President Obama’s hubris is breathtaking.
The Environmental Protection Agency, following the lead of the Obama Administration, has promulgated rules designed to shut down America's coal industry and force the U.S. economy to rely on unsustainable wind and solar energy for future power generation. Americans in the know realize this course of action will lead to energy shortages, brownouts and blackouts, higher energy prices, and more. Lawsuits seeking to curtail the EPA's power are pending in federal court -- and the plaintiffs point out that the EPA is violating its own rules and federal law in its quest for power.
On Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22, we will be deluged with the propaganda of countless organizations.
This isn’t just a war on coal. It is a war on our entire economic system, capitalism.
Thanks to President Obama, we have lost another six years on the Yucca Mountain project. That fits with his refusal to permit the Keystone XL pipeline. No energy project that might actually benefit America will ever see his signature.
Let’s appreciate the Earth, not worship it.
No sooner than the Obama Administration and the Green Left realized that public support for their climate agenda was at an all-time low, the co-conspirators for fundamental transformation formulated a plan to smear every well-known scientist who dared challenge the false consensus that they should play on fears of climate change" to implement their radical agenda. CFAC contributor Alan Caruba shows how this is thinly veiled fascism -- because they fear the truth.
Increasing ozone standards only makes sense if you want to harm the economy in every way possible.
Alaska has vast energy reserves. America needs the energy and Alaska needs the income. Why would President Obama interfere?
Will regulations strangle the American economy?
Alan Caruba slams NASA for becoming a non-factor in the exploration of space and instead allowing itself to be used as a mouthpiece for the global warming movement. While spouting off that 2014 was the warmest year ever (in modern times, of course), NASA calmly forgot to note that it used only surface temperatures (with many rural data stations missing and others corrupted in heat islands) rather than the more accurate satellite measurements to make its determinations. Fortunately, the real facts are much more readily available today -- including at the upcoming 10th annual l International Conference on Climate Change in June.
Is it surprising that EPA continues to tell big fat lies about anything it wants to ban, but is reluctant to show the “science” on which the bans are based?
A cruel and costly climate hoax is being perpetrated by President Obama and, in particular, by the Environmental Protection Agency.
So the UN IPCC wants us to stop using fossil fuels entirely by 2100 -- whether or not we will need them. Alan Caruba recommends that everyone read Alex Epstein's great new book, The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels. Epstein argues that we have used the power of fossil-fueled machines to build a durable civilization that is highly resilient to extreme heat, extreme cold, floods, storms, and so on” -- and that this demonstrates the foolishness of those who oppose their use.
Mr. Lazear is just one of many, often with distinguished careers in other fields than meteorology or climatology, who have bought into the hoax and who declaim the need to reduce carbon dioxide. He’s wrong. The others are wrong.