New EPA killer coolant regs a crony boon to DuPont

By Tom Toth The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced plans to speed up the process of phasing out and banning the cooling agent used in most cars and refrigerators (HFC-134a). This isn’t the first of such moves from the EPA. In 1978, the federal environmental agency began banning the use of Freon in the U.S. because the coolant allegedly […]

The EPA is more concerned with what sounds good than what actually works

By Marita Noon In this hyper-partisan environment, it is good to know that a majority of Senators can still agree on an issue. When such a rare moment happens, the rest of us should pay attention, as it is probably something very important. On September 11, 53 Senators (43 Republicans and 10 Democrats) signed a letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator […]

Don’t give up America’s economic and competitive advantage

By Marita Noon War is upon us, ISIS is brazenly beheading American journalists—with a promise of more to come; Christian congregations have been bombed during worship, churches have been destroyed, monasteries attacked, entire cities purged, hundreds of thousands have fled, while others have been slaughtered; and cities, weapons, banks, and key infrastructures are being captured. Surely, with all of these […]

Ice, ice, baby

By Rick Manning It is just too easy to mock former Vice President Al Gore, Jr., over the continued collapse of his global warming alarmist canon.  However, the damage that his acolytes continue to do under his misguided spell makes the idea of simply disgracing him through humor to be akin to giving Charles Manson a three year suspended sentence. […]

It’s about the money, not the climate

By Alan Caruba Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), the Irish poet and dramatist, wrote “Pray don’t talk to me about the weather. Whenever people talk to me about the weather, I always feel quite certain that they mean something else.” These days, when some world leader or politician speaks of the climate — the weather is what is happening right now wherever […]

Climate change a symbolic battle against an unpleasant, toxic way of life

By Marita Noon I suspect most readers of my column do not religiously read The Atlantic. I don’t either. But I have people — readers who alert me to news and information I might not see otherwise. Though the Atlantic has gained recent notoriety for the interview with Hilary Clinton, in which she says: “Great nations need organizing principles, and […]

EPA goes from Environmental Protection Agency to Extremist Political Agenda

By Marita Noon During the week of July 28, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) held hearings in four cities: Atlanta, Denver, Pittsburgh, and Washington, DC. The two-day sessions were to allow the public to have their voice heard about the proposed rules it released on June 2 that will supposedly cut CO2 emissions by 30%. Many, including myself, believe that these rules are […]

Global warming’s public relations gambit

By Rick Manning Get ready America, many of the world’s largest public relations firms are creating a climate change litmus test by asserting that they will not work for companies or organizations that don’t buy the global warming mantra that is being used to destroy the free market system. What these PR geniuses apparently fail to realize is that by […]

Climate alarmists never quit

By Alan Caruba Americans are discovering that the Cold War that was waged from the end of World War Two until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 is not over, Americans continue to be subjected to the endless, massive, global campaign to foist the hoax of global warming–now called climate change — on everyone. The campaign’s purpose to […]

Testimony on EPA’s proposed rules for existing power plants — Atlanta, Georgia

By Marita Noon Today, I have come to address the EPA’s proposed rule regarding carbon emissions from existing power plants. I speak on behalf of myself and my personal views. I also represent the Washington DC based group: Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow and its 60,000 supporters. Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow has been working on issues of environment and […]

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