Former vice president Al Gore said it’s “too early” to endorse his former running mate’s wife for president, the New York Post reports:
A Spanish renewable energy company under investigation by at least two federal agencies unveiled a new biofuel production facility on Friday that will receive hundreds of millions of dollars in federal subsidies.
The environmentalists that are pouring millions into the 2014 elections continue to profit from the very energy practices that they attack, according to a stinging op-ed by Michael James Barton in the New York Post.
Former Vice President Al Gore is suing Al Jazeera America for not paying “tens of millions of dollars” owed for the purchase of Current TV, which was sold to the Qatari television outlet last year, according to the Associated Press.
A U.K. government commissioned study found that people who claim to be concerned with global warming actually use more electricity than those who do not.
At first sight, the A-Z dictionary format of James Delingpole’s latest effort, The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism, seems surprising. But there is a sound reason for its structure. In his prior book, Watermelons, Delingpole cited George Orwell: “Who controls the language controls the culture. Who controls the culture wins the political argument. … [Orwell] explained that one of the most effective ways of suppressing heretical thought was to eliminate undesirable words or strip them of their meaning.”
Eco-fascists have a talent for that sort of thing.
Al Jazeera America’s ratings are so bad, they are considered a “scratch” and do not get reported by Nielsen, the New York Post reports.