Victims of President Obama’s bird genocide won a crucial victory earlier this month when a federal judge struck down an Obama administration rule that would allow certain green energy producers to murder bald eagles with impunity for up to 30 years:
The Republican majority of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works has published a report exposing the years-long relationship between the Environmental Protection Agency and environmental activists that served to influence the development of the Obama administration’s “Clean Power Plan” formally announced by the president Monday.
The Department of Defense (DoD) spent $22,000 to write a 14-page report on climate change, which the Pentagon says is an “urgent and growing threat to our national security.”
Conservative Democrat Hillary Clinton was heckled by environmentalists Thursday during a New Hampshire town hall event, and for good reason. The Los Angeles Times reports:
[T]he gathering grew contentious when a woman representing an environmental advocacy group pressed Clinton on whether she would support banning fossil fuel extraction on public lands, including the use of hydraulic fracturing, the controversial natural gas drilling technique commonly known as fracking.
Clinton had said in response to an initial yes-or-no question that she could not commit to such a ban until alternative sources of fuel were in place.
Obama administration officials are labeling fighting climate change a “moral obligation” for world leaders.
Billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer is listed as a “manager” of a green energy company that finances solar and energy efficiency projects, public records show.
A pair of top Democratic operatives is advising business owners to avoid discussions of scientific fact and stick to personal stories when discussing climate change during a training webinar.
The Obama administration is fighting climate change by putting solar panels on a brewery in Wyoming.