So-called global-warming alarmists are in a frenzy after the latest climate data confirmed the Earth actually appears to be entering a potential cooling trend, sea-ice cover in Antarctica is growing to record levels, tornadoes and hurricanes are at record lows, and more. According to experts, the most recent revelations continue to make a mockery of alarmist claims — debunking United Nations theories about human-caused global warming and the wildly inaccurate supposed “climate models” used to forecast doom and gloom by forces seeking carbon taxes and more centralized government.
Federal agencies and tax-exempt foundations are funding “Environmental Justice” and “National Service” programs to propagandize and train unemployed youth as Red/Green cadres.
Sixty trillion dollars? Global warming fright peddlers continue claiming the Arctic ice cap is melting so rapidly we are headed toward an eco-apocalypse. And now they’ve attached a very scary price tag to it.
Former plug-in advocate and General Motors engineer Ozzie Zehner once built his own hybrid car that could run on electricity or natural gas. And he was convinced, he writes, that cars such as his “would help reduce both pollution and fossil-fuel dependence.” But he now says, “I was wrong.”
According to a recent study, life on Earth will suffer a carbon-dioxide-related extinction. But contrary to popular-culture belief, the problem is not that man is spewing too much of the gas into the atmosphere. It's that we will have too little of it.
President Obama was playing to his most extreme “green” constituency in his climate and energy speech at Georgetown University today, blasting global warming skeptics as “flat-earth society” ostriches with their heads in the sand. President Obama said he does not have "patience for anyone who denies that this problem is real."
President Obama’s new global warming video, made to promote his June 25 climate address at Georgetown University, comes as The Economist, the Washington Post and other warming alarmists admit that the “scientific consensus” was wrong.
If you're ever in Mount Pleasant, Tennessee, don't complain about the water there. A state official recently warned that an unfounded complaint about water quality could be considered an "act of terrorism," the Tennessean reported Thursday.
Angry property owners “stormed” a meeting of the Kootenai County Planning Commission, forcing a halt to implementation of the controversial Unified Land Use Code (ULUC) Draft.