• Keeping the poor impoverished

    To the world’s poor, electricity (including air conditioning), modern highways, quality medical care, and so much more of the good things first world people take for granted are routinely denied them out of concern for the environment (sic), or rather the elites’ insistence that they rule over the poor with a paternalistic (slavemaster) hand. CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen calls the actions of these elites “callous, immoral, eco-imperialistic, and genocidal.” As newly elected Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says, “They think they can dictate our destiny,” but we will not submit to their rule.

  • Real climate denial

    U.S. Senator Tim Kaine is among the leaders of a Senate cabal seeking to discredit climate skeptics, including the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, for which Megan Toombs is Director of Communications. Toombs notes that Kaine’s attack is full of half-truths and blatant misrepresentations of fact. The same is true regarding the so-called arguments for catastrophic climate change.

  • Courts tackling Clean Water Act abuses

    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the North Dakota-based Hawkes Co., which had planned to mine peat from property in Minnesota, could challenge in court a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Army Corps) ruling declaring the property counted as “regulated wetlands” without first having to go through the costly process necessary to obtain a permit to disturb wetlands.

  • The Hillary treatment for climate fraudsters?

    Maybe Eric Schneiderman and his fellow AGs are onto something — they are just investigating the wrong side. Instead of criminalizing differences of opinion or inconvenient facts, we might do well to root out actual fraud, let real science prevail, and protect our livelihoods and living standards from unscrupulous people and organizations that are using fraudulent climate chaos claims to control energy use, transform the U.S. and global economic systems, and redistribute the world’s wealth.

  • Climate skeptics face Senate inquisition

    Galileo has lots of modern-day companions. Woe be unto those who dare to doubt that the sun orbits around Planet Gore as pontiffs of doom have decreed. That’s exactly the 17th Century time warp scenario that played out last week on the Senate floor as Chief Inquisitor Sheldon Whitehouse (D, RI) and 18 fellow jurists […]