The IEA’s Plan to Destroy Freedom and Save the Planet
Obesity: The New Global Warming?
Obesity is the new global warming, and the battle plan for the crusade against it was published in the August issue of the journal Lancet. Funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and coauthored by nine Ph.D.s, the document is entitled “Changing the Future of Obesity: Read More ›
Ecocide: A Crime Against Peace?
Environmentalism is growing increasingly antihuman. Having left Teddy Roosevelt-style conservation and Earth Day consciousness-raising behind, the cutting edge of the movement is pursuing utopian “save the planet” agendas while angrily castigating mankind for supposedly sucking the life out of Gaia. Such environmental misanthropy used to be confined to the fringe. For more than three decades proponents of Deep Ecology have Read More ›
Scientific Literacy in America – The Michael Medved Show
Dr. Stephen Meyer vs. Chris Mooney debate live on The Michael Medved Show.
Rob Bernard Video: “The Road Ahead”
Here is the link to broadcast and online video by Washington State’s public affairs television channel, TVW, of “The Road Ahead,” a presentation given on Sept. 5, 2008 by Microsoft’s Chief Environmental Strategist Rob Bernard at Cascadia Center’s “Beyond Oil: Transforming Transportation” conference in Redmond, Wash. Bernard is preceded by Don Foley with an update on national “X Prize” car Read More ›
The Global Warming Myth
Dr. Noah Robinson speaks on the myth of global warming at the 2007 Telecosm conference. He shows that the warm spell we are currently experiencing is not abnormal and began prior to the world’s heavy use of hydrocarbons. Listen as he presents the evidence for global warming being a fabrication.
Slow But Steady “Telework Revolution” Eyed
The nation and major urban regions within the West Coast Corridor of Cascadia and California – namely Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego – continue to grapple with costly road and transit projects and the threat of global warming. These stem in part from workforce and population increases. Against this backdrop, common-sense trip reduction strategies such Read More ›