Last week, the feisty, no-nonsense White House press secretary was the subject of three unflattering—if not egregiously sexist—portrayals from haters on the Left.
In their rush to smear a Trump cabinet member, the media once again not only exposed their zeal to mislead readers but their breathtaking hypocrisy and shameful lack of compassion.
If the EU bans glyphosate, it will set the stage to enact the same regulations here, which could be a devastating blow to American farmers who grow the world’s most abundant supply of grains.
It represents a wholesale retreat from the principle that science should be apolitical, further jeopardizing the integrity of science and potentially inflicting real harm on people.
Bill Kristol has become what he criticizes the president of being—a witless, selfish caricature who pushes conspiracy theories and appeals to the basest instincts of an angry populace.
‘Traces of Controversial Herbicide Are Found in Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream’ could be one of the most deceptive and dishonest pieces of food writing I’ve read in a while.
Since Trump’s Rose Garden announcement that the United States would pull out of the Paris climate agreement, world leaders have been whining.
You’d think the 97 percent of scientists who supposedly all agree about climate change would eagerly line up to vanquish climate deniers—but apparently not.
Tom Colicchio is rounding up his foodie friends, who were pals with the Obamas but now marginalized by the GOP, to fight Congress over the 2018 Farm Bill,
The columnist who wrote an entire column in 2011 that derisively compared global warming with religion now believes that humans are responsible for climate change.
The man who has satirized corporate culture and groupthink for nearly 30 years is agitating the groupthink on both sides of the climate change debate.
In one of his first acts as President Trump’s new secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue announced modest changes to Michelle Obama’s flawed school lunch program.
On the eve of the Climate March, the New York Times ran Stephens’s first column for them, and it sent the climate mob on a virtual stampede with torches ablaze.
Some of President Trump’s women voters grade his first 100 days, talk about our political divide, and consider what Trump should accomplish by the end of the year.
Our soft-spoken, poised ambassador to the United Nations has emerged as the star of the Trump administration, earning new admirers for her performance on the international stage.
All taxpayers have an investment in climate change. We have the right to give an opinion on the subject—even if we don’t adhere to the prevailing orthodoxy.
His comments since Inauguration Day have disintegrated into a pettiness unbefitting a man of Bill Kristol’s intellectual heft and influence.
It’s somewhat ironic that this email was disclosed the same day the anti-Trump universe was spinning into the stratosphere over Michael Flynn’s resignation as President Trump’s national security advisor.
The scientific community and media outlets that claimed Trump will silence scientists are now attacking one of their own for speaking up.
According to The New York Times’ logic, these empowered women left their mark by disappearing into Manhattan for a few hours and forcing their husbands to do the lacrosse team carpool.
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