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Senator: Use RICO Laws to Prosecute Global Warming Skeptics

By Mark Hemingway,  WeeklyStandard Writing in the Washington Post, Sheldon Whitehouse, a Democratic Senator from Rhode Island, offered a curious suggestion for dealing with global warming skeptics: In 2006, Judge Gladys Kessler of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia decided that the tobacco companies’ fraudulent campaign amounted to a racketeering enterprise. According […]

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EPA Biofuel Policy In Shambles, So It Mandates More Ethanol

Despite complaints from the oil industry, livestock producers, environmental groups and a whole host of others, the Environmental Protection Agency has increased the amount of biofuels refiners are required to blend into the fuel supply every year. The agency two years late, and mandating that 17.40 billion gallons of biofuels — cellulosic, biomass-based and advanced […]

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Study Predicts Decades Of Global Cooling Ahead

A new study out of the United Kingdom predicts the Earth is about to go through a major climatic shift that could mean decades of cooler temperatures and fewer hurricanes hitting the United States. Scientists at the University of Southampton predict that a cooling of the Atlantic Ocean could cool global temperatures a half a […]

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More Countries Caught Manipulating Their Climate Data

Weather agencies in Australia, Paraguay and Switzerland may be manipulating temperature data to create a sharper warming trend than is present in the raw data — a practice that has come under scrutiny in recent months. Most recently, Dr. H. Sterling Burnett with the Heartland Institute detailed how the Swiss Meteorological Service adjusted its climate data “to […]

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“Green” Energy Causes Record Spike In Electricity Prices

In 2014, American households saw the largest electricity price increases in 6 years, according to government data, as utilities are forced to use more green energy and invest in energy efficiency and grid improvements. Energy Information Administration data shows that U.S. residential electricity prices “experienced large increases in retail electricity prices during 2014, with the […]

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Winter Storm Thor: Record Two-Day Snowstorm in Kentucky After days of snow and ice, Winter Storm Thor departed the East Coast late Thursday night. However, its impacts are still being felt in the Northeast and South as precipitation from Thor turned to ice overnight, prompting several school closures and delays. In Lexington, Kentucky, Thor set an all-time two-day snowstorm record, which had […]

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Sessions Dismantles EPA Chief For ‘Stunning’ Ignorance

By Cheryl Chumley, WorldNetDaily McCarthy unable to cite evidence of climate change Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., went head-to-head with Environmental Protection Agency’s Gina McCarthy during a recent congressional hearing on climate change, ultimately telling the federal bureaucrat: It’s unbelievable you can’t guarantee if models have been accurate. The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hearing […]

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Strange Allies in the War on Carbon Fuels

by Viv Forbes What great cause could unite Prince Charles, President Obama, the Pope, the Arab Oil sheiks, the United Nations, the European Union, the Russians, the Chinese, Pacific Island Nations, most undeveloped countries, the glitterati of Hollywood, left-wing politicians, unrepentant reds, government media, the climate research industry, Big Oil, Big Gas and the Green […]

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