When a vocal constituency advocates bad policy their political friends are damned if they do and damned if they don't.
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A growing economy is good news for the environment.
Is America ready for full-blown socialism?
The hard Left is planning disruption and violence to silence a CFACT speaker at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Saturday's "March for Science" dramatically illustrated that "science" is the last thing the global warming movement is about.
March organizer calls out “greedy” billionaires and the fallacies of capitalism, then threatens violence against those who get in the way of creating a new order. WATCH NOW
There has been no clearer comparison between capitalism and socialism than the two Germanys that were created at the end of World War II -- socialist/communist East Germany, under Soviet hegemony, and capitalist West Germany, with strong ties to Western Europe and the United States. Clearly, West Germany's capitalist system produced better results for its people -- and only recently have East Germans begun to prosper after many years of freedom.
A former Venezuelan elected official explains how Socialism wrecked his country. Watch now.
Collectivism is based on faulty principles
A 1985 newspaper assignment took me from West Berlin, a rich, vibrant, noisy, stylish, all-night reveling open city with symphony concerts next to live nude girl shows and fancy eateries, like New Orleans’ Bourbon Street on steroids – a glittering capitalist island surrounded by drab communist mediocrity – into East Berlin where I was to report on how the Soviet puppet state really worked.
Marita Noon shatters any illusion that the New York Climate March was about anything other than destroying the capitalist system and replacing it with a totalitarian, top-down socialist state. As one commenter said, "These people are defined by what they hate, and a big part of what they hate is capitalism.”
A small sample of the propaganda imagery of the Rio+20 summit
The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) insists we embrace "sustainable development" to save the planet. But when CFACT asked ICLEI members at their "World Congress" in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, we got more "umms" and "uhhs" than anything else!
The International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) is calling for economic "contraction" in America and the rest of the developed world. Their "World Congress" conference in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, however, is a lavish affair replete with rich food, champagne and opulence. The blatant hypocrisy is stunning.