In a series of tweets, Kimberly Strassel, columnist for The Wall Street Journal, explains why the media frenzy over Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt’s travel expenses is a bunch of hooey.
Trump’s first year in office has turned out much better than expected, but don’t let that blind us to some of the long-term costs of Trumpism.
Everyone is so distracted by the drama on the President Trump’s Twitter feed that they’re not paying attention to his crackdown on runaway regulation. Good.
Some reports say the Environmental Protection Agency is now focused on undermining science. From what I know as a professional scientist, nothing could be further from the truth.
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.
The Trump blueprint is less of a budgeting document than a plan to begin rolling back some of the worst excesses of the bureaucratic state.
Texas Rep. Lamar Smith, chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, has accused the EPA of cooking the scientific books to justify oppressive and costly regulations.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is absolutely correct about carbon dioxide, and it’s the media who don’t understand the scientific issues.
The whole point of Donald Trump was supposed to be: BUT HE FIGHTS. But we shouldn’t be surprised to see the Trump administration’s bluster melting away.
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.
Now that Donald Trump is issuing executive orders that progressives hate, blue states are rediscovering federalism. We should let them do as they please.
Since when did the left, particularly climate change alarmists, start caring about the health of unborn babies?
After the election, there were reports of EPA employees breaking down in tears and Energy Department staffers needing counseling. It’s not because they care about the environment.
In Alaska’s interior, where it can reach -50 degrees Fahrenheit in winter, the EPA wants people to stop burning wood. But it’s just about their only feasible way to stay warm.
The Environmental Protection Agency is making it harder for the Navajo to run energy plants that produce jobs and cheap, reliable energy. Next, we’re all paying a third more for energy.
The Supreme Court has paused the EPA’s attempt at taking over the nation’s power plants. Congress should take note.
The Supreme Court says the Clean Water Act is not a grant of federal control over every stream and depression in the nation. The Environmental Protection Agency says otherwise.
During his tenure in Washington, the former Iowa governor has made sure that the wasteful ethanol and biofuels sector remains addicted to taxpayers’ money.
China can help ease climate change and condemn billions to poverty. Or not. It can’t do both. To argue it can is economic denialism.
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