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...

PETA Gets to Your Kids

Radical animal-rights activists may be the last people you’d think would be planning school lessons for your children. Well, think again. Through its...

The First Green President

President-elect Barack Obama could be the nation’s first green president—whether he likes it or not. The Greens’ early investment in Obama’s political soul has...

Global Warming’s Trillion-Dollar Turkey

A trillion dollars doesn’t buy what it used to — at least when it comes to global warming, according to a new analysis from...

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...

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,...

EPA’s Never Ending Dioxin Scare

If ever there was an example of what’s wrong with the intersection of government and science, the Environmental Protection Agency’s 20-year campaign to scare...

Top Ten Junk Science Moments for 2006

It’s time again for JunkScience.com’s review of the most notable junk science events of the year – a “top 10” list that may sometimes...

Vaccine Disease Protections Outweigh Side Effects

It’s quite unusual for me to write follow-up columns, but I had such an overwhelming response to my recent column regarding the disputed link...

Anti-Biotech Film a ‘Crockumentary’

The biotech scare is back — or, at least, a new movie is trying to bring it back. Playing in small movie houses, “The...

Tree Ring Circus

Is it really possible to determine the change in global temperatures over the last 1,000 years by examining tree rings? We may finally learn...

Food Police Indict SpongeBob

Who would ever think that loveable cartoon characters, such as SpongeBob SquarePants, threaten public health? Well the “food police” apparently do, and this week...

Global Warming on the Cover of Rolling Stone

You may remember the 1970s song “On the Cover of Rolling Stone” by Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, especially the catchy lyrics, “Wanna...

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...

Live Earth’s Gross Groupies

Why is NBC airing Al Gore’s Live Earth concert this weekend? Why are Democrats, who claim to support the Fairness Doctrine, not objecting to...