Tag: Environment
S. Fred Singer, Friend and Courageous Man of Science
More Freedom, Not More Government (or Persistent Blackouts), Needed to Fight Wildfires
Children’s Crusade of UN Global Climate Week Gets a Cold Shot
Airport’s Ban on Plastic Water Bottles a Flight of Fancy
Berkeley Is No Longer a Gas – and You Better Watch Your Mouth
Common Sense 8, Phantom Frog 0 in Federal Land Grab Case
Reduce Ethanol Subsidies to Clean the Environment
Trump’s Ethanol Plans Double Down on Bad Environmental Policy
Fossil Fuels Are the Lifeblood of Modern Civilization
Whose Fossil Fuel Use Will G7 Leaders Reduce by 70%?
Racehorses and Circus Animals—Stifle Your Outrage
Harvard Professor’s Latest ‘Heresy’ Throws Water on Obama EPA’s Climate Policy
Apocalypse Not: The Legacy of Julian Simon
Interstellar Liberty and the Foibles of Progressivism
Fascism Is Efficient, Says Andres Duany, Leading Proponent of “Sustainable Development”
Smarter Forest Management Could Yield Water for California’s Population Growth
A “Smart-Growth” Revolt in California
NASA’s Children’s Climate Change Website, and the book 1984: Creating Spies One Child at a Time
“Risky Business” in Climate Change Policy
Let’s Start a Tax Revolt with Our iPhones
Exaggerating the Damage Caused by Climate Change
The Independent Review—Spring 2014 Issue Now Available
Challenge of Liberty Student Seminars—Application Deadline: March 31
California Energy Officials Repeat Lies to Expand Their Power
New Book Exposes the ‘Terrible 10’ Worst U.S. Economic Policy Mistakes

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