After releasing a new set of “guidelines” aimed at pushing skeptical state governments to deal with the supposed risks of a “changing climate” in exchange for federal funding, the Obama administration and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are facing a barrage of criticism. Among other concerns, critics contend that the White House is playing politics with disaster funds and overstepping its constitutional authority in a bid to force reluctant governors and state officials to join the anthropogenic (man-made) global-warming bandwagon — or at least pretend that it has legitimacy.
Environmentalist Dr. Patrick Moore explains why he's a climate-change realist, and why you should stop worrying and learn to love CO2.
For the first time since 1969, there have been no U.S. tornadoes thus far in March, confounding predictions that global warming-caused “severe weather” would bring more cyclones and hurricanes.
As pernicious as the Federal Communications Commission's "bright-line" rules prohibiting blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization on the Internet are, they pale in comparison to what FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler called a "catch-all standard." The "general conduct" rule is so broad and vague that there is really no part of the Internet that it does not allow the FCC to regulate.
But this rule may well prove to be the Achilles' heel of Net Neutrality.
Millions of children and adolescents have been diagnosed (and misdiagnosed) as having Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD. A new study suggests that many of them might suffer from symptoms labeled as ADHD that are the result of fluoride that has been put into their tap water by government edict.