They want to end fossil fuels and capitalism, control our lives and impose eco-utopia
The agencys real agenda: empire, control, and inverted justice for poor and minority families
Four news stories in four days sum up the Obama presidency and help explain why the world and U.S. economy are in such a mess.
Obama and EPA are determined to destroy US coal, people’s lives and welfare be damned.
Obama-Kerry policies would perpetuate energy poverty, malnutrition, disease and death.
When it comes to attacking climate scientists, the alarmist Left has the market cornered.
Ethanol damages your cars, small engines, food budget – and kills Gulf of Mexico animals.
t was a surreal experience. As the Heartland Institute’s hugely successful Ninth International Conference on Climate Change ended, I agreed to let Greenpeace activist Connor Gibson interview me.
Poor countries should hold Big Green groups and directors liable for ravages they cause
FOIA request seeks hidden data and analyses that agency claims back up its climate scares.
Two western state governors intend to get low carbon fuel standards, by legislation or decree.
Last year, Congress enacted 72 new laws and federal agencies promulgated 3,659 new rules, imposing $1.86 trillion in annual regulatory compliance costs on American businesses and families.
Anti-fracking fervor underscores dismissive attitudes toward working classes and poor families.
Impose job-killing policies on the assumption that we’re causing a CO2-driven catastrophe.
It is the symbol of Big Green’s die hard opposition to hydrocarbons and modern living standards
Distractions, agendas, false realities, and policies that bring much harm but few benefits
Can the rest of America afford its Alice in Wonderland energy policies for? (Can California?)
Built on a foundation of sand, the Leaning Tower of Pisa would have toppled over long ago, if not for ingenious engineering projects that keep it from tilting any further. The same thing is true of ethanol, automobile mileage, power plant pollution and many other environmental policies.
One of America’s earliest food crops – almonds – is also one of the most important for commercial beekeepers. Almonds depend on bees for pollination, but the explosive growth of this bumper crop taxes the very honeybees the industry needs to thrive.
The Obama Environmental Protection Agency recently slashed the maximum allowable sulfur content in gasoline from 30 parts per million to 10 ppm.