Except, thus far in 2018, extreme weather events have been less numerous and severe than in most other years.
Facebook tycoon Mark Zuckerberg has had a tough week: Facebook’s stock has dropped more than 20 percent, and a group of investors is trying to remove Zuckerberg as chairman of the company because of its recent data-mining scandal.
Twitter appears to have reversed a “shadow ban” on prominent Republicans, while YouTube is once again censoring Infowars videos.
Santa Barbara, California, has banned restaurants and bars from providing patrons with plastic drinking straws, mandating huge fines and jail time for repeat offenders.
The Trump administration seeks to revoke the Clean Air Act waiver that allowed California to set its own standards to control automobile emissions of various pollutants.
When responding to a Gallup poll conducted from July 1-11, 2018, asking people what was the most important problem facing our country, no one mentioned “climate change.”
As several oil disruptions around the world are occurring, OPEC is close to maxing out its production, so prices have risen, but Trump has intervened.
Twitter has begun purging tens of millions of fake accounts, causing many celebrities and politicians to lose millions of followers overnight. But — considering that the company has known of this problem for years — is the purge all above board?
Even while President Donald Trump has announced that America would withdraw from the UN Paris Agreement on “global warming” and other UN schemes, federal bureaucrats are still dutifully working to implement them.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) proclaimed on Tuesday that, if its forecasts are correct, the United States will soon be the world’s leading producer of crude oil.