Newt Gingrich promises he’ll lower gas prices to $2.50 a gallon. As he’s in possession of a magic wand that can override global market forces, there are a few other items we’d like to see priced lower.
Where does Jon Huntsman stand on climate change now that he’s out of the presidential race? Grist interviews the former candidate to find out.
Congress will soon lose one of its most progressive environmentalists, Rep. Dennis Kucinich, who was beaten in his Democratic primary race on Tuesday. Maybe now he’ll have time to finish writing his vegan diet book.
As long as Mitt Romney fails to clinch his nomination, we’ll be talking about all the wrong things.
Some green-leaning Romney donors seem to think he’ll flip-flop on climate action once he gets elected.
At a campaign stop in Nashua, N.H., the president called on Americans to demand a vote to end $4 billion in oil subsidies in the next few weeks.
Aw, look, they’re trying to make jokes! I’m going to print this right out and hang it on the fridge in a frame that says My First Satire.
It’s not clear who Newt Gingrich thinks he’s fooling, but over the weekend his team unveiled this nifty new graphic on which he apparently plans to hang the entirety of his comeback for the GOP nomination.
Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign is dead in the water, so it’s important for those of us who love mocking him to act quickly.