William F. Jasper
The EPA’s toxic mega-spill of millions of gallons of heavy metal-laden wastewater into Colorado’s Animas River is not EPA Chief Gina McCarthy’s only problem; a congressional committee is calling her on the carpet for lying during testimony to Congress.
Alarmists pushing the UN’s anti-carbon climate change agenda claim we are already “Halfway to Hell,” i.e., the arbitrary 2-degrees C above pre-industrial global temperatures that will supposedly render life impossible. Voters worldwide, apparently, are not buying the hype.
The Iran nuclear deal is a scheme that was brokered by the UN, the European Union, Iran, the Obama administration — and most importantly of all, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the private “think tank” that has been the principle brain center of the organized world government advocates for the past century.
The Obama Defense Department is at it again, ratcheting up the global warming fear index in preparation for the big UN climate summits in New York (September) and Paris (December).
Apart from the many problematic details of the Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran, there is the overriding problem of the entire P5+1 process that produced the agreement, and, even more importantly, the U.S. Senate’s abdication of its constitutional “advice and consent” obligation.
Nobel Physicist/Obama advisor slams Obama climate angst as “ridiculous” but media ignores science to dish up rants and stunts from “experts” Leonardo DiCaprio, George Clooney, Robert Redford, Jane Fonda, etc.
Unsustainable! United Nations steps up calls for $trillions in aid for “green technology” and other socialist/corporatist boondoggles.
Governor Paul LePage signs a "constitutional carry" bill into law, and Pine Tree State residents no longer need permits for self-defense.
Newsweek celebrates “How Corporate America Propelled Same-Sex Marriage”; Walmart sponsors a perverse NYC “Gay Pride” parade in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling.
Now that Congress has passed Trade Promotion Authority/Fast Track, the Council on Foreign Relations is taking the lead in calling for China to be included in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.