Research & Commentary: Solar Forcing of Climate
In its series of assessment reports reviewing the latest climate science, the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has concluded solar forcings (the changes in the avera
Research & Commentary: Temperature Observations
One of the central premises behind the concern that manmade greenhouse gas emissions may be causing dangerous global warming is that global temperatures have increased over the last century in conc
Research & Commentary: Gold and Silver Currency
In the nineteenth century the U.S. economy was based on currency backed by gold and silver.
Research & Commentary: State-Owned Banks
According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, since 2010,
Research & Commentary: Forcings and Feedbacks
Many scientists, policymakers, and engaged citizens have become concerned over the possibility that manmade greenhouse gas emissions, in particular carbon dioxide (CO2), may be causing dangerous cl
Research & Commentary: Wyoming Beer Taxes
At 2 cents per gallon, Wyoming’s beer tax is well below both the national average of 28 cents per gallon and considerably less than all its neighboring states’.
Research & Commentary: Pennsylvania Plastic Bag Tax
Under a proposal by state Sen. Daylin Leach (D-Wayne), Pennsylvania would become the first state to impose a statewide tax on the use of plastic bags.
Research & Commentary: Global Climate Models and Their Limitations
Research & Commentary: Coal Power
Coal, a black or brownish rock made from highly compressed plants that lived and died hundreds of millions of years ago, is the most plentiful fossil fuel in current use.
Research & Commentary: Regulating Payday Loans
Over the past several years, states have begun considering new laws that would place severe limits (interest rate caps) or even bans on certain types of short-term loans, often called “payday loans
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