Unfortunately, at the same time foreign supplies are falling, domestic production is being curtailed by policies of President Barack Obama’s administration.
Archive | February, 2011
The information reveals that the Obama administration — not the oil industry — is the culprit for the slowdown of drilling activity in the Gulf. The Gulf of Mexico accounts for more than 25 percent of domestic oil production.
“The biggest fight we have on the environment right now in Washington is not going forward, it is preventing these Neanderthals, troglodytes, whatever you call them, from going backward – preventing them from attacking the EPA, preventing the EPA from doing anything about clean air for the next few years,” Kerry said.
The IPCC’s conclusions are not based solely on painstaking studies. Nor is the IPCC’s source material all published in peer-reviewed journals. In fact, 30% of the references in the IPCC’s 2007 report (5,587 out of 18,531) are to grey literature – including press releases, magazine articles, and advocacy material produced by groups such as Greenpeace. […]
For example, famed Princeton University physicist Dr. Robert Austin, who has published 170 scientific papers and was elected a member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Austin told a congressional committee that, unfortunately, climate has become a political science. It is tragic the some perhaps well-meaning but politically motivated scientists who should know […]
The real problem here, though, isn’t how much money the EPA is receiving, but the authority that EPA has to regulate. If Republicans are looking to prevent the EPA from regulating greenhouse gases, for instance, simply cutting funds isn’t enough.
We just finished a nice thawing period here in Minnesota that came in the middle of February. We usually get this in the middle of January, we call it a “January thaw” and it happens pretty regularly, in fact 2011 will be the first year we haven’t had a January thaw in over 30 years.
Maybe something Minnesota should consider Washington Post HELENA, Mont. — A Montana legislator is proposing the state embrace global warming as good for the economy. Republican Rep. Joe Read of Ronan aims to pass a law that says global warming is a natural occurrence that “is beneficial to the welfare and business climate of Montana.” […]
not long ago to question multiculturalism…. ….risked being branded racists and pushed into the loathesome corner with pedophiles and climate change deniers”
If you take 70ppm and multiply it by .03 (3%) you get 2.1 or 2 parts per million, which is all that mankind is responsible for. That’s it, that’s what all the hubbub is about.
I had the film in the camera, the cast was up for it, had the song in the can, had to do it.
Kansas City Business Journall Attorneys general in Kansas and Missouri want the U.S. Supreme Court to put an end to the use of public nuisance lawsuits that target electric utilities thought to contribute to global warming. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Missouri counterpart Chris Koster joined 20 other attorneys general in filing a “friend […]
(CNN) — An icy cold front that swept through northern Mexico over the weekend left 65 zoo animals dead, the zoo’s owner told CNN on Monday. Parrots, crocodiles and peacocks were among the victims of temperatures that dropped as low as 5 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 15 degrees Celsius) early Saturday morning at the Chihuahua Zoo […]
There has been a lot of talk in the news lately how 2010 is the hottest year on record, yet we seem to be freezing to death. That’s when the line from Stephen Foster’s song “Oh Susanna” sprang to mind “The sun so hot, I froze to death” and I decided to do this song.
The inability of power companies to meet demand is almost exclusively a consequence of the Obama administration’s publicly stated goal to bankrupt the coal industry and in turn ram through the de-industrialization of America under the guise of the phony global warming mantra.
Gore also indicated that he believes a rise in global temperatures is creating “all sorts of havoc,” from hotter dry spells to colder winters and ever more violent storms. This is even endangering certain species of animals and leading to forest fires and floods.
Two dozen states in line of fire Weather.com 100 million people will be impacted by this storm. Blizzard Hits Chicago Storm could be one for the record books Watches/Warmings Airport Closed at Dallas Via Drudge Report
Eleven Republican senators introduced a bill that would stop the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gases, which scientists blame for global warming, without explicit approval by Congress.