Today, it is more politically advantageous to claim that Americans will suffer from warming temperatures than that Americans will suffer from falling temperatures.
The goodies tucked inside the COVID “relief” bill are just a down payment on future climate compromises. It might not be the Green New Deal, but close enough.
The greening of electricity has a long way to go.
The Kamala Harris vision, and the Silicon Valley agenda it represents, will not liberate the people of the world, nor will it save the planet. Instead it promises a legacy of destruction and decline.
Until Californians can recognize that they don’t have to live like serfs, the green tyrants will reign supreme in the golden state. Will the nation follow suit?
A punitively high cost of living is the result of conscious political choices, and the primary force behind these choices is not desire to protect the environment, it is greed.
Environmentalist policies are likely to produce is an increasingly static and hierarchical society. But we may not have to choose between a better economy and a better environment.
Here is a prime opportunity for the White House to show farmers that it stands with them and with sensible, science-based environmental regulation, and against bureaucracy gone wild.
Just 1 percent of American’s surveyed identified the combined category of “Climate change/Environment/Pollution,” as “the most important problem facing this country today?” in a Gallup […]
AOC has become part of a rich, grasping, intergenerational gang of parasites who build their careers and their bureaucratic empires by spouting racist, quasi-Marxist trash to keep down the people they claim to care about.
Americans are correct to recognize the perils of reusable grocery “tote bags” during this time of heightened disease risk. May they also realize the entire concept of reusable grocery bags is flawed, along with most recycling programs, and adapt accordingly.
If we have a sustainability challenge, it is not to preserve open spaces.
Eliminating glyphosate would drastically reduce feed crop yields, prompting a major rise in food costs, especially meat. It would green-light more bad science and enrich more bottom-feeding lawyers while punishing farmers and consumers.