• Warren Buffett Bets On The Fossil-Fuel Highway

    • Date: 08/10/17
    • Holman W. Jenkins, Jr, The Wall Street Journal

    The sage of Omaha knows a policy bubble when he sees it—and electric vehicles are a prime case. A sucker is born every minute, and Warren Buffett just proved it. He agreed to spend an undisclosed sum of his shareholders’ money to buy a controlling stake in Pilot Flying J, the truck-stop chain that sells […]

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  • Heather Heying: The Post-Modern Left Is Destroying Freedom Of Thought And Science

    • Date: 04/10/17
    • Heather Heying, The Wall Street Journal

    The postmodernist left on campus is intolerant not only of opposing views, but of science itself. Who would have guessed that when America cleaved, the left would get the National Football League and the right would get uncontested custody of science? The revolution on college campuses, which seeks to eradicate individuals and ideas that are […]

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  • Dennis Avery: U.S. Supreme Court Should Reverse Climate “Endangerment Finding”

    • Date: 29/09/17
    • Dennis Avery, Townhall

    The science was not settled in 2009; and, fortunately, the weight of evidence has since shifted importantly toward climate skeptics. Nine years ago, President Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency issued an “Endangerment Finding,” claiming man-made global warming posed an imminent threat to Americans. The Finding, however, was based on computerized climate models that couldn’t even successfully […]

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  • Rupert Darwall: The Winner Of The Wind-Power Game Won’t Be The Consumer

    • Date: 27/09/17
    • Rupert Darwall, CapX

    Offshore wind bidders are in the game to get their hands on expected subsidies of around £300million a year, totalling more than £4 billion over the 15-year contract period. “What we’re saying to the politicians, regulators and customers is: let’s keep going – this [wind power] has been a huge success,” Scottish Power’s Keith Anderson […]

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  • Climate Change Predictions: What Went Wrong?

    • Date: 24/09/17
    • Nigel Hawkes, The Sunday Times

    As egg-on-face moments go, it was a double-yolker. Last week a group of climate scientists published a paper that admitted the estimates of global warming used for years to torture the world’s conscience and justify massive spending on non-carbon energy sources were, er, wrong. The admission was overdue acknowledgment of something that has been obvious for […]

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  • Rex Murphy: All Global Warming Predictions Are Infallible… Until They’re Not

    • Date: 23/09/17
    • Rex Murphy, National Post

    Could even a smidgen of the skepticism some have been urging, some of the warnings that science and politics are a terrible blend, be justified? There is a disturbance in the troposphere, much perturbation. The little Gore molecules that do so much to keep everybody in the climate change industry in a sweat are slacking off. The […]

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  • How The Debate On Climate Change Is Cooling Down

    • Date: 22/09/17
    • Marian L. Tupy, CapX

    Apocalyptic warnings about the end of the world as we know it are as old as humanity itself, but recent news should give the doomsayers some food for thought and lower the temperature, so to speak, in the debate about global warming and its future effects on the planet. In a previous column, I noted […]

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  • Graham Stringer MP: Now That’s An Inconvenient Truth

    • Date: 20/09/17
    • Graham Stringer, Labour MP and member of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee

    Report shows the world isn’t as warm as the green doom-mongers warned. So will energy bills come down? Fat chance, says MP Graham Stringer   Labour MP Graham Stringer: If the environmentalists had it right, we would now be facing global catastrophe, a scorched Earth and rapidly rising sea levels. None of that has happened. […]

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