Sen. James Inhofe gave the retiring Californian a touching send-off: "You can disagree with someone, and love ‘em anyway.”
The Washington Post has reported that Mike Catanzaro, a former senior energy staffer for Republican Party House Majority
Sen. James Inhofe thanks God that people like him are fighting Obama's "undemocratic edict" supporting transgender rights.
Sen. James Inhofe took to the Senate floor to accuse the Obama administration of engaging in a "social experiment" as part of the liberal agenda in its attempt to protect the rights of transgender Americans.
In Washington D.C. last week, a former Army general told a Senate committee that the U.S. military is being distracted and soldiers are being put at risk because the Department of Defense (DoD) has become "an unwitting agent for propagandizing the dangers of climate change."
ExxonMobil claims it supports a revenue-neutral carbon tax and its lobbyists "have echoed that message in countless private briefings with members of Congress on carbon tax policy options." Then why do most ExxonMobil-funded lawmakers oppose the idea?
Sen. Jim Inhofe famously brought a snowball to the Senate floor to show climate change is a "hoax."
I challenge any individual or organization to a $25,000 bet that global warming is real and will continue. If the climatological average global land surface temperature goes up again in 2016 the party that accepts must donate $25,000 to a science education nonprofit of my choice.
It's ironic, then, that even as Obama extolls the virtue of keeping fossil fuels in the ground, his administration is in the process of gutting the Renewable Fuel Standard, the most significant piece of legislation passed over the past decade to do just that.
The ACC has been doing a lot more than just posting disinformation on the Internet. Along with Koch Industries -- owner of Georgia-Pacific, one of the largest U.S. formaldehyde and plywood manufacturers -- it has been currying favor on Capitol Hill with large sums of lobbying and campaign cash.