Editorials: James M. Taylor

Hydro Power Gives Michigan a Renewable Energy Advantage

Many states are scrambling to identify low-emission power sources to comply with federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) restrictions on carbon dioxide emissions, but Michigan is blessed with

Global Warming Is a Political Ruse in Florida Governor’s Race

Outside activist groups are spending millions of dollars on political ads claiming Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) is not doing enough to fight global warming.

No, A Carbon Tax Cannot Create Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

A tax on carbon dioxide emissions would destroy far more jobs – and wealth – than it would create, despite the well-intentioned hopes of Forbes.com contributor James Conca.

Activists Make Embarrassing Errors Attacking Texas Climate Texts

The climate activist group National Center for Science Education 

Alarmists Respond to Summer Freeze with Climate March

Just two days after a summer freeze cut growin

Global Warming Is Benefiting Trees, Forests

Trees are growing at an accelerated rate due to global warming, scientists conclude in a new peer-reviewed study.

Global Warming Pause Puts 'Crisis' in Perspective

Much has been written and argued, from all sides in the global warming debate, about the meaning of the asserted 17-year pause

Government Data Show U.S. in Decade-Long Cooling

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s most accurate, up-to-date temperature data confirm the United States has been cooling for at least the past decade.

Obama's Climate McCarthyism Demeans Presidential Office

President Barack Obama demeaned the dignity of the presidency by ridiculing tens of thousands of scientists for simply disagreeing with his lay opinions on global warming.