Greenpeace, the criminal conspiracy.
Read this fast, because Greenpeace will figure out pretty quickly how thoroughly they’ve stepped in it. If you’re one of those who have spent their lives undermining progressive climate legislation, bankrolling junk science, fueling spurious debates around false solutions, and cattle-prodding democratically-elected governments into submission, then hear this: We know who you are. We know where you live. We know where you work. And we | Read More »
I’m still digging out from 3 feet’s worth of RFK Jr’s ‘anemic winter’ …
…so people will understand that I’m about as interested as David Freddoso in being overly nice in pointing out his past bloviating. My back isn’t actually killing me, right now, but that’s only because I was being very, very careful about removing all that anemic winter from the car. I’m going to be forty in a couple of months; I don’t bounce back from straining | Read More »
Q. How does Al Gore handle inconvenient truths?
A. By getting the microphone cut off, of course. Via Breitbart TV and the B-Cast: For the record, I find the sight of Big Green shills stomping on the free speech of an independent whistleblower – yes, that was fun to write; thanks for asking – to be just a sign that they themselves know that they’re having problems pushing their agenda these days. When | Read More »
Climate Change and the White Man’s Burdening.
(H/T: On Park Street) To sum up this Reason article on developing nations and climate change despair: The Chinese and the Indians have no intention of giving anything but lip service to the quaint religious beliefs of Western climate change fanatics. They have no incentive to, and a powerful incentive not to: they are poor, and they wish to stop being poor, and there is | Read More »
Gallup: Americans rank economy over environment…
…for the first time since Gallup started asking the question.