COP 21 could give President Obama the final tools to transform America into a third world economy.
Climate funding is a major sticking point at the UN climate talks in Paris. An Obama Administration official would not rule out shutting down the government over the UN "Green Climate Fund." If climate funding is not made part of a binding treaty, future U.S. Administrations will be free to cut off the funds at any time.
Developing nations are only in the UN climate pact for the cash. What if there is none?
Assuming the increasingly dubious position that the UN's climate models have some validity, should we truly hamstring America's prosperity and competitive position to make a meaningless one hundredth degree reduction in world temperature?
After years of deliberate delays President Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline today. This is a victory for radical environmentalists and those who wish America ill. It is a punch in the face to everyone else.
Will President Obama subject America to a UN climate court? He will if he signs onto one of the latest UN draft texts prepared in the run-up to the big UN summit in Paris.
Catholics need to learn the true nature of the radicals advising the Vatican on global warming.
President Obama’s Alaskan climate grandstanding was a flop on its two most vital points.
Developing nations are demanding the U.S. and other prosperous nations shoulder the liability for any natural disasters that happen to strike their countries as a condition to their signing the UN climate agreement.
Obama's "Clean Power Plan" will hammer everything we make, grow, ship, eat and do. It will impair our livelihoods, living standards, liberties and life spans.
The Obama Environmental Protection Agency and environmental activists frequently claim that climate change will disproportionately affect poor and minority communities. In their view, this justifies unprecedented environmental regulations, like EPA's pending “Clean Power Plan” (CPP) to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions from coal and gas-fueled power plants 30% by 2030. But what effect will the regulation itself have on poor and minority communities?
What can be done to curb these abuses and usurpations, and rein in this renegade agency?
President Obama’s hubris is breathtaking.
When you think of national security threats, words like ISIS, North Korea, and Al Qaeda probably come to mind. For President Obama, however, you can add another sinister term: “Climate denier.”
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.