Perhaps the only thing more dangerous than the toxic things the petulant president says is what he doesn’t say.
When the air we breathe and the water we drink are imminently threatened so that corporations can make more money, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are on the line.
As sea levels rise and storms become more severe and as rates of chronic illness go up due to environmental pollution at least we know who to hold responsible.
Huckabee raged and attempted to contradict the President telling Fox News that, "I assure you that one beheading is much worse than a sunburn."
Interestingly, the Koch-backed anti-environmental group is threatening to file suit against progressive and liberal groups for accusing ALEC of lying about the reality of anthropogenic climate change.
Pundits and lay people alike seem to agree that while we shouldn't expect an overnight turnaround in global energy policy, the oil and coal syndicate which controls the Republican party, and to a great extent, the conversation about America's non-approach to climate change, is on notice.
The anti-science crowd loves science that gave them automobiles, medicine, electricity, sanitation, and ability to communicate easily with any location on Earth, and they depend on medical science to eliminate threats to their lives. It is curious, then, that when the preponderance of scientists from around the world warn them of an existential threat to their health, well-being, and their nation's survival, the extremists claim it is "an attack on their way of life."
During a discussion of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) on Monday morning, Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough defended Rubio's position on climate change while also claiming that Democrats are like "televangelists" when it comes to the science behind climate change.
You have to go all the way back to 1976 - the year Paul McCartney and Wings made it to #1 with "Silly Love Songs" and Elton John and Kiki Dee followed close on their heels with #2's Don't Go Breaking My Heart, to find a below average temperature for January.
There is no place better for conservatives to wrap themselves up in self-denial and make up stuff than Fox News Sunday. Discussions around climate change are no exception.
A UN report coming out Monday reveals that world climate scientists are 95 percent confident that we humans are causing global warming
Two Weld County commissioners supporting secession made statements that have a direct correlation to why the state is experiencing a event that is bound become a regular occurrence across America.
Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) is throwing a fit that the League of Conservation Voters is including him in an ad campaign because he questions the validity of global climate change.
It is mindboggling there are so many Americans opposed to science and steeped in myth and superstition in the 21st century.
Religious groups and Republicans are on a campaign to bring an end to science to advance religion and oil industry profits.
Fossil fuel barons need to join the efforts to stem climate change, but their religious beliefs may be an unrecognized barrier to progress.