Latest posts by H. Sterling Burnett (see all)
- Doomed Climate Lawsuits Waste Precious Time and Money - February 12, 2020
- NASA and NOAA’s Latest Climate Warning Is a Result of Purposefully Flawed Data - February 12, 2020
- Why Should We Endorse Trump’s NEPA Reforms? - January 30, 2020
Coggin is a frequent critic of radical activists who seek to take choices away from Americans, whether it’s affordable energy for families or food on the table. Will points out that global warming activism, anti-fracking protests, ports being closed to expansion for coal export terminals are all part of an anti-fossil fuel agenda; keeping energy from those who need it most both in the U.S. and around the world in an effort to create an idealistic green utopia with minimal impact by mankind.
The Big Green Radicals projects demonstrates that many environmental leaders and media personalities that promote anti-energy, anti-biotech food causes, talk the talk but don’t walk the walk as they use far more energy and live more environmentally destructive lifestyles, than the general public whose choices they are attempting to constrain. Contrary to popular belief, the causes promoted by environmentalists are not based on sound science, and the environmentalists themselves don’t have the moral high ground.