Browsing All posts tagged under »Paris Climate Change Conference«

Obama Bypassing Senate To Sign UN Climate Deal

September 2, 2016 by


By Craig Rucker ~ President Obama appears ready to bind the U.S. to the UN climate pact that was negotiated in Paris last year, and do so without submitting it to the Senate for ratification. This is outrageous. Both The Washington Times and The Blaze contacted CFACT’s Marc Morano for comment. The Washington Times reports, […]

Top 5 Reasons Congress Should Reject Obama’s Climate Change Treaty

April 20, 2016 by


By Nicolas Loris ~ Secretary of State John Kerry will join leaders from around the world to sign the Paris Protocol global warming agreement this Friday at the United Nations headquarters. Here are the top five reasons Congress and the next administration should withdraw from the accord: 1) Higher energy bills, fewer jobs and a […]

Why You Should Mourn Implementation Of The Paris Climate Agreement

April 9, 2016 by


Low-income Americans will now spend up to three-fourths of their income on energy From the Editors at the CFACT site ~ The climate agreement reached in Paris last December will become effective on Earth Day (Friday, April 22) with a ceremony at the United Nations headquarters in New York City. We’ll all hear of heroic […]

US Bound By Climate Change Deal That Skirts Constitution, House Panel Told

February 4, 2016 by


By Natalie Johnson ~ President Barack Obama bound the United States to an international agreement on climate change, but the administration’s decision to circumvent Congress to implement the deal has lawyers questioning its constitutionality. Despite legally binding elements in the Paris Protocol, which require Senate ratification, negotiators worded the deal in a manner that enables […]

Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Trojan Horse For Obama’s Climate Change Agenda

January 1, 2016 by


By Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. ~ What does a 5,544-page treaty touted by its supporters as promoting free trade among 12 Pacific Rim nations have to do with efforts by global elites to impose restrictions on the use of abundant and affordable energy? The answer is far more than the backers of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) […]

Part Of A Real AP Headline: ‘Emissions Need To Drop Below Zero’

December 27, 2015 by


By Tom Blumer ~ The detachment from reality of those who actually believe that the recent international climate agreement in Paris is anything but a dangerous and potentially expensive charade has become especially irritating. The goals identified in Paris are obviously unachievable, and have no direct tie-in to reducing “global warming.” Convincing evidence of the link […]

‘Historic’ Climate Accord In Paris? Media Hype Won’t Wait For The ‘Hard Part’

December 26, 2015 by


By Tim Graham ~ James Taranto at The Wall Street Journal had some fun with the liberal praise for the latest global-warming accord in Paris, which was uniformly described as “historic.” For example he noticed this “Good Reasons to Cheer” article from Elizabeth Kolbert for The New Yorker: “The climate accord approved in Paris over […]