KATOWICE, POLAND — The Trump administration held an event at the United Nations “COP 24” climate summit to promote the continued use of fossil fuels, sparking outrage among global-warming alarmists.

Australia has passed a controversial anti-encryption law that will allow law enforcement and intelligence agencies to spy on the encrypted communications of individuals.

VIDEO - KATOWICE — United Nations climate alarmists are furious with the Trump administration’s efforts to promote fossil fuels at an event, The New American’s foreign correspondent Alex Newman reports from Poland. While the head of the UN wants to “transform the world,” U.S. officials were here holding an event promoting continued use of oil, coal, gas, and other cheap and reliable energy sources. Newman was also able to ask a question about this to the U.S. panel: Why are U.S. officials playing along with the man-made global-warming hypothesis when their boss has called it a “hoax” to aid Communist China?  

In the wake of the British Parliament’s release of e-mails detailing Facebook selling access to users’ data, more information is coming to light showing that this revelation may be only the tip of the iceberg. Big Data — including big tech companies, grocery store chains, retail chains, and others — harvest users’ data and use it to create startlingly accurate dossiers of those users. They use that data for their own targeted advertising and sell it off to others to use, as well.

The United States exported more crude oil than it imported last week, for the first time since 1943.


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