by Brad Johnson Koch Industries billionaire David H. Koch is the wealthiest man in New York City, with a net worth of $31 billion. His fortune is built on polluting the climate system, from refining, pipeline, chemical, fertilizer, cattle, and forestry operations. The rising seas and superheated oceans made Hurricane Sandy into a monster that [...]
Brad Keselowski doesn't seem to mind being given short shrift, even when it comes to gauging his chances of hoisting the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship trophy three races from now. The underdog label seems to suit him well. While Keselowski's...Show More Summary
Three races separate Jimmie Johnson, current Chase for the Championship points leader, from the 2012 title. Brad Keselowski likely has a thing or two to say about that, and he’s just two points behind Johnson in the Chase. While the Texas Motor Speedway is known for its fast speeds (it’s one of the fastest non-restrictor-plate tracks...
by Brad Johnson Will the Frankenstorm be the moment that galvanizes Americans to recognize climate change as an urgent threat to our economic and national security? Only if the leaders of the Democratic and Republican parties end their silence when climate disasters strike. The silence of our leaders in both parties on global warming amid [...]
Well, Brad Keselowski, it was a good run. Keselowski 's four-week run at the top of the Sprint Cup standings ended on Sunday, when Jimmie Johnson took the TUMS Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway for his fourth win of the season. Show More Summary
Law professor Brad Smith, former Chairman of the Federal Elections Commission, makes the libertarian case for supporting Mitt Romney over Libertarian-party nominee Gary Johnson.
1 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 2 Kyle Busch Toyota 3 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 4 Aric Almirola Ford 5 Clint Bowyer Toyota 6 Brad Keselowski Dodge 7 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 8 Brian Vickers Toyota 9 Bobby Labonte Toyota 10 Greg Biffle Ford 11 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 12 Paul Menard Chevrolet 13 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge 14 Matt [...]
Now that we've all but whittled down the remaining contenders for the Chase for the Sprint Cup to Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski —barring a huge comeback from third- or fourth-ranked Clint Bowyer or Kasey Kahne in the last threeShow More Summary
Believe it or not, falling to second place in the Sprint Cup standings after Sunday's race at Martinsville may have been the best thing to happen to Brad Keselowski. The driver of the No. 2 Dodge is now No. 2 in the standings, and ironically,...Show More Summary
After salvaging an eighth place finish after crashing at Kansas, Jimmie Johnson and team pointed to Sunday's race at Martinsville as their launching pad towards a sixth championship. They had very good reason to. Johnson's average finish...Show More Summary
Harsh headline, I know, but when you read what former Climate Progress propagandist Brad Johnson of the TV weathercaster pressure group “Forecast the Facts” has sent out in a press release late Friday regarding hurricane Sandy, you can only be … Continue reading ?
If history holds true to form at the most historic of NASCAR tracks, Martinsville Speedway could be Brad Keselowski's Waterloo. Conversely, the.526-mile paper-clip circuit could also be the best opportunity for Jimmie Johnson and Denny...Show More Summary
by Brad Johnson Richard Mourdock, the Mitt Romney-endorsed Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate seat in Indiana, is standing by his comments that pregnancy after rape is “something that God intended to happen” and a “gift from God.” While these comments are supposedly “pro-life,” his support for global climate destruction undercuts any notion that he [...]
Following a ninth-place finish at Kansas Speedway, Jimmie remains second in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points standings, seven points behind leader Brad Keselowski. Jimmie, you’re heading into arguably one of your best tracks this weekend. Talk about your team’s approach with four races to go in the Chase. JIMMIE JOHNSON: It’s pressure time, it’s [...]
Is Martinsville the track that's the best barometer for Brad Keselowski's Chase chances? Yes, he's the points leader, and no one is doubting the legitimacy of Keselowski's Chase bid. But his two closest pursuers are pretty good at Martinsville. Scratch that. Show More Summary
By Brad Johnson 1988. That was the year of James Hansen’s now famous congressional testimony on climate change. It was also the first year that climate change came up in the presidential debate cycle. On October 5, 1988, Chicago Tribune reporter Jon Margolis asked Vice Presidential candidates Lloyd Bentsen and Dan Quayle about climate change [...]
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- After leading 44 laps in the early stages of Sunday's Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway, Jimmie Johnson found himself back in 20th place after getting caught by a caution flag immediately after making a pit stop under green from the lead. Show More Summary
Easy to pick the favorites in Sunday’s Hollywood Casino 400. Just check the top of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup™ standings. Brad Keselowski, Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin remain one, two and three as NASCAR’s post season rolls into its second half. Hamlin, Johnson and Keselowski are Kansas Speedway’s three most recent race [...]
Whether you like it or not, the NFL officially belongs to the quarterbacks. Sure, someone like Trent Dilfer or Brad Johnson will sneak in a Super Bowl victory every once in a while, but more often than not, you're going to see someone like Tom Brady, Drew Brees, a Manning brother or another elite quarterback stand at the top of that podium. Show More Summary
by Brad Johnson In last night’s debate, climate change was yet again ignored, while President Obama and Governor Romney touted their plans to burn more oil, gas, and coal. With only one debate left, there’s a real possibility that this will be the first series of debates since 1988 where climate change and carbon pollution [...]