CEI Weekly: Enviros Stubbornly Ignore Climate Evidence

 

Feature: Global warming enthusiasts are maintaining their claims about an overall  warming trend, despite evidence to the contrary.

 

FEATURED STORY: Enviros Stubbornly Ignore Climate Evidence

 

Global warming activists have long pointed to warming temperatures as evidence that humans are adversely affecting their environment. But after a slew of cold winters, activists have slightly amended their talking points to focus on "climate change." In a recent Fox News interview, CEI Senior Fellow Chris Horner chastised environmentalists for sticking to their story, regardless of meteorological realities. Watch the interview here.

 

 

SHAPING THE DEBATE

 

Mid-size SUV Sales Up 41% in Past Year

Chris Horner's interview on Fox News

 

Financial Info: Banned in Boston

John Berlau's op-ed in The Wall Street Journal

 

A Spoonful of Sugar Will Soon Cost More

Henry I. Miller and Greg Conko's op-ed in The Wall Street Journal

 

Sack Vilsack!

Henry I. Miller and Greg Conko's oped in Forbes

 

What the New Congress Can Do for the Technology Sector

Wayne Crews's column in Forbes

 

Constitution Reading: Political Theatre or a Teachable Moment?

Myron Ebell's blog post on Politico's The Arena

 

Financial Stability Council Violates the Constitution

Hans Bader's letter to the editor in The Washington Post

 

Choosing the Right State Insurance Commissioner Matters

Michelle Minton's op-ed in The Daily Caller

 

 

 

 

                     

 

CEI PODCAST

 

January 6, 2011: D.C.'s Plastic Bag Tax

 

Warren T. Brookes Journalism Fellow Kathryn Ciano talks about Washington, DC’s five-cent tax on plastic bags. While plastic bag use has dropped from about 87 million per year to 55 million per year, it has only raised a little more than half the expected revenue. The Anacostia River also remains as dirty as ever; the tax was put into place to fund cleanup efforts.

 

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