Trump Should Keep Promise, Withdraw U.S. from Paris Climate Treaty

Guest essay by Christopher C. Horner President Trump should keep his campaign promise and rescind or otherwise withdraw the United States from President Obama’s purported commitment to the Paris climate pact, made in September 2016 on his way out the door. There are several ways of doing so, but the plainly superior option is to…

End the phony Social Cost of Carbon

The SCC drives war on fossil fuels but relies on faulty analyses that ignore carbon benefits Guest essay by Paul Driessen and Roger Bezdek The Social Cost of Carbon is the foundation for numerous Obama-era energy policies, regulations and programs. Under complex SCC metrics, agencies calculate the “hidden costs” of carbon dioxide emissions associated with…

A Climate Story That Must be Told

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball Emotionally, it is almost impossible to walk a mile in another person’s shoes. It is particularly true when the other person is of a different sex. I say this because I believe a climate science story that must be told is the degree of difference in nastiness directed at those…

Dr. Patrick Moore was right: @Greenpeace IS full of sh*t

I’ve never had a headline like this, but Greenpeace deserves it for their mind-bending defense in a defamation lawsuit: basically their defense is “we publish hyperbole, therefore it isn’t actionable because it isn’t factual”. GMAFB! Dr. Patrick Moore, one of the co-founders of Greenpeace, whom they have tried to erase from their website, resigned from…

The Climate ‘Deus ex Machina’ is shown to be a false God

Guest essay by Charles G. Battig, M.D. Some say that “God” might reside in a computer…the Deus ex Machina, literally means “god from the machine”.  Amongst those individuals are those divining climate with climate computers in which are embedded general circulation models. This has generated a belief system…belief that all variables which drive global climate at…