ESR spotlight on Global Warming/Environment issues

Recent articles about Global Warming/Environment issues that have run in Enter Stage Right

Obama misleads students about climate and energy: Climate change actually has little to do with energy choices, say Bob Carter and Tom Harris

RFK, Jr. wants me jailed … as a war criminal!: Paul Driessen wonders if perhaps he should serve time for eco-manslaughter and crimes against humanity?

Eco-justice EPA style: Privileged planet; plundered people, Part 2: Last week Debra Rae proposed a game where the EPA had to make life and death decisions by figuring out people's value to society. This week the game reaches its logical conclusion

Protect the poor – from climate change policies: The Cornwall Alliance works to ensure reliable, affordable energy for poor families worldwide, reports Paul Driessen

What really drives anti-fracking zealots?: They want to end fossil fuels and capitalism, control our lives and impose eco-utopia, argues Paul Driessen

Prepare for a deluge of climate change hype: Alan Caruba warns that the coming week is going to see a massive propaganda effort on behalf of the climate change orthodoxy

Eco-justice EPA style: Privileged planet; Plundered people, Part 1: Back when Debra Rae was younger a popular classroom game involved deciding who was worthy of being saved in an emergency. She imagines what would happen if the EPA were making the decisions

DiCaprio film magnifies the real climate change 'monster': Tom Harris and Bob Carter argues that the real problem are monstrous government programs that perpetuate poverty, disease and death 

EPA's phony "environmental justice" caper: The agency's real agenda: empire, control, and inverted justice for poor and minority families, argues Paul Driessen

An economist's bad climate advice: Many of those parroting the climate change orthodoxy have been taken in by so-called experts who have a stake in maintaining a fraud, says Alan Caruba

What I did on my summer vacation – another climatologist's perspective: We should celebrate fossil fuels as givers and savers of human life, not condemn them, writes David R. Legates after an insightful summer vacation

Trampling on Coal Country families: Barack Obama and the EPA are determined to destroy US coal, people's lives and welfare be damned, argues Paul Driessen

Taxpayers, beware – of Big Wind's latest deceitful ad campaign: Facing trouble abroad, Siemens ads seek to tap into US taxpayers and wind welfare system, reports Mary Kay Barton

Greens are the enemies of energy: New EPA standards are expected at the end of this year and Alan Caruba believes they will be informed by the hate of life-sustaining energy

The hidden "persuaders" of the environmentalist elite: Left-wing billionaires direct and control the environmentalist movement – and your lives, reports Ron Arnold

"Climate-smart" policies for Africa are stupid, and immoral: Paul Driessen argues that Obama-Kerry policies would perpetuate energy poverty, malnutrition, disease and death

The carbon tax scam: Contrary to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy's recent claim, says Alan Caruba, a new agency plan to regulate carbon isn't an "opportunity" for the United States

The ethanol boondoggle: Ethanol may create fuel that is more "carbon friendly" but Mark Alexander argues that the evidence shows it also imposes a tremendous environmental and human cost in other ways

Who's really waging the 'war on science'?: When it comes to attacking climate scientists, the alarmist Left has the market cornered, writes Paul Driessen

Killing marine life with ethanol: Ethanol damages your cars, small engines, food budget – and kills Gulf of Mexico animals, says Paul Driessen

A great plan to replace the EPA: A plan to replace the EPA by Dr. Jay Lehr, who also happens to be one of the scientists who called for its creation in the 1960s, has a fan in Alan Caruba

Greenpeace showcases its anti-human side: A Greenpeace activist confirms every negative story you've ever read about this activist group, writes Paul Driessen

Science recommends climate model re-start: A recent article in Science magazine admits that current climate models are hopelessly bloated and yet unable to account for several variables, reports Dennis T. Avery

Holding Greenpeace accountable: Poor countries should hold Big Green groups and directors liable for deaths, ravage they cause, argues Paul Driessen

The idiocy of "Environmental Justice": Millions being spent at a conference this fall is just once reason why the Environmental Protection Agency needs to be shut down, argues Alan Caruba

Breaking EPA's climate science secrecy barriers: Paul Driessen and Lawrence Kogan report on a FOIA request that seeks hidden data and analyses that agency claims back up its climate rulings

Obama continues his attack on U.S. energy: By delaying approval of the Keystone XL pipeline Barack Obama has proven himself as an opponent of sane energy policy, writes Alan Caruba

Executive fiats in the other Washington: Two western state governors intend to get low carbon fuel standards, by legislation or decree, reports Paul Driessen

Fixing our dictatorial EPA: Paul Driessen argues that the EPA, White House and activists must no longer deceive America and rule by executive fiat

EPA's next wave of job-killing CO2 regulations: David Rothbard and Craig Rucker report that EPA bureaucrats are about to be unleashed on American livelihoods, living standards and liberties

Hollywood's hydrocarbon hypocrisy: Anti-fracking fervor underscores dismissive attitudes toward working classes and poor families, says Paul Driessen

A world turning against biofuels: Once hailed as the future of energy people are finally beginning to realize the real cost of biofuels, writes Dennis T. Avery

Carbon dioxide won't cause famines: In fact, more atmospheric CO2 will actually spur crop growth – if we let it, argues Dennis T. Avery

Just assume we have a climate crisis: The Obama administration wants to impose job-killing policies on the assumption that we're causing a CO2-driven catastrophe, says Paul Driessen

The slow, sure death of "climate change" lies: Alan Caruba reports on a counter-group to the IPCC and their efforts to combat the lies of the climate change orthodoxy

Big Green Goliath wages anti-Keystone war: The mainstream media won't acknowledge that Big Green has much deeper pockets than Big Oil, argues Ron Arnold

The loony anti-Keystone campaign: It is the symbol of Big Green's diehard opposition to hydrocarbons and modern living standards, says Paul Driessen

What's the real 'climate change' agenda?: The racheting up of the climate change march from the White House in recent weeks obviously hides another agenda, says Mark Alexander

Vermont GMO labeling law will set back America's food supply: Mischa Popoff argues that a new law in Vermont requiring the labeling of food made with genetically-modified organisms are an attempt to protect the organic food industry

Manmade climate disruption – the hype and reality: Paul Driessen argues that the White House brings distractions, agendas, false realities, and policies that bring much harm but few benefits when it comes to climate change 

Science, free speech, and the courts: Dare to criticize a proponent of the global warming orthodoxy? Alan Caruba reports that's how at least one person responded to his critics

Should California dictate US energy policies?: Paul Driessen asks can the rest of America afford California's Alice in Wonderland energy policies? (Can California afford them?)

Try to ignore Earth Day: Earth Day comes this week and Alan Caruba says, despite relentless media and social pressure, try and think of other happy things

Tower of Pisa policies: Paul Driessen accuses the EPA of using lies to shore up policies built on shaky foundations of climate, peak oil and sustainability

The methane hoax cranks up: Environmentalists aren't content with simply demonizing carbon dioxide, writes Alan Caruba. Now they're aiming their guns at methane

Organic activists need GMOs now more than ever: You can't fight a war if you don't have an enemy and for the organics movement, say Patrick Moore and Mischa Popoff, that enemy are GMOs

Perils of commercial beekeeping: Honeybees pollinate crops but endure stress, parasites and disease. Solutions are coming, reports Paul Driessen

More fraudulent science from EPA: Finalized Tier 3 gasoline sulfur rules will bring bogus benefits at high health and welfare price, says Paul Driessen

US electricity system in regulatory and terrorist crosshairs: The EPA and other agencies pile on costs and delays, as saboteurs reveal acute vulnerabilities, write Paul Driessen and Roger Bezdek

Relentless global warming "scientists" continue their scams: The science they purport to produce is under fire but Alan Caruba says global warming orthodoxists are continuing to fight their war any way they can

Calling the global warming charlatans "Nazis": A prominent critic of the climate change orthodoxy recently went nuclear and called his opponents "Nazis". Alan Caruba defends Dr. Roy W. Spencer's use of he word

Will the Supreme Court permit EPA climate fraud?: If it does, the impacts on our lives, livelihoods, liberties and living standards will be enormous, argues Paul Driessen

Greener than "green": Fracking is friendly to protected species and mosquito-devouring bats, says Deroy Murdock after visiting one such facility recently

Environmentalists target fracking: There's a war being fought in America and it has all to do with fracking for oil, reports Rachel Alexander

Obama's war on America: Killing coal to kill U.S. electrical power: Alan Caruba argues that Barack Obama's continuing attempts to essentially shut down the nation's coal industry is also an attempt to harm the economic interests of the United States

Carbon benefits exceed costs by up to 500:1: Paul Driessen and Roger Bezdek  say that EPA "cost of carbon" analyses ignore huge benefits of hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide

Fracking – Clean and green: Hatred of hydrocarbons should not excuse frackophobes from learning facts or speaking factually, writes Deroy Murdock

The ignorance and hypocrisy behind oil export bans: Paul Driessen urges help for consumers, security, environment by eliminating the prohibition on exporting US oil and gas

Build the Keystone pipeline, already!: KXL was AWOL from SOTU – along with real energy, job, economic and revenue solutions, writes Paul Driessen

The EPA's agenda: Undermine capitalism and America: If you still believe that the EPA is there simply to protect the environment from nefarious polluters, says Alan Caruba, you haven't been paying attention

America in lockdown: "Dedicated public servants" lock up lands and resources, lock down job and economic recovery, says Paul Driessen

Risking lives to promote climate change hype: Yet another global warming expedition gets trapped in icebound ideology, reports Paul Driessen

Crooked labs, agencies and prosecutors: EPA versions of Nifongs and Beales prosecute US hydrocarbons, jobs, living standards and health, argues Paul Driessen

'Little Ice Ages' caused suffering in Spain—as they always do: If the planet is warming, writes Dennis T. Avery, then we should be happy because colder temperatures always bring about widespread strife and suffering

A climate of fear, cash and correctitude: Trashing real science to protect grants, prestige, and desire to control energy, economy, lives, report Paul Driessen and Dennis Mitchell

Lies my president told me: Climate exaggeration and prevarication bring horrid policies and massive wealth redistribution, argues Paul Driessen

History falsifies climate alarmist sea level claims: Robert W. Endlich says that seas have been rising and falling for thousands of years – without help from the EPA or IPCC

Science and journalism take a vacation: Paul Driessen asks, Was the London Times snookered by Greenpeace activists – or willingly complicit?

Poland recognizes the real global warming agenda: Decades of oppression make Poles wary of being subjugated in name of "climate protection", says David Rothbard

Obama and U.S. economic suicide: Barack Obama is demanding that U.S. businesses use more renewable energy, something that Dennis T. Avery believes will further harm the already damaged U.S. economy

The environmental enemies of energy: America in economic chaos? Don't worry, says Alan Caruba, environmentalists are still waging their war against energy

Do the math – Count the cash: Al Gore, Bill McKibben and the color of money: A true religious experience, write Paul Driessen and Dennis Mitchell

Increasing clouds and thunderstorms for climate alarmists: Science-based analyses are gaining ground, despite bureaucratic tricks. It's about time, write Paul Driessen and Madhav Khandekar

Life in a climate cataclysm box: Like hermit crabs, climate alarmists scramble to find new ways to hide, when put in a box, write Dennis M. Mitchell and David R. Legates

Fallacious claims prop up ethanol: Paul Driessen has one question: How can members of Congress still support rising renewable fuel mandates?

Does global warming science matter?: Politicians are constantly raising science as the underpinning for their climate change campaigns but Dennis T. Avery wonders if they really care

The science fiction of IPCC climate models: Kesten C. Green, J. Scott Armstrong and Willie Soon argue that climate policies need scientific forecasts, not alarmist scenarios

The tax-exemption rip-off: Nick Nichols details how your tax dollars help radicals attack our energy, industries, jobs and living standards

Leftist hysteria over Monsanto: The left may be making the most noise about GMOs but Rachel Alexander says both sides need to be careful in the debate over Monsanto's products

Remembering the 1973 Arab oil embargo: Politicians, policy makers and journalists may remember the embargo, but ignore its lessons, says Paul Driessen

The latest Italian job: Italian farmers, facing insect infestation, pay dearly for Europe's anti-GM stance. So do consumers, writes Mischa Popoff

Arctic grabs gullible sailors: Environmentalists predicted that the Northwest Passage would be largely free of ice this year. Dennis T. Avery reports that sailors found otherwise

The biggest lie exposed: Alan Caruba argues that the biggest lie of the environmentalist movement -- the notion that human beings are responsible for climate change -- is being revealed as a falsehood

Real climate science the IPCC doesn't want you to see: Paul Driessen says The Heartland Institute has released their Climate Change Reconsidered report. Get it. Read it. Speak out

The New York State wind wars: Production tax credit lets Invenergy hide the facts and desecrate rural America, says Mary Kay Barton

To bee or not to bee: Paul Driessen says the ongoing reports in the media of honeybees rapidly disappearing are greatly exaggerated

The ethanol debate: The EPA appears to remain fully committed to its mandate of gasoline blended with ethanol, a policy that Alan Caruba argues costs the economy untold billions and distorts the global food supply

Stop denying climate science and ACT!: Collapsing science, economies and international cooperation require that we refuse to act, argues Paul Driessen

We paid for it. We have a right to see it: Publicly-funded scientists who keep their work secret should be censured and cut off from future funding, says Ron Arnold

Carbon dioxide: The "gas of life": Tiny amounts of this miracle molecule -- the target of such hatred by environmentalist and governments make life on Earth possible, says Paul Driessen

Putting bicycles ahead of people: Pressure groups and government officials are seizing property – with no accountability, reports Tom DeWeese

Not so bright lights: Environmentalists love to talk about renewable energy but Craig Rucker says there are a lot of facts that most people are unaware of that make it less than desirable -- particularly to end users

Global warming: It's happening again: Dennis T. Avery didn't think much of a recent hearing organized by Sen. Barbara Boxer or her chief witness

Ozone, Mo'Zone and NoZone: Killing our economy, jobs and welfare – for phony health and environmental reasons, writes Paul Driessen

Drowning in sea level nonsense: Politicians on the American east coast want to spend tens of billions to protect against sea level change, plans that Alan Caruba calls ridiculous

Libertarian environmentalism: Who knew it worked so well: For whatever reason most people don't think of libertarians as being environmentalists but Timothy Tarkelly argues that philosophy can offer some solutions without expanding government

Fracking brings employment and economic revival: But anti-energy activists promote falsehoods about this vital, safe job-creating technology, says Paul Driessen

Delaware's "future weather": We’re getting burned by phony science and authoritarian power grabs, report Paul Driessen and David R. Legates

Ten Billion and catastrophe?: Climate change is rapidly losing steam as a fear generator among the public so humanity's enemies are going back to an old campaign to scare us, writes Dennis T. Avery

Organic crops are tested for pathogens, right? Nope: We need to check organic crops for bacteria, to ensure they really are healthy – and safe to eat, argues Mischa Popoff

Hide your carbon!: Robert T. Smith argues that Barack Obama's recent declaration on the subject of carbon is based on very little actual science

A nasty organic hepatitis outbreak: Despite what apologist and promoters say, organic foods are not safer, and can be deadly, says Mischa Popoff

Obama's climate action masks hidden agenda: Barack Obama's Climate Action Plan won't do much to curb carbon emissions, writes Dr. Peter Morici, but it will do at least one thing

Climate alarmism's 10,000 commandments: EPA fiats threaten American lives, livelihoods, living standards and life spans, writes Paul Driessen

Obama's enormous climate lies: Another week and another attempt at outright deceit on the topic of climate and the role of carbon dioxide, says Alan Caruba

Greedy Africans are starving our cars: US politicians and bureaucrats have less compassion and common sense that average Londoner, says Paul Driessen

Precautionary double standards: Rich Kozlovich argues that wind turbines kill birds and harm people. Why doesn't the "precautionary principle" apply to them?

The continuing collapse of the global warming hoax: Slowly but surely, writes Alan Caruba, the reality about global warming is getting out -- aided by truth-seekers around the world

A climate debate: Both sides showed up!: Denis Avery attended the remarkable recently: A debate on climate change where both sides actually bothered to show up

Mindless "green" indoctrination of children: Fracking offers a case study of propaganda by environmentalists, teachers and fellow students, writes Paul Driessen

Prince Charles: Too "green" to be king?: As Prince Charles continues to push his environmentalist views many in England are wondering if the heir to the throne has crossed a line, writes Dennis T. Avery

Big Green helps Big Wind hide bird and bat butchery: Ron Arnold asks why do taxpayers have to subsidize this? Why do environmentalists give it a free pass?

The green enemies of humanity, science, and the truth: There's plenty of fabrication in the environmentalist movement but Alan Caruba believes that Friends of the Earth may top them all

A bee in their bonnet: Anti-pesticide activists falsely blame new pesticides for bee colony problems says Paul Driessen

A climate cycle delivered our cold spring: Cold where you are? Dennis T. Avery says there's a pretty good explanation for the cold spring much of North America is experiencing

Free market energy policies can end economic malaise: Non-comprehensive, none-of-the-below, Washington-dictated energy policies guarantee decline, argues Craig Rucker

Support drilling, fracking, Keystone … and exports: Paul Driessen argues that We don't need to restrict oil or gas exports. We need to open more lands to leasing and drilling

The EPA snake pit: To be the head of the Environmental Protection Agency means it's your job to try and destroy every aspect of the American economy, argues Alan Caruba

Earth Day's big lie: Today marks Earth Day and Alan Caruba argues that is nothing but a pagan holiday that celebrates environmentalist untruths

EPA's Tier 3 tyranny: High cost, no benefit rule making does nothing to forestall agency's quest for ecological utopia, says Paul Driessen

How rich Rockefellers battle the people's pipeline: Ron Arnold paints a picture of Rockefeller billions vs Canadian energy and sovereignty – and the impact on US jobs, security and families

Billionaire "forcing" climate change: Dennis T. Avery reports on a billionaire Wall Street hedge fund manager who is vowing to go to war against anyone who opposes his environmentalist agenda

Greedy green land grabbers: "Clean Development Mechanism" schemes drive out African villagers for "carbon offset" profits, says Ron Arnold

The dam is about to break: The reality about global warming may finally be admitted by its biggest orthodox proponents, reports Dennis T. Avery

Is warming the "civilization-killer"?: Dennis T. Avery argues that human history has repeatedly proved that warming temperatures don't bring down civilizations, colder ones do

Important questions for Obama nominees: Obama's Interior, Energy and EPA nominees raise serious questions that need to be addressed, writes Craig Rucker

Cut fingers, cancer, bats and birds: Government bureaucrats delay life-saving road projects, but let wind turbines butcher bats, say Paul Driessen and James H. Rust

A carbon tax would destroy America: Expect a strong campaign to enact a carbon tax in the United States, says Alan Caruba, and then expect a nationwide disaster

Climategate leaker: Civilization is being destroyed by lying "science" elitists: The anonymous hero who exposed the global warming emails tells the world why he did it – and releases a huge final trove of secret conversations, reports Ron Arnold

Geologist says Marcott's CO2 thesis failed: A recent study claiming the past decade has been warmer than most of the Holocene period doesn't pass the smell test, reports Dennis T. Avery

Hiding the slaughter: Big Wind hides evidence of turbine bird kills – and gets rewarded. Jim Wiegand explains how they do it

Eco-imperialism joins vulture environmentalism: Obama appointees seek to impose ideological control over our energy, economy and property, says Paul Driessen

Greenie lying bastards: Ron Arnold says Big Green's complaints about Donors Trust and climate skeptic money are hollow and pathetic

Our real man-made climate crisis: The crisis is due not to climate change, but to actions taken in the name of preventing change, argues Paul Driessen

New York's "Sustainability" Plan: aka "Agenda 21": Mary Kay Barton says there is an insidious plan to install the "New World" state-supported religion – Environmentalism

Britain narrowly escapes "green" blackout: Britain's environmentalist policies nearly plunged parts of the nation into darkness this winter and will create a catastrophe in the future, argues Dennis T. Avery

What the sex lives of California mice can tell you: Alan Caruba says a new study has blown the lid off the scientific world: If you feed titanic doses of a chemical to mice you will observe an effect that might not be translatable to humans!

Carbon tax hallucinations: Carbon taxes will do nothing for revenues or climate, but will hurt job and economic growth, says Paul Driessen

Obama's carbon dioxide lies: Alan Caruba argues getting the truth out about climate change and carbon dioxide is facing a huge barrier: Barack Obama

Canada's organic free-for-all: If Canadians believe that their organic food is more healthy -- or even Canadian -- they might be surprised, says Mischa Popoff

It's only natural: Robert T. Smith addresses a few big issues that environmentalists have been harping on in recent years and argues there is little to their doomsaying

Real sustainability versus activist sustainability: Activist sustainability concepts don't meet environmental, humanitarian or sustainability tests, says Paul Driessen

Desperately trying to derail Canadian oil sands: Radical activists launch more attacks on oil sands, Keystone pipeline, jobs and revenues, says Paul Driessen

The carbon trading money tree: If the carbon trading business seems too good to be true, maybe there's a good reason, says Kelvin Kemm

Who's afraid of fracking?: Federal and state environmental officials have given hydraulic fracturing a clean bill of health. Deroy Murdock wants to know why radical environmentalists continue to wage war on this game-changing technology?  

Trampling on people, environment, science and ethics: Environmental policies and practitioners often hurt people and values they supposedly protect, says Paul Driessen

Greens now betray the wild fish: Environmentalist opposition to genetically modified fish like salmon actually does a disservice to both fish and the environment, argues Dennis T. Avery

Government of, by and for activists: A university think tank's lawsuit raises serious questions about the old and new EPA, says Ron Arnold

The great global warming swindle: Over the years the global warming debate has morphed into a blatantly anti-human movement and Chris Clancy says Doha was merely a reflection of that

Obama's Walt Disney energy policies: Wishes upon stars won't make energy dreams come true – but will bring nightmares, argues Paul Driessen

End the wind PTC and business/government cronyism!: Mary Kay Barton says that New York State and US wind power is an expensive, ecologically harmful scam

The Doha wealth redistribution process moves on: Climate alarmists didn't get all they wanted – but they put us on a very slippery slope, write David Rothbard and Craig Rucker

Alice in Wonderland science: Our energy and environment deserve better – in South Africa and Qatar, argues Kelvin Kemm

Facing a triple threat: Doha, EPA and Congress: They are putting our energy, economy, jobs, living standards, health and welfare at grave risk, says Paul Driessen

More false BPA "science" by news release: Alan Caruba argues that a new study which purports to show that bisphenol A is dangerous to humans is a load of tripe

Michigan's insane 25x25 proposition: A postmortem: Kevon Martis explains why Michigan voters wisely rejected the crazy idea of 25% electricity from renewables by 2025

New study: Ethanol costs one million jobs: A new study argues that corn production converted into ethanol is costing one million jobs and it will only get worse for consumers, says Dennis T. Avery

Fractured fairy tales: Greens hate natural gas and fracking, but costly, parasitic wind energy can't live without it, argues Paul Driessen

No farm bill: Just food and tax inflation: Thanks to failure by the Obama administration, says Dennis T. Avery, Americans are facing higher prices across the board for food

Winners and losers energy policies: We can and must rejuvenate our economy by developing America's resource bounties, argues Paul Driessen

The great ethanol scam: Ethanol subsidies are robbing Americans at the gas pumps and people around the world of reasonably priced food, says Alan Caruba

EPA admits to death camp tactics: America's chief environmental agency recently admitted to testing on humans that could have ended their lives. Alan Caruba isn't very surprised by this

Climate Alarmism: Our sanity and wallets need a break: Billions of taxpayer dollars are disrupting our politics, science, energy policies and economy, argues Paul Driessen

Government of, by and for the EPA: Paul Driessen argues that the EPA advances anti-energy agenda, with little regard for Americans' health or welfare

Helping at-risk populations survive tornadoes: Better building preparation and public shelters will increase survival rates argue Matthew Biddle and David R. Legates

The courts and the EPA: Alan Caruba hopes for a Romney/Paul victory in November if only to begin the process of reigning in the Environmental Protection Agency

Where's the case for organic foods?: A new major study argues there are no health benefits to eating organic food and not surprisingly it was largely ignored, reports Dennis T. Avery

Tattoo this: "It's the Sun, stupid!": Willie Soon and William M. Briggs report that new Berkeley BEST project temperature records confirm: changes in solar radiation influence climate

GM's Volt powerless to resist market forces: GM has once again suspended production of the Volt and J.J. Jackson says it's time the automaker understand the reality of the car's lack of appeal

Germany's new "renewable" energy policy: Wind and solar power + soaring electricity prices = outsourced jobs + more coal burning. Meanwhile, eco activists demand "sustainable lifestyles" – for other people, writes Kelvin Kemm

Green energy? Buyer beware!: His Super Green Eco 10,000 emergency generator had no "fuel" when he needed it most, says Kevon Martis

Beat GSA!: The U.S. Navy's biofuel program vanquishes GSA in battle for wasteful spending supremacy, argues Paul Driessen

54.5 mpg and the law of unintended consequences: Rules that make cars less affordable – and less safe – are unethical and should be reconsidered, says Bishop Harry R. Jackson, Jr.

Team Obama fines oil companies for not using fantasy fuel: Deroy Murdock argues there is no such thing as "cellulosic" ethanol, but EPA fines companies for not using it

Voting for wildlife extermination: Extending the wind energy production tax credit will drive eagles and other majestic birds to extinction, says Paul Driessen

What really triggers a resource crisis?: Dennis T. Avery tries to clear up some confusion about what actually causes a resource crisis and why they happened in the past

Obama's green "investments" drown in red ink: Deroy Murdock argues that sacrificing taxpayer dollars on the altar of green ideology is destroying the American economy

Western wildfires – horrific, devastating … and unnecessary: Paul Driessen has a question: New fire-fighting technology could help put them out. Why isn't it being used?

Participants revolt against the Derecho Project: Mark Alexander reports on a little environmentalist project that failed in quite a spectacular fashion

Caught in a green crossfire: Paul Driessen argues that President Barack Obama's war on fossil fuels is hurting American workers, families, hopes and dreams  

Keystone is a winning issue: Deroy Murduck says that Mitt Romney should tour pipeline route and meet with Democrat and union leaders who support it

EPA's new CAFÉ mileage standards kill: Deroy Murdock argues that they will prevent many families from buying cars – and leave more grieving for lost loved ones

After Rio – what next?: Kelvin Kemm says it's time to give all mankind a real chance to enjoy genuine development

Dodging another UN bullet: 'The Future We Want' offered sustained power and money grabs in name of sustainability, say Paul Driessen and Duggan Flanakin

"Sustainable justice" = redistribution of scarcity: It would appear that the old leftist slogan "No justice, no peace" is taking on a global tenor when it comes to resources, report Paul Driessen and Duggan Flanakin

Sustainable development: The latest UN scare: The UN's Rio+20 agenda would harm health, welfare and nature – and make poverty permanent, argue David Rothbard and Craig Rucker

Commonsense wisdom from African farmers: Kelvin Kemm says they know "sustainable development" really means sustained poverty and malnutrition

Faulty FDEP science drives unnecessary Florida mercury scare: Proposed rules would raise electricity costs, bring no environmental benefit, harm human health, argues Willie Soon

Only if the wind is blowing: Did you know that June 15 is Global Wind Day? You're probably are as excited about this as Alan Caruba

Canada leads the way on the pipeline no-brainer: Alan Caruba says Americans need to look towards Canada when it comes to common sense on energy and environmental policy...yes, Canada

Corn ethanol and a non-warming Earth: Dennis T. Avery says it's probably time that Washington, D.C. take a real good look at the existence of corn ethanol subsidies

Armed EPA agents visit Ashville, NC man: Criticize the EPA and you may find the police -- and armed EPA agents -- at your door asking questions, reports Alan Caruba

America's actual health and welfare crisis: EPA rules threaten our energy, economy, health, welfare, justice, and civil rights progress, argues Paul Driessen

Rare corporate courage and common sense: Wal-Mart stands up to activist intimidation, ensuring affordable, wholesome food for customers, reports Paul Driessen

My second-most-remarkable moment: Dennis T. Avery couldn't help but be impressed when he met Sebastian Lunning, a renowned German climate change skeptic

BigCityLib: The Heartland Institute has been under fire for comparing the global warming orthodoxy to the Unabomber and Dennis T. Avery responds to one critic

The wheels are coming off the wind energy gravy train: And subsidy-dependent wind energy supporters are running scared, reports Marita Noon

Using Earth's blessings to better mankind and planet: Rational thought underlies conservative Christian views on climate change and the environment, argues David R. Legates

Time to terminate Big Wind subsidies: – and protect environmental values, endangered species, jobs and human welfare, argues Paul Driessen

Locovore's Dilemma: A different view on buying locally: Dennis T. Avery doesn't have a problem with buying some of his food locally but he, and a new book, argue industrial agriculture is what keeps half the world alive

Forget homeland security, now it's about "environmental justice": The Department of Homeland Security was ostensibly created to coordinate efforts to protect the U.S. Alan Caruba reports that some mission creep has taken place

Why do liberals feel compelled to apologize for telling the truth?: Al Armendariz, an EPA chieftain, recently spoke about how the agency really prefers to practice and then had to apologize for it. J.J. Jackson wonders why

Bjorn Lomborg adopts high-yield farming: Dennis T. Avery reports that Bjorn Lomborg has become the latest environmentalist to realize the need for high-yield farming

The folly of E15 anti-hydrocarbon policies: Paul Driessen argues that the EPA's E-15 ethanol plan is bad for American pocketbooks, environment and energy policy

Is it oil speculators?: As gas prices rise, and are expected to continue to do so through the summer, Dennis T. Avery cautions people not to blame the usual suspects

Pesticide adventures at Triangle Lake: A battle is brewing in a small Oregon community about the use of pesticides used in controlling weeds, reports Dennis T. Avery

A teachable moment about chemophobia: Alan Caruba reports that recent findings are proving that public enemy chemicals aren't the dangers their critics are making them out to be

"PC" power is not "sustainable": Mary Kay Barton argues that President Barack Obama's "all-inclusive" energy policy is anything but sustainable

"Greenbacks" energy boondoggles versus real energy: Paul Driessen writes that government tax and subsidy schemes waste billions. We need real energy and jobs

The utter desperation of global warmists: With the global warming orthodoxy on the defensive from an increasingly disbelieving public there are some revealing their true colours, says Alan Caruba

It's the lies about beef that are the slime: Hearing a lot about potentially unsafe beef these days? Alan Caruba says it's just another scare campaign with no basis in scientific fact

UN Climate Panel and "extreme weather": Dennis T. Avery was hardly surprised when the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change admitted it had no evidence for its prior claims that the planet's weather was becoming more extreme

The EPA wrecking ball: Alan Caruba argues that the Environmental Protection Agency's war on coal is an outright evil that is robbing the United States of the ability to produce cheap and clean energy

Pesticide residue risks recalculated: It's long been taken as an article of faith that there are unsafe levels of pesticides on our food but Dennis T. Avery says a new study may have tossed notion in to the waste basket

Africa: The next megadrought: Things always seem to be bad in Africa but Dennis T. Avery believes that the continent is in for a far worse future

The greens think you're stupid: Alan Caruba argues that the environmentalist movement apparently relies on outright fabrications and the belief you're an idiot to promote their agenda

The Vikings: Victims and victors: We remember the Vikings as failures but Dennis T. Avery argues that mixed in with a few mistakes were some pretty solid decisions as well

EPA has lost its way on warming: Craig Rucker argues that the EPA's carbon dioxide rules endanger human health and welfare

Unknown volcanoes caused the Little Ice Age: Dennis T. Avery doesn't really buy a recently released study that argues mysterious volcanoes were responsible for the world's most recent major cold snap

Agenda-driven "science" at EPA: Newly proposed air pollution rules impose exorbitant costs for illusory health benefits, argue Willie Soon and Paul Driessen

Response of plant species to CO2 levels: The atmosphere is changing and Dennis T. Avery says we have nothing to fear about the continued survival of plants

Will seaweed be the biofuel solution?: There's plenty of it and Dennis T. Avery says that brown seaweed may be the solution to concerns about biofuel

Charles Manson energy: Paul Driessen says it's time to apply endangered species, wildlife and economic laws fairly and equitably

Shale gas: Boon for humanity or bane?: The mainstream media continues to buy whatever assertions academics opposed to shale gas are selling but Dennis T. Avery says others are responding to their knee-jerk negativity

How Columbus caused the Little Ice Age: According to at least one environmentalist Christopher Columbus was responsible for the Little Ice Age. Dennis T. Avery explains this bit of madness

Upset about Big Brother's ban on incandescent bulbs? Buy a heatball!: As of yesterday the U.S. began phasing out incandescent bulbs. Selwyn Duke says there may be a way around the government's action

Kyoto: Good riddance to a bad deal for Canadians: Canada made waves across the world for being the first signatory to the Kyoto Accord to withdraw from it. Gregory Thomas is not weeping over the decision

Scandal and insanity at Penn State, Durban and the IPCC: Paul Driessen argues that climate fraud proves insanity of extending Kyoto, renewable subsidies and economic mayhem

Durban due diligence: Kelvin Kemm says we must demand scientific rigour on climate change, or we will reap the consequences

Add herbicides to Africa's rescue plan: Dennis T. Avery argues that it's time African farmers had access to the same herbicides that Western farmers use -- if they are to feed a growing population

Ice-free Arctic -- 6000 years ago: For all the wailing about ice disappearing in the Arctic, Dennis T. Avery argues that scientific evidence is being ignored that this is hardly the first time its happened

Electricity, parks and progress for Chile: Apply CSR standards to environmentalist billionaire Doug Tompkins for honesty, transparency and concern for people, says Paul Driessen

The cost of "Smart Growth": Communities in both Canada and the United States which enacted "Smart Growth" policies have only made life more expensive, says Steve Lafleur

We need safe food, not new regulations: Technologies exist to make food safer but advocates continue to prefer spending money on new regulations instead, argues Dennis T. Avery

This is how ice ages begin: Robert W. Felix says that ice ages don't begin with gigantic glaciers carving their way across continents, but snowfall which aid the growth of those glaciers

It's libel – except when Mike does it: Paul Driessen thinks it rich that Dr. Michael Mann would sue Dr. Tim Ball for libel given some of the things he's done in the past

Will renewable energy bankrupt England?: Climate change linked energy policies could throw England's economy into a severe depression, argues Dennis T. Avery

Tapping natural resources to address Maryland's economic problems: We should develop previously unavailable energy resources to generate jobs, revenues, writes Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr.

Will warmists face justice for their deceptions?: Alan Caruba argues that those in a position of authority who have pushed the climate change orthodoxy should be prosecuted for deceiving the public and governments

Our children are at risk: Bishop Harry R. Jackson, Jr. argues that the Evangelical Environmental Network needs to get it right, before it preaches to others

The EPA gets caught in a big fat lie: Alan Caruba says it is time that Americans put for their collective foot down and get rid of the Environmental Protection Agency

Alert! EPA monster sighted in Kansas: It seems wherever Americans turn, the EPA is there doing something nefarious. Paul A. Ibbetson says that includes Kansas

Al Gore promoter of doomsday cult?: Sharon Hughes says a case can be made that Al Gore and his devotion to the cause of climate change is getting a bit cultish

Victory is sweet, but the war continues: Paul Driessen says Americans can celebrate EPA's withdrawal of job-killing ozone standards -- but prepare for more onslaughts

Trying to snooker Smucker: Climate alarm campaigners are trying to make a pitiful case that man made climate change threatens coffee, says Paul Driessen

The slow, certain death of the global warming theory: Alan Caruba says the climate change orthodoxy is doomed for one very good reason: The science simply doesn't support it

When dry-cleaning attacks: Another day, another lurking danger in your house. Michael R. Shannon reports that dry-cleaning your clothes is apparently hazardous to your health

The green jobs, clean energy scam: Barack Obama is still promising "green jobs" and Alan Caruba says it's still a load of bunk

Affordable energy is essential for jobs, justice – and better health: The EPA needs to address health and welfare issues it has thus far ignored, says Niger Innis

CERN, CLOUD and the madness of crowds: Daniel M. Ryan explains why the climate change orthodoxy won't disappear soon even with the results of a recent experiment at CERN

Our least sustainable energy option: From a land use, economic, environmental or raw materials perspective, wind is unsustainable, says Paul Driessen

Huntsman dead wrong on global warming: Bob Webster says that Jon Huntsman has bought into Al Gore's line on global warming and that will likely spell his end

Lucky accident slashes food poisonings: A discovery by Dan O'Sullivan promises to make food safer but Dennis T. Avery says much more needs to be done

Farmer suicides reduced by biotech: Dennis T. Avery argues that biotech doesn't just help consumers and the planet, it also saves the lives of farmers

Our colossal ignorance on global warming: Dennis T. Avery says a new book to be released next month will likely create some waves in the debate over climate change and the role of CO2

Hot town – summer in the city: The recent heat wave that gripped the east coast revealed a lot of people as being whining ninnies, asserts Michael R. Shannon

Making heat waves deadly again: There are politicians actively working to make energy expensive enough that it will cost some people their lives, says Dennis T. Avery

It's just a heat wave: Hot where you are? Yeah, here too. Alan Caruba says pay no heed to those blaming the current heat wave gripping a good deal of North America on global warming

The next climate debate bombshell: Dennis T. Avery says that CERN will soon make a big announcement that will be another uncomfortable fact for the climate change orthodoxy

More boulders in Africa's farm path: If Africa's farms are ever to produce the food they need to satisfy their population, writes Dennis T. Avery, they need to stop hamstringing themselves

The greens just love us to death: Alan Caruba is no fan of the green movement and it's campaign to "save the planet" from humanity

Two faces of sustainability: The success of the "sustainable development" movement is only because redefining of what the first word of the term means, writes Henry Lamb

EPA gives millions in handouts to China and Russia: American government in financial trouble? That's not stopping the EPA from doling out money across the planet, says Jim Kouri

Banning BPA will kill people: The facts are the facts, writes Alan Caruba: Out of thousands of studies on the matter, not one has found BPA to be linked to illness in humans

Precedent supports climate skeptics: A recent Montana State Supreme Court decision was a powerful victory for those opposing the climate change orthodoxy, says Dennis T. Avery

Where's the "science story of the century"?: New studies are predicting a quiet sun for the next few decades and no one is making a big deal of it, writes Dennis T. Avery

A burning issue: More huge forest fires?: Dennis T. Avery says Americans can thank the environmental movement for the increasing size and number of forest fires

Global warming news from the Brits: Dennis T. Avery presents some recent climate change related news stories courtesy of the British

"Green" products and free market conflicts: Paul A. Ibbetson believes that the problem with so-called "green" products is that their supporters are hostile to the free market in which their sold

The doomsday prophesies of radical environmentalism: The deep green crowd has a record of false apocalyptic predictions, writes Ben Eisen

Are climate models lying about food too?: Stanford University claims that computer models are showing we would have grown more food had it not been for climate change. Dennis T. Avery takes a look at the claim

Sex scares used to ban BPA: Nothing gets people's attention like sex so it should be no surprise that the public campaign against BPA included sex, says Alan Caruba

Maunder Minimum 1740 -- Replay in 2020?: Dennis T. Avery reports on a reader's observation that temperatures of today are very similar to those of the mid-1700s and what that means for us

Agenda 21 comes to Greenville, SC: South Carolina doesn't exactly sound like a hive of internationalism but Henry Lamb says it like other states have embraced the collectivist push towards comprehensive land use planning

Why the public won't buy greenhouse limits: The left is lamenting that the environmentalist agenda has been an almost complete failure even with Barack Obama in the White House and Dennis T. Avery explains why

Pull your weight, America: You consume a quarter of the world's oil production. It's time you started producing it, too, says Thompson Ayodele

Scaring mothers and all others: Alan Caruba argues that a campaign built on people's fear of chemicals was the reason why bisphenol-A (BPA) was successfully demonized

Beware of politicians bearing "Green" gifts: Governments can't plan and spend their way to green prosperity, argue Kenneth P. Green and Ben Eisen

Carbon and carbon dioxide: Clearing up the confusion: Paul Driessen says let's restore common sense to our public policy debates on energy and climate

Environmentalism as a surrogate religion: It may be "secular," but environmentalism makes "Mother Earth" its object of special devotion, writes Dr. Thomas P. Sheahen

Earth Day and environmental insanity: With Earth Day approaching Alan Caruba wants to remind everyone that the environmentalist movement remains completely disconnected to reality

We should remain open to all food choices: Cam Dahl has no problem with organic or local food, he just has a problem with people trying to guilt everyone else into buying into their agenda

The US should follow Europe's lead: Environmentalists say we should be following Europe's lead on energy policy. Paul Driessen agrees. No, we aren't kidding

Don't trust the organic label: Many people instinctively reach for the organic label in the belief that it's better for you and grown in an Earth-friendly way, says Mischa Popof

Dog lovers and baby killers: If only the world cared as much about African children and families, as they do about dogs, laments Cyril Boynes, Jr.

Real life and antibiotic resistance: Farmers are being told to reduce the amount of antibiotics in the feed of their hogs -- something that Dennis T. Avery says will only lead to more sick animals

The "smart" meters cometh: J.J. Jackson recently received a letter announcing a "smart meter' pilot program in his area. To say it raised a few questions would be an understatement

Power for the people: Paul Driessen argues that you cannot champion the poor, but support anti-energy policies that perpetuate poverty

Safe hamburger—At last?: Dennis T. Avery reports on a new system that could eliminate all harmful bacteria from hamburger -- assuming that the powers that be actually allow its use

What really threatens our future?: Beware of anti-energy policies claiming to prevent climate change, warm Willie Soon and Barun Mitra

Against all energy anywhere: It doesn't matter what kind of energy it is, argues Alan Caruba, the environmentalist movement will eventually come out against it because they have a larger target

Confronting "sustainability": Henry Lamb says the key to a community rejecting the "sustainable development" agenda is education

Japan's Fukushima explosions: A setback for nuclear power?: Protests have erupted over nuclear power all over the world in the aftermath of the issues at the nuclear reactors in Fukushima Daiichi and Rachel Alexander hopes it doesn't derail plans for using that power source in the future

Nuclear safety: Reactors that can't melt down: The earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan has returned debate to the safety of nuclear power and Dr. Kelvin Kemm believes he has an answer to the critics

Global warming R.I.P.: Is the global warming scam dead? Alan Caruba says not quite, but we do seem to be seeing its final days

Let us not turn our backs to science: Cam Dahl says Canadians -- and the entire world -- need to continue working on agricultural science and not fall prey to the demands of environmentalists

Toxins move up on worry list: Activists need causes to remain relevant and Dennis T. Avery says prepare to hear a lot more about toxins

Sustainable development treaty in the making?: Henry Lamb says another push for a global sustainable development treaty is coming and Americans better be prepared to fight

Three lost decades and the corruption of climate science: Thanks to the climate change orthodoxy, writes Tim Ball, the world has lost three decades and a generation of scientists who could have searched for the truth

Fearing EPA's carbon tax: Dennis T. Avery says everyone will suffer if the Environmental Protection Agency gets it's way on carbon emissions

More biofuels, more greenhouse gases: A new study argues there is plenty of land available for biofuel production but Dennis T. Avery says they forgot a few things

Environmentalist fraud and manslaughter: In the name of banning DDT, GEF bureaucrats are consigning millions to death from malaria, says Paul Driessen

The BPA File – Part One: Demonizing Bisphenol-A: Alan Caruba launches a multi-part series on the latest public health target, the chemical known as Bisphenol-A

New study affirms natural climate change: Dennis T. Avery reports that a new paper by an Indian scientist supports his contention that climate change is a natural process

The great 'climate change' 2011 taxpayer rip-off: Still unemployed and in danger of losing your house? Fear not, says Alan Caruba, the federal government is still spending billions advancing its climate change agenda

Greens lie, Africans die: Paul Driessen and Robert Novak say that falsehoods about insecticides and bednets continue to leave a path of destruction and death

Going broke by going green: Obama Administration energy policies are impairing our jobs, revenues, economy and health, write Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. and Niger Innis

California dreaming – or nightmaring?: Dictatorial new Delaware vehicle rules impose California rules, for no environmental gain, says John Nichols

The real story behind President Obama and Michael Vick: Barack Obama recently made the news for calling Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie about Michael Vick but Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. and Niger Innis believe the American president had another reason for calling

Saving polar bears by killing them?: Dennis T. Avery reports scientists have reported a grand total of two "hybrid" bears -- bears part polar and part grizzly -- and that means one thing: Kill them!

EPA's Texas power grab: Paul Driessen and Willie Soon say the EPA is threatening Texas with an ultimatum: Knuckle under to EPA's blatant global warming regulatory power grab, or else

A step-change in earth's climate outlook?: Denis T. Avery reports people want to know why the British Meteorological Office is so bad at predicting long-term weather patterns and whether politics is involved

India and the next Green Revolution: Dennis T. Avery argues that another Green Revolution is necessary if India is to continue to feed its growing population

Hype versus reality on Indian climate change: Long-term perspectives support natural, cyclical variation -- not manmade disasters -- when it comes to climate change, write Willie Soon and Selvaraj Kandasamy

Do you believe in magic … climate numbers?: Paul Driessen asks should temperatures pulled out of a hat be the basis for energy and economic policies?

Memo to America: Don't do carbon trading!: The United States must learn from Europe's mistakes – not repeat them, writes European politician Roger Helmer

Hot air from the unsustainable wind-energy industry: Advocates and wind energy purveyors are begging government for money with the threat that the industry will die without subsidies. Good enough reason not to give them any, argues J.J. Jackson

A new dark age for Germany?: Edgar L. Gaerner says Germany's offshore wind power projects are paving the way to frequent blackouts

False prophecies beget faulty policies: Although it seems obvious, Willie Soon and Madhav Khandekar argue that computer models cannot forecast 2030 Indian summer monsoons

The climate Mafia gather in Cancun: Once again assorted the dons and foot soldiers of the climate change orthodoxy meet and consider our global future, reports Alan Caruba

I've seen the future, and the private car is alive and well: David Seymour says unlike public transit, the private car could make for a highly cost-efficient transportation system that earns drivers money

Lomborg's wrong solution to a partly real problem: Paul Driessen and Robert Carter argue that the best Plan B is to prepare for and adapt to all future climate changes

Climate change no longer scary in Europe: It's not the climate, but the tide of opinion that's changing in Europe and around the globe, says Dr. Hans Labohm

A new world order guide: If you want to limit people's freedoms, writes Ben Cerruti, utilizing the global warming campaign isn't the worst idea you can have

End the ethanol subsidies: Paul Driessen argues that Congressional inaction would save taxpayers $6 billion, and bring other benefits too

Muddy rivers: Don't blame farmers: Environmentalists love to blame farmers for soil erosion into rivers but Dennis T. Avery says they aren't at fault

Real crimes against humanity: Paul Driessen says environmentalists are talking about "crimes against humanity" over a lack of action on climate change...a charge he completely rejects

Big green bus has flat tires: Dennis T. Avery says the once unstoppable environmentalist movement seems to have hit a few road bumps recently

Greenwashing America: There's big money in "green products" particularly in what you have to pay, writes Alan Caruba. The problem? It seems most of the time you're paying for unproven claims or products no different from the competition

Biodiversity: Losing which species?: The public is losing interest in climate change as an issue so it's time to bring back the cute, cuddly animals, reports Dennis T. Avery

Goodbye global warming, hello biodiversity: Get ready for the latest enviro-scam that new laws and your money will cater to, warns Alan Caruba

Is it organic? Or just socialism?: The organic foods movement portrays itself as a healthy, natural way to eat but Mischa Popoff says the reality is that urban activists have hijacked the reality

Energy claims and realities: James Tonkowich wants to know what will happen to jobs, living standards and families under restrictive energy policies?

City farming—pigs in the sky?: Farming in skyscrapers? Dennis T. Avery says thankfully it's another dumb idea courtesy of an environmentalist that will never see the light of day

Wind power mirages: Paster Jay Dennis asks a simple question: Would generating more electricity from wind really help poor families or the environment?

Lessons learned from Swedish temperature records: "Official" temperature records from around the world show large increases in temperature over the past century, one reason why Dennis T. Avery places little faith in them

Another 18th century infestation courtesy of the EPA: Michael R. Shannon says you can thank the Environmental Protection Agency for the return and rapid spread of bedbugs in the US

The corn commotion: Even in these difficult economic times spending on ethanol continues to rise. Isaac Kim says the policy makes no sense on economic or environmental grounds

High fashion versus the private car: It's becoming increasingly fashionable to deride and abandon the use of cars. David Seymour says only the trendy and wealthy could afford to do so

Environmental injustice en Español: Rev. San Rodriguez argues that liberal Latino pressure groups' campaign will drive up energy prices, kill jobs and hurt families

Why tolerate deadly food bacteria?: Instead of demanding more government regulations, writes Dennis T. Avery, why not demand proven technology that keeps food safer and fresher?

The EPA's long war on chemicals: Alan Caruba charges that the EPA has fought a war against chemicals regardless of whether the science supports it or not

Climate terrorism: Don't believe in the climate change orthodoxy? David Seymour says at least one ostensibly mainstream group believes children should be murdered in front of their friends

Scare campaigns to the contrary, Canada won't run out of water: Canadians are being told that they're in danger of running out of water or using too much. Ben Eisen says the country doesn't need to worry

Greens shackle national security – and renewable energy: Now environmentalists say we need the minerals that they've been locking up for decades, writes Paul Driessen

Black crosses and black deaths: Attacks on coal-mining and use would trample on hopes, progress, living standards and lives, say Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. and Niger Innis

Your insane U.S. Energy Department: Alan Caruba charges the Obama edition of the U.S. Department of Energy believes it has the right to dictate to Americans what kind of household appliances they can use

No science, fake science, and the deliberate destruction of the nation: Alan Caruba charges that only scientists who have sold their souls would argue that CO2 is causing the Earth to warm up

Biotech: To survive the mega-droughts: Dennis T. Avery says that mega-droughts that have claimed tens of millions of lives are a fact of life and bio-engineered crops are needed as a safeguard

Turning off the (incandescent) lights of liberty: America is losing jobs and sacrificing in other ways because of mistaken beliefs about climate change, writes Alan Caruba

"3 Billion and Counting": Paul Driessen says a new film challenges DDT myths and lies that have caused millions of needless deaths

The cost of banning DDT: Dennis T. Avery says that malaria has claimed three billion lives in history and the banning of DDT contributed significantly to that

Higher yields: The only farming answer: Dennis T. Avery says the only way to feed the world in coming decades is to spread the magic of high yield farming

End environmental experiments on Africans!: Fiona Kobusingye accuses western environmentalists of using Africa to test their pet theories

"Extreme weather"? Not yet!: The only extreme weather change that Dennis T. Avery is worried about on a global scale are the Earth's periodic mini ice ages

Taxes, dust, and oysters: Feds busy but wrong: Dennis T. Avery chronicles three Obama environmental initiatives which promise to do nothing -- except increase tax revenue or government control

Crisis! New York style vs the real thing: Our obsession with pesticide "risks" has very different consequences for America and Africa, writes Paul Driessen

Dumb policies just keep coming: Paul Driessen argues that E15 ethanol mandates would bring huge benefits – for the few, at the expense of the many

Probably not the "hottest year": Dennis T. Avery isn't too worried about James Hansen's recent claim that the Arctic is hotter than ever

Climate proposals threaten pursuit of happiness and justice: New study documents harmful effects of "cap-and-trade" and "endangerment" schemes, reports Paul Driessen

Is America's west doomed to drought?: Dennis T. Avery wonders if warming in the American west -- among other places -- is cyclical in nature

Destroying biodiversity: The greatest threat to species is not modern technology -- but environmentalists, argues Paul Driessen

The nation killer: Cap-and-Trade Act: Call it whatever you want, says Alan Caruba, cap and trade will severely impact the American economy thanks to higher energy prices

Confined livestock better for the planet: Critics argue that modern farming techniques are harming the planet but Dennis T. Avery says that's absolutely false

The right to choose – for farmers in Haiti: Monsanto attempted to help the people of Haiti after the January 12 earthquake and was rebuffed by anti-corporate activists, reports Paul Driessen

How to prevent a "dust bowl" Africa: Dennis T. Avery argues that the United States needs to live up to a promise made to Africa to promote the use of fertilizers

Ken Cuccinelli v. 810 academics: Paul Driessen argues that academic freedom is not a license to commit fraud

Prepare for a bit of cooling predicts geologist: Dennis T. Avery reports that a geologist believes that we can expect colder weather -- and that's going to cause us a lot of problems

Cause for alarm?: Why do scientists and news stories blame everything on global warming? Fortune and glory, argue Paul Driessen, Willie Soon and David R. Legates

A few questions for climate alarmists: The climate change orthodoxists aren't very good at answering questions but that isn't stopping Paul Driessen from posing some very interesting ones to them

Species safe even if world warms: Biologists are predicting massive extinctions thanks to climate change but Dennis T. Avery says the evidence doesn't support their contention

(Desperately) Looking for Arctic warming: Paul Driessen and Willie Soon argue that global warming alarmists have chosen the wrong part of the climate cycle to head north

Cap-and-trade treason: The Senate is about to begin debate on a bill which will institute cap and trade for emissions and Alan Caruba says it's nothing but an attack on the U.S.

Why are U.S. trees growing faster?: Environmentalists say American trees are growing faster due to climate change but Dennis T. Avery believes they're wrong

Destroying America with the EPA's carbon lies: An EPA official says that new auto regulations are necessary because of global warming. Alan Caruba says Lisa Jackson doesn't know what she's talking about

Energy Secretary admits we don't understand climate change: It's a pretty big admission to make, says Dennis T. Avery. Stephen Chu recently announced that he doesn't know how climate change works...but he's still going to spend big money on the matter

Food production in a warming world: The experts say that food production will diminish due to climate change. Dennis T. Avery says history proves them wrong

Bringing light, health and prosperity to Africa: Everyone talks a good game about helping Africa but Roy Innis and Niger Innis say America's government is doing what it can to handcuff the continent

Climate warming created farming: Dennis T. Avery argues that a recent study suggesting ancient climate change wasn't responsible for farming doesn't make sense

Blowing wind up your skirt: It's a pretty sweet scam, says Alan Caruba. The American government gives the wind energy money to promote their cause and you end up paying higher energy bills

Losing jobs with green technology: Call it an unintended consequence: Green energy actually destroys jobs in other energy related sectors, reports Dennis T. Avery

Another failing biofuel "miracle": Jatropha trees were once heralded as the next big thing in biofuels...today? Not so much, says Dennis T. Avery

Science vs alarmism: 4th international conference on climate change: Tom DeWeese says if you're looking for something interesting to do in May will be near Chicago that you're invited to skeptic's climate change conference

Green jobs stupidity: Thomas E. Brewton doesn't think much of Barack Obama's desire to create "green jobs" -- particularly in the light that no one else has been able to make it actually work

IPCC science scandals aren't new: The climate gate emails are hardly the first evidence of the UN lying about climate change, writes Dennis T. Avery

Disclosing the real risks of climate change: Paul Driessen can only laugh at a new SEC regulation demanding companies to disclose climate change risks in operations

In remembrance of the great global-warming snow job: Karen Norling takes aim at all thing related to climate change and it doesn't look good for the orthodoxy

Corruption, collusion, or legal thievery: Forget donations, the best way to fund an environmental organization in the United States these days appears to be launching lawsuits against the federal government, writes Henry Lamb

The great green land grab: Alan Caruba says that if you want to see a place where government land policies ostensibly designed to protect the environment have gone wrong, visit New Jersey

A chill hits wind power: There's plenty of wind blowing these days but Dennis T. Avery says not to expect it to actually power much of anything

Climate greenshirts: The rise of eco-fascism: The political left talks a good talk about tolerance but when it comes to environmentalism, writes Carey Roberts, they're anything but

Climate change: Back to the future?: Hot, cold, hot cold...Mark Alexander says the ongoing debate over climate science continues to prove no one seems to know what is going on

The lies about green jobs: Barack Obama's constant chatter about green jobs is like everything else the man talks about, argues Alan Caruba, promises with no connection to reality

Not by fire but by ice: Forget climate change, the thing that's keeping Alan Caruba awake at night are magnetic changes in the Earth's core

Millions pray for global warming as cold spell grips the planet: Cold snaps all across the planet? People dying from the cold? According to the climate change orthodoxy that means nothing, says Carey Roberts

USDA misleads on farming's climate future: The USDA is trying to scare American farmers on the issue of climate change and Dennis T. Avery isn't having that

Taxpayer robbery gate: Senator Barbara Boxer is compounding the Climategate scandal with cover-up and obstruction, argues Paul Driessen

Understanding the global-warming jihadists: You can't argue with the leaders of the climate change orthodoxy because, says Selwyn Duke, they haven't subscribed to their beliefs, they've submitted

It's all a lie: Copenhagen, Gore, Obama: Lies, lies and more lies. That's all the climate change orthodoxy brings to the table, argues Alan Caruba

The winter games at Copenhagen: The fun and games concerning climate change continues, reports Dennis T. Avery, and it's the usual suspects involved yet again

Criminal taxation without representation: Coal as a punitive arm of the IRS: Barack Obama's desire to institute carbon and energy taxes targets the coal industry specifically and Americans as a whole, writes Michael Moriarty

We don't need no stinkin' evidence: The attitude of the climate change orthodoxy seem to be, "Why can't you be more polite, and stop questioning our integrity and science?" says Paul Driessen

The death of big environment: Assessing loss and gain: Climategate has produced it's fair share of losers -- notably among the high priests of orthodoxy -- and a few big winners, writes Paul A. Ibbetson

Climategate: Melting the chains of tyranny: They may be meeting in Copenhagen and taking about a new climate change treaty by Tom DeWeese says their power is finished

Huge hoax holds humanity hostage: Dr. Robert Owens says calling the man-made global warming crusade a hoax isn't fair to hoaxes.  This is and always has been a scam perpetrated by the evil upon the naïve

Climategate: A willful ignorance: Despite all the facts and revelations there are those -- which includes The Economist -- which refuse to acknowledge the truth, writes Alan Caruba

Copenhagen confusion: So what's going to be happening in Copenhagen during the climate change conference? You'll know only what you'll be allowed to know, says Henry Lamb

Essential acts of piracy: The recent brouhaha over climate change and hacked emails reminds J.J. Jackson a little of Pirates of the Caribbean

Cleaning out the climate science cesspool: Ahead of the Copenhagen summit there has been a barrage of climate change "news" telling us the end is near. Paul Driessen says it's time to clean house

Pariahship and bluffmanship: Kick Canada out of the Commonwealth for not meeting Kyoto requirements? Daniel M. Ryan isn't particularly impressed by the threat

Thumbs on the magic scale: We all know now that climate scientists have been fudging their numbers for years but Daniel M. Ryan wonders if another charge can be added to the list

Germans tried to warn us of climate fraud: Dennis T. Avery says German newspaper Der Speigel argued years ago that climate change would actually be a benefit to mankind

The simple math of CO2 reduction: Barack Obama wants to cut America's CO2 production but Robert R. Cooke says the president's pledge doesn't make much sense

The global carbon footprint scam: Another week, another end of times pronouncement by an environmentalist organization, writes Alan Caruba

Kill cap-and-tax Copenhagen craziness: Kevin Gaudet says that the climate change deal proposed by the United Nations would cost Canada billions of dollars and kill jobs

Hadley hack-in reveals hidden truths: A security breach at a noted climate change research unit has revealed behind the scenes doubt, reports Dennis T. Avery

Galileo silenced again: Willie Soon and David R. Legates were to have held a session on climate change at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union but other people had their own ideas of what should be discussed

All pain, no gain: Restricting and taxing energy use to prevent speculative climate disasters will be disastrous, writes Paul Driessen

Barack Obama's suicide mission to Copenhagen: The word is beginning to get out, says Tom DeWeese. The proposals that came out of Copenhagen over climate change are about control

Greens again bait and switch on energy: Yet again environmentalists are reversing themselves on an issue and no one is calling them to account for it...nobody except for Dennis T. Avery

Extreme activists take the reins at EPA: Proof that the EPA is in the hands of fanatics is the gamesmanship being played over the proven safe herbicide atrazine, write Alex Avery and Dennis T. Avery

An established myth: Daniel M. Ryan argues that those who believe in human-caused climate change are essentially the same breed as the end of times millennial we saw a decade ago

What's the real cost of global warming taxes?: There are a lot of numbers being thrown around and Dennis T. Avery says they don't take into account some important factors

Bill Gates bets a billion on ag research: Dennis T. Avery has nothing but praise for a recent announcement by the Microsoft co-founder that he'll support biotech research to improve farming yields

Choosing America's future: A new environmental treaty being negotiated in Copenhagen will determine what America will be in the future, argues Henry Lamb

Environmental facts the greens will never mention: Tom DeWeese points to a few recent new stories that environmentalists will be loathe to mention in their speeches

Get ready for the deluge: There's been a lull of it lately but Henry Lamb says the coming weeks will see a downpour of climate change related claims and news stories

None dare call it fraud: Paul Driessen asks what if we applied corporate standards to the "science" that is driving global warming policy?

There's a chill in the air: E. Ralph Hostetter takes a look at some recent reports and finds that the problem of "global warming" isn't one that we need to fear

Saving the Earth by hating humanity: Alan Caruba argues that the real message environmentalists send is that they simply hate humanity

Little fish, big problem: E. Ralph Hostetter reports that the farmers of the San Joaquin Valley are under attack by the federal government over the fate of a minnow

Drought: The real and unstoppable danger of global warming: Regardless of whether climate change is caused by humans or the sun, it will produce droughts. Dennis T. Avery says we'll need to produce more food

Science to save the Chesapeake Bay: Environmentalists may talk a good talk about saving stuff but it's always science that comes in and saves the day, writes Dennis T. Avery

Borlaug: Feeding the hungry, saving the wildlife: The recent passing of Norman Borlaug gave the world a chance to remember the incredible gift he gave humanity, writes Dennis T. Avery

Adapting to climate change through technology: Paul Driessen talked to Norman Borlaug just a few weeks before his passing and as always it was an illuminating conversation

Saving trees with kerosene: Want to save trees around the world? Dennis T. Avery says give poor people kerosene and you'll do just that

 



 


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