Cold kills more than heat & the Hockey Stick that wasn’t

Morano appeared on Canda's Sun TV to discuss why winter cold is killing many times more Britons than heat. He also addresses the stunning admission that a widely publicized study claiming unprecedented warming in the past 100 years was not "statistically robust"--another way of admitting that their conclusions are scientifically baseless.

By |2013-04-04T14:07:34-04:00April 1st, 2013|Videos|4 Comments

EPA charged with lethal experiments on hundreds of unsuspecting subjects

A suit filed in federal court charges the Environmental Protection Agency with conducting illegal and potentially lethal experiments on hundreds of financially needy people who were paid $12/hour without even informing them of risks. Based upon thousands of documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, procedures undertaken since 2004 and continuing through the Obama administration exposed subjects at the University of North Carolina’s School of Medicine to very high levels of toxic air pollutants.

By |2012-11-14T17:57:48-05:00November 14th, 2012|Op-Ed Articles|4 Comments

Canada crushes anti-plastic bottle hype

For years, charges have been made that a common chemical found in plastics, known as BPA, is responsible for birth defects, obesity and even cancer. And while activists have been successful getting their message into the media, they’ve been less successful in getting it validated by peer-reviewed science.

By |2012-11-29T18:37:59-05:00October 31st, 2012|Just the Facts Radio|Comments Off on Canada crushes anti-plastic bottle hype

FDA picks environmental hype over public health

The government has long sought to protect both public health and the environment, but what does it do when these two priorities seemingly conflict with one another? Well such was recently the case when the FDA was charged with removing the last remaining over-the-counter asthma inhaler.

By |2013-02-21T10:56:13-05:00April 22nd, 2011|Just the Facts Radio|Comments Off on FDA picks environmental hype over public health