Earth Day Must Divorce Itself From The Climate Scare

Opinion | Tom Harris
Children are interviewed by news media as elementary schoolchildren attend the Grand Park Earth Day celebration in downtown Los Angeles, California on April 22, 2016. Founded in 1970 as a day of education about environmental issues, Earth Day is now globally celebrated. FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images

The event must re-focus on known environmental problems.

Faux Conservatives For Solar Energy

Opinion | Bob Barr

Progressives are using “conservatives” as a facade to further their cause.

COULTER: Choose Between A Green America And A Brown America

Opinion | Ann Coulter
A view of Half-Dome from Yosemite National Park village. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Third-world immigrants do not share Americans’ love of nature and cleanliness.

The "Clean Water Rule" Is About Federal Authority, Not Water

Opinion | Megan Ingram

Americans need both clean water and clear rules.

Trump's Energy Independence Order: A Boon To America And The Environment

Opinion | E. Calvin Beisner

Rolling back Obama’s regulations promotes both prosperity and freedom, and so also a cleaner, more healthful, more beautiful environment.

The Russia Connection Tom Steyer Doesn't Want You To Know About

Opinion | Craig Richardson
Global Green USA's Millennium Awards Benefiting The Places, The People And The Planet In Need

Steyer’s war against America’s energy producers corresponds with Putin’s efforts to subvert American oil and gas production.

The Economy Is The Real Endangered Species

Opinion | Paul Driessen

The Endangered Species Act is emblematic of Congress’s tendency to cede legislative authority to agencies, courts and activists.

A Non-Regulatory Approach To Environmental Protection

Opinion | David Lewis
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 4: Plaque outside the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in downtown Washington, DC on May 4, 2015. (Credit: Mark Van Scyoc/Shutterstock)

While the EPA regulates others, it washes its hands of any responsibility when it violates its own regulations.

The Great Exacerbation: Trump's Pipeline Politics Will Cripple the Democratic Party

Opinion | Anthony Tsontakis and Nick Dranias
Raymond Kingfisher, 59, of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, sings during a march on the outskirts of the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S., February 22, 2017. REUTERS/Terray Sylvester

Democrats are branding themselves as political villains in the minds of workers.

Don't Recycle -- It's Un-American

Opinion | David Benkof

Why cooperate with a quasi-religious, anti-freedom scam that doesn’t even work?

The EPA Cannot Be Reformed. It Needs To Be Abolished.

Opinion | Rep. Matt Gaetz
Members of the United Mine Workers of America hold a rally outside the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency headquarters in Washington October 7, 2014. The union members rallied against proposed EPA Clean Power Plan rules, which the union claims will eliminate thousands of coal industry-related jobs. (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)

We need a fresh start so states can deploy more efficient environmental strategies.

Why I Left Federal Service

Opinion | Leah Duran

Never forget that the government works for you, not the other way around.

The Environmentalist War On Science

Opinion | Jeff Stier
Pumpjacks taken out of production temporarily stand idle at a Hess site while new wells are fracked near Williston, North Dakota November 12, 2014. Falling oil prices have yet to spoil North Dakota's party, with billions of investment dollars still flowing for new wells and pipelines, apartments and shopping centers, a tacit bet the third energy boom in the state's history is just getting started. Picture taken November 12, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)

Fracking boosts our economy, strengthens energy independence, and protects our environment.

Scientists, Economists, Religious Leaders Support Scott Pruitt For EPA Administrator

Opinion | E. Calvin Beisner
Attorney General of Oklahoma Scott Pruitt (L), a critic of the U.S. government in the King v. Burwell case, speaks to reporters after arguments at the Supreme Court building in Washington, March 4, 2015. Also pictured are plaintiffs' attorneys Sam Kazman (C) and Michael Carvin (R). The U.S. Supreme Court appeared divided on ideological lines on Wednesday as it heard a second major challenge to President Barack Obama's healthcare law targeting tax subsidies intended to help people afford insurance, with Justice Anthony Kennedy appearing to be the possible swing vote in a decision. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Pruitt supports the need for a federal EPA but wants its actions restricted to cross-state matters.

Rural Americans' Anger, Trump's Election And Environmental Regulation

Opinion | Brian Seasholes
Members of United Mine Workers of America hold a rally outside the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) headquarters in Washington October 7, 2014. The coal miner's union members rallied against proposed EPA Clean Power Plan rules, which the union claims will eliminate thousands of coal industry-related jobs. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Alienating rural Americans and destroying their communities is self-defeating.

Bears Ears And The Ecologically Noble Savage

Opinion | Brian Seasholes
The Bears Ears are clearly visible towards the East of Blanding.(Joseph Hammond/TheDCNF)

White-dominated environmental pressure groups use Native Americans to pursue their agendas.

Rethinking Endangered Species Conservation

Opinion | Brian Seasholes
Greater Sage Grouse, Centrocercus urophasianus endangered / threatened species skyline silhouette sunrise / sunset image. Game bird hunting in the western United States / Tom Reichner

The Endangered Species Act is not the best way forward.

An "Old" Blueprint For 21st Century Conservation

Opinion | Brian Seasholes
Western Wildfires New Mexico

America needs to realize that its landowners are the key to successful conservation.

Exxon Crusading AG Says She Won't Comply With TX Court Order

Energy | Chris White
File photo of the logo of Exxon Mobil Corporation on a monitor above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York

‘No plans’ to comply with the court order