Must-See Global Warming TV

As Al Gore’s movie “An Inconvenient Truth” becomes mandatory viewing for many U.S. school children and nears becoming the “official truth” about global warming,...

The Other Side of the Soda Fat Scare Story

“Americans have sipped and slurped their way to fatness by drinking far more soda and other sugary drinks over the last four decades, a...

Greens Pave Way to Republican Comeback

If congressional Republicans—or what’s left of them—are looking for the path out of the political wilderness following last week’s electoral drubbing, there’s a shortcut...

The Greenest Hypocrites of 2007

Green has traditionally been the color of the deadly sin of envy. But this year, a trendy upstart mounted a serious challenge to envy’s...

Junk Science: Conservation Nation?

President Bush almost got it right this week when he declined to call on Americans to conserve energy. Sadly, he still seems to think...

Kyoto’s Quiet Anniversary

Global warming alarmists marked the Kyoto Protocol’s first anniversary in subdued fashion this week. The treaty so far has been a failure and its...

A Lightbulb Tea Party?

“No man’s life, liberty or property is safe while the legislature is in session.” That comment by New York State Surrogate Court Judge Gideon Tucker...

Diabetes Drug Scare or Scam?

Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., launched a congressional investigation this week into the popular diabetes drug, Avandia. It’s too bad his inquiry appears headed in...

Celebs Mislead Californians on Air Pollution Threat

What do Bill Clinton and Julia Roberts know about air pollution and health in California? The answer can only be “not much,” based on...

Market-Based Environmentalism Is An Oxymoron

Goldman Sachs is the latest business to surrender to the junk science-based, anti-people agenda of the radical Green movement. The investment banking giant announced...

EPA Goes Man-Hunting

It’s little wonder why the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list doesn’t include anyone accused of breaking federal environmental laws. It’s hard to argue that a...

Sperm Count Beef?

Consumers were frightened this week by media reports about a new study claiming to link mothers’ consumption of beef with reduced sperm counts in...

Lights out, America?

The lights may soon go out in Washington, D.C. — and it could happen where you live, too. “Electric power has already become painfully expensive...

What Hurricane Season?

During this past Wednesday’s oral argument in the Supreme Court global warming case of Massachusetts v. EPA, a seemingly perplexed Justice Antonin Scalia pointedly...

Schumer Chucks the FDA?

Who needs the Food and Drug Administration? New York Democrat Sen. Chuck Schumer and personal injury lawyers certainly don’t—at least to the extent the...