California Scheming: Climate Lawsuit Claims Contradict Government Sale Pitches

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In a commentary published on the Fox News website, National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper and John Yoo noted that “California cities are learning the meaning of hypocrisy” when it comes to climate change politics. Despite suing energy companies for ...
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Bill Advances to Stop Foreign Lobbying Loopholes

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Collusion! There are forces suspected of being hard at work to influence American politics on behalf of the Russian government. Not to influence our elections, but to shape policy on fossil fuels and related environmental issues. It’s the greens who ...
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Al Gore’s Residence Burns Through 21 Times More Electricity than the Average American Home Despite Green Renovations

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Quarter-Million-Dollar Energy-Efficient Overhaul Underperforms, But Others Still Urged to Follow Former Vice President's Example Star of An Inconvenient Sequel Wants People to Make Changes "They Simply Can't Afford," Says Critic Nashville, TN / Washington, D.C. - As Al Gore uses ...
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Gore Criticized by Black Activists for Green Agenda Hurting Poor, Minorities

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Hypocritical Actions, Hysterical Assertions Hurt Gore's Credibility Washington, D.C. - As Al Gore takes his An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power documentary into theaters nationwide, black activists with the Project 21 leadership network are criticizing the former vice president for ...
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Al Gore’s “Energy Hog” House Devours up to 34 Times More Energy Than the Typical U.S. Home

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Star of Green Documentary An Inconvenient Sequel "Has Done Little to Prove His Commitment to the Cause in His Own Life" Power Bills Show Gore Leading Double Life of Preaching Sacrifice to Others While Indulging Himself Washington, D.C. - Al ...
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Al Gore’s Inconvenient Reality: The Former Vice President’s Home Energy Use Surges up to 34 Times the National Average Despite Costly Green Renovations, by Drew Johnson

Introduction In February 2007, the day after his panicky global warming film "An Inconvenient Truth" won an Academy Award for best documentary, a shocking report based on public records revealed that Al Gore's Nashville home consumed 20 times more electricity ...
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Black Activists Criticize Al Gore for Comparing Climate Activism to Civil Rights, Abolitionist Movements

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Gore Supports Climate Policies Harmful to Poor, Minorities While Silent About Father's Segregationist History Washington, D.C. - Earlier this week, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, Jr. compared climate activism with moral movements to abolish slavery, end apartheid and promote ...
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Trump’s Paris Accord Pullout Applauded by Policy Experts

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Promise Kept to Protect Economy, Safeguard Jobs and Make America a Leader in Energy Production National Center Provides Diverse Perspectives on Trump Action: Scientific, Regulatory, Business and from the African-American Community Washington, D.C. - President Donald Trump's decision to remove ...
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Bob Iger: Just Because You Cater to Children is No Reason to Act Like Them

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Disney CEO Bob Iger has obviously spent too much time with children at the happiest place on earth. He seems to have adopted their maturity level. In a move strikingly similar to that of a child kicking over a board ...
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Even Climate Alarmists Say Paris Treaty Is Ineffective, Says Cooper

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On the eve of President Trump announcing his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord, Horace Cooper criticized the Paris treaty on RT Network’s “The Big Picture With Thom Hartmann.” “The very same studies that were claiming ...
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