Michael Liccione The prestige of science in our culture is well-earned. That scientists discover truths (or at least serviceable approximations to truths) is undeniable. The evidence for that is how successfully scientific findings have
Daniel Lattier It’s usually assumed that climate change skeptics simply don’t care about the environment. If they did, as the reasoning goes, they would accept the science that climate change is primarily man-made and support
Fountains of molten hot lava continue to erupt from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The volcano opened up its eleventh fissure Monday morning, causing lava to flow and spew
Ron Paul Twenty-three-month-old Alfie Evans, passed away in a British hospital on Saturday. While the official cause of death was a degenerative brain disease, Alfie may have been murdered by the British health system and
Ryan McMaken For decades, the general strategy of anti-global warming activists has been to maximize predictions of apocalypse, death, and destruction. This over-the-top approach has been used to promote the idea that virtually no cost
Steve Milloy Beltway navel gazers and anti-Trump media are all atwitter over Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt’s alleged ethical issues/lapses in judgment concerning his travel and living arrangements, security needs and, now, staff compensation.
Ron Paul Whenever politicians say they’ll “do something” about high drug prices, disastrous discussion of price controls isn’t very far behind. It makes no sense because price controls lead to shortages and rationing which, in