Monthly Archives: April 2010

Big Oil Sells Out?

I don’t know who disgusts me more — Sen. Graham, or the oil companies. Senators consider gasoline tax as part of climate bill Estimates put it in the range of 15 cents a gallon. Some oil companies are on board … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Subsidies

In the 1980s, Congress, searching for domestic energy supplies, created incentives in the form of production tax credits for ethanol and for unconventional natural gas. The history of those two programs, and the current state of affairs in the energy … Continue reading

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Arbeit Macht … Warm?

In a single Huffington Post column, NASA’s famous warmist-alarmist Dr. James Hansen invokes Godwin’s Law on climate change, criticizes President Obama for his lack of stalwart leadership in that area, and offers a climate change solution that would also discourage … Continue reading

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EPA: Mission Creep on Steroids

Iron Eyes Cody, the faux-Indian of the Keep America Beautiful ad campaign, had a point. In the 1960s, our environment was a mess. I can remember streams full of suds from non-biodegradable detergents. Litter was a big problem everywhere. The … Continue reading

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Big Bird Learns It’s Not Easy Being Green

This is not a post about Sesame Street or the Childrens Television Workshop. No, this is about a literal big bird, a griffon vulture, and its unfortunate failure to maintain separation from a large power-generating windmill in Crete. Let’s got … Continue reading

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