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Subsidizing Wind

Renewing federal tax credits for wind energy would blatantly waste taxpayer dollars on a manifestly unsustainable industry that's wholly dependent on government subsidies. Wind power first received tax credits in 1992 but still isn't ready for prime ...

Money Talks Louder than Need for Keystone Pipeline

Despite high gas prices at the pump squeezing consumers along with President Obama's promise he'll make America "energy independent," the administration has been stalling on a final decision on the Keystone XL Pipeline. Infrastructure that's environm ...

Climate change consensus, no dissent allowed

It is a happy conceit in the climate-change community that true believers are sophisticated, fact-based practitioners of science while skeptics essentially are a bunch of superstitious nitwits who refuse to respect the -- all bow -- climate-change co ...

Climate Change: The end of the snow job

[caption id="attachment_9549" align="alignright" width="300"] (File Photo)[/caption]Some of our snow is said to be missing, though you couldn't tell it if you looked around in one of the harshest winters in decades. The sky has been falling nearly ev ...

Did you hear the one about the....?

As regular readers of "the news," you will no doubt already know that sometimes you just can't make this stuff up. Case in point: A ship full of "global warmists" heads off on an expedition to Antarctica to prove that the ice shelf there is melting s ...

The scam that will not die

We were all supposed to be dead by now, fried to a toasty potatolike chip. Or doomed to die with the polar bears. It was to be a soggy end for the most beautiful planet in the cosmos and for all the passengers riding on it. The global alarmists never ...

Up to our ears in snake oil

Al Gore and his traveling medicine show is back in town with his new, improved snake oil, guaranteed to grow hair, improve digestion, promote regularity and kill roaches, rats and bedbugs. Al and his wagon rumbled into town on the eve of "a major for ...

Obama draws a bead on existing coal plants

Members of Congress having refused to pass a carbon tax, President Obama is expected to announce that he will use his executive powers to curb "climate change" personally. Included in the president's plans, according to knowledgeable sources, are add ...

Remember when gas was $1.66 a gallon?

And we would thank the heavens above that gasoline didn't cost $4.00 a gallon like the Europeans would have to cough up. Well here we are at $4.00 a gallon.  It costs more to fill up a 25 gallon gas tank than to buy dinner for the family.  Do you rem ...

If 6,000 counts per minute of radiation was okay yesterday, then 100,000 must be okay today! Right?

Unlike an athletic contest, with radiation exposure more is not good! If 6,000 counts per minute of radiation exposure in Japan was on the outer edge of okay as of yesterday, can 100,000 counts per minute now be okay today? This is apparently the fin ...


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