California Governor Jerry Brown asserted that climate change was responsible for his state’s wildfires and attacked the Trump administration’s stance on global warming.
Climate-change activists parading as scientists are at it again: falsifying data in order to show an alarming rise in sea level in the Indian Ocean.
Researchers claim they have found a link between genetic make-up and sexual orientation, but scientific experts have pointed out major flaws.
“There’s too many polar bears now.” This observation, which runs counter to the global-warming dogma that rising temperatures are decimating bear populations, was made by Eskimos — people who actually live among the bears.
As American universities and hi-tech corporations increasingly converge with their communist counterparts in China, they are more and more adopting China's communist ideology.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. is again attacking the encryption that protects data stored on millions of smartphones nationwide. Vance — a consummate surveillance hawk — claims that “traditional investigative techniques” no longer work in a world of “warrant-proof smartphones that have been designed to keep law enforcement out.” His solution? Legislation that would grant police a backdoor into mobile devices.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the UN climate conference in Bonn, Germany, that the world may have only five years to Doomsday, unless drastic action is taken on global warming.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute has filed suit against the State Department for illegally withholding documents related to the 2015 Paris climate agreement — particularly e-mails of two State Department officers involved in the Obama administration’s maneuvering to evade the Senate’s constitutional role in the treaty process.
According to the International Energy Agency, the growth of energy production in the United States is expected to double in the next eight years, making it the world's top energy producer.
"God only knows what it's doing to our children's brains," Sean Parker says in Axios video interview.