Yet another bold initiative by the President to strengthen American energy security is thwarted by a liberal judge legislating from the bench.
U.S. District Court Judge Paul Diamond said the plaintiffs lacked standing.
Dear President Trump: We support this commission to be charged with conducting an independent, high-level review of the Fourth National Climate Assessment and other official reports relating to climate and its implications for national security.
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.
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.
Team warming is apoplectic at the very thought that a group of scientists might examine its cherished claims.
President Trump may finally do something about the rampant Obama-era climate change alarmism in our regulatory agencies.
ANWR will provide much needed jobs, revenue and energy for Alaskans and all Americans.
A growing economy is good news for the environment.
The issue is so-called "gaps" in the existing legal system, at least according to the Secretary-General's contentious report. Many delegates, including America's, said they were biased wishes, not gaps. In fact they were seen by many countries as attacks on existing laws and agreements.
BY GABRIELA HOFFMAN: The goal of the bill is to ensure the survival of endangered salmon, steelhead, and other native fish species in the Columbia River system.
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).
The United States played a leading role in "writing the rule book" for the Paris climate agreement, but also made clear its intention to exit the agreement as soon as possible.