5.16.2022

Dear Elon, Its Time for Energy Freedom — Now!

By Vijay Jayaraj – May 16, 2022 Dear Elon, It is heartening to witness your commitment to protecting freedom of speech in our world. Despite backlash from the far left, you’ve gone ahead and bought Twitter. Like millions, I too greatly admire the pace at which SpaceX has developed and the advanced AI technology that… Continue Reading
5.8.2022

EVs on Fire! Electric Utopia Takes a Deadly U-Turn

By Vijay Jayaraj – May 8, 2022 Electric vehicles have been pushed hard as a solution to the world’s faux climate emergency, but in India they have turned into killing machines.  Many EV bikes and scooters have been bursting into flames across the country. The frequency of such incidents has increased considerably since spring 2022.… Continue Reading
4.12.2022

America’s Natural Gas Juggernaut

By Gregory Wrightstone – April 12, 2022 America can fuel the world’s needs for clean-burning natural gas for many decades and have plenty left over for our own domestic requirements. The vast majority of our nation’s undeveloped gas supply is found in the Appalachian Basin of the eastern United States. The size of the resource… Continue Reading
4.11.2022

Blood on the blades: are thousands of dead bald eagles too high a price to pay for “clean” energy

By Gregory Wrightstone Last week the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that they had sentenced ESI Energy for a “blatant disregard” of federal wildlife laws of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA). In their guilty plea to multiple violations, ESI admitted to the killing of at least 150 bald and golden eagles across 50… Continue Reading
4.2.2022

How is the invasion of Ukraine related to carbon dioxide?

America’s Executive and Legislative Branches are full of ignorant politicians who need help from a 5th-grader. By the 5th grade, students have already learned that all animals and fungi consume oxygen (O2) and release carbon dioxide (CO2); conversely, all plants consume CO2 and expel O2. This is the Circle of Life; without it, our planet… Continue Reading
3.3.2022

Attributing global warming to humans

By Andy May, March 3, 2022 By Andy May My latest book,[1] just released, is about a climate change debate between Professor David Karoly of the University of Melbourne and Professor William Happer of Princeton, emeritus. One of the most interesting debate topics was about the attribution of global warming. The host was James Barham… Continue Reading
3.2.2022

Supreme Court should cancel the latest “witch hunt”

by Wallace Manheimer – February 24, 2022 In the 1690s mass panic at Salem, Massachusetts, led to 20 people being executed for witchcraft and 150 being jailed. Then in the 1950s, another mass panic gripped the United States and thousands of lives were wrecked as many were falsely accused of being communists. Yet another in… Continue Reading
2.28.2022

Your honor, CO2 is not a pollutant

by Gregory Wrightstone Is carbon dioxide — two pounds of which each of us exhales daily — a pollutant? And are catastrophes increasing as a result of higher concentrations of the gas? Physics — along with a few other branches of science — says no. Nonetheless, in a landmark 2007 Supreme Court ruling, the EPA… Continue Reading
2.28.2022

Ukraine Conflict Fueled by False “Green” Promises

By Vijay Jayaraj As surely as the path to hell is paved with good intentions, the slide to the Russia-Ukraine conflict was greased with specious promises of the green lobby. “A year ago, Ukraine’s fate was sealed, and that’s because (President Biden) gave up our energy-exporting business and allowed the Russians” to take it, said… Continue Reading
2.24.2022

Supreme Court Must Curtail the EPA’s Regulatory Overreach Immediately

By Gregg Goodnight It is imperative that the Supreme Court stop the regulatory abuses enabled by the gross error of the 2007 ruling in Massachusetts v. EPA. This ruling has been the pretext for a vast extension of regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that were never intended under the U.S. Constitution or the… Continue Reading
2.11.2022

Judge Orders Administration to Cease Using the Social Cost of Carbon

Dr. Patrick Michaels February 11, 2022 Today, in a sweeping ruling from the Western District of Louisiana, Judge James D. Cain, Jr. ruled that the Biden administration must shelve its version of the “social cost of carbon” (SCC) for any regulatory action. Judge Cain’s ruling echoes much of what we have written in recent years—that… Continue Reading
1.28.2022

Be Grateful for Global Warming

By Gregory Wrightstone – January 28,2022 Present-day warming has been termed a crisis, and modern economic development a cancer. But what if I told you that much of the recent advancement in human prosperity would have been impossible without the temperature increases of the last several hundred years? A key to the sustenance of any… Continue Reading
1.24.2022

Civilization needs courageous warriors, — not pitiful, helpless giants

by Wallace Manheimer – published January 24, 2022 During a perilous time for the nation, President Nixon warned against the possibility of the U.S. becoming a “pitiful, helpless giant.” More recently the Wall Street Journal borrowed Nixon’s phrase in criticizing the U.S. failure to rescue citizens during the disastrous exit from Afghanistan. A similarly pathetic… Continue Reading
1.17.2022

Global agency sows fear with misinformation

by Gregory Wrightstone and Kip Hansen A recent report by the World Meteorological Organization claims that there has been a dramatic increase in the number of natural disasters over the last 50 years. According to the WMO Atlas of Mortality and Economic Losses from Weather, Climate and Water Extremes (1970 – 2019), there were more… Continue Reading
1.11.2022

Climate industrial complex left clueless as fossil fuels proliferate

By Vijay Jayaraj – January 11, 2022 It has been a little more than a month since the United Nations climate meeting at Glasgow, yet global use of fossil fuels has increased rapidly. For instance, U.S. President Joe Biden cancelled domestic oil projects and vowed to stop funding for international fossil fuel projects. But as… Continue Reading
1.2.2022

Colorado’s Marshall Fire: Has Funding Needs Corrupted Climate Science?

By Jim Steele – published January 2, 2022 I was totally shocked to hear the claims by a fire scientist I had once admired and often quoted in my blog posts about wildfire. In a National Public Radio interview Jennifer Balch said, “Climate change has lengthened the state’s fire season.” Then she said “”Climate change… Continue Reading
12.31.2021

School’s Promise Contradicts Gloomy Predictions for Fossil Fuels

by Gordon Tomb – December 30, 2021 TUNKHANNOCK, PA —Those declaring the decline of fossil fuels as a done deal should check in with Lackawanna College’s School of Petroleum and Natural Gas (PNG).  Students here are looking forward to life-long careers. “It baffles me,” says Wyoming County Commissioner Thomas Henry, commenting on the popular media’s… Continue Reading
12.30.2021

Forest fires caused by lightning and humans, not by “climate change”

by Patrick Moore, PhD – December 30, 2021 Among the silliest claims in the “climate emergency” narrative is that forest fires are getting more severe due to “climate change”. This has been bolstered by one of the most flagrant examples of data manipulation in the entire climate scam. Until quite recently the U.S. Forest Service… Continue Reading
12.29.2021

High Energy Costs the Christmas Gift of ‘Green’ Politicians

By Vijay Jayaraj – December 29, 2021 The coming cold of winter is being paired with “green-inspired” energy policies that have created higher energy prices and fuel shortages. Historically, winters have been big killers. But centuries of innovation made us more resilient to the cold as we fully utilized the naturally available fossil fuels to… Continue Reading
12.28.2021

Shift to nuclear brightens Asian energy future

By Vijay Jayaraj – December 28, 2021 At a time when the global media narrative is dominated by fossil fuels and renewables, countries in Asia have been commissioning an increasing number of nuclear plants, contrary to many European countries and the U.S. With a string of new approvals in recent years, the future of energy… Continue Reading
12.17.2021

The East Slams the West’s Climate ‘Colonialism’

By Vijay Jayaraj – December 17, 2021 Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s explosive comments are not surprising to anyone who has been closely observing the opposition of India and China to western pressure for adopting climate polices contrary to the two countries’ economic objectives. “The colonial mindset hasn’t gone,” said Modi at a Constitution Day… Continue Reading
12.12.2021

Joe Biden spins tornado misinformation

Gregory Wrightstone – December 12, 2021 President Joe Biden wasted no time in politicizing the recent tornado tragedy that claimed nearly 100 lives in Kentucky, Illinois, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Missouri. Speaking less than 24 hours after the devastation of communities and lives, Biden linked the storms to man-made climate change. “All I know is that… Continue Reading
12.11.2021

Energy dichotomy: Asian coal gains momentum as Biden undermines U.S. economy

By Vijay Jayaraj – December 11, 2021  It has been a tough time for the U.S. energy sector with gas prices soaring and heating bills expected to do the same. President Biden has blamed OPEC for not producing oil at a faster pace and appears to be pleading with countries to release more oil. However,… Continue Reading
12.8.2021

India and China Set Aside Differences to Resist Carbon Imperialism

By Vijay Jayaraj – December 8, 2021 India and China have come together to resist the common enemy of carbon imperialism despite a sour relationship that has included a deadly border skirmish. At the COP26 climate meeting in Glasgow, leaders from the developed West were hellbent on imposing on developing nations harsher measures to reduce… Continue Reading
11.28.2021

The Profound Junk Science of Climate

By Norman Rogers – November 27,2021   Climate change prophecy hangs its hat on computer climate models. The models have gigantic problems. According to Kevin Trenberth, once in charge of modeling at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, “[None of the] models correspond even remotely to the current observed climate [of the Earth].” The models can’t properly… Continue Reading

Join our effort to build a greener future.