The mind of Joe Barton is an interesting animal. First he explained how wind turbines have slowed down God’s heat balancer (wind), now he shares his thoughts on marathoners as single source pollution…
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Monsanto is one of the most damaging corporations around today. Therefore, they decided to curb any criticism with their very own blogger.
We can’t shop our way out of climate change and peak oil, if only we consume “green” products and services.
Republican Congressman Joe Barton believes wind turbines may slow down the wind, thereby heating up the globe!
After learning that white rooftops could fight global warming by reflecting the sun’s heat, Rush gets an idea. A real sexy idea…
Earth Hour is this Saturday, March 28th at 8:30pm–EVERYWHERE!
Don’t forget to participate…or else.
Looks like the road to the White House for Governor Sarah Palin may be a pipeline that doesn’t exist…yet.
Our environmental superheroes are at it again. This time doing what they can to help mother nature fight climate change.
Prince Charles made some strong arguments when he shared his thoughts on the devastation of the global economic recession vs. that of climate change, at a meeting of Brazilian business leaders and officials in Rio de Janeiro.
We can protest coal-fired power plants all we’d like–but must not forget the importance of conservation. Conserving energy has an immediate impact.
The Trust-Us League. Rush Limbaugh, Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, and Glenn Beck–environmental superheroes out to change the world on ecological-footprint at a time!
With $62.2 billion of the latest Economic Stumulus Package slated for environmental initiatives the days of the Big Oil and Big Coal “Fat Cats” are numbered…
When it comes to green spending the Right is wrong about “pork”.
What will become of the Republican Party when Democrats lead us out of this financial crisis?
Yesterday the House of Representatives approved the $819 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act which will give roughly 1 out of every 8 dollars directly to various green projects.