Bill Nye has some detestable ideas about humanity. This shouldn’t surprise anyone. Many environmental doomsdayers have a soft spot for eugenics.
Now you can ignore the hysteria and simply live your life without worrying about Tampa.
How much longer do we have to endure actors like Tom Hanks promoting the repeatedly debunked Malthusian overpopulation scare?
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.
Chlorine has saved countless lives through making water and food safe and killing horrific diseases. Cast its opponents as the villains, instead.
Pope Francis has sealed himself off in an ideological bubble harder and more impenetrable than the Popemobile.
The New York Times sudden realizes that Paul Ehrlich is a charlatan, but they don’t learn the full lesson.
Why not believe the environmentalists on global warming? Because they have a long history of failed predictions and bogus prognostications of doom.
Bill Nye “The Science Guy” is taking an unnecessary flight on a jet to mark Earth Day. Is there anything that better encapsulates progressive hypocrisy?
In a chilling 2010 column, Paul Krugman declared: “peak oil has arrived.” Paul Krugman was wrong again.
Environmentalists resist science that can feed the hungry while reducing carbon emissions.
Has there ever been movement that’s spent as much time, energy and treasure and gotten so little in return?
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