Tag: global warming
U.S. Senator Ron Wyden probably won't have to worry about losing his seat to a perennial Oregon candidate who's most famous for storming out of a candidate forum.
This week's profile of 2016's U.S. Senate races is chock full of Dakotas. Sorry, not the Fanning girl.
Who'd have guessed that North Carolina may be a key state in Democrats' hopes of retaking the Senate? We're just as surprised as you!
Liz Cheney won the Republican primary for the open House seat in Wyoming, putting her on a path to eventual Overlordhood.
Let's take a look at a couple of safe Democratic Senate seats for a change. Also, an incumbent who was once falsely accused of sheep diddling.
Here's a company that's using the good ol' free market to expand the reach of clean wind power. You want to save the planet, don't you?
The U.S., Canada, and Mexico announced an ambitious plan to curb emissions of greenhouse gases, and we're wondering why no conspiracy theories have yet sprung up around it.
How do you solve a problem like Jim Lankford?
Some thought coal magnate Robert Murray of corporate behemoth Murray Energy broke the law when he made his people attend a 2012 Mitt Romney rally on a fucking Sunday in August when there was definitely nothing better these miners...
Donald Trump just loves coal and oil, they're just tremendous and terrific. YOOOGE.
Republicans, who freaked out mightily over Ebola a couple years ago, are taking a far more laid-back approach to funding preparations for the Zika virus. We can't imagine why.
Donald Trump acknowledges climate change isn't 'bullshit' or 'a hoax' when it's threatening his Irish golf course.
Our weekly tour of the 2016 Senate races visits Georgia, where a political novice is running a longshot campaign to unseat a two-term Republican incumbent. Needless to say, it's a bit messier than that.
Thank God this nice congressman will fight off the scientists pretending global warming 'exists.'
It's a pity he's too shy to say what he really thinks.
Some temporary good news for the planet: Oil Companies have decided there's no money in drilling in the Arctic Ocean. For now.