Climate alarmism helps Republicans

Recent history shows that strident actions by radical Greens has had negative impacts for Democratic Party candidates in followup elections. Current polls show growing disinterest in environmentalist causes, and for good reason. The cataclysmic predictions have just not come true. Frustration increases as government impsoes ever more stringent regulations to solve a problem fewer and fewer consider important. In short, keep up the good work, guys!

By |2015-06-30T02:43:31+00:00June 30th, 2015|Uncategorized|2 Comments

Senate hearing proves Obama is lying about “climate change”

Spencer pointed out: “The magnitude of global-average atmospheric warming between 1997 and 2012 is only about 50% that predicted by the climate models.… The level of warming in the most recent 15-year period is not significantly different from zero, despite this being the period of greatest greenhouse gas concentration. This is in stark contrast to claims that warming is ‘accelerating.’”

By |2013-09-05T11:00:42+00:00July 22nd, 2013|CFACT Insights, Op-Ed Articles|1 Comment

Winners and losers energy policies

Governor Mitt Romney strongly supports North American energy independence as the foundation of renewed US employment and prosperity. President Obama is waging war on fossil fuels, job creation, and efforts to end our economic recession and reduce dependence on Middle Eastern and Russian oil.

By |2012-10-25T12:15:30+00:00October 18th, 2012|CFACT Insights|1 Comment

Shale gas: Boon for or bane to humanity?

The carbon footprint of shale gas is about one-third as high as if coal were burned to produce electricity, says a team of researchers who were obviously offended by the rush-to-block-any-new-fuel “study” of Cornell University’s Robert Howarth. Howarth’s recent widely circulated, paper in Climatic Change claims shale gas is perhaps twice as bad for the environment as burning coal. Dr. Lawrence Cathless III, also of Cornell, sees shale gas as a bonanza for the whole world. He and his team reject the Howarth contention that huge amounts of shale gas will leak during well completion and gas delivery. “For a high volume shale [...]

By |2012-10-25T11:25:04+00:00January 24th, 2012|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Shale gas: Boon for or bane to humanity?

Hayhoe gets the heave-ho!

GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich sacked Texas Tech global warming professor Katharine Hayhoe after radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh read an exclusive Climate Depot report on December 19 about Gingrich's collaboration with the professor. [See: Rush Limbaugh Features Climate Depot: 'Our old buddy Marc Morano, used to be 'Our Man in Washington' on my TV show, and now is a global warming expert. He's got a blog called Climate Depot' Limbaugh: 'According to Morano, Newt's book in 2013's gonna feature a chapter by a Texas Tech climate scientist named Katharine Hayhoe...Hayhoe is one of Newt's experts'] A Limbaugh listener who heard Limbaugh [...]

By |2011-12-30T00:00:00+00:00December 30th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Hayhoe gets the heave-ho!

Senator Inhofe and CFACT hold press conference in Durban

On Wednesday, 7 December at 15:30 CAT (local time) CFACT cosponsored a press conference with U.S. Senator James Inhofe at the UN climate change conference in Durban, South Africa. View highlights from the press conference, including Senator Inhofe's statement, above. If you wish to watch the full 30-minutes, the UN has made the full press conference available as a webcast here.On Tuesday, CFACT conducted a highly publicized parachute drop which called attention to Climategate 2.0.The Wednesday press conference featured an analysis from Senator Inhofe of the prospects of a new climate treaty in the U.S. Senate.  The conference also featured the [...]

By |2011-12-07T00:00:00+00:00December 7th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Senator Inhofe and CFACT hold press conference in Durban

American resources – for American jobs, revenue and prosperity

A frequent refrain during budget and debt ceiling debates is that we need revenue enhancement: higher tax rates, reduced deductions, eliminated credits. But doing this, especially amid today’s massively expanding regulations, will kill more jobs and further reduce government revenues.There is a better way. Huge revenue sources are literally under our noses, or more precisely our feet.America is blessed with vast oil, gas, coal, uranium, rare earth and other natural resource riches – to compliment our ultimate resource: the creative, competitive, innovative spirit of our people.Finding and developing these resources would generate millions of jobs and billions, even trillions, in new [...]

By |2012-10-25T12:15:32+00:00August 15th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on American resources – for American jobs, revenue and prosperity

After pressure from Climate Depot, Gingrich ‘regrets’ Gore climate ad with Pelosi

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has officially flip-flopped about his 2008 Al Gore ad with Nancy Pelosi on global warming. Gingrich declared he now "regrets" making the commercial. Gingrich's announcement comes after months of pressure from global warming skeptics, led by Climate Depot. (See: Sierra Club's Carl Pope recognizes Climate Depot as Kingmaker: 'All seem to be mindful of the remarkable know-nothing standard set for GOP candidates by Marc Morano') The Hill – July 26, 2011 Excerpt: Gingrich regrets 2008 climate ad with Pelosi -- By Michael O'Brien - 07/26/11 -- Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) said Tuesday that he [...]

By |2011-07-28T00:00:00+00:00July 28th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on After pressure from Climate Depot, Gingrich ‘regrets’ Gore climate ad with Pelosi

Last chance for GOP to stop EPA train wreck

By Steve MilloyThis article originally appeared in the Washington Times.     The next month is a good time for Congressional Republicans to move beyond empty gestures to solve the job-killing and economy-slowing problem that is the Obama Environmental Protection Agency. Since January, the EPA has been implementing its greenhouse-gas regulations and has advanced an entire suite of regulations intended to make it painfully expensive for utilities to continue burning coal for electricity generation. Known as the "EPA train wreck," the regulations will force utilities to further reduce emissions of conventional pollutants such as sulfur dioxide, nitrous oxides and mercury even though the [...]

By |2011-07-12T00:00:00+00:00July 12th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Last chance for GOP to stop EPA train wreck

CFACT’s Morano on Sen. Inhofe’s growing influence

Marc Morano, editor of CFACT's Climate Depot website, was recently quoted in a National Journal article on Senator James Inhofe, the most vocal critic of global warming science and policy in the U.S. Senate. The following is an excerpt from the original article at National Journal: If Republicans control the Senate [after the 2012 elections], Inhofe will be more than chairman like he was under then-President George W. Bush from 2003 to 2006. He’ll be the leading voice in a chamber where the political consensus on climate change has splintered within the Republican Party. And in the absence of comprehensive climate [...]

By |2012-10-19T18:02:12+00:00June 24th, 2011|Citations|Comments Off on CFACT’s Morano on Sen. Inhofe’s growing influence

Rural American jobs threatened by Obama forest plan

Afraid that a new plan by the U.S. Forest Service will wreak economic havoc on timber-dependent rural communities, lawmakers from both political parties are expressing their displeasure with the Obama administration initiative.At issue is a sweeping so-called “planning rule” that would guide land-use decision on 198 million acres of federal forests and grasslands across the country. Released in February as a proposed rule, the plan has come under a barrage of criticism for emphasizing species preservation and climate change over the well-being of rural Americans.According to Greenwire (May 5, 2011), Rep. Glenn Thompson (R-Pennsylvania), chairman of the House Agriculture Committee’s subcommittee [...]

By |2011-05-25T00:00:00+00:00May 25th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Rural American jobs threatened by Obama forest plan

CFACT’s Morano holds Gingrich’s feet to fire for climate position

"Climate change is pestering the launch of Newt Gingrich's presidential bid," reported E&E News' ClimateWire. The E&E reporter then proceeded to extensively quote CFACT's Marc Morano as the primary watchdog bringing attention to Newt's past position on global warming.Specifically, Morano has been holding Gingrich's feet to the fire for appearing in a climate fear ad with Nancy Pelosi. Morano is demanding that he recant and apologize, but so far Newt's spokesperson has said he will not.News outlets quickly pounced on the story, including the UK Guardian, Rolling Stone, The Washington Times, E&E News' Climatewire, and Fox News (see excerpts below).“Politicians like [...]

By |2011-05-13T00:00:00+00:00May 13th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on CFACT’s Morano holds Gingrich’s feet to fire for climate position

New “Wild Lands” battle

Caught flat-footed when the Obama administration’s controversial “wild lands” initiative was defunded under the recent Continuing Resolution (CR), environmental groups are vowing to fight to restore funds to the plan. It won’t be easy.As part of the budget deal negotiated between the White House and Capitol Hill to fund the government through the end of the current fiscal year, Sept. 30, lawmakers denied the Interior Department any money to implement the wild lands scheme. Unveiled shortly before Christmas last year, the administration’s plan would have allowed the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to designate millions of acres of federal [...]

By |2011-05-11T00:00:00+00:00May 11th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on New “Wild Lands” battle

Congress bickers over biodegradable forks

CFACT's Marc Morano, editor of Climate Depot, appeared on Fox News with Neil Cavuto to discuss congressional Democrat's fight for biodegradable forks, knives, and spoons in the congressional cafeteria. Under Nancy Pelosi's "Green the Capitol" initiative, the flatwear in the Capitol's cafeteria was replaced with biodegradable utensils made from corn starch. They soon proved impractical, actually melting in hot soup and too flimsy to even eat a salad. Bipartisan complaints rolled in from all quarters. Now that the House is under GOP control, the "green" forks are history, and useful utensils are back in diners' hands. Some members of Congress, however, [...]

By |2011-03-25T00:00:00+00:00March 25th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Congress bickers over biodegradable forks
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