The fact that wildfires are no more frequent or severe during recent decades is remarkable considering anthropogenic changes that should make wildfires more prevalent.
A publication that has built a reputation for fair and non-biased reporting has lately been inserting leftist propaganda into its energy and environment coverage.
President Obama said we cannot ‘pay lip service to conservation but then refuse to do what’s needed.’ Conservatives should hold him to that.
A new study suggests global warming has prevented another ice age, and global warming fanatics are really upset.
If Florida eliminated its carbon dioxide emissions, it would make no difference to global temperatures. Tell that to billionaire Tom Steyer’s attack team.
With several notable exceptions, ‘A Skeptic’s Guide to Climate Change’ is a welcome departure from alarmist climate-change rhetoric.
There’s a clash between the Obama CO2 policies and the interests of Democratic candidates in key U.S. Senate races.
Antarctic sea ice is undergoing dramatic long-term expansion despite a Newsweek article this week claiming the opposite.
On the show “Cosmos,” Neil DeGrasse Tyson tries to scare viewers into believing runaway global warming could strike Earth and ruin our planet.
American Enterprise Institute blogger James Pethokoukis recently fell prey to the latest liberal excuse to enact progressive climate change policy.
While some justifications will exist, it is hard to make a compelling or consistent case for taking away the right of consenting adults to play online poker.
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