Green Activists on NYT Web Site Sad G.O.P. Won't 'Acknowledge...Science of Climate Change'

"[Tim] Pawlenty is one of several Republican candidates who have retreated from previous positions acknowledging the science of climate change, and a need to address it."

Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Eric Pooley: Inhofe 'Was Right' About U.S. Climate Bill

Global warming alarmist admits senator's prediction about cap-and-trade legislation was correct; portrays ClimateGate as step back.

CBS: Gulf Oil Spill An 'Opportunity' to Push Green Energy on 'Power-Hungry' America

At the top of CBS's Sunday Morning, host Charles Osgood proclaimed: "From sky-high air-conditioning bills to gasoline-fueled vacations in the car, there's nothing like summer to remind us that we ...

Former Thatcher Adviser Rips Obama for Using BP Spill Against UK

Lord Monckton sees 'a deliberate hostility' toward Britain and Gulf oil spill being used to promote climate legislation.

Time Blames GOP Filibuster for Cap-and-Trade's Death

Eulogizing emissions bill, Ecocentric blogger Walsh blames 'abused,' not excess costs or expert dissent.

Delay of Cap and Trade a 'Disaster' and 'Travesty,' Columnist Friedman Despairs, 'Shame on Republicans'

Reacting to news the Obama administration wants to postpone a vote on Cap and Trade in favor of immigration reform, Times columnist Tom Friedman despaired on Sunday's Face the Nation: This is a ...

Drill, Baby, Drill ... Maybe

Obama makes lame promises of 'energy independence,' while media adopt 'shill, baby, shill' strategy.

Kerry Blames Talk Radio for Lagging Global Warming Concerns Spurred by ClimateGate

Mass. senator tells Boston Globe science 'has been maligned and misinterpreted.'

NBC Kicks Off Annual 'Green Week' with Primetime Climate Hype

While parent company GE invests heavily in green technology, lobbying government.

Dean: Low-Income People Hurt by Cap-and-Tax Will Recoup Cost with Less Asthma Emergency Room Visits

CNBC contributor claims the low-ball figure of $40 a year lost by low-income households due to cap-and-trade will be made up with lower medical costs.
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