The Economics of Sustainability
Sustainability is not inherently bad. However, the term is so freely applied that obsession over sustainability can lead to a sacrifice of common sense, blinding one to the possible harmful effects of these policies. It is for this reason we must refuse to sacrifice our critical thinking when tempted with alluring phrases such as “clean energy” and “sustainable development.” Though both of these policies can | Read More »
California’s European-Style Decline
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson discuss the latest presidential campaign polls, liberalism’s role in the fall of California and why they look more like Europe every day.
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Obama’s Presidential Ads With ATwist
Only Obama and team have enough guts to blitz Presidential ads that are power loaded with lemons. It’s not a matter of a slight falsehood here and there; it’s their mode of operation. Obama’s team along with all of the Liberal News Media tell never ending lies about any and all of Obama’s failed policies; they’re border line pathological liars and they do or say | Read More »
Jay Inslee Hypocrisy on Nuclear Power
Jay Inslee claims he wants clean energy. But he appears uneducated (or just hypocritical) about the cleanest large-scale energy source of all.
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Evaluating carbon reduction plans
Promote effective environmental policies and hold environmentalists accountable. As a mini case study, which is greener: solar panels on your house or getting a hybrid car?
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Veterans For “Clean Energy”, Really?
Here in Washington state and in seven others, we are seeing a television ad supposedly directed at our Senators. It is a slick presentation hustling the virtues of climate change legislation in DC. We see a National Guardsman whining about having to clean up tar balls from the gulf oil spill, rather that doing “what I signed up for”, which I guess is risking death | Read More »
A Simple, Common-Sense Solution to Emission-Free, Clean Energy
Drill here- drill now has been my mantra for a long time, to help break our dependence on the world for energy. Simultaneously, we need nuclear power. For 50 years the US Navy has safely sailed around the world on nuclear power and it’s time for us to bring that technology ashore. Bill Gates, along with Toshiba, are in the process of developing a small nuclear | Read More »
“Clean energy” is just a code for “clean us out.” Money will be phased away, replaced by biodegradable green credits. I hope they’ll be edible, because that’s all we’ll have left, by the Left. Energy is a hustle for expansionist government. Fascism always comes from the Left. First, they infiltrate and fracture the Right, and implode it from within. Check. They choke the courts, commandeer | Read More »
Kansas Clean Energy Day 2009 (video)
The Great Plains Alliance for Clean Energy (GPACE) held their Clean Energy Day II on Thursday at the State Capitol in Topeka. A number of speakers from mostly left-leaning organizations spoke at the event about various aspects of clean energy, especially wind energy, which is plentiful in Kansas at times. The public address system for the event was not powered by either wind or solar | Read More »