Barack Obama may have served as the 44th President of the United States, but he is just as wrong as anyone else who approaches global warming from deep roving left field.
Land near any muddy puddle or stream is not safe.
President Barack Obama’s Energy Department Chief Scientist Steven Koonin’s soon-to-be-published book will discuss information that the public really needs to have regarding grossly overheated “climate crisis” media hype.
Joe Biden is assembling an army of radical bureaucrats and no one's freedom is safe.
The former president is critical of Americans’ like of “cheap gas and big cars,” yet affordable energy helps when you’re not wealthy.
In a proclamation issued June 5, President Trump lifted a fishing ban on 4,000 miles of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts National Monument, located about 130 miles off the New England coast.
The rules will require U.S. cars to improve fuel efficiency by 1.5% per year for the model years 2021 through 2026, compared to a nearly 5% annual increase mandated by the Obama administration in 2012.
President Obama purchased a home on Martha's Vineyard that is doomed under his own pronouncements and experienced massive storms long before global warming became a thing.
The Trump administration has officially ended Obama’s war on coal. CFACT Collegians attend in support.
President Trump may finally do something about the rampant Obama-era climate change alarmism in our regulatory agencies.
In 2016, as part of President Obama's last budget proposal, he proposed a per barrel tax on crude oil. Analysts estimated that levy would increase retail gas prices by 25 cents or more. Whom can we trust on energy policy?
USAID now says that climate is supposed to be factored into every project they fund, in every country.
Gabriella Hoffman: President Obama’s EPA deemed all bodies of water—including puddles and ditches— as “navigable waters” subject to regulation under the WOTUS rule.
By rolling back Obama’s 2015 “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule, the administration has put an end to the biggest power grab in the 48-year history of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
By Greg Walcher Can no program be allowed to expire?