green economyThe estimated cost of an United Nations-imposed “green” economy continues to skyrocket, with a new report alleging that the annual expenditures would be over $1 trillion and could even exceed $2.5 trillion.

Senator Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) has announced that he plans to introduce legislation to reverse the ban on incandescent light bulbs which is scheduled to go into effect January 1, 2014. The ban was included in a comprehensive energy bill that President George W. Bush signed into law in 2007 as an amendment, and was intended as a means of saving energy and limiting pollution.

For the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the evidence for the need for government intervention is everywhere, for there dangers in the air we breathe, and in the water we drink. That it is becoming increasingly clear that the allegations of such dangers are often not accompanied with actual evidence is of little importance — at least for EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson.

Your Hometown & the United Nations’ Agenda 21In March 2010, Nor-Cal Produce, a family-owned produce business in West Sacramento, was fined $32,500 by the California Air Resources Board (ARB, or CARB). The company was not charged with, or even accused of, illegal emissions; like many other businesses, it had merely failed to notice a new regulation posted by CARB requiring all semi-trailers, shipping containers, vans, and rail cars with diesel-powered refrigerators to file a report with the agency.

snow-trapped carsCan global warming cause great snowstorms?  America is certainly experiencing very cold weather, unseasonably cold weather which, in some places, is as cold as has been recorded by man.  Yet experts in universities and government agencies insist on telling us that we are facing a crisis of global warming.