Obama Fails to Deliver Transparency as Cabinet Defies Requests - Bloomberg
More than half of President Barack Obama’s cabinet agencies continue to defy open-government rules by not disclosing the cost of travel by top officials.Climate Change Is Killing Economy: Here's How to Stop It
Nine of 15 cabinet offices have yet to release details of their out-of-town travel records six months after Bloomberg News filed requests for those documents under the Freedom of Information Act. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Energy Secretary Steven Chu and Kathleen Sebelius of the Department of Health and Human Services are among those who haven’t complied.
"What we're going to experience is unprecedented in human history in terms of the type of climate we're creating for ourselves," [Michael Hanemann, an economics professor specializing in climate change at Arizona State University] tells The Daily Ticker. "The rate of warming has increased maybe five times what it was in the early part of the 20th century. The earth is getting warmer faster."The PJ Tatler » Plug-In Cars Don’t Resell – Because They Don’t Sell
Hanemann says the increasing frequency of these unusual weather patterns proves that climate change is real and continuing.
...GDP could drop 2.5% permanently if temperatures increase another 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit), says Michael Livermore, Executive Director at NYU's Institute for Policy Integrity and research scholar at NYU Law School's Environmental Law Center.
You don’t get the $7,500 federal bribe on the used onesDem Warmist Sen. Whitehouse Fumes at 'Climate Deniers' -- Plus, read point-by-point rebuttal of Whitehouse | Climate Depot
'Whitehouse contends that the 20 warmest years in the instrumental record have occurred since 1981 ”with all 10 of the warmest years occurring in the past 12 years.” That may be correct, but it is beside the point. A decade and a half of no net warming continues the plodding 0.14°C per decade warming trend of the past 33 years. These data call into question the climate sensitivity assumptions underpinning the big scary warming projections'