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Katie Tubb: Why The Dollars And Cents Of Keystone Matter

Katie Tubb: Why The Dollars And Cents Of Keystone Matter

Anyone familiar with the Keystone XL Pipeline debate is familiar with the name Tom Steyer. The billionaire has spent millions on his campaign fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline and its alleged contribution to global warming. He and others along with him have pledged $100 million in campaign funds to candidates taking a stand against global


Cold Weather Caused The Economy To Collapse, Whither The Global Warming Now?

According to our friends on the left, the world is on a dangerous warming trend that will end in catastrophe. They tell us that a “scientific consensus” has reached this conclusion, and anyone disagreeing is a “denier” worth of scorn and derision. Just last year National Geographic had on its cover an image of the


UN Climate Official: Let’s Fight Global Warming With Communism

Good grief: United Nations climate chief Christiana Figueres said that democracy is a poor political system for fighting global warming. Communist China, she says, is the best model. China may be the world’s top emitter of carbon dioxide and struggling with major pollution problems of their own, but the country is “doing it right” when


Global Warming Researchers Rescued From From Global Cooling

For critics of the supposed “scientific consensus” around global warming, the New Year holiday was imbued with a sense of schadenfreude as a group of climate change researchers got stuck in unexpectedly large ice pack in Antarctica. Thankfully, they’ve all been rescued by a helicopter after multiple attempts by other ships failed: A long-awaited rescue


Is The Age Of Climate Change Alarmism Coming To An End?

The problem with prophets who predict apocalypse is that, when said apocalypse doesn’t materialize or even seem to be advancing in a manner consistent with what the prophets have foreseen, the faithful lose their faith. So it goes with the global warming movement. The United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which not so long