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Dr. Willie Soon, Dr. David Legates &  Paul Driessen

Maureen Bader
Maureen Bader Articles

Mary Kate Barton

Mary Kate Barton Articles

Mary Kay is a retired Health Educator, NYS small business owner & tireless advocate for scientifically sound, reliable, affordable electricity for ALL Americans.

Mary Kay Barton has been researching and writing about the wind scam over the past decade. Here is a recent report she wrote in regard to the situation here in New York State (but it's certainly applicable to every state across the nation):

Additionally, here is a letter Barton just sent to local New York State CongressmanTom Reed, and the recent study report by industry giant, EXELON, saying the PTC should NOT be extended.

Jim Beers Articles

Jim Beers is a retired US Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Biologist, Special Agent, Refuge Manager, Wetlands Biologist, and Congressional Fellow. He was stationed in North Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, and Washington DC.  He also served as a US Navy Line Officer in the western Pacific and on Adak, Alaska in the Aleutian Islands.  He has worked for the Utah Fish & Game, Minneapolis Police Department, and as a Security Supervisor in Washington, DC.

He testified three times before Congress; twice regarding the theft by the US Fish & Wildlife Service of $45 to 60 Million from State fish and wildlife funds and once in opposition to expanding Federal Invasive Species authority.  He resides in Centreville, Virginia with his wife of many decades.

Jim Beers is available for consulting or to speak.  Contact:

All articles by Jim Beers can be found at (Jim Beers Common Sense)

Baxter Black
Baxter Black Articles

Bob Bowman

Dr. Bowman is considered by many across America, as "the best public speaker in the country” Lt Col, USAF, ret. (101 Combat Missions as Fighter Pilot in Vietnam) Is bringing his 2009 Patriot Tour to town! Dr. Bowman challenges us to “Take Back America” for the people.
He explains why we need a government that:

(1) Follows the Constitution
(2) Honors the Truth, and
(3) Serves the People.

Think what a difference that would make! No more imperial presidency. No nuclear attack on Iran. No more undeclared wars of aggression. No more spying on the American people. No more jailing of dissidents. No more corporations importing and exploiting millions of illegal immigrants to drive down wages. No more exporting of jobs. No more NAFTA. No more North American Union. No more government lies, false-flag attacks, and cover-ups. No more corporate welfare. No more health plans written by insurance companies and pharmaceutical manufacturers. No more energy policies written by Exxon and Enron. No more trillions in debt. Most importantly, no more using our sons and daughters to kill Arabs for the oil companies.
Let’s “Take Back America!!”

Good Neighbor Law is proud to be the first to publish Dr. Bowman's latest column, "War and Christian Theology: Implications for Church and State." For more on Dr. Bob Bowman and "The Patriots US" -please go to:

Gary W. Callahan

Gary W. Callahan Articles

Recently retired from the practice of law, Gary is a former teacher who taught four semesters of college as an instructor in English, writing, and literature, two years of high school, and two to three significant legal seminars each year since about 1985 for both lawyers and business executives. Constitutional law has been an adjunct of his legal work since law school.


Julie Carter

Julie Carter Articles

See Julie at: Cowgirl Sass & Savvy

Robert Bob Carter,
Robert Carter is a marine geologist and environmental scientist with 40 years’ professional experience. He has held academic positions at Otago University and the University of Adelaide and is currently a research professor at James Cook University (Queensland), where he was head of the School of Earth Sciences between 1981 and 1999. He is a former director of the Australian Office for the Ocean Drilling Program and has served on many national and international research committees, including the Australian Research Council. He is a former chairman of the Marine Science and Technologies Award Committee and the National Committee on Earth Sciences. He is an overseas honorary fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand. Carter’s current research on climate change, sea-level change, and stratigraphy is based on field studies of Cenozoic sediments from the Southwest Pacific region and includes the analysis of marine sediment cores collected during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 181 in the South Pacific Ocean east of New Zealand.

Alan Caruba

Alan Caruba's commentaries are posted daily at "Warning Signs" his popular blog and thereafter on dozens of other websites and blogs, including If you love to read, visit his monthly report on new books is Bookviews. Visit The Boring Institute's blog for tips on how to avoid boredom and some fun. To visit his Facebook page, click here For information on his professional skills, is the place to go!

An author, business and science writer, he is the founder of The National Anxiety Center. You may find October 13th's post of interest.

Paul Driessen

Paul Driessen Articles

Paul Driessen is senior policy adviser for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) and Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), public policy institutes that promote environmental stewardship, the enhancement of human health and welfare, and personal liberties and civil rights. He writes and speaks frequently on the environment, energy and economic development, malaria eradication, human rights, and corporate social responsibility. His articles have appeared in newspapers and magazines and on news and opinion Web sites in the United States, Canada, Germany, Italy, Peru, Venezuela, South Africa, Uganda, Bangladesh, and many other countries. He received his B.A. in geology and field ecology from Lawrence University and a J.D. from the University of Denver College of Law, before embarking on a career that also included tenures with the United States Senate, U.S. Department of the Interior, and an energy trade association.

John Droz John received undergraduate degrees in Physics and Mathematics from Boston College, and a graduate degree in Physics from Syracuse University. He subsequently worked for GE: Aerospace Electronics (Utica, NY), Mohawk Data Sciences (Herkimer, NY), and Monolithic Memories (Cupertino, CA). After retiring at 34 he began a 30+ year commitment as an environmental advocate. During that time he was a leading individual on NY state-wide issues (e.g. water quality and water extraction). Two areas of interest and expertise (science and the environment) have merged with his focus on energy matters, especially wind power. John’s basic position is that we should be taking genuine science-based measures to solve our energy and environmental issues. In 2011 John was selected to be on the Board of Directors, as well as the Science Advisor, of the NC coastal advocacy group, NC-20. In 2011 John was also selected to be a Senior Fellow at American Tradition Institute.

John Dale Dunn
John Dale Dunn is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and has practiced medicine in several states. He currently serves as a medical officer at the Brown County Sheriff’s office and as a civilian physician at Darnall Army Medical Center, Fort Hood, Texas. He is a policy advisor to The Heartland Institute and contributing writer to Environment & Climate News and Health Care News. He has been admitted to the bar in several states. He was a member of the Defense Research Institute from 1991 to 2004 and has served as a legal consultant in more than 10 states. He has held several adjunct professorships and has served as a lecturer in health law, medical malpractice, and emergency medicine/risk management since 1979.

Beverly K. Eakman
Education's Whistleblower

Beverly Eakman Articles

Beverly K. Eakman is a former teacher-turned-speechwriter and editor for various federal entities, including NASA, a former Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, the Voice of America and various bureau within the U.S. Department of Justice. She is now a freelance writer, lecturer and columnist based in a suburb of Washington, DC  and has authored three books on education policy, data-trafficking and mental health, the latest being:  Walking Targets: How Our Psychologized Classrooms Are Producing a Nation of Sitting Ducks.  Her website:


Ron Ewart

Ron Ewart Articles

The National Association of Rural Landowners (NARLO) is a non-profit corporation, duly licensed in the State of Washington.  It was formed in response to draconian land use ordinances that were passed by King County in Washington State (Seattle) in the late Fall of 2004, after vociferous opposition from rural landowners.  NARLO's mission is to begin the long process of restoring, preserving and protecting Constitutional property rights and returning this country to a Constitutional Republic.  Government has done a great job of dividing us up into little battle groups where we are essentially impotent at a national level.  We will change all that with the noisy voices and the vast wealth tied up in the land of the American rural landowner.  The land is our power, if we will just use that power, before we lose it.  We welcome donations and volunteers who believe as we do, that government abuses against rural landowners have gone on for far too long and a day of reckoning is at hand.  To learn more, visit our website at
President Roosevelt, in his 1933 inaugural address said, "..The only thing we have to fear is fear itself".  I maintain that the only thing we have to fear is unbridled government.  The only way unbridled government can exist is if WE THE PEOPLE allow it."

Ron Ewart, President
P. O. Box 1031, Issaquah, WA  98027
425 222-4742 or 1 800 682-7848
(Fax No. 425 222-4743)
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Karen Budd Falen

Karen Budd Falen articles

Robert Ferguson

Robert Ferguson Articles

Robert Ferguson
President Science and Public Policy Institute

Harriet Hageman

Harriet Hageman Articles

Harriet Hageman, who grew up on a ranch near Fort Laramie, Wyoming, currently practices law in Cheyenne. She attended Casper College on a Livestock Judging Scholarship from 1981-1983. She received her B.S. Degree in Business Administration from the University of Wyoming in 1986. In 1989 she graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law. Her first position was as a clerk for the Honorable James E. Barrett, a Judge on the United States Circuit Court for the Tenth Judicial Circuit. She is currently licensed to practice law in the States of Wyoming and Nebraska. She has also practiced in the States of Michigan and Colorado.

Harriet has worked on many water and natural resource matters, including Nebraska v. Wyoming; the “roadless litigation”; challenges to the Fish & Wildlife Service’s management and recovery of the Canadian gray wolf and other species; protection of private property from contaminated discharges; predator control; defense of Wyoming’s “open range” law; protection of grazing rights on BLM and private lands; and protection of water rights as a Wyoming attorney. She and Kara represent several irrigation districts around the State, addressing such matters as protection of irrigated agriculture and the impact of land use changes.

Harriet’s practice in Nebraska is primarily addressed to the relationship between ground water and surface water, including analysis and implementation of the Nebraska Ground Water Management and Protection Act. She is one of the attorneys of record in Spear T Ranch, Inc., v. Knaub et al. She also works with local Natural Resource Districts to deal with the impacts of the Endangered Species Act and the Republican River Compact.

Harriet and Kara are actively involved with addressing the impact of federal and state regulations on land and water use. In 2004, in a continuing effort to inform the general public regarding that regulatory environment, Harriet and Kara formed the Wyoming Conservation Alliance. They are working to increase public participation at both the State and Federal regulatory level. They hope to expand the WCA concept into a regional and national resource.

Ms. Hageman is a member of the Board of Directors for the Wyoming Water Association, the Advisory Board of the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, and the Steering Committee for the Wyoming Business Alliance.

Howard Hayden
Howard Hayden, professor of physics emeritus in the Physics Department of the University of Connecticut, is editor of The Energy Advocate, a monthly newsletter promoting energy and technology. His research interests include ionic and atomic collisions, charge transfer, ionization, energy loss, energy-level crossings, ion-surface collisions, ion implantation, relativity considerations, and energy for society (fossil fuels, nuclear, hydro, wind, biomass, photovoltaics, solar heating). He is the author of, among other publications, The Solar Fraud: Why Solar Energy Won’t Run the World (Vales Lake Publishing LLC, 2002, 2d edition 2005) and A Primer on CO2 and Climate (Vales Lake Publishing LLC, 2007)


The ITSSD Journal has made available to help educate you. Hope you find it helpful and informative enough to share with your neighbors, members, public constituents, etc. - Provided by Lawrence Kogan, Atty. and ITSSD

Sherry Peel Jackson
Former IRS Agent

Sherry Peel Jackson Articles

Please welcome Sherry Peel Jackson, LAW USA's newest Contributing Educator.
As a former IRS agent, what Sherry has to share is of importance to each of us.

Dr. Charles Kay
PhD Wildlife Ecology

Dr. Charles Kay Articles

Dr. Kay recommends, "If you follow environmental issues you will understand the policy and political implications of these scientific papers. You may also check out ."
To date, Dr. Kay has made 1,879 repeat photographs in Southern Utah to evaluate range and forest conditions.

Dr. Kay said, "This data does NOT support Green claims...range and riparian."

Richard Keen Richard A. Keen is instructor emeritus at the University of Colorado and a meteorologist who has taught classes and researched climate change, weather, and severe storms at the University of Colorado, National Center for Atmospheric Research, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Park Service, Juneau (Alaska) Ice Field Research Program, and the U.S. Army. He is the author or co-author of more than a dozen books, including Skywatch West: The Complete Weather Guide and The Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Clouds and Storms. His research papers on climate topics (such as el Niño, glaciers, arctic climate change, and volcanoes) have been published in major journals, including Science, Monthly Weather Review, Journal of Climate, Annals of Glaciology, Geophysical Monographs, Bulletin of the Global Volcanism Network, and International Comet Quarterly. He is currently an expert reviewer for the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Climate Assessment Report. Keen is an accomplished sky photographer whose cloud photographs have appeared in the WMO International Cloud Atlas and on United States postage stamps. He now resides in the Colorado Rocky Mountains where, as a National Weather Service observer, he records four-foot snow storms at a high-altitude weather station, continuing a tradition of climate observation begun by Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. Higher in the sky, Keen co-discovered Nova Cygni, the brightest “new star” in the past 70 years, and is honored with a mountain-sized asteroid, (4129) Richelen, bearing his (and his wife’s) name.

Carl Langer
Carl Langer Articles

Dennis M. Mitchell,

Dennis Mitchell Articles

A Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP) is an environmental professional certified by IPEP. A QEP has demonstrated his/her expertise, in terms of knowledge and experience, in multi-media environmental assessment, management, and control. The international IPEP certification program is third-party accredited by CESB and complies with ASTM Standard E1329-98, “Standard Practice for the Assessment of Certification Programs for Environmental Professionals: Accreditation Criteria”. A QEP is required to abide by the IPEP Code of Ethics and to maintain professional competence through continuing education as a function of recertification.

American Society of Testing and Materials (
Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (
Institute of Professional Environmental Practice (

Marc Morano

Marc Morano Articles

Marc Morano is executive editor and chief correspondent for the award-winning, a global warming and eco-news center founded in 2009. He and the Web site have attracted the attention of a wide range of media outlets, including Grist (which named Morano one of only five “criminals against humanity, against planet Earth itself” in 2009); Newsweek; Rolling Stone (which in December 2009 identified Morano as one of the planet’s 17 “climate killers”); and the Washington Post, New York Times, and Esquire. In 2010, Morano received the Accuracy in Media journalism award for his key role in reporting on the global warming Climategate scandal; was given an award by Doctors for Disaster Preparedness for “demonstrating courage and achievement in defense of scientific truth and freedom; was inducted into Townhall magazine’s “Townhall of Fame”; and received (with U.S. Sen. James Inhofe) Daily Caller’s Award for Political Incorrectness. In June 2011, Climate Depot received yet another award at The Heartland Institute’s Sixth International Climate Conference in Washington, DC


William Perry Pendley

William Perry Pendley Articles

Vikram Rao

Vikram Rao Articles

Vikram Rao is Executive Director, Research Triangle Energy Consortium , a non-profit in energy founded by Duke University, North Carolina State University, RTI International and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Its mission is to illuminate national energy priorities, and those of the world by extension, and to catalyze research to address these priorities.

Dr. Rao advises the non-profit research institute RTI International, venture capitalist Energy Ventures AS, and firms BioLargo Inc., Global Energy Talent Ltd. and Integro Earth Fuels Inc. and serves on the Science Council of Royal Dutch Shell plc. He retired as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Halliburton Company in 2008 and followed his wife to Chapel Hill, NC, where she is on the UNC faculty. Later that year he took his current position. He also serves on the North Carolina Mining and Energy Commission and chairs the Water and Waste Management Committee.

Dr. Rao’s book Shale Gas: the Promise and the Peril was released in 2012 by RTI Press and can be found at . It is written for general audiences and is intended to inform on the heated debate on fracturing for shale gas. The Second Edition is slated for release in August, 2014.

Dr. Rao holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in Chennai, India, along with a master’s degree and a doctorate in engineering from Stanford University. He is the author of more than 50 publications and has been awarded 40 US patents and foreign analogs.


Alfred S. Regnery Alfred S. Regnery Articles

Dr. Bernie Rollin

Dr. Bernie Rollin Articles

Dr. Bernie Rollin - Speaks to South Dakota State University

Animal Ethics Philosopher Speaks to SDSU Students, Producers

Posted By Amanda Nolz On November 17, 2009 (5:40 am) In News

Bernard E. Rollin is a philosopher widely recognized for his approach to animal rights, as well as his influence in politics. At Colorado State University, he holds the position of University Distinguished Professor. Last night, to a full-house of students and beef producers at South Dakota State University, Dr. Rollin presented his views on the state of the beef industry today, and how we, as cattlemen, can work to improve a few animal husbandry practices.

I had never heard Rollin speak before, and I will admit that, at first, I was ...Read more by clicking on a link below.

Article taken from Beef Daily - to read the article, click here

Laurie Roth

Laurie Roth Articles

Please welcome Laurie Roth, GNL's newest Contributing Educator, and her excellent article: "Obama and Public School Students"

Polls are going down so Obama is now addressing public school students Sept. 8th

Michael Shannon

Michael Shannon Articles

President at MANDATE: Message, Media & Public Relations

Washington D.C.
Metro Area

Michael Shannon’s Summary

Recent Articles by Michael R. Shannon

Harrison Schmitt
Harrison “Jack” Schmitt is an American geologist and a former NASA astronaut, university professor, and U.S. Senator. He is the twelfth and last person to walk on the Moon; he and his crewmate Eugene Cernan were the last two to walk there. Cernan was the last person to walk on the moon (when they left), but Schmitt was the last person to leave the lunar module and step on the moon (when they arrived). In August 1975, Schmitt resigned from NASA to seek election as a Republican to the United States Senate representing New Mexico. He served one term and, notably, was the ranking Republican member of the Science, Technology, and Space Subcommittee. Since his Senate term, he has been a consultant in business, geology, space, and public policy. Schmitt is chair of the NASA Advisory Council, whose mandate is to provide technical advice to NASA Administrator Michael D. Griffin. Schmitt is an adjunct professor of engineering physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the founder and serves as chairman of Interlune Intermars Initiative Inc., an organization whose goal is to advance the private sector’s acquisition and use of lunar resources.

Willie Soon, Ph.D.

Dr. Willie Soon Articles

Willie Soon
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
60 Garden Street, MS 16 - Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
email: - phone: (617) 495-7488 - fax : (617) 495-7049

Willie Soon is both an astrophysicist and a geoscientist based in Cambridge, MA. He is the receiving editor in the area of solar and stellar physics for the journal New Astronomy. He writes and lectures both professionally and publicly on important issues related to the sun, other stars, and the Earth as well as general science topics in astronomy and physics. He is the author of The Maunder Minimum and the Variable Sun-Earth Connection. Soon was recognized with an award for detailed scholarship on biogeological and climatic change over the past 1,000 years by the Smithsonian Institution. In 2004, he was presented with the Petr Beckmann Award by Doctors for Disaster Preparedness for “courage and achievement in defense of scientific truth and freedom.” The views expressed by Willie Soon are strictly his and do not reflect those of any institutions.

Jack Venrick

Jack Venrick Articles

Wow, I am honored among the best who fight the good fight to renew our freedoms and liberties.

Thanks for your devotion, steadfastness, personal involvement and your web site.

Thanks again Roni.
Jack Venrick
Citizens Alliance For Property Rights

Anthony Watts Anthony Watts is a 25-year broadcast meteorology veteran and currently chief meteorologist for KPAY-AM radio. He got his start as on-air meteorologist for WLFI-TV in Lafayette, Indiana and at KHSL-TV in Chico, California. In 1987, he founded ItWorks, which supplies broadcast graphics systems to hundreds of cable television, television, and radio stations nationwide. ItWorks supplies custom weather stations, Internet servers, weather graphics content, and broadcast video equipment. In 2007, Watts founded, a Web site devoted to photographing and documenting the quality of weather stations across the United States.

Contributing Counsel
J. Kent Rutledge, Atty - Corinne E. Rutledge, Atty - Harriet M. Hageman - Kara Brighton

Corinne E. Rutledge

J. Kent Rutledge