President Obama, Secretary of State Kerry, Governor Jerry Brown, former Governor Schwarzenegger, and more — The New American is on-site in Paris, reporting on their statements and actions at the UN’s COP21 conference.
Alaskans are soon to suffer the pain of falling oil and natural gas prices, since fossil fuel extraction has largely funded government for many years. by Bob Adelmann
A non-profit organization dedicated to exposing threats to digital liberties and preserving those liberties has accused Google of spying on students via the use of Chromebooks in schools. In violation of an agreement Google signed in January forbidding the harvesting of student data, it has done exactly that "for its own purposes," according to a complaint the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has filed with the FTC.
The New American’s Alex Newman interviews Marc Morano, founder of ClimateDepot.com, who was premiering an important new documentary film "Climate Hustle" in Paris, France during the UN’s COP21 climate conference.
For die-hard global warming militants, there are few villains in the rogue’s gallery of “deniers” more hated than U.S. Senator James Inhofe.
A study was done to determine whether Americans deem climate-change "deniers" persuasive, and they do.
PARIS — Amid United Nations efforts to shackle humanity to a UN “climate regime” at the COP21 global-warming summit, an international team of scientists and experts from various fields debunked the hysteria at a separate conference in Paris for realists.
As the 21st Convention of Parties (COP21) climate talks are taking place in Paris right now, about 40,000 world leaders, diplomats, activists, policy experts, and journalists have been meeting to discuss the topic of climate change. Such a substantial gathering of individuals from around the globe requires an extensive budget to cover costs associated with housing, work areas, food, transportation, entertainment, and other costs. Considering the stated purpose of the summit, to stifle climate change, one may be surprised to learn that a substantial portion of the summit’s cost has been covered by private corporations. Among those corporations are businesses with direct ties to fossil fuel.
In the almost two and a half years since former NSA contractor Ed Snowden revealed the ubiquitous surveillance under which the world lives, much of the focus has been on what government agencies are doing. The problem, though, runs deeper. The surveillance state exists within a culture of surveillance created by the incestuous relationship between overreaching government agencies and nosy corporations.
PARIS — In exchange for going along with the United Nations “climate” agenda, the world's largest coalition of Third World dictators and backwards regimes is demanding more than $100 billion per year in global-warming reparations from Western taxpayers.
On November 20 Kathryn Sullivan, the head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), sent a response to Representative Lamar Smith (R-Texas), chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. In what has become a heated debate in the wake of a climate study published by NOAA in the journal Science, Sullivan stated, “I have not or will not allow anyone to manipulate the science or coerce the scientists who work for me.