Power of the press? The nomination of radical anti-energy campaigner Rhea Sun Suh as Assistant Secretary of the Interior has been withdrawn.
They've adopted the imagery and rhetoric of the revolutionary Left. How dangerous is this Mobilization? Who are they? What do they really want? Who's pulling the strings? Who's paying for it?
Is global warming the tool anti-capitalists longed for all along?
Big Green money is working to thwart fracking in Colorado. Their ploy? Pretend to be local.
Green gadflies would like to thwart coal exports from Oregon and Washington. This time coal is fighting back.
Billionaire environmentalists have long been at war against the American people -- and hide behind federal agencies which have joyfully done their bidding. Today, however, people are awakening to this threat, and fighting back against the billionaires. As Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has written, the poor will revolt against this micro-management of the economy and the environment by rich elites.
Should the feds seize control over every wet ditch and puddle in the U.S.? Big Green foundations have been lusting after WOTUS power since the late 1990s. People are speaking up and sharing their stories. EPA is sweating. EPA should sweat.
Ever wonder why Green-Left activists are so obsessed about funding? Meet the conservation cash cartel of the uber-rich: the Environmental Grantmakers Association. If you like EPA, you'll love EGA
Electricity for Africa may become a reality, unless global warming campaigners get their way.
A joyous celebration of climate realism in Las Vegas.
Want to get a handle on Big Green? Follow the (dark) money.
Fear is the mind-killer, wrote Frank Herbert in his 1965 science fiction epic, Dune. With that melodramatic mantra as a guide, we can see how ugly, malicious and wrong the Big Green climate mafia is: It's making dead minds. Dead minds don't ask, If we give in to your fear and stop using fossil fuels, how will we meet our energy needs of today and tomorrow? (Ron Arnold attempts to "out nerd" our editor with a science fiction analogy -- Good luck with that).