While US citizens are empowered with the power of the vote, the US Congress holds the power of the purse. And, just before 2 a.m. on Saturday the 19th, a hardworking House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to eliminate funding for the United Nations’ International Panel on Climate Change, the propagandaContinue Reading

Ignore business fundamentals and remove the give and take of real markets and this is what you get — piles of taxpayer money going to “businesses” that are simply shell games. It was only a matter of time before the mafia figured out this was the easiest money ever. InContinue Reading

From page 11 of “WE HAVE BEEN CONNED: An Independent review of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)” by John McLean: “It was at this 1992 ‘Earth Summit’ that the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was established. One of its first actions was to unilaterally andContinue Reading

While government mandates have us all tied up in knots and going broke, few have examined how international agreements, treaties, contribute to this problem. So let’s look a bit closer at treaties. Let’s follow the carbon trail from the United Nations (UN) conference on climate change held in Copenhagen, DenmarkContinue Reading

Cherry picking: that’s what it’s called when a scientist/advocate (a dangerous beast!) picks and chooses data to include in their work — whiling ignoring all the rest — in order to move their agenda forward. Unless you’re a scientist, it’s pretty hard for you to figure out where the holesContinue Reading

It’s kind of sad to see our muscle bound Governator pleading like a “girlie man” with California’s Air Resources Board (CARB) Chair Dr. Mary Nichols, begging her not to behead the golden goose (California businesses) with a big cap & trade permit auction. The Governator wants to give businesses capContinue Reading

In just 14 days in December 2009, those at the United Nations’ conference of the parties (UNCOP) climate change meeting in Copenhagen excreted 40,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere, more than 60 of the world’s smallest countries produce in an entire year combined! As many as 40,000 protestors, overContinue Reading