Why climate change has run its course
Scholar says the climate change movement has lost its importance and its dabbling in social-justice identity politics proves it. Tucker FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news servi...
The Rickshaw Puller
For the last 15 years, Lal Mohammed has worked as a rickshaw puller in Kolkata, India. In rubber sandals and shorts, he ferries passengers and packages through the city streets, earning less than $2 a...
‘Green New Deal’ test run falls short after energy bills skyrocket
Capitalist Pig Hedge Fund’s Jonathan Hoenig, Economist Steve Moore, FOX Business’ Kristina Partsinevelos and Jackie DeAngelis on Georgetown’s plan to generate all of its electricity from wind and sola...
AOC says 'bite the bullet' on $93 trillion Green New Deal
Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes, former Obama economic adviser Robert Wolf, Kingsview Asset Management CIO Scott Martin and FoxNews.com columnist Liz Peek react to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (...
'97% Of Climate Scientists Agree' Is 100% Wrong
Think about how many times you hear that 97 percent or some similar figure thrown around. It’s based on crude manipulation propagated by people whose ideological agenda it serves. It is a license to i...
AOC says only a 'sea sponge' would believe her '12 years' doomsday remark, but most Dems bought it | Fox News
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s claim that the world will “end in 12 years” unless climate change is tackled was accepted as a fact by two-thirds of Democrats, even though she said herself that only t...
The Greatest Scientific Fraud Of All Time -- Part XXIII
The scandal that I call “The Greatest Scientific Fraud Of All Time” is the alteration of official world temperature data by a small number of government employees in the US and the UK. Uniformly, th...
How the Media Corrupted Climate Policy
The administration is right: Worst-case scenarios shouldn’t dominate the debate.
Princeton physicist: There’s a ‘cult’ building around climate scientists
Princeton physics professor William Happer explains why he describes some climate change scientists as a ‘cult.’
What If We Terraformed The Sahara Desert?
Why don’t we transform the Sahara desert into a lush rainforest?
Last time CO2 levels were this high, sea levels were 60 feet higher and Antarctica had trees
Study finds the Earth's climate is highly sensitive to "relatively small variations in atmospheric CO2."
Professor Jordan Peterson on climate change and climate policy at the Cambridge Union
Professor Jordan Peterson explains why the world won't unite to solve the complex issue of climate change. Watch the full video at the Cambridge Union Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
Climate change expert sentenced to 32 months for fraud, says lying was a 'rush'
The EPA’s highest-paid employee and a leading expert on climate change was sentenced to 32 months in federal prison Wednesday for lying to his bosses and saying he was a CIA spy working in Pakistan so...
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