The roots of conservative thought promote stewardship over subjugation. We have to embrace that message.
Democracy dies in hyperbole.
Obama’s Paris climate legacy lived by his pen and should die by Trump’s.
Now you can ignore the hysteria and simply live your life without worrying about Tampa.
Garbage, building materials, and months of untreated human waste from thousands of Standing Rock squatters now threatens the very water they claimed to be protecting.
For the last 30-plus years the Left has claimed the mantle of moral superiority and portrayed conservatives as motivated by bad intentions for the environment. No more.
What unites these two seemingly antithetical movements is their shared desires to accumulate power and topple a common enemy.
In recent weeks, a spate of deer incidents nationwide should be a wakeup call: if we want to stop the deer uprising, we’d better start hunting more deer.
Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle advocate treating the earth like a lover, not a mother. They call for adding an ‘E’ to the long-suffering, ever-lengthening acronym of LGBTQI.
How much longer do we have to endure actors like Tom Hanks promoting the repeatedly debunked Malthusian overpopulation scare?
Environmentalism drains our wealth in a doomed effort to buy us salvation.
The myth of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch reveals the environmentalists’ willingness to lie for their cause.
Environmentalists who’ve made and discarded a dozen other doomsday predictions warn us that having children will lead to Armageddon, when it’s more likely the opposite is true.
Some environmentalists not only have destructive ideas about markets and growth but repulsive ideas about humans.
The great air conditioning debate gets to the heart of many progressive arguments: because they have a preference for something, they want to make it mandatory for the rest of us.
August 8 has been declared Earth Overshoot Day, the point at which humanity has used up all of the available natural resources for the year.
The WHO admits Zika spread because it ‘dropped the ball’ on mosquito control in the 1970s, just when environmentalists demanded that we abandon DDT.
Environmental campaigners in the 1960s and ’70s pushed to halt the use of DDT, effectively shutting down mosquito control programs.
The Portland Public Schools board is going to need to buy carbon offsets to compensate for their global warming book-burning campaign.
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