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Former Dem Gov. Says Obama Overreached, Environmental Reviews Need Streamlining BY ELENA CONNOLLY AND MICHAEL SANDOVAL MAY 3, 2018 Former Democratic governor and Obama Administration officials agreed for the need to streamline and improve the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) approval process during a panel discussion hosted by the Wilderness Society today. “One of the criticisms of the Obama administration was overreach, regulatory overreach. […]

Obama Energy Secretary’s Secure Room Cost 28 Times More Than Pruitt’s By MICHAEL BASTASCH The Energy Department spent $1.2 million on a secure communications room during the Obama administration, illustrating just how much it costs to provide government officials with a secure line of communications, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned. The secure room, or SCIF, was built near former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz’s […]

$50K a night underwater hotel suite to open in Maldives

By NICOLE PELLETIERE via GMA May 3, 2018, 3:59 AM ET 1.00 Conrad Maldives Rangali Island WATCH$50K underwater hotel suite to open in Maldives Email Travelers will soon be sleeping among marine life in an underwater hotel room in the Maldives. The residence at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island will be available later this year cost at least […]

Carbon tax advocates ‘should stop pretending to be free-market’ Josiah Neeley’s Latest CO2 Tax Argument (real conservatives, libertarians will not be persuaded) By Robert Bradley Jr. — May 3, 2018 “Substituting CO2 taxation for existing levies is not the tax debate from the conservative/free market side. The debate is about the flat tax versus a consumption tax as fundamental tax reform. And, hypothetically, if Malthusian […]

Malaria Scare Proves To Be Another Global Warming Myth

by Paul Homewood     We have been told for years that malaria will spread because of global warming. Unfortunately for the alarmists, but fortunately for the rest of us, the reverse is the case. The Our World in Data recently updated a report, originally published in 2015. According to it, WHO data […]

UK Green Energy Investment ‘Falls 56%’ as subsidies retreat

Green energy investments fell 56% in 2017 on the back of government policy changes ending onshore wind and solar subsidies, according to a report from law firm TLT. The ‘Clean Energy Investment Trends 2018’ report said that despite the policy change investment interest in UK renewables remains strong as the market adapts to a post-subsidy […]

No, North America’s Climate Boundary Did Not Move East

The media have uncritically reported on a paper by climate alarmists claiming a climate barrier east of the Rockies has moved 140 miles east due to global warming. A look at objective data, however, reveals no such shift.