How did we let the big government crowd make our environment their ruse de guerre?
California's ZEV mandate means cash-strapped consumers in heartland America will be paying more to buy a conventional car.
There are valid reasons to question the theory of manmade climate change, and to urge greater study of the issue.
This is prime time to visit the Depot and get the latest on the NYT, Gore's movie flop, Morano marked for death (we kid you not) and more!
America cannot reindustrialize with an outdated electric grid.
Alarmist warnings about overpopulation have been common; but now it appears the alleged threat of climate change is driving new population worries.
EPA's claims about the lives its regulations "save" don't hold up to scrutiny. WATCH NOW.
There's something fishy about MSN.com's claims about Antarctica.
Saturday's "March for Science" dramatically illustrated that "science" is the last thing the global warming movement is about.
The "March for Science" was a “March for Silence” on real climate facts, and a rain-soaked but well-publicized call to keep the federal dollars rolling, as long as they keep going in the wrong direction.
2016 proved to be a big year for nuclear power, with 10 new reactors coming online around the world.
Steve Milloy has a new book on the subject called “Scare Pollution,
90,000 homes in Australia experienced major blackouts five times over the last six months. Thousands left in the dark in Belgium and placed on high security after the electric grid went down. Who's next? WATCH NOW
Japan tried to move forward with solar and wind energy, but found it to be expensive and unreliable. Thus, Japan has turned to coal: a source they believe to be much more dependable, and one with which they hope to get over 30% of their electricity by 2040."
The journals of great polar explorers from over 100 years ago like Ernest Shackleton and Robert Falcon Scott, indicate Antarctic sea ice has barely changed from where it was a century ago.