Don’t worry, Mike. There’s still time for Obama to screw us even more. Continue reading Michael Mann 'Disappointed' In Obama's Global Warming Record
In the process of writing my piece about Lisa Jackson and the EPA, I got to reading about the EPA passing new mercury regulations. Their regulations are supposed to save the lives of some 11,000 people per year. So I figured I should learn something about mercury. It turned out to be quite surprising … here was my first surprise: Continue reading Eschenbach: The EPA’s Mercurial Madness
“At some point Dr. Mann crossed the line from scientist solely in pursuit of truth to activist with a book to sell.” Continue reading Hockey sticks and academic freedom
“As world celebrates Earth Hour, scientist finds global warming data has overestimated warming.” Continue reading Top climate scientist discovers world temperature data is faulty
This is the professor.
Here’s your future camp badge.
Any and all illness in the town of Juliette, Georgia is blamed on the local power plant. Continue reading Report: A power plant, cancer and a small town's fears
OK, maybe the agency was a little more polite. Continue reading FDA tells NRDC to bugger-off on BPA
From the folks that brought (a very few of) us the Volt. Continue reading General Motors pulls funding from Heartland Institute; Heartland responds
“The Food and Drug Administration’s assessment is that the scientific evidence at this time does not suggest that the very low levels of human exposure to BPA through the diet are unsafe.” Continue reading FDA: BPA is safe
By Steve Milloy
March 30, 2012, Washington Times
The Obama Environmental Protection Agency just condemned to death an entire U.S. industry – a legal and scientific horror story that congressional Republicans failed miserably to prevent. Continue reading Milloy: GOP is MIA on EPA overreach
Nature red in tooth and claw. Continue reading Man claims attack by lion, saved by a bear