A new rule is being pushed by the EPA in hopes that they can garnish wages for environmental offenses without needing a court order.
CFACT to legislators -- Facts beat propaganda, so don't be intimidated and never back down!
Every American who still believes in honest science, accountable constitutional government – and the right of people everywhere to affordable energy and modern living standards – must tell these radical ideologues that this power grab will not be tolerated.
Acts of eco-terror are becoming more common and endorsed by supposedly mainstream environmental groups. Ron Arnold, author of EcoTerror: The Violent Agenda to Save Nature, is here to comment:
When it comes to global warming, melting ice caps and scorching heat waves often top the list of big worries. But now, just the act of worrying itself is allegedly becoming a new consequence of dreaded climate change.
It’s been widely touted that 97% of scientists believe global warming is mostly driven by human activities. But according to meteorologist Anthony Watts, this alleged consensus is extremely deceptive.
No one likes seeing cigarette butts on the ground. But one creative artist in Hollywood decided to do something about it and made some interesting apparel from the butts he collected.
There’s a growing idea out there that humanity is currently using up the resources of one and a half Earths each year, and that our ecological footprint is simply unsustainable.
In the wake of the tragic typhoon Yolanda that killed over 5,000 people in the Philippines, climate activists attempted to blame it on man-made global warming. Marc Morano, editor of ClimateDepot.com, says this is incorrect.
Many environmentalists want to stop the burning of coal for electricity. But a new report from the International Energy Agency says this abundant resource is critical for lifting people out of poverty.
You’ve already been vilified for contributing to alleged global warming when you power up your car or truck engine. But how about your computer’s search engine?
The chemical Bisphenol-A, or BPA, found in plastic has been blamed for a variety of health problems recently, but are these concerns justified? Dr. Patrick Michaels of the Cato Institute says no and here explains why.
While the UN’s latest global warming report rightfully lowers alarm about the link between climate change and extreme weather events, it does warn of increased risk of wildfires. But according to Dr. David Evans, a statistician and climate policy expert in Australia, it is fuel loads of combustible trees that pose the much greater risk.
In northern California, Chinook salmon have long been threatened in part because the young fish that swim from the Sacramento River to the ocean are often too small and helpless to escape the predators that eat them by the millions.
Those fearful about man-made global warming want to see stricter government regulations on carbon to stave off climate catastrophe. But according to the Center for the Study of Science, carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. from energy production and use have been declining since 2005.