Paul Chesser The American Spectator 6/29/2011
Today the board of directors of American Association for the Advancement of Science announced they’d had enough of scrutiny of the pioneers of global warming propagandism, particularly when it comes to the work of Climategater Michael Mann and the hockey stick chart he made up (flatlining the Medieval Warming [...]
Jo Leinen is proposing a European directive that would penalise or even ban the exploitation of the controversial fossil fuel
Fiona Harvey Guardian [UK] 30 June 2011
One of the most influential members of the European parliament is proposing a new directive that would penalise or even ban the exploitation of shale gas, the controversial [...]
Edwin Mora CNSNews.com 6/29/2011
(CNSNews.com) – In an implicit admission that Israel is so threatened by terrorism that it is not only surrounded by countries and territories that produce terrorists but also unwillingly harbors terrorists within its own territory in a way that most other nations in the world do not, the Obama administration is [...]
Katie Bell, Andrew Herzog and Pete Winn CNSNews.com 6/30/2011
(CNSNews.com) – Former Army Gitmo prosecutor Kyndra Rotunda told CNSNews.com that some prisoners at Guantanamo Bay have asked to stay there in U.S. custody rather than be released to return to their home countries.
“Interestingly, some detainees were offered release, and asked to stay in Gitmo. [...]
William Neuman and Scott Sayare The New York Times 6/29/2011
European investigators fitting together the puzzle pieces of devastating E. coli outbreaks in Germany and France cautiously identified a likely source on Wednesday: contaminated fenugreek seeds from Egypt.
Officials also said that the seeds seemed to have entered Europe through a single German importer, which [...]