“Romney’s liberal heresies on health care, gay rights, and abortion are well established. Less well known is that, as governor of Massachusetts, he was a smart-growth acolyte.” Continue reading Romney a smart growth-er
The good news is that Rick Perry wants to “rebuild the EPA”. The bad news is he didn’t help his chances of having the opportunity to do so with tonight’s debate screw-up. Continue reading Perry debate disaster
The Financial Post‘s Peter Foster spotlights the World Wildlife Fund’s touchiness about its cozy relationship with the IPCC. Continue reading Foster: WWF’s tainted ‘witnesses’
Are compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs causing eye disease? Continue reading CFLs cause eye disease?
A review of seven clinical trials on dietary salt reduction produces bad news for the anti-salt crowd. Continue reading Still no benefit from reduced sodium diet
The demise of the Pew Center on Global Climate Change spotlights green hypocrisy. Continue reading Enviro double-standard on funding: Exxon bad, Shell good
And that makes Berserkeley atrazine-hater Tyrone Hayes worth a potential -$9.6 billion. Continue reading Syngenta: Atrazine Benefits U.S. Consumers by up to $4.8 Billion Annually
Hollow-headed Heidi forecasts that the weather will be an “enemy” in 2050. Is that some new meteorological concept? Continue reading Cullen: Stop pretending it’s not climate change
NOAA’s Annual Greenhouse Gas Index! Continue reading 1.29 x An Imperceptibly Small Number = ?
If you are aged 66-83, you are part of a “clueless cohort” against which “generational warfare” may be waged because you aren’t dying fast enough. Continue reading Greens to seniors: Die faster
CEI’s Myron Ebell provides a quick historical look at Gingrich’s green history. Continue reading The Green Gingrich
Believe it or not, the National Academy of Sciences does not opine on science. Continue reading Gingrich misunderstands National Academy of Sciences