Vox Defends Bloomberg’s Climate Change Record Against Greenpeace

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Vox has defended Michael Bloomberg’s record of wrecking coal mining jobs, against accusations by activists that Bloomberg is not committed enough to climate action. Mike…

The COVID-19 Stock Market Crash: Déjà vu all over again!

Guest “counter-hyping” by David Middleton The stock market plunge of the past few days has largely been triggered by the rather modest spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) out of China.…

Some perspective on the #Coronavirus #COVID19 from the CDC

Folks fretting about the coronavirus are forgetting there’s another virus already running rampant in the United States, one that’s killed nearly 20 times as many people in this country alone.…

Hijacking the Winds of Change

Guest post by Jim Steele published in the Pacifica Tribune February 25, 2020 What’s Natural Low-tech weathervanes have provided farmers with sage weather advice. If winds were coming from the…

BREAKING: Michael Bloomberg’s climate money may have gotten his presidential campaign into IRS hot water

From Government Accountability and Oversight (GAO): IRS Complaint Filed Against Bloomberg Philanthropies for Use as Political Campaign Tool, Inuring to Private Benefit vs Public Interest “I bought that” candidate’s overlapping…

Republican Lawmakers Flee Oregon to Prevent a Carbon Trading Quorum

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Dr. Willie Soon; Oregon Republicans have walked out on attempts to pass a cap and trade bill, to deny the majority Democrats the Quorum…

Hollywood’s Carbon Footprint

Guest “Hooray for Hollywood” by David Middleton A couple of days ago, CTM forwarded a reader suggestion to me. “Cassandra” wanted to know what the carbon footprint of the movie…

Why are polar bears going extinct? (Spoiler: They’re not)

Reposted from Dr. Susan Crockford’s Polar Bear Science Posted on February 24, 2020 | Google says many people ask this question so here is the correct answer: polar bears are…

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