Editorials: Marita Noon

Australia shoots down climate lobby’s scare mongering

Thursday, July 17 was a big news day.

You Cannot Rewrite Laws to Achieve our Political Agenda

The Supreme Court restricted the Administration's expansion of authority and invites Congressional involvement Now that the dust has settled on the Supreme Court’s 2014 ses

Supreme Court to Obama Administration: Congress Writes Laws, You Don’t!

Now that the dust has settled on the Supreme Court’s 2014 session, we can look at the decisions and conclude that the Administration received a serious smack down.

More taxpayer dollars for green energy?

There is an intentional tension in Washington. Our founding fathers planned that opposing views would balance each other out—a push-pull takes place. Spend. Don’t spend.

Climate Change–Less of a Scientific Agenda and More of a Political Agenda

Those who don’t believe in climate change are “a threat to the future,” says the Washington Post in a June 14 

Can the U.S. fill the Gap of Potential Oil Losses From Iraq?

While we weren’t paying attention, post-war Iraq grew into a major force in the global oil market.

Obama: Stealing America One National Monument at a Time

Thanks to the EPA’s announcement of the new C02 regulations and the Bergdahl prisoner swap, excessive executive power’s been in news cycle for the past week.

Exectuive Power: Overreaching, Overzealous, Dream-Dashing

President Obama is in trouble with his usual allies, not to mention his ever-ready opponents, over two recent acts of excessive executive power: the Bergdahl 

Welcome to the “No Pee” Section of the Swimming Pool

America is poised to become the “no pee” section of the global swimming pool and the useless actions will cost us a bundle—raising energy costs, adding new taxes, and crippling the

The Liberty and Energy Connection

Following my appearance on the Daily Show, I’ve received emails and phone calls from people who don’t agree