During Wednesday’s GOP presidential debate, Jon Huntsman attacked Rick Perry with the claim that 97% to 98% of climate scientists believe in the manmade global warming hypothesis. This claim is also gaining currency in the lamestream media Continue reading The Nonsensus: 97% to 98% of climate scientists believe in global warming?
JunkScience.com broke the story that the EPA has paid the American Lung Association $20 million over the past 10 years and, in turn, the ALA has agitated on behalf of the agency. Now, thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, the public can get a glimpse into their chummy, symbiotic relationship. Continue reading EPA-American Lung Association: Axis of Junk Science
Below are some notable moments from today’s House hearing on EPA regulatory overreach, featuring EPA air chief Gina McCarthy: Continue reading House GOP improves hearing performance; Still too much wiggle room for EPA's McCarthy
Walking through Washington DC’s Amtrak-owned Union Station last week on my way to appear on Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs show, I passed by the Making History shop, where my jaw hit the floor. Continue reading Union Station retailer railroads Tea Party with racist, homophobe tag
House Republicans have a chance today to pull an emperor-has-no-clothes moment on the EPA. Continue reading Memo to House GOP: Ask Gina McCarthy to show us the bodies
If you missed last night’s post-debate analysis on MSNBC, check out Al Sharpton’s “Galeo” swipe at Rick Perry. In defending himself against an attack by Jon Huntsman that invoked the alleged “consensus” of climate scientists, Perry played the Galileo card — a syllable, and probably a lot more, beyond the grasp of Reverend Al. Still, Sharpton’s “Galeo” moment has nothing on his “Federal Reserve” implosion from the January 23, 2004 New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Debate. Continue reading Sharpton's 'Galeo' moment