Liberal billionaire Tom Steyer, who made his fortune funding coal power in third-world nations, is leading the global warming push in Florida, spending $10 million on anti-Scott political ads. The ads take a decidedly negative and sarcastic tone, including claiming Scott’s plan to address global warming is to build an ark for himself and his friends.
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Thanks mainly to the shale revolution, oil production in the U.S. hit a 28-year high last month while imports were at their lowest levels since 1995. Consequently, prices have fallen 15% since June, and Saudi Arabia has cut production by 400,000 barrels a day — providing further evidence that OPEC no longer has the power to set prices.
When I was in elementary school, my teacher taught our class about the food pyramid and the importance of a balanced, healthy diet. If we were going to grow up to be big and strong, we needed to eat the right amount of food from each of the basic food groups: grains at the base of the pyramid, fruits and vegetables on the second tier, meats and dairy diary products third, and fats, oils, and sweets, the smallest portion, at the top.
“If you like your health plan, you can keep it,” is the Lie of the Year, according to PolitiFact. But Barack Obama has been operating under an even more momentous lie for his entire presidency.
Scientists at the forefront of global warming activism published an open letter encouraging their fellow warmists to embrace safe nuclear power as a means of reducing carbon dioxide emissions. If environmental activist groups honestly believe humans are causing a global warming crisis, they will eagerly join in support.
The global warming scare defined is: The burning of fossil fuels produces a greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide, that causes human-caused global warming with catastrophic climate events. This is labeled catastrophic[…]
Opponents of nuclear power cite outrageous dangers from nuclear radiation. Please. At a Georgia Public Service Commission hearing December 18, 2012, one of the speakers said there were higher cancer[…]
Below is written testimony I gave before the Georgia Public Service Commission this morning representing The Heartland Institute. The public hearings were on the review of costs of construction of[…]
One of the most tightly-regulated industries in the United States today is uranium mining. In fact, if next year’s Virginia General Assembly decides to lift its current moratorium, a total[…]
Heartland’s Science Director Dr. Jay Lehr was all over TV and radio in March after the earthquake and tsunami devastated Japan and caused a crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power[…]
Japan’s recent nuclear catastrophe has been a cause of consternation for many, and the Germans are no exception. On May 30, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced the German government’s decision to[…]
Once well-known German ingenuity will rapidly morph into German lunacy as Chancellor Angela Merkel takes a machine gun to the feet of German industry by ordering seven of the nation’s[…]
Oh, the irony. A new report by Greenpeace “puts Apple at bottom of green league table due to reliance on coal at data centres,” according to that reliably climate-alarmist British[…]
If you’ve never heard of the Soviet Union’s first serious nuclear disaster called “Mayak,” we’ll get to that later. But first, I must point out that from the start of[…]
Heartland Science Director Jay Lehr was on FNC’s “America’s Newsroom” today, debating Dr. Arjan Makhijani president of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research. The discussion got heated enough to[…]
On a radio show I tuned into a while back, I heard the ballyhooed Chevy Volt electric car described as “the world’s first coal-powered car.” Love that line. Even Henry[…]