Openmarket.org: U.N.’s Narrative of Fear on Climate Change
In their latest report on climate change, officials at the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) once again fail to address important developments in climate science that conflict with their narrative of fear. Worse, as usual, IPCC officials say nary a word about risks of carbon mitigation policies.> Read more
Globalwarming.org: The Troubling Basis of EPA’s Rosy Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Clean Air Act
Perhaps you’ve heard or seen the eye-popping statistics, trumpeted by EPA and its supporters, regarding the incredible benefits supposedly wrought by the Clean Air Act. EPA claimed that in 2020 alone, the Clean Air Act would be responsible for “approximately $2 trillion” in benefits. This result is a total sham, because the underlying numbers are unreliable to the point of being meaningless. > Read more
Spectator.org: Praying for an Obamacare Escape, Health care ministries offer IRS-free shelter.
Whatever the final numbers of those who sign up by today’s deadline (which has actually been stretched — again — to mid-April), the threat of the IRS penalty from Obamacare’s individual mandate may be the real driver for enrollment.
The good news — for Drudge and other Americans who don’t want to buy an Obamacare-compliant plan due to personal objections or just plain cost — is that in many cases there is a practical escape hatch from the IRS penalty. And this option may end up offering better and more affordable care than Obamacare. The only catch is you’ve got to have a little faith.> Read more > Interview John Berlau