Climate change/ Energy

Will the real climate change please stand up?

Decades after we were first introduced to the concept of man- made global warming, purported evidence of an impending, all- encompassing disaster remains contradictory. Whether it’s this year, next, or sometime further into the future, a defining hour that will hold all climate alarmists responsible for past deceptions, is fast approaching. “Time for Climate Scientists… Continue reading Will the real climate change please stand up?

Climate change/ Energy

Al Gore the hypocrite

When a person preaches to the masses on their select issue, we expect that person to practice as they preach. However, Al Gore’s exorbitant consumption of energy demonstrates that despite his anti- fossil fuel rhetoric, the world’s greatest climate change alarmist is an unrepentant hypocrite. Given this stark contrast between Al Gore’s public campaigns and… Continue reading Al Gore the hypocrite

Climate change/ Energy

Care About The Poor? Why Withdrawing From Paris Agreement Helps Those Most Vulnerable

Are you truly concerned about the poor’s economic welfare? If so, you should be celebrating President Trump’s announcement that the United States will withdraw itself from the Paris Agreement. The Paris climate accord, which was ratified last year, attempts to “brings all nations into a common cause to undertake ambitious efforts to combat climate change… Continue reading Care About The Poor? Why Withdrawing From Paris Agreement Helps Those Most Vulnerable

Climate change/ Energy · The Donald Trump Presidency

Top 7 Worst Reasons to Keep the Paris Climate Accord

As best summed up by John Hayward: “Money tithed to the Church of Global Warming will not be available for real scientific research and development. The crony capitalist incentives provided by these madcap environmental protocols tend to reward political connections and public relations, not innovation.” Breitbart, by John Hayward, June 1, 2017: It is fun… Continue reading Top 7 Worst Reasons to Keep the Paris Climate Accord

Climate change/ Energy

It’s time to say No to renewable energy targets

“It’s time to say No to renewable energy targets”, Liberty Works, February 2, 2016: ‘How will you be able to look your grandchildren in the eye and tell them you didn’t do anything about climate change?’ If you’ve engaged in any kind of climate change or energy policy debate, you will have no doubt heard… Continue reading It’s time to say No to renewable energy targets