A number of federal agencies either maintain or fund websites that specifically exist to push climate alarmist teaching materials.
The media should do its job and vet global warming claims by speaking to a variety of experts.
The children being used as global warming propaganda props don't know what they don't know about the climate.
The news media recently promoted a ‘scare of the day’ that global warming is negatively impacting commercial fishermen and reducing global fish production. Objective data obliterate that claim.
For natural climate change, the Golden State doesn’t need bullet trains. It needs reservoirs.
BY MICHAEL GREER: It’s difficult not to be skeptical of the claims made by climate alarmists when they are unwilling to even enter into a discussion with a colleague who might question their conclusions.
“60 Minutes” used to be known for hard-hitting journalism. But when it comes to climate change alarmism, the news magazine show becomes a promoter of the cause. On March 3, 2019, Steve Kroft lobbed softball after softball to his interviewees without even bothering to engage in critical examination. What would Andy Rooney think?
President Trump is preparing to establish a climate security commission. Warming campaigners want to shut it down. They want to upend and transform America, but demand No Debate on underlying “science.”
America needs the PCCS and Dr. Happer is the qualified adult in the room to head it up.
Why do global warming proponents fear inquiry?
How did climate ever become a national security issue in the first place?
Team warming is apoplectic at the very thought that a group of scientists might examine its cherished claims.
What happens when – in the name of combating climate change – gigantic, industrial-sized renewable energy projects are thrust upon unsuspecting rural communities?
The media communicates transparently false and provocatively sensationalized climate claims without vetting them.
President Trump may finally do something about the rampant Obama-era climate change alarmism in our regulatory agencies.