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  • EDITORIAL: The hippie holiday--Humanity haters bemoan life on Earth Day

    04/20/2011 2:59:33 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 56 replies · 1+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | April 20, 2011 | Editorial
    Tomorrow is Good Friday, the day on which Jesus Christ was crucified. More important to many is that it’s also Earth Day, the annual gala that’s taken on the trappings of a pagan religious holiday. At some level, it’s good to celebrate Earth, the source of life and home of humanity. After all, we have to live somewhere. Environmentalists, however, seem divided between those who venerate the planet as a deity and those who think it’s so fragile that it must be saved from everyone but themselves. Newsweek magazine dismissed the first Earth Day in 1970 as “a bizarre...
  • EDITORIAL: Supremes open to greenwashing

    04/18/2011 6:24:09 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 22 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | April 18, 2011 | Editorial
    High court hears warming case that could freeze the U.S. economyGlobal-warming alarmists have failed to make their case in the court of public opinion, so they’re taking their propaganda to the Supreme Court instead. Like many ideological movements that lack political traction, the left is hoping that what politicians have disposed of the judiciary will impose. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in American Electric Power Co., Inc. v. Connecticut, the issue at hand being whether states and private groups may sue utilities over purported global warming. Several states and environmental activists sued five electric utilities for...
  • That Green Thing

    03/28/2011 8:58:36 PM PDT · by Windflier · 49 replies
    Vanity ^ | 28 March 2011 | Unknown
    That Green Thing In the line at the store today, the cashier told an older woman ahead of me that plastic bags weren't good for the environment. The woman apologized to her and explained, "We didn't have the green thing back in my day." That's right, they didn't have the green thing in her day. Back then, they returned their milk bottles, Coke bottles, and beer bottles to the store. The store sent them back to the plant to be washed and sterilized and refilled, using the same bottles over and over. So they really were recycled. But they didn't...
  • Green Pressure Groups Want More Corporate Climate Disclosure (Enviro insanity)

    03/11/2011 9:14:37 AM PST · by jazusamo · 6 replies
    National Legal & Policy Center ^ | March 11, 2011 | Paul Chesser
    Environmental pressure group Ceres, whose primary activity is to drive corporations to report their greenhouse gas emitting activities and disclose climate risk in their Securities and Exchange Commission filings, recently released a report that outlines exactly what companies should be disclosing. The report, “Disclosing Climate Risks and Opportunities in SEC Filings: A Guide for Corporate Executives, Attorneys and Directors,” was written by three environmentalist attorneys and was reviewed by representatives of Friends of the Earth, Climate Change Lawyers Network, Carbon Disclosure Project, Natural Resources Defense Council, Investor Environmental Health Network, California Public Employees’ Retirement System, California State Teachers’ Retirement...
  • Details on the Republican Attack on Our Environment [Tea Party Success!]

    03/08/2011 6:40:30 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 27 replies
    Environmental protection in the US is under attack from extremist Tea Partiers backed by big business. A backlash by wealthy business owners and conservative activists against President Obama's green agenda has snowballed into the greatest assault on environmental protection that America has ever seen. "This is almost unprecedented in environmental history, in that they are moving in so many directions and in so many ways to effect the same results that even if they are only partly successful, it will still have a serious outcome,"said Bill Becker, secretary of the National Association of Clean Air Agencies, which monitors air pollution....
  • Fort’s leader outlines busy upcoming slate

    02/18/2011 7:38:58 PM PST · by SandRat · 5 replies
    SIERRA VISTA — The importance of Fort Huachuca can be seen with the number of new construction projects which will start soon and future ones planned for upcoming years, Brig. Gen. Gregg Potter said Thursday. New facilities, worth $15 million for the Army’s Gray Eagle Unmanned Aerial System training, is a year out from opening and a $6 million replacement fire station will be occupied in May 2012, said Potter, who commands the Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca. Making his comments at a dinner of the Fort Huachuca 50, an organization which for the past 23 years has...
  • EPA responds to congressional attempts to reel in greenhouse gas regulation

    02/10/2011 9:36:56 AM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 53 replies
    Watts Up With That? ^ | February 10, 2011 | Anthony Watts
    Posted on February 10, 2011 by Anthony Watts Image via WikipediaThe question is, are we a country of laws made by our representatives, or a country of laws made by bureaucrats? The constitution provides only one answer, and Ms. Jackson would do well to read it.Latest News release from the EPA: CONTACT: EPA Press Officepress@epa.gov February 9, 2011Administrator Lisa P. Jackson, Opening Statement Before the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Energy and PowerAs prepared for delivery – Mr. Chairman and members of the Committee, thank you for inviting me to testify about Chairman Upton’s draft bill to eliminate...
  • EPA Chief Lambasted at Hearing: 'Do You Believe in the Law of Supply and Demand?!' (VIDEO)

    02/09/2011 11:05:22 AM PST · by JesseWatters · 29 replies
    FoxNation.com ^ | Feb 9 | Jesse Watters
    Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee about her agency's ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act. Congressman John Shimkus (R, Illinois) tore into Jackson, at one point demanding, "Do you believe in the law of supply and demand?!"
  • EDITORIAL: Shot in the dark at lead ammo--A plot is afoot to undermine hunting and fishing

    02/01/2011 4:08:18 PM PST · by jazusamo · 31 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | February 1, 2011 | Editorial
    On the rare occasion when federal bureaucrats waver in their commitment to expanding their own regulatory power, environmental extremists can always be counted on to look for a sympathetic judge to expand it for them. The latest clever scheme would undermine the right of Americans to hunt and fish, using the judicial branch to implement policies too hot for regulators or lawmakers to touch. Congress needs to step in and disarm this assault on traditional sporting activities. The California-based Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) fired the first shot in August when it asked the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ban...
  • The EPA's Mess with Texas (And the Lone Star State won't allow them to)

    01/30/2011 8:33:46 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 62 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 01/30/2011 | Ben Voth
    As part of Obama's new political initiative to bypass a Congress that rejected his leadership in 2009 and 2010, he has announced executive orders to allow the federal government to restrict economic activity to fit legislative goals he apparently no longer believes he can win in political debate.  One of the most important new targets in this new post-congressional agenda is Texas.  The EPA is messing with Texas in ways that threaten to disrupt the biggest jobs-producer in the United States. The EPA is moving to restrict Texas' ability to continue as the largest production base for natural gas...
  • Grant County ranchers fear financial hit from court-ordered loss of grazing territory (OR)

    01/30/2011 4:07:03 PM PST · by jazusamo · 61 replies
    The Oregonian ^ | January 30, 2011 | Richard Cockle
    Richard Cockle/The Oregonian/2008 Ken Brooks, a rancher in Grant County, takes a break from  feeding his cows to discuss a federal judge's decision on  steelhead that he says could force him to cut his herd from  450 cows to 150. JOHN DAY -- Rancher Ken Brooks is standing in his ranch yard near the ghost town of Fox , his eyes sweeping the timber-covered Malheur National Forest that holds the key to his future and that of 18 other Grant County ranching families. "They're all pretty angry," he said. "We're all in the same boat. We're unsure what we're...
  • Endangered Listing Proposed for Lizard (Enviros find new way to stop O&G activity in NM)

    12/14/2010 5:57:15 PM PST · by CedarDave · 15 replies
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | December 14, 2010 | Rene Romo
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to list the dunes sagebrush lizard, or sand dune lizard, as an endangered species, a move that could restrict oil drilling, grazing and off-road vehicle use in the lizard's habitat in southeastern New Mexico. The Center for Biological Diversity said an endangered species designation would require limits on herbicide spraying used by some ranchers and restrictions on oil and gas drilling, plus additional funding for research and the development of a recovery plan. ... A 60-day public comment period begins with the publication today of the proposal in the Federal Register. Fish...
  • Climate craziness cools in Cancun--Environmental radicals are losing political momentum

    11/27/2010 11:22:35 AM PST · by jazusamo · 21 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | November 27, 2010 | Editorial
    Today, U.N. negotiators will begin two weeks of meetings in Cancun, Mexico, looking for a way to move the climate action agenda forward, impose global carbon emissions caps and compel countries to pay a series of new international taxes to underwrite environmental programs. Maybe they'll get what they want when hell freezes over.The mood of climate alarmists going into Cancun is decidedly downbeat. The sense of impending doom they had cultivated over the last decade or so has largely evaporated. The Climategate scandal took a severe toll on the credibility of some of the climate theology's leading high priests,...
  • EPA rejects proposed ban on lead sinkers, fishing tackle

    11/04/2010 4:20:30 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 26 replies · 1+ views
    Press of Atlantic City ^ | November 4, 2010 | Richard Degener
    A proposal to ban lead fishing tackle to protect birds and other wildlife has been shot down by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The decision was immediately praised by fishing groups worried lead substitutes would cost more and be less effective in catching fish. Jim Hutchinson, of the Galloway Township-based Recreational Fishing Alliance, said EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson made the right decision. "We're certainly happy with the EPA. It will be helpful in this tough economy for tackle shops, charter boats, and individual anglers. An outright ban would have just kept fishermen off the water, and that's ridiculous," Hutchinson said....
  • The Original "Enviro Nazis" Were Nazis “Mixing Green with Red Makes Brown"

    10/19/2010 5:10:25 PM PDT · by kindred · 7 replies
    The Ignorant Fishermen ^ | October 19, 2010 | RMM I.F.
    In light of the recent environmental controversy over splattergate, where the green propaganda ad in the United Kingdom explosively became gory red in the classroom, it is time to be reminded that it was pacifist-leftist Kurt Tucholsky (1890-1935) who pointed out that the Nazis started out green but became bloody red. This political reality came much to the dismay of many German conservationists as they slowly found out the real intent of Adolf Hitler. Naïve German greens had no idea that many of the Fuhrer’s savage premeditations about continental hegemony were often conjured up at his mountain retreat in the...
  • EPA Funnels Taxpayer Money to Dozens of Liberal Community Activist Groups

    10/13/2010 9:03:27 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 28 replies
    CNSNews ^ | October 13, 2010 | Susan Jones
    (CNSNews.com) - The Environmental Protection Agency recently listed 76 community groups and government agencies that will share almost 2 million taxpayer dollars in the form of "environmental justice grants."The grants – around $25,000 each -- will fund projects that help people living in poor, minority communities increase recycling, avoid heat stroke, improve indoor air quality, "reduce carbon emissions through weatherization," and participate in "green jobs" training programs.But beyond the EPA's mission of protecting human health and the environment, the grant money will boost the coffers, and perhaps the influence, of some far-left groups.The EPA defines “environmental justice” as the...
  • The Original Enviro Nazis were Nazis

    10/12/2010 9:30:45 AM PDT · by Olympiad Fisherman · 11 replies · 1+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | 10/11/2010 | Mark Musser
    One of the most embarrassing environmental facts of the 1930s was that between 60% and 70% of the German greens were Nazi Party members, compared to only 10% of the population at large. In fact, German greens outperformed even medical doctors and teachers, with Nazi foresters and veterinarians leading the charge. Somehow, the so-called independent German wandervogels (German word for "wandering free spirits") found themselves at the footstool of Der Führer. Their wandervogel attitudes about civilization and the wild forestlands found a political niche in the isolationist biology of the Nazi Party. Furthermore, their strong beliefs in holism found a...
  • The Original Enviro-Nazis

    10/12/2010 2:33:17 AM PDT · by Rashputin · 5 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 12, 2010 | Mark Musser
    One of the most embarrassing environmental facts of the 1930s was that between 60-70% of the German greens were Nazi Party members, compared to only 10% of the population at large. In fact, German greens even outperformed medical doctors and teachers, with Nazi foresters and veterinarians leading the charge. Somehow, the so-called independent German wandervogels (German word for ‘wandering free spirits') found themselves at the footstool of Der Fuhrer. Their wandervogel attitudes about civilization and the wild forestlands found a political niche in the isolationist biology of the Nazi Party. Furthermore, their strong beliefs in holism found a political voice...
  • 1010 Blow The Kids Up For Climate Change [graphic video]

    10/01/2010 3:43:22 PM PDT · by mlizzy · 61 replies · 2+ views
    You Tube ^ | 10-1-10
    Make sure you give the video a thumbs up, so that it gets more visibility, therefore, the unhinged alarmists cannot hide what they have done! This ridiculous, disgusting movie, in which activists of the 10:10 climate change campaign fantasize about blowing up dissenters, was uploaded and recently self censored, set to private, after they realized how unhinged and insane it makes them look. (http://tinyurl.com/2wg52bt) Comrade Morshu (http://tinyurl.com/265bjca) has re-uploaded it, and asks that you do the same. To download, copy the url and then go to keepvid.com, or get the Ant Video Downloader for Firefox.
  • EPA threatens states over Chesapeake Bay cleanup

    09/24/2010 9:55:59 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 13 replies
    Washington Post ^ | September 24, 2010 | By David A. Fahrenthold
    Federal officials began a historic crackdown on pollution in the Chesapeake Bay on Friday - threatening to punish five mid-Atlantic states with rules that could raise sewer bills and put new conditions on construction. The move by the Environmental Protection Agency is part of the biggest shakeup in the 27-year history of the Chesapeake cleanup. On Friday, the agency went after Virginia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Delaware and New York, which together account for more than 70 percent of the pollution that causes "dead zones" in the bay. The agency told the states that their plans contained "serious deficiencies" and said...
  • Radical Environmental Groups Extorting Federal Money with Lawsuit Threats

    09/22/2010 7:45:41 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 12 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | September 22, 2010 | Karen Budd Falen
    A federal project comes up, radical groups threaten to entangle it in litigation, the government pays them to go away. Fundraising! To avoid lawsuits, American tax dollars are being used to pay off radical environmental groups. The groups are using the money to threaten more lawsuits. Research provided to the Western Legacy Alliance has documented payments of at least $4,697,978 in taxpayer dollars to 14 environmental groups in 19 states and the District of Columbia. These payments are not being made because the radical groups won a legal battle or proved that the federal government was destroying the environment. Instead,...
  • Media Bias Gets Dangerous: Minimizing the Ecoterror Threat

    09/03/2010 1:56:23 PM PDT · by jazusamo
    Pajamas Media ^ | September 3, 2010 | Patrick Richardson
    They are over and done with the topic of James J. Lee, despite the mounting number of attacks committed in the name of environmentalism.   Whether or not James J. Lee, who invaded the corporate offices of the Discovery Channel Wednesday armed with explosives and a gun, was a terrorist or not would seem to be open to debate. Certainly PJM has been unable to discover any ties between Lee and any known ecoterror group — despite his radical environmentalist manifesto. At the same time, groups such as the Animal Liberation Front could be expected to disavow any connection to...
  • EnviroNazi's Choice

    09/02/2010 10:04:16 AM PDT · by Leigh Patrick Sullivan · 2 replies
    The Moderate Separatist ^ | September 2, 2010 | Leigh Patrick Sullivan
    Companies like Bed, Bath, & Beyond, eager to give the impression that they actually 'care' about the environment, announce boycotts of our oil sands yet don't seem to have a problem taking that same oil-money at their cash registers from Albertan consumers. The enviroNazis don't bother with the truth - that just gets in the way of feel-good P.R. spin. The truth being, of course, that less than one-tenth of one percent of global emissions are a result of the oil sands.
  • Gun owners dodge the bullet ban--Leftist attempt to undermine Second Amendment misses the mark

    08/27/2010 6:44:21 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 16 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | August 27, 2010 | Editorial
    The Supreme Court's recent McDonald and Heller decisions have thus far thwarted the gun grabbers' best efforts by upholding the individual's right to own firearms. Late Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency added another victory to the list as it shot down an attempt to undermine the Second Amendment through the regulation of bullets. On Aug. 3, the American Bird Conservancy and groups like Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility petitioned the Environmental Protection Agency to ban traditional lead ammunition as a "health risk." Obviously, the argument was not that recipients of a 45-caliber slug might suffer from lead poisoning. Instead, these...
  • Epidemiologist Fired for Reporting Unhelpful Results

    08/19/2010 1:43:09 PM PDT · by libertarian27 · 37 replies
    Reason ^ | Aug 19, 2010 | Jacob Sullum
    James Enstrom, an epidemiologist who has worked at the UCLA School of Public Health for 34 years, was recently fired, supposedly because his research "is not aligned with the academic mission of the Department [of Environmental Health Sciences]." As Michael Siegel notes, this rationale is patently false. The department's official mission is to "explore the fundamental relationship between human health and the environment," and that is exactly what Enstrom has done. The problem is not that he tackled the wrong questions; it's that he came up with the "wrong" answers. Specifically, he has failed to find a connection between exposure...
  • Official: Satellite Failure Means Decade of Global Warming Data Doubtful

    08/17/2010 2:05:17 PM PDT · by Lorianne · 69 replies · 1+ views
    Revolution Broadcasting ^ | 13 August 2010 | John O’Sullivan
    US Government admits satellite temperature readings “degraded.” All data taken offline in shock move. Global warming temperatures may be 10 to 15 degrees too high. The fault was first detected after a tip off from an anonymous member of the public to climate skeptic blog, Climate Change Fraud (view original article) (August 9, 2010). Caught in the center of the controversy is the beleaguered taxpayer funded National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA’s Program Coordinator, Chuck Pistis has now confirmed that the fast spreading story on the respected climate skeptic blog is true. However, NOAA spokesman, Program Coordinator, Chuck Pistis...
  • Deep freeze ahead for carbon cap bills

    08/07/2010 4:47:42 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 15 replies
    Politico ^ | August 7, 2010 | Darren Samuelsohn
      When it comes to global warming, the environmental lobby is going on defense. Stung by the failure to secure a Senate vote on climate and energy legislation and wary of a possible GOP-led Congress, leaders at some of the country’s most influential green groups are moving cash and staff away from cap and trade. Environment America, the Sierra Club and the Union of Concerned Scientists, with more than 2.5 million members combined, now consider it their top job to defend the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to write climate rules against attacks in the courts and on Capitol Hill. “The...
  • Hippies wail for dead trees [video] (An oldie but a goodie!)

    Happy Friday, Freepers! I thought that this might be a fun Friday treat. Hippies crying over a tree: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roFB7bGCAgc&feature=related
  • EPA rejects challenge to climate rules (Fascist Regime)

    07/29/2010 1:26:42 PM PDT · by milwguy · 37 replies · 6+ views
    politico ^ | 7/29/2010 | DARREN SAMUELSOHN
    The Environmental Protection Agency Thursday rejected an effort to keep it from regulating greenhouse gas emissions, saying that e-mails released in last fall’s “Climategate” scandal gave it no reason to reconsider the science of global warming. In a sternly written opinion, EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson said she didn’t agree with requests from the GOP attorneys general from Texas and Virginia, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other conservative groups that questioned the underlying science linking humans to global warming and also warned of the potential economic burdens from new climate rules. Jackson said the groups’ arguments lack merit. “These petitions...
  • Are You Ready For Global Cooling?

    05/21/2010 5:37:27 PM PDT · by raptor22 · 42 replies · 1,243+ views
    Investors.com ^ | May 21, 2010 | Investor's Business Daily Staff
    Climate Science: Noted scientists at a Chicago climate conference declare that global warming is not only dead, but that the planet faces a big chill for decades to come. What about those frozen wind turbines? It's not exactly Copenhagen or Kyoto, but the 700 scientists attending the fourth International Conference on Climate Change, sponsored by the Heartland Institute, had some chilling news of their own in the most liberal sense. "Global warming is over — at least for a few decades," Don Easterbrook, emeritus professor of geology at Western Washington University, told the gathering. "However, the bad news is that...
  • The EPA's Shocking Power Grab (making federal decisions without the consent of Congress)

    05/20/2010 8:44:34 PM PDT · by Libloather · 37 replies · 1,213+ views
    Forbes ^ | 5/18/10 | George Allen and Marlo Lewis
    The EPA's Shocking Power GrabThe agency is making federal decisions without the consent of Congress George Allen and Marlo Lewis, 05.18.10, 04:16 PM EDT The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is carrying out one of the biggest power grabs in American history. The agency has positioned itself to regulate fuel economy, set climate policy for the nation and amend the Clean Air Act--powers never delegated to it by Congress. It has done this by declaring greenhouse gas emissions a danger to public health and welfare, in a proceeding known as the "endangerment finding." On Tuesday the U.S. Senate will debate and...
  • Ex-Obama czar wants to 'transform' U.S. economy--Jones partnered with group with history of violence

    03/26/2010 9:16:26 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 26 replies · 669+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | March 25, 2010 | Aaron Klein
    Van Jones, President Obama's former "green jobs" czar and newly appointed Princeton lecturer, has teamed up with a coalition of extremists to push an environmental activist agenda to "transform the American economy" and bring about "social change." The groups working with Jones have been described as using the tactics of guerrilla communication, agitation and disruption techniques. One organization working alongside Jones, the radical Earth First! environmentalist group, has a history of violence and sabotage. Jones spoke Monday at a Northern Arizona University event titled "Challenging America: Achieving Sustainability and Justice Through the Green Collar Economy." He spoke with Billy Parish,...
  • Appeals court hears arguments on forest roads rule

    03/10/2010 12:56:43 PM PST · by SmithL · 21 replies · 466+ views
    AP via SFGate ^ | 3/10/10
    DENVER (AP) -- Lawyers for the state of Wyoming and the Colorado Mining Association say a 2001 federal rule banning construction of new roads on National Forest land violates the law. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver heard oral arguments Wednesday in Wyoming's lawsuit challenging the rule. The U.S. Department of Agriculture — the parent agency of the National Forest Service — and environmental groups argue the rule is legal.
  • Green Party in California trying to stem shrinking numbers

    03/07/2010 7:34:39 PM PST · by CounterCounterCulture · 10 replies · 90+ views
    San Jose Mercury News ^ | 7 March 2010 | Sharon Noguchi
    Faced with diminishing numbers, a threatening ballot measure and the perpetual challenge of being a small third party in a two-party system, the California Green Party may be fading to chartreuse. But that won't happen if a hardy core of delegates, who gathered in San Jose over the weekend for a semiannual state meeting, has its way. Still, the Greens couldn't even hold the attention of their own members. By Sunday, the meeting had shrunk by half to 40 people. Even its two candidates for governor, Laura Wells of Oakland and Deacon Alexander of Los Angeles, skipped Sunday's talks on...
  • Terminator vs. Squirrel (Schwarzenegger fed up with interference by environmentalists)

    02/13/2010 8:52:38 AM PST · by reaganaut1 · 21 replies · 561+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | February 12, 2010 | John Fund
    Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is as green as any governor, from promoting alternative fuels to imposing carbon limits on California to fight climate change. But even he's had enough of the mindless interference with development that characterizes the actions of many environmentalists. In a state where one out of eight workers is unemployed, Mr. Schwarzenegger is asking the legislature for more authority to fast-track projects after they have undergone an environmental impact study. "Right now the way it's written, a lot of those laws, it's an invitation to misuse them," he told reporters last week. "And it holds up projects for...
  • New federal climate change agency forming

    02/08/2010 8:39:38 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 67 replies · 1,613+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 2/8/10 | Randolph E. Schmid - ap
    WASHINGTON – The Obama administration is forming a new agency to study and report on the changing climate. Also known as global warming, climate change has drawn widespread concern in recent years as temperatures around the world rise, threatening to harm crops, spread disease, increase sea levels, change storm and drought patterns and cause polar melting. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and Jane Lubchenco, head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, planned to announce Monday that NOAA will set up the new Climate Service to operate in tandem with NOAA's National Weather Service and National Ocean Service. NOAA recently reported...
  • Buy our car and you won't get busted by uniformed enviro-nazis (Audi Superbowl commercial)

    02/08/2010 7:52:34 AM PST · by Still Thinking · 63 replies · 1,918+ views
    Civil Liberties Examiner ^ | February 8, 2010 | J.D. Tuccille
    If you're like me, Audi's Green Police ad during yesterday's Superbowl was sort of a high point of creepiness -- and not just for its boomerific revival of a classic Cheap Trick song. No, the celebration of the right car purchase -- a "clean diesel" -- as a get-out-of jail-free card for a totalitarian eco-state sort of ruined car shopping for you while also hinting a bit too strongly at the direction in which the world is inching in its intolerant, lemming-like way. Our friends in Britain already have to worry about government snoops pawing through their garbage and forcing...
  • Animal Rights Activists Protest Bullfighting in Mexico

    02/07/2010 10:05:48 PM PST · by pissant · 16 replies · 684+ views
    Latin Herald Trbune ^ | 2/8/10 | staff
    MEXICO CITY – Some 250 members of the AnimaNaturalis animal rights group staged a protest half-naked and covered with fake blood against bullfighting and to demand the prohibition of the practice in Mexico on the esplanade of Mexico City’s Fine Arts Palace. “Youths from all the states of Mexico, half-naked, covered with blood and with ‘banderillas’ sticking in them showed (on Saturday) with this demonstration the suffering that the bulls are subjected to in the bullfights,” Leonora Esquivel, one of the leaders of the organization in Mexico, said on Saturday. The “banderillas” are the long barbed darts bullfighters stick into...
  • Obama's America - in a Superbowl Ad.

    02/07/2010 7:32:05 PM PST · by conimbricenses · 83 replies · 1,780+ views
    Is it just me, or does this Audi "Green Police" ad succinctly summarize Obama's dream for America? It's a perfect melding of enviro-soviets and police state fascism.
  • Environmentalists Target Brown in New Ad

    01/29/2010 9:56:49 PM PST · by freespirited · 12 replies · 479+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 01/29/10 | Susan Milligan
    Scott Brown hasn't even been sworn in yet, but environmentalists are already preparing Web ads targeting the incoming GOP senator on climate change legislation. In Internet ads set to begin running on Monday on Boston.com and other sites, Clean Energy Works -- a compendium of 60 national security, business, labor, faith, agriculture, scientific, economic and environmental groups -- calls on Brown to keep his ``word'' in controlling polluting carbon emissions. The ad opens with a quote from Brown in which he says that ``reducing carbon dioxide emissions in Massachusetts has long been a priority of mine,'' then flashes to a...
  • Slow-Walking U.S. Energy Security

    01/26/2010 4:52:31 PM PST · by Kaslin · 2 replies · 263+ views
    Investors.com ^ | January 26, 2010 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY staff
    Energy: Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced Monday that his agency would look into drilling for oil in the Atlantic soon. It sounds good. But a glimpse at the strategy suggests Salazar's real aim is to block drilling. Ordinarily, even a little motion from federal bureaucrats to open America's offshore to domestic drilling is welcome news. But in a speech before Platts Energy Podium Monday, the interior secretary took back as much as he gave, announcing that the government would look into drilling in the Atlantic, but only after walking the whole process through a long regulatory gauntlet that will be...
  • New Movie force feeds green socialism to children in schools (The story of stuff)

    01/16/2010 1:15:30 PM PST · by mainestategop · 23 replies · 1,333+ views
    A new Movie is being displayed in Public schools (communist indoctrination centers.) And your children have no choice but to sit down and watch it whether you or they want to or not. Paid for by taxpayers. The new movie is called the story of stuff. It is an environmentalist and Marxist propaganda film being shown in schools all over the country. The premise: Your cell phone, Lego's, Ipod, computer, car, Styrofoam ETC is toxic and harmful and is killing you and the planet and its all being sold to you thanks to slaves in the third world! My how...
  • As Copenhagen Falls Apart Filmmaker Phelim McAleer Asks The Tough Questions & Gets Assaulted

    12/16/2009 4:51:41 PM PST · by Starman417 · 14 replies · 1,032+ views
    Flopping Aces ^ | 12-16-09 | Curt
    Journalist and filmmaker Phelim McAleer, the maker of Not Evil, Just Wrong, has been doing a standup job of showing the hypocrisy inherent in not only the man-made global warming schizo's but the left side of the aisle as a whole. Here he is questioning the hypocrisy of those "representatives" to the Copenhagen climate change conference who have belittled and shamed people about the effects of flying a plane. Funny how the dismiss McAleer as not worth their trouble. How dare he question them on their "green" credentials. Right? The U.N. estimates 40,500 tons of carbon dioxide will be pumped...
  • Contraception is "cheapest green tech"

    12/14/2009 8:55:57 PM PST · by pillut48 · 18 replies · 732+ views
    UK Times Online ^ | December 03, 2009 | John-Paul Flintoff
    Contraception is almost five times cheaper than conventional green technologies as a means of combating climate change, according to new research commissioned by the Optimum Population Trust.
  • Danes see bomb threat in French cooking oil

    12/12/2009 5:54:01 PM PST · by myknowledge · 19 replies · 820+ views
    Nine News ^ | December 13, 2009
    A French group which advocates the use of cooking oil to run vehicles had its novel fuel confiscated by Danish police on the ground it could be used to make bombs during the Copenhagen climate talks. Members of the association "Roule ma Frite" (Roll on Fries) had travelled to the Danish capital on a bus powered by used vegetable oil -- but their return home now hangs in the balance. "Police came and confiscated the oil for our return journey on the ground that it could be used to make bombs," Gregory Gendre, the coordinator of the group, told AFP....
  • Everyone in Britain could be given a personal 'carbon allowance'

    11/14/2009 10:06:36 PM PST · by myknowledge · 23 replies · 854+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | November 9, 2009
    Everyone in Britain should have an annual carbon ration and be penalised if they use too much fuel, the head of the Environment Agency will say. Lord Smith of Finsbury believes that implementing individual carbon allowances for every person will be the most effective way of meeting the targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions. It would involve people being issued with a unique number which they would hand over when purchasing products that contribute to their carbon footprint, such as fuel, airline tickets and electricity.
  • State Can Limit Water Use, AG’s Office Argues (Massachusetts)

    11/04/2009 5:28:25 AM PST · by capecodder · 11 replies · 853+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | November 4, 2009 | David Abel
    In a case that could have a major impact on water use in Massachusetts, the attorney general’s office argued before the state’s highest court yesterday that the Department of Environmental Protection can impose limits on the amount of water municipalities draw from aquifers, rivers, and lakes.... The case, which the Supreme Judicial Court did not immediately rule on, stems from a state policy adopted in 2007 that allows the department to limit residential water use to 65 gallons a day per person for basins at risk of drought and 80 gallons a day per person for those with less risk....
  • Green 'brainwashing' scaring preschoolers, say experts

    10/26/2009 6:25:43 PM PDT · by Stoat · 14 replies · 830+ views
    News.com (Australia) ^ | October 25, 2009 | Xanthe Kleinig
    PARENTS have accused early childhood centres of "greenwashing" their children by burdening them with the responsibility of saving the world.Tots as young as three have sent letters to Kevin Rudd about their passion for green living and asked companies to reduce their packaging.Others are growing their own food, repairing toys and walking to preschool in an effort to reduce their toll on the environment.But experts have called for caution in teaching children about climate change because of the potential for fear, anxiety, frustration, anger and despair at catastrophic events.Mother Paula Driscoll, from Sydney, said environmental disaster was the new...
  • Obama Administration Orders Study on Removing Dams on Snake River to Help Fish

    09/28/2009 3:34:54 AM PDT · by Man50D · 45 replies · 1,685+ views
    CNSNews.com ^ | September 28, 2009 | Adam Brickley
    The Obama administration has ordered the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to conduct studies on the possibility of removing four hydroelectric dams on the Snake River in Washington state in order to “protect” 13 species of salmon on the federal endangered species list. The studies were part of a new “Adaptive Management Implementation Plan” created by a coalition of nine government agencies (which calls itself “the Federal Caucus”) that which manages the salmon population in the Columbia River basin. The plan aims at trying to reverse a decline in the salmon population...
  • (Feinstein Favors) Fish Vs. Farmers

    09/26/2009 3:04:40 PM PDT · by raptor22 · 90 replies · 3,839+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | Sept. 25, 2009 | Editorial
    Environmentalism: Sen. Dianne Feinstein votes to deny water to California's drought-stricken San Joaquin Valley. Farmers, families and food are being held hostage to an endangered fish called the delta smelt. (snip) The Senate rejected the amendment by a largely party-line 61-36 margin, with Feinstein opposing the restoration of water deliveries to farmers. The California senator claimed she was blindsided by the amendment to the bill she was managing in the Senate, bizarrely comparing the move to a "Pearl Harbor." "No one from California has called, written or indicated they wanted this on the calendar," Feinstein protested.