CFACT in the media

Morano on dire studies leading up to UN Summit: ‘Its political lobbying disguised as science’

Morano: 'Global temperatures have been at a standstill. How do you make that sound scary? You make a bunch of scary predictions about a hundred years from now and you say ‘Hey it's worse than we thought’ – You respond: ‘What's worse? Global temperatures haven't gone up’ and the climate activists answer is ‘The predictions of the future are now much worse than they were a few years ago.

By |2015-11-07T23:04:07-04:00November 7th, 2015|Videos|29 Comments

Singin’ the blues for Gina “Old Yellowstain” McCarthy

There's a fun little interlude in "The Caine Mutiny" during which a young ship's ensign sings "The Yellowstain Blues" to honor Captain Queeg's incompetence. Here it is for 2015's "Old Yellowstain," Gina McCarthy, whose EPA released the contaminants that turned the Animas River yellow.

By |2015-08-19T09:34:06-04:00August 19th, 2015|Media|Comments Off on Singin’ the blues for Gina “Old Yellowstain” McCarthy

“Farming in Fear” Watch the trailer

"Farming in Fear" pieces together Martha's story from interviews and documentation, tracking the nearly 10-year ordeal she's gone through just to earn a living in spite of corrupt local ordinances, abusive management of her conservation easement, and personal attacks through the introduction of an amendment to Virginia's Right to Farm Act called the 'Boneta Bill', designed to protect small farmers so that what happened to Martha never happens again.

By |2015-07-15T11:08:58-04:00July 15th, 2015|Videos|5 Comments

CFACT on PBS – Catholics should demand energy for the poor

PBS is not known for its balanced coverage of global warming, but CFACT provided some rare balance. CFACT's Marc Morano, editor of our award-winning Climate Depot news and information service, is interviewed and presents an informed Catholic's perspective on science and an appropriate plea for the poor.

By |2015-06-22T11:06:59-04:00June 22nd, 2015|Videos|Comments Off on CFACT on PBS – Catholics should demand energy for the poor