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February 2009

The Magical Misery Tour

MinnesotaBudgetSolutions.com State legislators have concluded their 24-city “Misery Tour”, otherwise known as “listening sessions.” The series of town hall-style meetings were promoted as opportunities for citizens to provide their input and ideas on Minnesota’s projected $6-7 billion budget deficit.

Global Warming Experiment for $36.31

By Elmer Beauregard When I did this experiment on Feb. 1 the stimulus package included $400 million for Global Warming research. Now that number is up to $2.8 Billion. I think the money only goes to people who are trying to prove Global Warming however, not disprove it like my …

Obama’s $300 billion-a-year climate-change plan

WorldNetDaily WASHINGTON – Barack Obama plans to include in his 2010 budget the introduction of a massive energy cap-and-trade system designed to raise $300 billion a year for the federal government in a bid to get industry to curtail emissions of so-called “greenhouse gases.” The plan would force companies to …

EPA to Rule on Global-Warming Risk

By Dina Cappiello, Associated Press Washington (AP) – For Lisa Jackson, the new EPA administrator, the next step for the agency when it comes to climate change will be decided by a single question: Do heat-trapping gases pose a risk? In an interview Tuesday with The Associated Press, Jackson said …

We’re A Hit, Kinda

By Elmer Beauregard Yesterday, I uploaded to youTube our newest parody “Two Below Honey” and it really took off. It got over 7,000 views in one day a lot blogs were blogging on it, radio shows like Quinn & Rose, Steve Malsberg in New York played it, it was going …

Exile productions silences global warming critic

by William Wallace, Coincidence Theories Not surprisingly, Van Morrison/Exile production has silenced a global warming critic-at least for the time being. Yesterday, Minnesotans for Global Warming (M4GW) released two below honey, a parody of the Van Morrison song Tupelo Honey, on youtube.(Wallace 2009) It quickly garnered thousands of views. But …

New In Town – A Must See…

Even If Your Not From Minnesota A Review By Elmer Beauregard I went to see the new movie “New In Town” that takes place in New Ulm Minnesota starring Renée Zellweger and Harry Connick Jr. last night. The theater was packed and the audience seemed to love it, they laughed …