Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

Vilify critics now, send money

My friend, Myron Ebell, at the conservative / libertarian think tank Competitive Enterprise Institute has become a chief fund raiser for all sorts of liberal green groups in this post-election … ›

Ubiquitous misstatements in the United States Senate

On May 17 Senator Sheldon Whitehouse gave a 17 minute speech to a largely empty Senate chamber attacking Exxon for that company’s alleged climate change denial. You can see the … ›

Zeal of climate change activists collides with the First Amendment

Several state attorneys general have announced their intention to begin investigations of ExxonMobil.  They contend that the energy company may have violated state unfair business practice laws during the 1980s … ›

Greenhouse gases complicate CEQA

On Monday, the California Supreme Court issued its decision in Center for Biological Diversity v. California Department of Fish & Wildlife.  The ruling overturns an important section of a voluminous environmental impact report … ›

Washington court rejects environmentalist show trial, but with a scary opinion

It has come to this … using children as a stalking horse for a radical eco-technocratic agenda. Last year, a couple of well-heeled environmentalist organizations filed a petition, purportedly on … ›

Should we send dissenters to jail?

Is it time to jail dissent?  When faced with an existential crisis, the needs of society may outweigh the rights of individuals, right?  Under that theory, of course, it was … ›

D.C. Circuit deflates environmentalists’ attempt to create a “public trust” in the air

Last week, the D.C. Circuit issued a short unpublished decision in Alec L. v. EPA, beating back a strange attempt to assert a “public trust” in the air. As previously … ›

President's weekly report — June 6, 2014

Environment — No trust in the air The D.C. Circuit issued this short unpublished per curiam decision in Alec L. v EPA, beating back a strange attempt to assert a “public trust” in … ›

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Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

Vilify critics now, send money

My friend, Myron Ebell, at the conservative / libertarian think tank Competitive Enterprise Institute has become a chief fund raiser for all sorts of liberal green groups in this post-election … ›

Ubiquitous misstatements in the United States Senate

On May 17 Senator Sheldon Whitehouse gave a 17 minute speech to a largely empty Senate chamber attacking Exxon for that company’s alleged climate change denial. You can see the … ›

Zeal of climate change activists collides with the First Amendment

Several state attorneys general have announced their intention to begin investigations of ExxonMobil.  They contend that the energy company may have violated state unfair business practice laws during the 1980s … ›

Greenhouse gases complicate CEQA

On Monday, the California Supreme Court issued its decision in Center for Biological Diversity v. California Department of Fish & Wildlife.  The ruling overturns an important section of a voluminous environmental impact report … ›

Washington court rejects environmentalist show trial, but with a scary opinion

It has come to this … using children as a stalking horse for a radical eco-technocratic agenda. Last year, a couple of well-heeled environmentalist organizations filed a petition, purportedly on … ›

Should we send dissenters to jail?

Is it time to jail dissent?  When faced with an existential crisis, the needs of society may outweigh the rights of individuals, right?  Under that theory, of course, it was … ›

D.C. Circuit deflates environmentalists’ attempt to create a “public trust” in the air

Last week, the D.C. Circuit issued a short unpublished decision in Alec L. v. EPA, beating back a strange attempt to assert a “public trust” in the air. As previously … ›

President's weekly report — June 6, 2014

Environment — No trust in the air The D.C. Circuit issued this short unpublished per curiam decision in Alec L. v EPA, beating back a strange attempt to assert a “public trust” in … ›

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Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

Vilify critics now, send money

My friend, Myron Ebell, at the conservative / libertarian think tank Competitive Enterprise Institute has become a chief fund raiser for all sorts of liberal green groups in this post-election … ›

Ubiquitous misstatements in the United States Senate

On May 17 Senator Sheldon Whitehouse gave a 17 minute speech to a largely empty Senate chamber attacking Exxon for that company’s alleged climate change denial. You can see the … ›

Zeal of climate change activists collides with the First Amendment

Several state attorneys general have announced their intention to begin investigations of ExxonMobil.  They contend that the energy company may have violated state unfair business practice laws during the 1980s … ›

Greenhouse gases complicate CEQA

On Monday, the California Supreme Court issued its decision in Center for Biological Diversity v. California Department of Fish & Wildlife.  The ruling overturns an important section of a voluminous environmental impact report … ›

Washington court rejects environmentalist show trial, but with a scary opinion

It has come to this … using children as a stalking horse for a radical eco-technocratic agenda. Last year, a couple of well-heeled environmentalist organizations filed a petition, purportedly on … ›

Should we send dissenters to jail?

Is it time to jail dissent?  When faced with an existential crisis, the needs of society may outweigh the rights of individuals, right?  Under that theory, of course, it was … ›

D.C. Circuit deflates environmentalists’ attempt to create a “public trust” in the air

Last week, the D.C. Circuit issued a short unpublished decision in Alec L. v. EPA, beating back a strange attempt to assert a “public trust” in the air. As previously … ›

President's weekly report — June 6, 2014

Environment — No trust in the air The D.C. Circuit issued this short unpublished per curiam decision in Alec L. v EPA, beating back a strange attempt to assert a “public trust” in … ›

Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

Vilify critics now, send money

My friend, Myron Ebell, at the conservative / libertarian think tank Competitive Enterprise Institute has become a chief fund raiser for all sorts of liberal green groups in this post-election … ›

Ubiquitous misstatements in the United States Senate

On May 17 Senator Sheldon Whitehouse gave a 17 minute speech to a largely empty Senate chamber attacking Exxon for that company’s alleged climate change denial. You can see the … ›

Zeal of climate change activists collides with the First Amendment

Several state attorneys general have announced their intention to begin investigations of ExxonMobil.  They contend that the energy company may have violated state unfair business practice laws during the 1980s … ›

Greenhouse gases complicate CEQA

On Monday, the California Supreme Court issued its decision in Center for Biological Diversity v. California Department of Fish & Wildlife.  The ruling overturns an important section of a voluminous environmental impact report … ›

Washington court rejects environmentalist show trial, but with a scary opinion

It has come to this … using children as a stalking horse for a radical eco-technocratic agenda. Last year, a couple of well-heeled environmentalist organizations filed a petition, purportedly on … ›

Should we send dissenters to jail?

Is it time to jail dissent?  When faced with an existential crisis, the needs of society may outweigh the rights of individuals, right?  Under that theory, of course, it was … ›

D.C. Circuit deflates environmentalists’ attempt to create a “public trust” in the air

Last week, the D.C. Circuit issued a short unpublished decision in Alec L. v. EPA, beating back a strange attempt to assert a “public trust” in the air. As previously … ›

President's weekly report — June 6, 2014

Environment — No trust in the air The D.C. Circuit issued this short unpublished per curiam decision in Alec L. v EPA, beating back a strange attempt to assert a “public trust” in … ›