To bee or not to bee

Reports of honeybees rapidly disappearing are greatly exaggerated. BY PAUL DRIESSEN Activist groups continue to promote scary stories that honeybees are rapidly disappearing, dying off at “mysteriously high rates,” potentially affecting one-third of our food crops and causing global food … Continue reading

Back from the brink of extinction

Woods bison, muskeg swamps and Canadian oil sands prove energy and wildlife coexist By Dennis T. Avery The last woods bison in the United States was apparently shot by a hunter in West Virginia around 1835. For many decades, the woods bison was presumed extinct – until an airplane spotted an … Continue reading

Coincidences, Truth, and Propaganda

BY ALAN CARUBA On April 18th I received an email from the Sierra Club announcing that “We’re endorsing President Obama for reelection. We’ve made too much progress over the past four years to give it all back to Big Polluters.” Among the Sierra Club’s many projects to plunge the … Continue reading