TOPIC: Environmentalism

Rocky Mountain High's High Cost
By: Nancy Thorner

I was fortunate to have attended, as a Phyllis Schlafly Eagle, the historic fiftieth anniversary meeting of the Gathering of Eagles from Thursday, January 18 through Saturday, January 20, 20... Read More

Radio Live: Pat Buchanan on Trump's Agenda, Mat Staver Behind The SPLC, Dakota Pipeline Sues Greenpeace
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Discussing Pat Buchanan's latest article on how the agenda that put Trump into the White House is being "eclipsed". Interview with Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel on the motives, tactics a... Read More

Radio Live: Energy Regs, Convention of States, CNN Downfall, Bannon Returns, Inequality At Wimbledon
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Hosts Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar tackle hot topics of the week! Andy Schlafly joins us for his weekly Court Watch segment. This week: courts deny delay of crippling energy regulations. We also talk ... Read More

No Wonder Obama Won’t Let Us Read TPP
By: Phyllis Schlafly

On Friday, Congress disrupted President Obama’s plan for a sweeping transfer of U.S. sovereignty to an unaccountable group of foreign busybodies. Hurray for the stalwart Americans who resisted t... Read More

Uncle Sam a Global Sucker
By: Phyllis Schlafly

It should be clear that teaching Americans we are now part of a global economy and teaching schoolchildren they are citizens of the world is a deceitful message to con us into a plan to add the poor c... Read More

Obama’s War on Coal
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Campaigning for the 2008 Democratic nomination for President in Oregon (a must-win state in the Democratic primaries), Barack Obama toadied to environmentally conscious voters. He said on May 17, 2008... Read More

The UN Wants to Tax Us, Too
By: Phyllis Schlafly

While President Obama and Speaker John Boehner are wrestling with whether or not they will agree to raise taxes, United Nations delegates partying in Doha, Qatar are planning to impose a new kind of t... Read More

Good News from the UN!
By: Phyllis Schlafly

After spirited discussions from November 28 to December 11 (including two days of overtime that ended only in the wee hours), the United Nations Climate Change conference in Durban, South Africa faile... Read More

UN Mischief from Durban to Rio
By: Phyllis Schlafly

The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa opening on November 28, called COP-17, is one of a series of UN meetings working toward a specific goal. Advertising for this meeti... Read More

Goodbye UNESCO a Model for Goodbye UN
By: Phyllis Schlafly

A trigger provision buried in U.S. laws since 1990 quietly took effect at the end of October. The U.S. taxpayers' annual donation of 22 percent of UNESCO's budget was summarily terminated when... Read More

High Costs of Green Jobs
By: Phyllis Schlafly

We are now beginning to grasp the definition and the scope of the words New World Order, an expression inserted into the U.S. political vocabulary by the first President Bush. He never defined it, lea... Read More

Let There Be Light
By: Phyllis Schlafly

If we want to continue to enjoy the bright, warm light that Thomas Edison's incandescent bulb radiates, Congress will have to repeal Subtitle B of Title III of the Energy Independence and Security... Read More

Time to Freeze Global Warming
By: Phyllis Schlafly

The global warming prophets and propagandists, who enjoy living in style on other people's money, gathered last month in the plush resort of Cancun, Mexico, where January temperatures usually hove... Read More

Global Warming Is Frozen Over
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Whether or not the groundhog sees his shadow on February 2, there's no denying that January put into a deep freeze the claims of crisis by global warming alarmists. Frigid temperatures destroyed f... Read More

Global Warming Is Running Out of Hot Air
By: Phyllis Schlafly

The coldest winter in a decade in many places, with snow in unlikely cities such as New Orleans, has deflated some of the hot air in global warming. And a heavy snowfall that paralyzed Washington, DC ... Read More

Dealing with Katrina
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Katrina has displaced hundreds of thousands of Americans who now need food, housing, and cash. Relief for those necessities will have to be temporary and it will be many months before they can return ... Read More

Is Environmentalism More Important Than Lives In Africa?
By: Phyllis Schlafly

The United States has just assumed the largest burden of forgiving $40 billion in debt owed by 18 mostly African countries. It's no wonder these countries can't repay their debts when they suf... Read More

The Day After Tomorrow
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Unable to develop a coherent political ideology to oppose George W. Bush, the anti-Bush cabal has turned to humor and Hollywood. The CBS Evening News borrows jokes from the late-night comedy shows to ... Read More

Humans vs. Fish at Klamath Falls
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Are you for humans or for suckerfish? That's the issue in Klamath Falls, Oregon, where armed U.S. federal marshals are guarding the irrigation canal gates to keep the river from flowing to 1,400 f... Read More

Kyoto = Kick the United States
By: Phyllis Schlafly

The anti-Bush brigade in the United States and abroad has coalesced around the Kyoto Protocol, thinking it is a neat hammer with which to hit our President. They are bragging that his strong stand aga... Read More

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