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Fraudulent science behind radiation regulations

Toxicology scientist documents fraud in Nobel award for “Linear No Threshold” toxicity model Paul Driessen and Dr. Jay Lehr The 2018 elections underscore the need for bipartisan efforts to address scientific frauds that promote and justify ever more stringent regulations – often to the great detriment of people, patients and society. In fact, world-renowned toxicology expert Dr. […]

November 8, 2018  /  No Comments ››

Anti-fracking chaos in Colorado

Insane “eco” proposition would all but shut down oil production – and set bad national precedentAnti-fracking chaos in Colorado David Wojick, PhD The anti-fracking folks are trying a clever new strategy in Colorado. Instead of banning fracking, they just make it impossible. In fact, they make nearly all oil and gas development and production impossible […]

October 23, 2018  /  No Comments ››

More misplaced environmentalist outrage

Greens are angry that Interior modified a rule they wanted to use to attack energy and ranching Greg Walcher How we long for the good old days! That’s the tone of some environmental industry leaders who are screaming bloody murder (literally, not figuratively) about Department of the Interior actions under President Trump. The Department’s re-interpretation […]

October 11, 2018  /  No Comments ››

Bloom Energy’s “tangled web”

What a tangled web Bloom weaves, since first it practiced to deceive Paul Driessen and Clint Laird Bloom Energy executives, investment bankers, venture capitalists, politicians, regulators and others involved in advancing Bloom’s business, reputation and financial dealings are living the complicated life that flows from lying. Lies typically start small. Often, they’re small deceptions. But deceptions can metastasize into a […]

September 23, 2018  /  No Comments ››

Taming the EPA Regulatory Hydra: An essential first step

In America’s most powerful, intrusive and costly agency, power resides in one administrator William L. Kovacs Since President Trump’s election, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has turned off its massive regulatory printing press. The nation is still here, there have been no man-made environmental catastrophes, and job creation is quickly growing now that the […]

August 16, 2018  /  No Comments ››

Finally! Some fuel economy common sense

But Greens go apoplectic over rule change that would have no climate or other benefits Paul Driessen Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFÉ) standards were devised back in 1975, amid anxiety over the OPEC oil embargo and supposedly imminent depletion of the world’s oil supplies. But recall, barely 15 years after Edwin Drake drilled the first successful […]

August 7, 2018  /  No Comments ››

Freeze, reduce or eliminate CAFÉ fuel standards

Too many small, lightweight cars cause too many deaths and injuries to justify tighter mpg rule Paul Driessen Saying the air traffic controller work force was “too white,” the Obama Federal Aviation Administration allegedly replaced hiring standards based on science, math and ability to handle intense pressure with rules designed to increase racial diversity. It’s hard to find […]

June 9, 2018  /  No Comments ››

All public forums should be open and uncensored

Trump should embrace (and expand) court ruling that his Twitter account is free speech forum Paul Driessen President Trump may not block even rude or obnoxious criticism from his Twitter account, because it is a public forum that is protected by the First Amendment, US District Court Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald has ruled. The President’s use of […]

May 27, 2018  /  No Comments ››

Ending secret science at EPA

Administrator Pruitt initiates overdue changes to bring transparency, integrity to rulemaking Paul Driessen Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has proposed to end the longstanding EPA practice of using secretive, often questionable, even deceptive science to support agency policy and regulatory initiatives. His proposed rules will ensure that any science underlying agency actions is transparent and publicly available […]

April 29, 2018  /  No Comments ››

Will Congress finally get tough on junk science?

House hearing investigates a UN cancer agency accused of misusing US taxpayer funds Paul Driessen A growing problem for modern industrialized Western societies is the legion of government agencies and unelected bureaucrats and allied nongovernmental organizations that seem impervious to transparency, accountability or reform. Their expansive power often controls public perceptions and public policies. Prominent among […]

March 4, 2018  /  No Comments ››