Economist and author Thomas Sowell discusses the influence and implications of the involvement of intellectuals in terms of the global warming issue.
I suppose it was just a matter of time. With the recent Ebola outbreak and the public hooked on perspectives that go against the official story, who could resist a juicy story about a conspiracy between the Center for Disease Control, Big Pharma and even the media? I mean attempts to make up the Ebola… Read More Here come the Ebola conspiracies
The Associated Press reports that a new study published in the November issue of the journal of Seismological Research Letters points to nearly 400 earthquakes in the state at a recently discovered fault in Harrison County last year. This sounds terrible. I mean the fact that fracking causes earthquakes should be reason to halt the… Read More Fracking causes earthquakes … so what?
You don’t have to dig too deep discover corruption in the Obama Administration. It doesn’t take emails from Louis Lerner to reveal that not only that he can’t stand opposition but keeps a somewhat cozy relationship with his constituent groups. Republican Senator David Vitter of Louisiana unveiled a series of emails between an Administrator with… Read More EPA emails show ‘cozy relationship’ with environmental group
The state of Massachusetts is considering a ballot proposition nick named the bottle bill that, if enacted, will expand recycling in the state. While it sounds like a great idea, the costs and effectiveness of recycling overall make the endeavor a waste of time and effort. Penn and Teller examined recycling as part of their… Read More Massachusetts considers expanding recycling
(H/T Vox.com) As the article points out: This chart is why vaccines matter. It compares declines from the number of cases of communicable diseases during an average year in the 20th century, to cases reported in 2010. And for diseases that we’ve fully vaccinated against — things like smallpox, which used to infect nearly 30,000… Read More Proof vaccines work
October 13th isn’t just the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ arrival to the New World, but also the day of a little known event that occurred in Latin America during the early 1990’s. An interesting op-ed was published during 2002 this month in The Washington Times. The column’s author was a gentleman known as Frank Rieff… Read More The anniversary of an environmental hell
I am going to take a small break from lambasting environmentalists (no, really) and take time to point out a benefit of industrialization and recent innovation. New out of Michigan points to fracking as being the reason for falling gas prices. Fracking (aka fracturing) is a drilling method whereby water, sand and other chemicals are… Read More Fracking maybe behind Michigan gas price slump
Happy Columbus Day everyone! It is small wonder that many on the Left seeks to condemn Christopher Columbus since by exploring and discovering the New World enabled the discovery of America and the ideals of freedom our country stands for. Environmentalists continue this condemnation by working to destroy energy production since it is the basis… Read More Columbus Day Commemorates Western Civilization
Alex Epstein points out the overall attitude of the people who participated in the People’s Climate March (yeah, right) in New York City.