The Wall Street Journal writes in Notable & Quotable: From a letter to the editor in the Silverton (Colo.) Standard published July 30 regarding an Environmental Protection Agency plan to plug a leaking mine in the area; on Aug. 5 the EPA, trying to stop a leak at the nearby Gold King mine, accidentally released […]
I’m looking forward to taking a trip to Yellowstone National Park with my family. It has been almost 30 years since I visited as a kid. A lot has happened since then. One thing I’m wondering is if I will be able to see a difference now that the wolves have been reintroduced.
Earth Day speeches on the National Mall in Washington were drenched with Chicken Little tales of a coming apocalypse, writes economist Stephen Moore. CNN explained to viewers that we could look forward to “super-droughts, rising seas, mass extinctions and acidifying oceans” before warning, “Bye-bye, animals.” And President Obama weighed in on the dire predictions: “This […]
Can you guess what the prudent strategy for efficient water consumption is? It’s market pricing with water rates based on household use. Except if you live in California. California has suffered four droughts in the last five decades with each of the four becoming more severe in its impact. “Yet this is due more to […]
In an attempt to cow climate skeptics, three Senate Democrats have been trying to muzzle more than 100 nonprofits and companies that question the climate agenda. How did these congressional climate crusaders came up with this idea? As the WSJ’s Kimberley A. Strassel writes, “For several years a coalition of liberal organizations have been using […]
How would you like to flick on your wall switch, only to find out you have no juice? The good news? Thanks to Obama’s Clean Power Plan, the nationwide cost for electricity could rise a staggering 12% to 17% over 15 years. The bad news? Thanks to Obama’s Clean Power Plan, you might not be […]
After “investing” tens of billions of taxpayer dollars of federal subsidies for Solyndra, Fisker Auto, battery plants and other mega-green energy losers, the U.S. still gets only about 3 percent of its electric power from wind and solar power. Stephen Moore, along with Kathleen Hartnett-White, write in the Washington Times, that if you think President […]