Here's a graphical representation of why the idea of a vast worldwide climate conspiracy is just silly.
Rick Santorum presents himself as a devout Catholic, but on the issue of climate change, he strays far from the pope's teachings.
When someone posted private emails from climate scientists, the Heartland Institute gleefully piled on. But when the institute's own internal documents leaked, it cried foul.
Here is a video of Rick Santorum lying about the history of clean air in America and specifically Pittsburgh.
Todd Tanner will give you his gun when you pry it from his cold, convinced-of-the-nonexistence-of-climate-change hands. Tanner, the chair of the new group Conservation Hawks — sportsmen (i.e. hunters) who don’t want climate change to ruin their fun — has …
"Hockey stick" scientist Michael Mann, climate deniers' favorite punching bag, reveals in a new book what it's like in the trenches of the war on climate science.
Conservation Hawks founder Todd Tanner compares climate change to a charging grizzly bear and says he will give up his prized gun if anyone can prove it's not real.
Leaked documents illuminate the Heartland Institute's denialist agenda, and who's footing the bill. The list of funders is interesting -- Kochs, Philip Morris, Microsoft -- but perhaps most sobering is their plan to undermine climate science in the classroom.
Rick Santorum is way crazy when it comes to environmental issues -- so crazy he makes Newt Gingrich's moon-colony plans sound plausible, and Mitt Romney's climate flip-floppery look presidential.