Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Well That Never Runs Dry

Here we go again: In a press release from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the Obama Administration unabashedly takes credit for the nation’s surging oil and gas production, without a scintilla of evidence that any of their policies or … Continue reading

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How to make €1 million in Carbon Credits #rsrh

[Easy. Start with €10 million.] … Europe’s carbon market, a pioneering effort to use markets to regulate greenhouse gases, is having a hard time staying upright. This year has been stomach-churning for the people who make their living in the … Continue reading

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Happy Earth Day, from Bjørn Lomborg #rsrh

H/T @seanhackbarth Moreover, our focus on solar and electric cars diverts us from the world’s most deadly environmental problems. In wealthy countries, most environmental indicators are getting better. We have cleaner air and cleaner water, and we suffer fewer … Continue reading

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A reading by Amanda Thatcher at her grandmother’s funeral

Ephesians 6: 10 Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might. 11 Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. 12 … Continue reading

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Farmers & Fracknation filmmakers barred from Gasland 2 screening in NYC. #rsrh

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The Shale Gas Boom as a Game Changer

The combination of horizontal drilling with modern hydraulic fracturing methods is the key that has opened vast new possibilities for our domestic energy supply picture. Realizing those possibilities is up to us, through realistic resource management and intelligent policy decisions. Continue reading

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Gunplay harshes the buzz at Denver 4/20 festival #rsrh

2 shot, 1 person grazed at 4/20 pot rally in Denver’s Civic Center Park; Police search for shooters “Did you see anything?” Haythorn asked. “I didn’t see it, but I could hear ‘boom, boom, boom,’ and I could see everybody … Continue reading

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Aggie Pride at the 2,000 Year-Old Colosseum

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DPRK Tough Talk: ‘Belated regret will be useless and not a single man will be able to survive to regret for his doing.’

April 11. 2013 Juch 102 CPRK Warns US, S. Korea Not to Make Misjudgment Pyongyang, April 11 (KCNA) — The Secretariat of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) released information bulletin No. 1029 Thursday. … The arrows … Continue reading

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Italian police seize $1.7 b from alleged green energy Mafioso | The Daily Caller #rsrh “Vito Nicastri, called the “king of alternative energy” for his extensive holdings in green-energy companies, stands accused of evading taxes by only declaring a fraction of the value of his businesses. He has been placed under surveillance by police … Continue reading

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