have asked CFACT a number of questions about climate change, energy and the environment. We responded to them, and then decided to compile their questions and our answers below that present these science-based issues in brief, understandable, lay terms.
Written by Paul Driessen
Greens hate natural gas and fracking, but costly, parasitic wind energy can’t live without it
Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing have boosted shale gas production from zero a few years ago to 10% of all US energy supplies in 2012, observes energy analyst Daniel Yergin. Fracking has also ...
Written by Rusty Weiss
In a weekly address to the nation back in March, President Obama addressed the crippling effect of gas prices on the economy, citing the creation of 'thousands' of American jobs through his renewable energy plan, and stating simply, "we can't drill our way out of this problem."
Written by Paul Driessen
Opposition to the Canadian oil sands and Keystone Pipeline reflects debased moral code
The duplicity and hypocrisy of environmental pressure groups seem to be matched only by their consummate skill at manipulating public opinion, amassing political power, securing taxpayer-funded government grants, ...
Written by Tom DeWeese
19 counties in Southern Virginia are being included in a proposed Heritage Area called The Crooked Road National Heritage Area. The excuse for this new federal land control program is that it will honor and bring nationwide attention to the rich musical heritage of the area that was home to such ...
Written by Right Side News
Liberty is our nation’s central organizing principle, and environmental policies must therefore be consistent with this principle. Policies that emanate from liberty are consistent with holding human well-being as the most important measure of environmental policy. Freedom fosters scientific ...
Written by Eric Cornett
By Eric Cornett, Right Side News
When I was initially approached to pen a series of articles on technological threats to the freedoms we enjoy in America, I figured I might do a two or three part series on Smart Metersand move on to other topics. But as I began to research this topic I started to ...
Written by Arnold Ahlert
If the shocking allegations contained in a lawsuit filed last Friday by responsible science advocate Steven Milloy are accurate, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a major scandal on its hands. As reported by the National Legal and Policy Center, Milloy initiated litigation in ...
Written by David W. Kreutzer, Ph.D.
Testimony Before The Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Power, United States House of Representatives, September 11, 2012
My name is David Kreutzer. I am Research Fellow in Energy Economics and Climate Change at The Heritage Foundation. The views I express in this testimony ...