Apparently, the Ethics in Government Act does not include the public’s right to know what the EPA’s ethics actually are, or even whether they actually exist.
Thursday, June 2, 2016
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
“With the [heat] you’re getting it is probably pretty tempting to try and avoid any further media on this, but I think that’d be the wrong approach that cedes the issue to deniers.”
From Vencore Weather.
“It will make our food less safe and endanger public health.”
From the mouth of The Donald comes wisdom on America’s climate dissonance.
The case is taking so long that defense witnesses are starting to die.
Never has so much money been so badly wasted on such a non-problem.
“It’s time to take Trump seriously. He is effectively the Republican candidate for president. Don’t make excuses for his words or assume he doesn’t mean them. We’re playing for keeps now.”
“We get no recognition for the fact that we emit nothing.”
Warmists want to deny the world’s poor air conditioners by making them more expensive.
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Greens are the racketeers.
Another ridiculous “study.”
“Today’s ruling marks a long-awaited victory for individual liberty, property rights, and the rule of law.”
Because EPA pays them.
$500 million expected. $10 million collected.
Western taxpayers are expected to just cough it up.
No possibility of corruption here.
Sunday, May 29, 2016
Friday, May 27, 2016
Holy Gulfstream Hypocrisy!
But the bacteria is still susceptible to antibiotics other than the one of last resort.
Thursday, May 26, 2016
The media release and letter are below.
“Rapid entry into force would help strengthen the deal and insulate it from possible challenges – U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said last week he would seek to renegotiate the pact if elected.”
NYTimes nit-picks Trump. If only it ever did the same to Obama, Clinton, Sanders et al.
The increased risk of microcephaly from Zika is guesstimated to range form 0.88% to 13% — anywhere from 0 to 4 extra cases per 10,000 live births.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Cataracts? I thought they were dying. Hard to know what’s going on in this study. Weak associations make it results questionable.
No question that the poorer are unhealthier than the richer — but this statistical nonsense is just advocacy for government-paid health insurance.
The media release is below.
“In short it looks like less than 4% of the science, the climate change part, is doing about 55% of the modeling done in the whole of science.”
Don’t know how much good antibacterials do on a household level but I’m still waiting for all the harm they were supposed to cause to public health.
‘Sound travels faster through cold water and slower through warmer water.’
The strange tale of how a Supreme Court justice accidentally triggered the biggest new water rule in a decade. From Politico:
The U.S. Congress will be just about the only national legislatiure not have the chance to vote on the Paris climate deal.
Media coverage of the US reality TV star blows Planet Earth out of the water, but the number of platforms following climate change is growing finds study.
Laugh out loud in Vietnamese is “cười lớn.”
“We can manage the cyclical nature of the market but what we are struggling with is the daily onslaught of punitive regulations.”
Food/calorie labeling is another failed food nanny policy. Only gullible neurotics pay attention to the disinformation.
Even Bernie Sanders opposes taxing soft drinks…. and no, soft drinks do not cause diabetes and obesity.
A letter in the Daily Herald (Everett, WA) on James Hansen’s ideological child abuse.
Another shortcoming of the failed climate models.