06-23-2018 11:28:09 AM -0700
06-22-2018 05:46:20 PM -0700
06-22-2018 09:10:32 AM -0700
06-21-2018 04:10:41 PM -0700
06-21-2018 08:27:13 AM -0700
It looks like you've previously blocked notifications. If you'd like to receive them, please update your browser permissions.
Desktop Notifications are  | 
Get instant alerts on your desktop.
Turn on desktop notifications?
Remind me later.

Apocalypse Mau-Mau

"The global-warming apocalypses that didn’t happen," are rounded up by Richard W. Rahn of the Cato Institute, who notes that "The defining moment for climate change has come and gone, again." But we'll keep seeing newer and ever-more frightening (not so) final countdowns:

Because crisis sells. It allows politicians to tax, spend and assert more control. Undoubtedly, more people would have read this column, if the headline had been, “World to end.” So ignore the “experts” and enjoy the summer, which most of us will find is too short.

And with "Earth Day" coming up, it's worth revisiting I Hate the Media's "Earth Day predictions of 1970. The reason you shouldn’t believe Earth Day predictions of 2009" -- and the Earth Day predictions of this year as well. And then burn some rubber down the Information Super Highway over to Iowahawk's Website, to enter your charp chort in competition in the Bard of Des Moines' 2014 Earth Week Cruise-In.

Earlier: Interview: James Delingpole on The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism.