Almost two years ago, on a chilly February afternoon in Washington, D.C., Republican Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma took to the floor of the United States Senate, skeptically muttered a few things about rising global temperatures, then threw a snowball. Show More Summary
People have done some very odd things on the floor of the U.S. Senate. Ted Cruz read Dr. Seuss’s “Green Eggs and Ham” once. James Inhofe threw a snowball to … Click to Continue »
Click here for reuse options! Donald Trump, James Inhofe and Rupert Murdoch are among the prominent climate deniers engaged in a deliberate misinformation campaign. Earlier this month, my co-author Tom Toles (the Pulitzer-winning editorial...Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… A few reminders on this, the last full day of summer: • This has been the warmest summer on record. Or, if you prefer, the coolest summer on record in James Inhofe’s imagination. • The Republican running...Show More Summary
Republican Senator James Inhofe might be one of the most famous and most outspoken opponents of science in the United States and, sadly, that’s a reputation that he’s proud to have. When snowstorms descended upon Washington, D.C., Inhofe used a snowball thrown onto the floor of the Senate as incontrovertible proof that global warming was a hoax. Show More Summary
GOP chairman: Kids are ‘brainwashed’ on climate change Timothy Cama, July 27, 2016 (The Hill) “Sen. James Inhofe says school children are being ‘brainwashed’ into believing in climate change and that parents need to ‘un-brainwash’ them…[The...Show More Summary
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) may be best know among liberals for his complete denial of climate change. He's the guy who held a snowball in the Senate, suggesting that it was proof the world wasn't getting warmer. He recently appeared on "The Eric Metaxas Show" to talk about how kids are getting brainwashed in school. His evidence? His granddaughter was taught science.
The cloak of denial, an anti-science shield, the Koch Brothers’ chest full of money, and James Inhofe’s weapon of choice, a spiked snowball. These are some of the accessories that come with the newly announced Climate Inaction Figures:...Show More Summary
Disbelief in the existence of human-influenced climate change is behind three Republican senators' legislative proposal to block funding of United Nations programs to address that environmental challenge. Senators James Inhofe of Oklahoma,...Show More Summary
The trans folk are making Sen. Inhofe very pee-shy. ALLEGEDLY.
WASHINGTON -- Maybe Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) was offended that President Barack Obama reminded the world over the weekend about the time Inhofe brought a snowball to work in order to deny climate science. How else to explain the spitball...Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Scientists: “We’re not fking with you!” Jimmy Kimmel’s terrific takedown of Sarah Palin, James Inhofe and other right-wing dim bulbs on climate change, with an assist from some scientists who have had enough of their shit: x YouTube Video And nice of Jimmy to promote Globalchange.gov at the end. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma senator met with Mr. Garland, President Obama's pick for the Supreme Court, but said there was no way he would support the nomination.
INHOFE: CLIMATE CHANGE A ‘HOLLYWOOD PROBLEM:’ Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, “also told PJM that China is ‘celebrating’ U.S. efforts to reduce its carbon emissions becauseShow More Summary
The socialist firebrand named climate change-denying senator James Inhofe as his favorite Republican. Whats behind this odd attraction?
While discussing the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy on the Senate floor yesterday, Sen. James Inhofe (R., Okla.) noted that, “President Obama is not able to get his liberal agenda through Congress, he has turned to Executive action and to agency rulemaking to implement priorities. These regulations are actually making their way through our courts and […]
Let's be clear: The president's "global warming agenda" is not what went wrong in Flint.
While we at the Center for the Study of Science recommend you listen to the Cato Daily Podcast, well, daily, today’s edition may be of particular interest. Host Caleb Brown spoke with Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) about the Clean Power Plan, regulatory overreach and American competitiveness. Show More Summary
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