Oh the irony! When they’re not obstructing traffic, conducting die-ins, vandalizing war memorials, or showing up naked to parliament meetings, the climate change cult, known as Extinction Rebellion, decided to conduct some human-caused climate change of their own. This time, their latest antic was to dig up a lawn at Oxford University’s Trinity College. This… Read More XR Vandalize Cambridge Lawn Over “Destruction of Nature”
A telling study published four years ago by the California Legislative Analysit’s Office on housing costs reveals some surprising admissions that would probably be considered heresy in Sacramento. NIMBYism and environmental regulations that restrict housing construction are among the factors listed as the factors that contribute to the high cost of housing in the Golden… Read More Evironmental Rules Contribute to California’s High Housing Costs and Homelessness
A harrowing guest column written by Wolf Creek Ski Area (WCSA) CEO Davey Pitcher was published in The Durango Herald today. Wolf Creek, Colorado enjoys some of the highest amounts of snow fall in the state and Texas billionaire Red McCombs envisioned a Village at Wolf Creek resort next to the ski area. Environmentalists contend… Read More Environmentalists Obstruct Colorado Ski Resort Project for 30 Years
Another example of the bait-and-switch of environmentalists and their anti-science conduct. The agency that manages the Thirty Meter Telescope in Hawaii is seeking to begin construction of a backup facility on La Palma island in the Canary Islands and, lo and behold, an environmentalist group there has vowed to sue to block the project. Never… Read More Environmentalists Will Obstruct Telescope Project From Coming to Canary Islands
This past Monday, New York City suffered another blackout in which Con-Edison pointed to massive amounts of power usage which put a strain on the city’s power grid. According to The New York Times, Mayor DeBlasio and other city politicos are not only criticizing the utility company but are even going so far as to… Read More New York City Suffers Second Blackout After Passing “Green New Deal”
A guest opinion editorial published last week in The New York Times made some startling assertions. The authors, Scott Wiener (a California legislator) and Daniel Kammen (a Berkeley professor), attempt to make the case that denser public housing and transportation would reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Both authors also state that low-density, single-family-home zoning is effectively… Read More Gang Green Signals Their Hostility to Your Way of Life With NYT Op-Ed
The real battle in the Democratic Party is between reality and fantasy, says Chapman University’s Joel Kotkin.
A federal judge in Chicago allowed a lawsuit to proceed against former President Barack Obama’s $500 million Presidential Center today. Three environmentalists with the group Protect Our Parks and other opponents are involved in litigation to prevent the construction. According to the Washington Examiner, the plaintiffs assert in their lawsuit that the city of Jackson… Read More Obama Center in Chicago Could Come To a Screeching Halt
Two environmentalist groups have filed a lawsuit in Hennepin County District Court seeking to stop a proposed plan by Minneapolis to allow for more housing construction. The proposal pitched as Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan, according to Courthouse News Service, would rezone some areas of the city to allow for more housing construction while relaxing environmental… Read More Environmentalists Sue to Block Minneapolis Housing Project
CGTN’s Phil Lavelle reports from the town of Big Bear in Southern California that environmentalists dispute claims and would oppose a plan to log forests to prevent wildfires in The Golden State. This is no surprise because the wildfires help kill off humans.