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“Megadrought” Threatens Crop Yields In America And Global Grain Inventories, Warns USDA

“Megadrought” Threatens Crop Yields In America And Global Grain Inventories, Warns USDA

by: Zoey Sky (Natural News) Crops in the country keep dying because of the scorching heat. And according to various reports, the same thing is happening in other countries across the globe. Because of the megadrought affecting key states in America, the already high prices of crops like corn and wheat continue to skyrocket. “Megadrought” drives up […]

Predicting and Planning for the Next Polar Vortex?

Predicting and Planning for the Next Polar Vortex?

    By Duggan Flanakin We say we can predict and plan for climate chaos 50 years out, but not an imminent vortex?    Americans know a lot about planning for hurricanes, and about voluntary and mandatory evacuations. They also know that some hurricanes bring major damage to urban and rural areas, and that sometimes […]

Gardening 101: Choosing the Right Plants for Your Zone

Gardening 101: Choosing the Right Plants for Your Zone

    By Isabella Caprario Starting a garden is an excellent way to enjoy beautiful plants and delicious fruits, herbs, and vegetables right in your backyard. As a new gardener, it’s vital to be sure you’re choosing plants that will thrive in your climate. The USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map helps you determine which plants will […]

Preventing Future Forest Infernos

Preventing Future Forest Infernos

    By Paul Driessen The 2020 fire season is nearing its end. But monstrous wildfires continue to rage across America’s western states, devastating towns and habitats, and killing hundreds of people and millions of animals. Politicians and environmentalists continue to rage that climate change is the primary factor, allowing few responsible, commonsense forest management […]

Fight the virus, not carbon

Fight the virus, not carbon

    By Paul Driessen and David Wojick Often obsessive focus on climate wastes scarce money and distracts from real health crisis The many trillions of dollars proposed to be spent under dubious “green new deals” should be spent instead (effectively and within reason) on health care, especially virus prevention, protection and cures. This is […]

“Time to End the UN Climate Fiasco”

“Time to End the UN Climate Fiasco”

  By Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris For years now, the United Nations has been using the climate change crusade as a vehicle to increase its power across the world. Starting in 1995, they began holding massive annual conferences focused on stopping the ‘planet’s temperature’ from rising. That such a temperature was merely a statistical […]

Fight fires with facts – not fake science

Fight fires with facts – not fake science

  Paul Driessen & Duggan Flanakin “We are all born ignorant,” Benjamin Franklin once said, “but one must work very hard to remain stupid.” Greens are incensed over suggestions that anything but fossil fuels and climate change might be turning green California and Australian ecosystems into black wastelands, incinerating wildlife, destroying homes and killing people. […]

Do We Really Face a Climate Cat-astrophe?

Do We Really Face a Climate Cat-astrophe?

  Duggan Flanakin Must we put up with yet another eco-cataclysm fabricated and exaggerated by ruling elites? One day I will write a book: 111,111 ways our saviors have proposed to save the planet from the coming climate-driven catastrophes and extinctions. Meanwhile, here’s one you may not have considered. At my cat-loving daughter’s house the […]

Climate Alarmists Winning the War of Words, Despite Real World Evidence that Nothing Unusual is Happening

Climate Alarmists Winning the War of Words, Despite Real World Evidence that Nothing Unusual is Happening

  By Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris Thanks largely to Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders and 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg, “existential’ was selected as the word of the year by Dictionary.com. The on-line dictionary describes the phenomenon as follows: Searches for existential spiked throughout 2019, especially after politicians used the word to characterize the dangers and disruptions […]

Cold a Harbinger of Severe Winter to Come

Cold a Harbinger of Severe Winter to Come

  By Dr. Joel Glass and Tom Harris   The past week has certainly been rough on people across eastern North America. The Washington Post reported on Nov. 13 that “The most severe early November cold snap in more than a century has plowed over the East Coast, where record low temperatures were set in the majority of […]

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