Politicians Can’t Get Enough Energy Cronyism

From Reason From solar to coal, politicians love to subsidize power production. Veronique de Rugy | August 17, 2017 Despite the breadth of the current political divide, it appears that there is at least one thing that all politicians can agree upon: energy sector cronyism. The only real dispute is over the preferred beneficiaries. Under…

FOI Emails Reveal Obama’s Paris Climate Scheme

Date: 07/26/17 Christopher C. Horner, The Washington Times Emails show ‘disturbing contempt’ for the Senate’s treaty role The New York Times on Aug. 24, 2014, broke a major news story: “Obama pushing Climate Accord in Lieu of Treaty.” It’s a clumsy headline — no one dared claim the Kyoto Protocol was anything other than a…

Fired EPA staffers form ‘rogue’ anti-Trump support group

Extreme Greens,Government Run Amok,Media | From Free Range Report July 20, 2017 Following eight years under Obama, where there were few constraints on the fatuousness of their policies, or the damage caused by regulatory assaults on private property and individual rights, these little dictators are now looking for other thrones from which to elevate their…

Barack Obama, Climate Scientist

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I fear that Science magazine has beclowned itself as badly as the Nobel Peace Prize Committee. They’ve published a “scientific” policy paper by the noted climate scientist Barack Hussein Obama. Not a paper with Obama as one of the signatories. No, Science magazine claims that the President wrote the deathless…

Wednesday wit – Exit Stage Left

Josh writes: BishopHill has this story – Republicans in the US House of Representatives are currently trying to get a grip on one small part of the Washington bureaucracy by trying to get the National Science Foundation to concentrate on funding useful science. Lamar Smith, the Texas Congressman who is leading the charge, is firing off shots over NSF’s funding…

Obama May Finally Succeed!

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach For this post I’ve taken as my departure point a couple of very interesting graphs from over at Not A Lot Of People Know That. I’ll repeat them here: (NOTE: I’ve been informed in the most genteel and lovely way that I’ve not given full credit for the source of…