Competitive Enterprise Institute Blog
Every fall, the leaves turn colors (in most parts of the country), those leaves (and temperatures) drop, and late October brings a celebration of the scary, the macabre, and the delicious.
Kids and the kids-at-heart dress up in costume for Halloween with the goal of scaring a friend or two, scoring a bag of candy, and having an all-around good time.
Sharing scary stories is also a time-honored Halloween tradition and this time of the year always reminds us of the folks try to strike fear in the hearts of people around the world every day: climate alarmists.
Last month, Myron Ebell and Steve Milloy put together a list of doomsday predictions that never came to pass, made by notable people in government and science.