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The Climate Cowards

In the New York Times, David Leonhardt praises China and India for cutting carbon dioxide emissions, despite the fact that “Hundreds of millions of people in both China and India live in poverty, unable to afford basics—decent food, shelter, medical care, and education—that Westerners take for granted.” Pause here for a moment to reflect on […]

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The Top Five Forms of Socialism Denial

Last week, I argued that denial of the disastrous consequences of socialism is the left’s equivalent of Holocaust denial. In response, I have been treated to many excellent examples of exactly the kind of denial I was talking about. Heck, the New York Times even obliged by publishing an op-ed an Saturday that hails the […]

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Pack It In, Everybody, We Used Up the Earth

Here’s how it is: the Earth got used up. No, not in some science-fiction future, but yesterday. August 8 has been declared Earth Overshoot Day, the point at which humanity as a whole has used up all of the available natural resources for the year. So pack it in, everybody, we’re through. Bummer. Obviously, we’re […]

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The Paris Climate Con

After last month’s massive terrorist attack brought the disastrous civil war in Syria and the renewed threat of radical Islam back to the forefront of everyone’s minds, world leaders met in Paris to forge an ambitious agreement—about global warming. You didn’t think they were going to do something big and important about terrorism, did you? […]

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Best Practices

In the next few weeks, I intend to revisit the subject of my essays on “What Went Right?” It has been easy to forget about things going right for the past five years because so many things have been going very wrong, for Americans at least, under our current president. But a lot of things […]

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