To ensure that the "right kind of scientists" are doling out advice on environmental protections, Republicans in the House passed legislation to guarantee that oil industry scientists loyal to the Kochs, and not independent scientists, serve on the Environmental Protection Agency's Science Advisory Board.
White jets and their chemtrails have replaced black helicopters as harbingers of certain climate doom. It's the black guy in the White House and his government running dogs doing all the harm.
It may have been Democrat Howard Dean who said not long ago that if given a choice between voting for a Republican, or a Republican-lite, voters of both parties will always opt for the real Republican; because they cannot trust a Democrat pandering for votes as a Republican. It is a lesson Senator Mary Landrieu, and soon-to-be-former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, would do well to heed.
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.
Barack Obama is still the President, and his administration's record achievements over the past five-and-a-half years were squandered by Democratic candidates intent on appearing to be more like Republicans than Democrats affiliated with a President with a record of successes.
For several California cities, that corporate greed is finally paying dividends, and not the good kind, leaving them without water.
This week, yet another report reveals that fracking in California has contaminated aquifers during a historical drought.
The Bureau of Land Management finally took action against another group of anti-government activists who blatantly trespassed on federal land because like Bundy, they do not believe the federal government has a right to own land or that federal law applies to them.
On Monday night's episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, host Jon Stewart devoted the first segment of his program to the subject of climate change.
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."
Boehner's reason for suing the President is another example of Republicans projecting their gross malfeasance on the African American in the White House; the only man in Washington working to grow the economy and create jobs for the American people.
Republican State Sen. Dan Patrick of Texas is currently in a primary runoff with Texas' current Lieutenant Governor, Republican David Dewhurst. The two candidates locked horns in a debate on Tuesday. Patrick said something unbelievable.
Republicans will continue to deny climate change even though glaring examples are more and more common each day. Case in point: This week's wildfires in San Diego.
Between last week's report on climate change and the devastation at home from super-storms, flooding, droughts, wild fires, tornados and this week's news Antarctica is melting, conservatives went berserk and accused scientists using data, reason, and knowledge to bully people.
What Rubio is endorsing is murder, murder on a vast scale, in a bizarre and twisted homage to a supreme being whose "testament" hails his repeated acts of genocide as somehow holy.
At roughly 3:00 PM EST on the last day of January, the NY Times graced my email inbox with the headline, "Report may ease way to approval of Keystone pipeline."
The Conservative media has ignored man-made climate change in hopes that they can convince millennials it isn't real. Millennials aren't buying it.
On Monday night's episode of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart took aim at conservatives who have taken to the airwaves in the past few days to spout idiotic statements regarding climate change in light of record cold temperatures over much of the United States
A new study argues that models have underestimated the extent to which the doubling of carbon dioxide will affect global temperatures.
If you want to see what privatized relief would look like, think of Walmart. That's the face of Republican disaster relief