Browsing All posts tagged under »Environmental Political Agenda«

EPA Announces Reform Of Clean Air Regulation-Making Process

December 10, 2020 by


By Adam Houser ~ In a livestream webinar hosted by the Heritage Foundation, EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced a rule change in how the EPA performs cost-benefit analyses in air pollution regulations going forward. Currently, EPA can include what are called “co-benefits” to new regulations to try to justify the regulations. Co-benefits are economic or […]

Pennsylvania Lawmakers Resist Governor’s Executive Actions On Climate Change

September 10, 2020 by


By Kevin Mooney ~ If Pennsylvania joins a multistate agreement that restricts carbon dioxide emissions, the commonwealth could jeopardize its position as an energy producer and exporter without achieving discernible environmental benefits, according to elected officials who are resisting executive actions to address climate change. The state Senate on Wednesday passed legislation to prohibit Gov. […]

Green Land Grabs On Steroids

March 4, 2019 by


By Paul Driessen ~ Special interest environmental groups got stung recently by an 8-0 U.S. Supreme Court opinion that held private landowners cannot be compelled to forego future economic uses of their property and at their own expense convert their land into suitable habitat for an endangered frog. Now radical greens are eyeing even bigger […]

Australian Politics – Liberal Party Betrayed: Prime Minister Turnbull Offers Carbon Tax, Deeper Cuts

July 27, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ You have been conned. The Liberal Party members have been betrayed by their leaders. (Here in Australia, the Liberal Party is the major political party from the conservative side of the political fence) Liberal Party MPs voted to scrap the carbon tax; now the Turnbull Government sneaks in a new one. […]

Perverse, Conflicted Ethical Systems

May 10, 2018 by


Radical environmentalists put people last, and destroy habitats and wildlife to end fossil fuels By Paul Driessen ~ Third Reich Forest Minister Hermann Goering was an avid hiker and ecologist who once sent a man to a concentration camp for cutting up a frog for fish bait. In 1933 he and other Nazi Party leaders […]

MSNBC’s Contessa Brewer Pleads for Government to Force Environmentalism

November 17, 2010 by


By Kyle Drennen During Monday’s12PM ET hour on MSNBC, anchor Contessa Brewer helped promote the network’s “Green is Progress” week by demanding greater government intervention to force people to follow an environmentalist agenda: “Until government says these are the standards that everyone has to aspire to, we’re not really making progress.”  Brewer made the comments […]

Obama’s hype exposed; Gulf oil spill good for fish

November 17, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt President Barack Obama mercilessly hyped the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico: Already, this oil spill is the worst environmental disaster America has ever faced.  And unlike an earthquake or a hurricane, it’s not a single event that does its damage in a matter of minutes or days.  The millions […]

The EPA’s Long War On Chemicals

October 4, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba One of the shows I enjoy watching on the Science Channel is “How It’s Made.” All manner of things we use to enhance our lives start out as raw materials and the process of manufacture is a miracle of transformation. Virtually all forms of manufacturing require some chemical element, often several. Given […]

Why Hasn’t Commercial TV Explained Labor’s Bungling Like This?

May 22, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt I have mentioned in a couple of earlier posts now how water may very well become the next target for politicians, as they seek for the most base of political reasons to garner favour with the environmental sector and those people who support environmentalism, the impression being that as politicians, they are […]

Economy Over Environment? Why Not Have Both?

March 19, 2010 by


By Nick Loris It’s a common misconception that a tradeoff exists between economic growth and environmental cleanliness. For decades Gallup has been conducting a poll asking about this very tradeoff. According to its latest one, “53 percent said economic growth should be the nation’s top priority, even if the environment has to suffer. Just 38 […]

The Great Green Land Grab

January 31, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba All across America, various environmental organizations have been engaged in schemes to deter development such as housing, new energy plants, or the horror of a manufacturing facility that might actually employ people. In some states, the attack has been on farms and ranches, finding ways to punish their owners for improving their […]

Replace Green with Blue

November 30, 2009 by


[picapp align=”none” wrap=”false” link=”term=blue+earth&iid=5469070″ src=”7/2/c/8/NASA_Mission_STS127_5e7a.JPG?adImageId=7943482&imageId=5469070″ width=”304″ height=”200″ /] By lwdewhirst Now that our suspicions have been confirmed by the recently published East Anglia CRU emails, it’s time to seriously think about how science might reorient itself away from a philosophy of sacrifice, privation, and doom toward ideas which might actually be useful. The scientific community […]

Nuclear Electrical Power Generation – Why The Fuss? (Part 1)

July 27, 2009 by


INTRODUCTION What I want to do with this series of posts is to detail aspects of the electrical power generating process that use nuclear energy to generate electricity, and why this nuclear power has been pushed into the background in the mad rush to close down coal fired power plants and replace them with generating […]

Who’s Holding The Green Carpetbag

July 27, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt Richard S. Lindzen, the distinguished Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, explains why there’s a panic about global warming even though ”warming has ceased for the past fourteen years”: When an issue like global warming is around for over twenty years, numerous agendas are developed to […]