By Timothy Gardner WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Trump administration officials will likely meet in May to reach a final decision on whether the United States should stay in the Paris climate deal, after holding an initial meeting on Thursday at the White House, an administration source said. The group of advisers, which includes Secretary of State … Continue reading Trump advisers likely to meet in days on Paris climate pact
HELP AMERICANS FOR A BETTER ECONOMY DEFEAT THE LIBERAL GREEN AGENDA! SIGN YOUR PETITION TO CONGRESS! TELL THEM TO PASS THE REINS ACT NOW! Each year, Earth Day is accompanied by predictions of doom. Let’s take a look at past predictions to determine just how much confidence we can have in today’s environmentalists’ predictions. In … Continue reading Here’s How Wrong Past Environmental Predictions Have Been
HELP AMERICANS FOR A BETTER ECONOMY DEFEAT THE LIBERAL GREEN AGENDA! SIGN YOUR PETITION TO CONGRESS! TELL THEM TO PASS THE REINS ACT NOW! Draining the swamp doesn’t just mean shrinking the size of federal bureaucracies. It means reducing the role of government throughout our society—including its ability to seize land. A good place to … Continue reading Federal Land Grabs Have Gotten Out of Control. Why Trump’s Executive Order Is a Positive Sign.
HELP AMERICANS FOR A BETTER ECONOMY DEFEAT THE LIBERAL GREEN AGENDA! SIGN YOUR PETITION TO CONGRESS! TELL THEM TO PASS THE REINS ACT NOW! Many years ago, I wrote an article on the research of Cornell University professor David Pimentel. Pimentel, a geneticist and evolutionary biologist, claimed it takes more energy to produce ethanol … Continue reading How the Ethanol Mandate is Destroying America’s Prairies
Despite a lifetime of fishing off the New England coast, Eric Reid was like a fish out of water when President Barack Obama grabbed a piece of his livelihood. “I’m just a fish guy but I learned a lot about politics in a big hurry,” said Reid, general manager of Seafreeze Shoreside Inc., a seafood … Continue reading Is the ocean ‘land owned or controlled’ by feds? Antiquities Act lawsuit aims to find out
MADISON, Wis. – Wednesday marked the one-year anniversary of the day an army of Democratic prosecutors unveiled a coordinated campaign to hunt down so-called “climate change deniers.” Constitutional experts have described the initiative as one of the more egregious attacks on the First Amendment in U.S. history. The Competitive Enterprise Institute, caught in the crosshairs of … Continue reading First Amendment rights still in peril following climate-change probes
Liberals claimed construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline would result in toxic spills. They didn't mention they would be the ones trying to intentionally stage the accidents. Who will save the Earth from environmentalists? - DF By Timothy Mclaughlin (Reuters) - South Dakota authorities are investigating an act of vandalism at the Dakota Access pipeline, … Continue reading Liberals stage new terrorist attacks on Dakota Pipeline