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Transportation
May 23, 2017
10 Reasons to Stop Subsidizing Urban Transit
O'Toole provides ten reasons for the Trump administration to stop funding urban transit projects.
Energy
May 19, 2017
Research & Commentary: Study Says Methane in North Texas Wells Is Naturally Occurring, Not the Result of Hydraulic Fracturing
Methane In North Texas Wells Naturally Occuring
Climate Change
May 18, 2017
Fake temperatures?
The widely reported global average surface temperatures, which are the basis for the global warming scare, are inaccurate, based on not on actual measurements but instead are the output of flawed complex statistical models.
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Energy
May 17, 2017
Testimony Before the Rhode Island House Committee on Finance
Testimony before the Rhode Island House Committee on Finance
Energy
May 15, 2017
Research & Commentary: Peer-Reviewed Study Says Hydraulic Fracturing Not Responsible for Groundwater Contamination in West Virginia
No Groundwater Contamination At 112 Wells In Tyler & Hall Counties
Environment
May 5, 2017
MORE AND BETTER: Resources Defined Through Property and Exchange
Appropriation, bringing objects out of the commons, brings objects into a knowledge-generating process that helps us know what “enough, and as good” and determines their relative worth.

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Environment
May 23, 2017
By Randal O’Toole
O'Toole provides ten reasons for the Trump administration to stop funding urban transit projects.
May 18, 2017
By David Wojick
The widely reported global average surface temperatures, which are the basis for the global warming scare, are inaccurate, based on not on actual measurements but instead are the output of flawed complex statistical models.
May 17, 2017
By Tim Benson
Testimony before the Rhode Island House Committee on Finance
May 15, 2017
By Tim Benson
No Groundwater Contamination At 112 Wells In Tyler & Hall Counties
May 5, 2017
By Art Carden
Appropriation, bringing objects out of the commons, brings objects into a knowledge-generating process that helps us know what “enough, and as good” and determines their relative worth.
May 3, 2017
By Angela Logomasini
Recent World Health Organization reports chemical and fossil fuel use kills 1.7 million children a year. These reports ignore the fact the use of chemicals and fossil fuels resulted in the greatest reduction in poverty and premature death in history.
May 3, 2017
By Tim Benson
There Is No Scientific Justification For Banning Hydraulic Fracturing In Oregon
May 1, 2017
By Tim Benson
House Carbon Tax Proposal Would Start at $20 Per Ton, Senate at $10 Per Ton
April 30, 2017
By Willie Soon
The recent decline in Arctic sea ice is not unique, rather it follows temperature trends since the 1970s followed a period of sea ice growth since the mid-1940s, which in turn followed a period of sea ice retreat since the 1910s.