Federal judge tells climate litigants to tally the numerous blessings from fossil fuels since 1859.
Trump should embrace (and expand) the court ruling that his Twitter account is a free speech forum.
Putin pals fund radical groups that interfere with US elections, energy, agriculture and economy.
The Green attack on genetically improved crops is deeply unscientific and hurts the environment, the poor and everyone.
Opponents make compelling case but can’t derail or even slow this well-protected industry.
Radical environmentalists put people last, and destroy habitats and wildlife to end fossil fuels.
Administrator Pruitt initiates overdue changes to bring transparency, integrity to rulemaking.
Boulderites want the courts to force ExxonMobil and Suncor to pay treble damages for causing too much snow and thus floods in some years, too little snow and thus droughts and poor ski conditions in other years; multiple heat waves in some years, bitter cold in others.
Concerns over impacts from energy projects disappear where “green” energy is involved.
Politicians must consider unintended consequences.
CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen warns that the impending lawsuits against oil and gas companies -- created by corrupt city governments as a last-gasp hope for escaping bankruptcy -- pose grave danger for the U.S. economy should these cities succeed. Yet, says Driessen, the very premises of these suits suggests they should be thrown out of court.
CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen exposes the unscientific shenanigans of the International Agency for Research on Cancer that are under Congressional investigation for scientific bias, secrecy, and corruption -- and how the IARC, much of whose funding is from the U.S. Congress, has arrogantly obfuscated, stalled, and even demanded immunity.
Oil and natural gas aren’t just fuels. They supply building blocks for pharmaceuticals; plastics in vehicle bodies, athletic helmets, and numerous other products; and complex composites in solar panels and wind turbine blades and nacelles. The U.S. was importing 65% of its petroleum in 2005, creating serious national security concerns. But fracking helped cut imports to 40% and the U.S. now exports oil and gas. Today’s vital raw materials foundation also includes exotic minerals like gallium, germanium, rare-earth elements, and platinum-group metals. For the U.S., they are “critical” because they are required in thousands of applications; they become “strategic” when we don’t [...]
CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen strongly recommends reading geologist Gregory Wrightstone's new 123-page book, "Inconvenient Facts: The Science That Al Gore Doesn't Want You To Know" as a tool for refuting the wild claims of climate alarmists and their minions.
CFACT Senior Policy Analyst Paul Driessen sings an ode to the benefits of federalism and other gifts from the founders in an article inspired by a jazz combo. He reports that the 2016 election was swung in "flyover country" out of a growing frustration with an ever-expanding federal government that had largely discarded the concept of federalism and was dictating too many aspects of our lives.