In its “fraud” pursuit of ExxonMobil as a proxy for the energy industry, and anyone who might dare to oppose the climate agenda again, the New York Attorney General failed to clear the lowest bar ever established for such matters, the Martin Act. This is what happens when law enforcement launches abusive investigations and prosecution […]
From “The Legal and Economic Case Against the Paris Climate Treaty: Canceling U.S. Participation Protects Competitiveness and the Constitution”
“The Legal and Economic Case Against the Paris Climate Treaty: Canceling U.S. Participation Protects Competitiveness and the Constitution” Paris is the apple of the climate bar’s eye.
Media mogul, climate activist and financier of the climate litigation industry Michael Bloomberg recently announced his candidacy for President of the United States. At the same time, a memo leaked about Bloomberg News’s plans to cover the Presidential election (or, in part, to not cover it). As laid out in a WaPo headline: Bloomberg News will […]
Following on CLW’s post last month, “Presidential Politics and the Climate Litigation Industry“, the Minneapolis Star Tribune writes “Michael Bloomberg’s Minnesota Largesse preceded presidential bid”, noting Energy Policy Advocates’s open records suit to learn more about the relationship between the Minnesota Office of Attorney General, Bloomberg’s climate outfit and the trial bar.