Billionaire’s Club funds climate crisis propaganda

An elite club of old and new money billionaires has created a subterranean, interlocking network of nonprofit organizations, foundations, and government bureaucrats to control both the funding and the "spin" on high-level environmental topics, including climate change. Even if they do not succeed in shutting down the energy industry (and more), their efforts provide a stiff headwind against human progress.

By |2016-05-23T15:19:01+00:00May 23rd, 2016|CFACT Insights|1 Comment

Climate alarm skeptics defend constitutional liberties

The Left in America no longer makes even the slightest pretense of following the U.S. Constitution. Instead, they have undertaken a very public conspiracy to deprive opponents of their fraudulent schemes that include massive transfers of taxpayer dollars to crony, doomed to fail corporations using the RICO statute. One wonders why no state attorney general has not already initiated a RICO investigation against this climate cabal? They are the ones profiting from climate hysteria.

By |2016-05-02T14:51:54+00:00May 2nd, 2016|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Climate alarm skeptics defend constitutional liberties

‘Martin Act’ targets ExxonMobil for phony climate alarm

The New York Attorney General is using an obscure 1921 law -- originally aimed at stock-sale fraud -- to attack ExxonMobil with threats of prison time for its principals. Some Democratic Congress members have demanded a Securities and Exchange Commission and Justice Department investigation of ExxonMobil in much the same way they went after the tobacco industry in the 1990s, and Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D, RI) wants a RICO investigation of the company. The only problem: the "Crime" they want ExxonMobil prosecuted for never happened except in the twisted minds of the would-be judges and juries.

By |2015-11-23T14:59:36+00:00November 23rd, 2015|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on ‘Martin Act’ targets ExxonMobil for phony climate alarm

Back to petroleum for BP

Without subsidies, renewables cannot compete — and so BP is bailing. Addressing wind energy’s future, Amy Grace, a New York-based analyst at New Energy Finance, said: “There’s limited visibility beyond 2014 about what the assets will be worth as a tax credit supporting turbines is set to expire at the end of this year.”

By |2013-04-11T10:56:09+00:00April 8th, 2013|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Back to petroleum for BP