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Climate Litigation Finance Stunner: Documents Show Figure Paid to Finance ‘Contingency Fee’ Climate Cases Soared as Cases Mounted

After initial revelations raised tax, ethical questions, charitable foundation lists ‘contingency fee’ tort firm as both gift recipient and “highest compensated independent contractor” for nearly $5 million just in 2020 Is the total from a single pass-through now $7.6 million, or a mere $5.2 million for first four years of suits? ‘What did these politicians […]

Journalist Files New Complaint Against House Oversight Committee re Use of Donor Provided Staff

Journalist Rob Schilling filed an amended complaint today in his common law right of access lawsuit against Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, other senior House officers, the House itself and its Committee on Oversight & Reform. Schilling seeks emails and other records pertaining to the Committee’s use of donor-provided consultants to help guide an […]

New Biden Admin. Enforcement Attorney Served as Rockefeller ‘Cutout’ in Climate Litigation

Who is Alexandra Klass? President Biden has quietly brought in at least the second member of the “climate” litigation industry into his administration in senior legal positions. Both are academics found to have been using their position at a public university to assist the climate lawsuits. This time it’s a University of Minnesota Law School […]

Full-ride Climate ‘Scholarship’: Academics Raking In Up To $60k For Publishing ‘Climate’ Oppo Research as Academic Scholarship

Booming Industry and Coincidental Investments to Drive Dissent from the Public Square Adds to donors directing paid-for journalism promoting paid-for academic work pushed by paid-for congressional investigation, aiding litigation campaign A headline in “The Verge” — “Twitter bans ‘misleading’ ads about climate change” —announced the latest entry in a wide-ranging war against speech that challenges the climate […]

Climate FOIA: Public Prevails, Court Orders Virginia AG Office to Comply With the Law Re Bloomberg Docs

Long dragged-out case, filed in 2018, takes major step toward educating further on Bloomberg “SAAGs” scheme, and aborted (by phone) Virginia AG participation RICHMOND, VA (April 20, 2022) — Virginia citizen Christopher Horner and the free-market public policy group Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) prevailed yet again yesterday in their lawsuit against Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares […]