Apologies for the Inside-the-Beltwayism, but this (shamelessly swiped from BJ) made me laugh. Cole writes: Can someone explain to me how this is any different from James Inhofe going onto the floor of the Senate and waving around a snowball to deny climate change or a lily white wingnut stating that racism is dead? Because […]
By now, climate change has joined the moon landing and the JFK assassination in the upper echelons of fodder for conspiracy theories. Back in 2004, Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) called global warming the "greatest hoax ever perpetrated...Show More Summary
Thanks to the punishing blizzard, Washington parents learned that few things are quite so tortuous as having kids indoors for 72 hours straight with nothing but unspent energy and a hoverboard. President Obama has doubts about Bernie Sanders' presidential bid, because Hillary Clinton has a lot more experience and is also likable enough. Show More Summary
Six months ago, it would have been a sucker's bet. A serious climate plan from the province of Alberta, Canada? Sure.... and Senator James Inhofe is about to swear off snowballs to find work as a solar panel installer. Are we talking...Show More Summary
Oklahoma Republican U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe is right, the Paris deal is nonbinding: Sen. James Inhofe (R., Okla.) described the final deal reached over the weekend during climate talks in Paris as devoid of substance on a press call with reporters Wednesday. Inhofe, who chairs the Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee, said that the […]
People will recall that, not so long ago, Senator James Inhofe, Republican of Oklahoma, in order to conclusively demonstrate that claims of man-made climate change were false, made a snowball after a February storm and threw it on the Senate floor. Show More Summary
Hot on the heels of finding out the chairman of the House Science Committee is amplifying his climate science denial to 11 comes the news that his counterpart in the Senate, James Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, has a dial that goes to 12. Inhofe,...Show More Summary
We looked into our COP21 crystal ball and saw James Inhofe in a snowball fight, a fun field trip to Versailles, and a lot of Camus.
Hot on the heels of finding out the Chair of the House Science Committee is amplifying his climate science denial to 11 comes the news that his counterpart in the Senate, James Inhofe (R-Oklahoma), has a dial that goes to 12. Inhofe,...Show More Summary
Sen. James Inhofe is not invited to the U.N. climate talks in Paris. He's not letting that stop him.
Sen. James Inhofe is frequently referred to as a "skeptic" of climate change. But he's more accurately a "denier" of it. Skepticism is generally a good thing. We should be skeptical when people believe things that may not be true. But...Show More Summary
Oklahoma Republican James Inhofe threw a snowball on the Senate floor last winter as proof that it was "very, very cold out," which must mean climate change is a hoax. Now, President Barack Obama is using a
Next week on the Hill — A Senate vote on highway funding. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to hold a procedural vote on Tuesday on a six-year funding plan for the Highway Trust Fund. Senators James Inhofe and Barbara Boxer of the Environment and Public Works Committee are working out the final language. Show More Summary
Republican Senator James Inhofe says that his gay friends, like him, are displeased with the Supreme Court’s recent ruling that lifted bans on same-sex marriages. “I’ve been disappointed, and I was not surprised. I thought they would rule the way they did. Show More Summary
Republican Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma says he has a lot of friends in the LGBT community who thought the Supreme Court decision on Friday ruling bans on same-sex marriages are unconstitutional was a "bad decision." "It's a very liberal court and we saw what happened last week," Inhofe told TV station KOTV in Oklahoma on Friday. Show More Summary
In reaction to the Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriages across all 50 states, Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) pulled the "some of my friends are gay" card, but not in the way you'd normally expect.
This week, under the dedicated leadership of Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Chairman James Inhofe and Sen. Barbara Boxer, the ranking member of the committee, the DRIVE Act (Developing a Reliable and Innovative Vision for the Economy Act) advanced.
The Pope now recognizes the obvious: our climate is changing as a consequence of human activity. But still, not everyone agrees. James Inhofe, chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, said the following: "We should...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- The Senate's most vocal climate change critic, James Inhofe (R-Okla.), begs to differ with the head of the Roman Catholic Church on whether greenhouse gases are causing the planet to warm. Pope Francis issued an encyclical...Show More Summary
Sen. James Inhofe says the Pope "ought to stay with his job," while Rick Perry has this ISIS thing all figured out