The Council on Foreign Relations, which has been in the forefront of global warming alarmists for over two decades, continues to push world government as the "solution" at the UN's Doha Climate Summit.
To coincide with the United Nations global warming summit in Doha, Qatar, the usual flurry of hysterical press releases repackaged as “news” and a barrage of dubious “studies” from tax-funded climate alarmists have made headlines in the establishment media — all of it, critics say, aimed at creating at least the perception of support for UN goals. Notably absent from the shrill warnings of gloom and doom about human carbon emissions, however, is one important fact: There has been no global warming, man-made or otherwise, for some 16 years, according to data compiled by the alarmists themselves.
The Obama administration is ratcheting up its regulatory regime with the Endangered Species Act and the EPA, as prongs in its "crucifixion" strategy aimed at further socializing of the American economy.
The Obama administration has designated 9.6 million acres in Washington, Oregon, and California for the Spotted Owl, nearly doubling its protected habitat and greatly increasing the economic havoc associated with the "endangered" listing. As usual, the designation is based, not on science and proper constitutional powers, but purely politics.
Thousands of delegates representing almost 200 governments and dictatorships are gathering in Doha, Qatar, in a desperate bid to keep climate change alarmism alive long enough to create a United Nations-run planetary carbon regime. However, as the climate hysteria continues its march toward irrelevance following the spectacular implosion of UN global warming theories and multiple scandals in recent years, delegates at this year’s Conference of the Parties (COP18) know they are in a race against time.
City planners in Atlanta, undeterred by the failure of bike-sharing schemes elsewhere, are moving ahead with their plans to install another one there, no doubt with taxpayer funds.
As the battle to stop Sustainable Development grows, it is important that activists have clear definitions of their points as they deal with elected officials and planners who are making policy in their community.
Citing “a pattern of behavior directed at subverting transparency,” the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology is requesting information from Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Lisa Jackson concerning secret e-mail accounts she and other senior EPA officials are allegedly using to circumvent federal openness laws.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy and Democratic gains in the 2012 elections, a radical old idea is getting a second look inside the Beltway. Faced with the challenge of raising revenues to pay for exploding federal government costs that neither party has any interest in reducing, the carbon tax is suddenly attracting the interest of the Left and Right.
President Obama's Treasury Department is facing a lawsuit filed by the Competitive Enterprise Institute for stonewalling a Freedom of Information Act request relating to plans for a carbon tax on fossil fuels.