Coal’s Colossal Comeback

By: Stephen Moore Buried in an otherwise-humdrum jobs report was the jaw-dropping pronouncement by the Department of Labor that mining jobs in America were up by 11,000 in March. Since the low point in October 2016, and following years of painful layoffs in the mining industry, the mining sector has added 35,000 jobs. What a turnaround. Liberals…

Real Science Must Guide Policy

By: Paul Driessen Obama signed it for the USA; the Senate never ratified the decision. And the US reduced its CO2 emissions by 12.5 percent since 2007, while Europe’s carbon dioxide emissions rose 0.7 percent in one year, 2014-2015.  Britain is looking into rescinding some 2020 clean energy targets and using more coal and natural gas. EU…

Five Stages of Climate Grief

By:    Paul Driessen                                     Ever since the elections, our media, schools, workplaces and houses of worship have presented a steady stream of stories showcasing the stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.  Liberal-progressive snowflakes are wallowing…

Stormy Climate Deception

By:  Paul Driessen Despite constant claims to the contrary, the issue is not whether greenhouse gas emissions affect Earth’s climate. The questions are whether those emissions are overwhelming the powerful natural forces that have always driven climate fluctuations, and whether humans are causing dangerous climate change. No Real-World evidence supports a “dangerous manmade climate change”…

Climate Change

By:  Rich Galen               I am sitting in my den on Sunday afternoon in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia where the temps hit a high of 71 earlier today. According to the Washington Post’s weather team: Just before 3 p.m. [Sunday], the temperature sensor at Reagan National Airport registered 71 degrees, tying the record…