The ten signed a resolution "affirming that human activity contributes to climate change" and they endorsed action to respond to the threat.
It is interesting that Santorum thinks there are more important things than a habitable planet - like creating jobs for dead people on a dead planet
A UN report coming out Monday reveals that world climate scientists are 95 percent confident that we humans are causing global warming
Neil Cavuto thinks if we drill our record heat will be a problem of the past and that while our economy is sucky the climate is just ducky
I’m sure glad anthropogenic global warming is a myth because after a couple of days in the wake of storm-induced power-outages and going on the third day of +100 heat indexes including record breaking temperatures yesterday (set in 1968) I hate to think what the temperature would be like if we had global warming to deal with.
You'd expect an interview with a climate scientist; you get an interview with a political scientist instead, one well paid by the denialists
Star Trek promised us a Utopian future of peace and tolerance and science; the Republican agenda has thrown all this - and us - under the bus
Jeffrey T. Kuhner of the Edmund Burke Institute, who last year accused President Obama of having “black nationalist sympathies” (whatever those are) wrote a column for the Washington Times on February 23, which he entitled Obama’s pseudo-religion, arguing that the “President’s secular moves” are “out of step with Judeo-Christian culture.” His claim is that “Mr. Obama is a radical leftist. Like all such extremists, he has nothing but contempt for traditional Christianity and the family.”