A giant leap backward.
Science is objective, not emotional. Time to hold climate science up the the rigorous standards the scientific method demands. Featuring Marc Morano -- WATCH NOW
When a vocal constituency advocates bad policy their political friends are damned if they do and damned if they don't.
A growing economy is good news for the environment.
Aren't we entitled to a reality check before we turn over control of our economy to the Left to redistribute our wealth?
Whether we call it carbon pricing, or more accurately carbon taxation, the correct adjective is dangerous.
BY MICHELLE STIRLING: “Hothouse Earth” was really a sociological paper. It was published under a PNAS category that requires a fee. That's an "advertorial."
BY TOM HARRIS & Dr. JAY LEHR: The global climate scare – and policies resulting from it – are based on models that do not work.
BY MICHELLE STIRLING: As Joanne Nova reports in “The Other Side of Climate,”carbon markets are booming for banks and big business, but it all costs you and me, the little guy, way more than we can pay."
Increasingly absurd disaster rhetoric is consistently contradicted by climate and weather reality.
Given a choice between speculative claims of imminent, rapid sea level rise versus long-established objective data showing minimal historic sea level rise with no recent acceleration, the smart money says claims of imminent, rapid sea level rise are unfounded.
Gaslighting those who correct the record on climate.
A government-mandated transition to 100% renewable energy would completely destroy the U.S. industrial base and cause lights to go out in millions of households across the country.
This 2019 new year of political climate change now finds green energy lobbies lining up to extract more subsidy gratitude from an indebted Democrat House majority.
BY WILLIAM KOVACS: without independent testing of the factual claims establishing its Finding, EPA retains the power to regulate all energy-producing and energy-using activities throughout the United States – and thus to regulate our production, consumption, transportation, employment base and living standards.