To quote the top comment from a fan on the Yankees’ Facebook post about this UN publicity stunt, “play baseball, not politics.”
Magnets are good for posting up photos and little reminders on your refrigerator. But can they also be used for cleaning up oil spills on our oceans?
BY Dr. JAY LEHR: How do shale gas companies get to the milkshake?
Yet another bold initiative by the President to strengthen American energy security is thwarted by a liberal judge legislating from the bench.
The terrifyingly naïve socialist Green New Deal (GND) proposed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez offers the best example I can think of why 16-year-olds shouldn’t be given the right to vote.
When only one side of a scientific debate is consistently presented, it’s no longer teaching. It’s brainwashing.
U.S. District Court Judge Paul Diamond said the plaintiffs lacked standing.
What about wind and solar? We feel like they’re clean because we don’t burn them. Well… not directly. But, let’s be real.
"Clean" energy is not so simple. WATCH NOW.
The extensive intermittency of renewable power makes any cost savings irrelevant, because the cost to overcome the intermittency is astronomical.
Will this new biotech technique be the answer to mosquito borne illnesses plaguing much of the world?
By Collister Johnson, Jr. CO2 (the gas you just exhaled) might not be such a bad fella after all.
BY RON STEIN AND TODD ROYAL: Can the California grid handle the charging challenges for the electric vehicles it's pushing?
The Green New Deal was designed to "mobilize every aspect of American society on a scale not seen since World War II.” The entire Republican caucus and three Democrats voted against it. The rest courageously voted "present," including the GND's Senate co-sponsors. Does anyone know whether any Senators voted "present" after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor?
BY CHRIS WHITE: Most Democrats vote "present" following reports suggesting the GND, which seeks to phase out fossil fuel usage within 12 years, could costs tens of trillions of dollars.