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How Much Will a New Climate Change Treaty Cost and Who Will Pay?

Eleven thousand delegates attending the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Warsaw, Poland, November 11-22, to supposedly negotiate funding mechanisms for its 2009 Green Climate Fund to transfer $100 billion annually from rich to poor nations to build green economies and a new “loss and damages” fund for poor countries that suffer catastrophic damages blamed on rich nations’ industries that emit carbon dioxide.

at Nov 19, 2013 12:47 PM
       

Radical Environmentalism vs. Jobs and the Economy

The European Climate Foundation based in The Hague, is a typical green--ignore the science--organization that uses United Nations meetings to push radical environmentalism to destroy liberties, kill jobs and industries, and lower our standard of living.

In Warsaw, Poland, the ECF claimed that the Polish government is ignoring its people. The basis for their claim? A telephone survey sample of only 800 Poles.   Read more »

at Nov 15, 2013 5:01 PM
       

Big Oil Extortion Story The Left Doesn’t Want You to Know

For some time, Conservatives–the smart people in America–have recognized the extortion that environmentalists have waged on America.

From selling deforestation in the Amazon or “global climate change,” Leftists are constantly looking for ways to profiteer on made-up crises.

Then the Lefties get caught.

Remember the email scandal around global warming (what it was called then), where Leftist researchers were accused of cooking the books?   Read more »

at Oct 23, 2013 4:22 PM
       

Grover Norquist Interview on Immigration Reform - "People are an asset, not a liability"

Grover Norquist Interview with Bob Price on Immigration ReformThe immigration reform bill, sponsored by U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) has sparked a lot of discussion around the country bring about the kind of national debate we have needed for a very long time. Recently, Americans for Tax Reform founder, Grover Norquist, testified before the Senate about the pending legislation and why immigration reform is needed. He opened his testimony with the statement, "People are an asset, not a liability."

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This week, Norquist sat down with TexasGOPVote to expand on his thoughts on immigration reform, and I asked him about this comment and what it means in the context of immigration reform.   Read more »

at May 9, 2013 9:26 AM
       

John Tanton Networks like FAIR, NumbersUSA and CIS - Leftist Groups Manipulating Republicans

Groups like FAIR, NumbersUSA and the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) have long worked to deepen and widen a wedge between conservative Hispanic citizens and the Republican Party. Looking at the boards of these organization provides insight into their true agenda: That being a pro-choice, zero population growth, anti immigrant, radical environmentalist agenda from about as far left as can be seen.     Read more »

at Dec 19, 2012 2:23 PM
       

Give Locals a Say in Endangered Species Listings

 

Yesterday, I introduced a bill to amend the Endangered Species Act (ESA) to give local parties a say in the settlement of litigation between special interest groups and the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).   Read more »

at Aug 3, 2012 5:39 PM
       

Slimy Deals Continue Unabated in “Green” Energy

Now that the “myths” of ethanol, solar and wind energy economically replacing plain ol’ petroleum (“rock oil”) have been “busted”, the far left environmentalists have a new scam. The boondoggle is farming algae, and then extracting lipids from the cells, ostensibly to convert the lipids, a distant molecular relative of vegetable oil, into what they call “bioleum”, that still must be hydrogen enriched

at May 18, 2012 8:16 AM
       

California Dreaming

In the 1960’s, America was “Californian Dreaming”, but today California resembles more of a banana republic than a healthy state economically. As the more productive citizens move on to more fertile ground, the decline of the state continues. Joel Kotkin, in an article for the Daily Beast observed, “Barack Obama learned the rough sport of politics in Chicago, but his domestic policies have been shaped by California’s progressive creed. As the Golden State crumbles, its troubles point to those America may confront in a second Obama term.” If California is our future, then we are doomed as a nation.   Read more »

at May 8, 2012 10:31 AM
       

Dig, Baby Dig

Sometimes, a simple solution sits in front of us and all it takes is the will to simply say “Go for it.” The solution for our energy problems is simple, “Drill, baby drill and dig, baby dig.” In previous articles, I have presented overwhelming data that shows that the United States is awash in energy as Congressional Research Service concluded that the United States has more than double the energy reserves than Saudi Arabia.

When you add that the United States have 28% of the world's coal reserves, you are talking a country where energy independence is within reach and one report noted,

at Mar 15, 2012 9:17 AM
       

Follow the Money

Steven Hayward of AEI noted that climategate was the single event that changed the debate since the weakness of man-made climate change science was exposed and studies like CERN showed the significance of natural causes. Global warming skeptics will be referred to as those who support natural causing climate change due to recent development in climate science.   Read more »

at Jan 4, 2012 12:10 PM
       

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