Jon Huntsman has hardly gotten any attention in the course of the freak show we can call the GOP primaries. However, that has changed a bit since yesterday, when … [Read full article]
What causes a politician to accept the science of a given topic (for example, climate change) and then change their mind abuot it years later, after the science and … [Read full article]
I have gone back and forth on whether or not to support sometimes-lame Democrats (who are also sometimes clean energy and climate change leaders), like Obama. I campaigned for Ralph … [Read full article]
OK, this is not breaking news, but it’s worth a play any time, because, sadly, the anti-science Republicans running in the presidential primaries don’t seem to have any interest … [Read full article]
The story at the Republican debate tonight won’t be what presidential candidates say or forget to say, it will be what they ignore and deny, perhaps the greatest threat … [Read full article]
To be honest, I would not be surprised in the least if Huntsman felt like this is a bit (as reported previously, Huntsman is just about the only Republican presidential … [Read full article]
Well, I don’t think anyone who has any knowledge of science at all would disagree. Rick Perry (and anyone else) who denies that global warming is happening (and is caused by humans) is out of the mainstream.
I received an email from 350.org the other day with a link to a great Bill McKibben article in the Washington Post. Worth a read. Here’s the intro: