Mitt Romney campaigned in Ohio today and launched an attack on President Obama’s coal policies, telling the audience that the president is waging a “war on coal.” The extreme left-wing environmental agenda is an obvious wedge in the Obama coalition and the president is on the wrong side.
The left wing has chosen privileged environmental protestors over working-class jobs in the coal industry... More
Protecting the environment has been a consistent theme throughout Pope Benedict’s papacy. Though I’ve not had the pleasure of reading his latest book on the subject, it’s worth reviewing what he’s already said about being “green.”
Too often the debate about environmentalism is hindered by focusing on the politically divisive issue of global warming. Unfortunately, ideological blinders... More
C'mon, the smog in DC isn't *that* bad!
[Update: If you agree with the people at Power Shift or are one of them, I encourage you to watch this video also, before you comment.]
I’m not pointing and laughing at these people. Really, I’m not. The temptation is there, sure, but I’m not.
I’m also not sharing this out of uncharity. If I were pointing and laughing at the... More
From the Inhofe blog at the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public works:
Climate Momentum Shifting: Prominent Scientists Reverse Belief in Man-made Global Warming – Now SkepticsGrowing Number of Scientists Convert to Skeptics After Reviewing New Research
Following the U.S. Senate’s vote today on a global warming measure (see today’s AP article: Senate Defeats Clima... More
Dom makes the point I was going to make before (and better than) me:
The comments by Archbishop Celestino Migliore, the Holy See�s observer at the United Nations on global climate change got a lot of attention in the press and blogosphere.
The archbishop threw the Vatican�s weight behind the climate change �consensus�, including that �the scientific evidence for global warming and for h... More
More grist for the (hopefully energy-efficient/minimal-waste-producing) mill:
“To sum up: Even as population grew, American industry grew, the amount of energy consumed grew, and the amount Americans used their cars grew, greenhouse gas emissions went down. Despite everything that environmental extremists tell us we need to do to ?save the environment? from the ?human-caused? catastrophe of... More
If you haven’t heard about this before, you probably should at some point.
Dr. Philip Blosser explains:
Widespread use of birth control pills harming the environment, says “Estrogen overload,” California Catholic Daily (April 29, 2007). Tests of river fish indicate their flesh carries enough estrogen-mimicking chemicals to cause breast cancer cells to grow, says Scientific Americ... More