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
Republican Senator James Inhofe says that global warming is the “greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people” and now he wants Pope Francis to leave it to the politicians. The Pope has taken up climate change as a moral issue and intends to use his influence at the Paris climate summit later this year. Show More Summary
Global Warming skeptics bashed the Pope at the Heartland Institute this year. Senator Inhofe told the pope “stay with his... The post Sen. James Inhofe: Pope Francis Ought to Stay Out of Climate Change Debate appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Crazy GOP-er suggests connection between abortion and the California drought. 1. James Inhofe rips Pope buying climate change "hoax." Times are tough for climate change deniers, what with the Pope about to issue his encyclical urging the world to do the right thing and fight the earth’s man-made annihilation. Show More Summary
Longtime climate change skeptic Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) said Thursday that Pope Francis should refrain from sharing his thoughts on the subject. According to The Guardian, Inhofe made the comments while speaking at a climate change conference hosted by the Heartland Institute, a conservative think tank. “Everyone is going to ride the pope now. Show More Summary
At Heartland Institute’s 10th International Conference on Climate Change, science deniers like Senator James Inhofe are treated like heroes and given standing ovations. In this wor
At a conference of climate-change deniers in Washington on Thursday, Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe showed his audience a slide of global temperature trends on Thursday and said, “If you look, you’ll see God is still up there."For Inhofe, the chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works C
The nation's climate-denier-in chief, Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe, has apparently found a new target for his anti-science agenda: the Endangered Species Act. At a hearing last week, Inhofe recycled all the Tea Party tropes about the Act,...Show More Summary
As atmospheric concerntrations of carbon dioxide hit 400 parts per million in March, Oklahoma senator James Inhofe says climate change is greening the planet.
As carbon dioxide levels surpassed 400 parts per million (ppm) globally, Republican James Inhofe of Oklahoma headed to the Senate floor on Wednesday to explain the benefits of greenhouse gas emissions. “Counter to the doomsday predictions of climate alarmists, increasing observations suggest...
Sen. James Inhofe, a global warming truther, has learned a lot from Tom Cotton's "educational" letter to Iran