Archive | July, 2011


The Debt Crisis – A Three Step Plan

One of the biggest problems with our economy is our energy policy. The biggest reason for this is the threat of “Global Warming”. Even though 96% of scientist DON’T Believe in Global Warming our energy policies are based on this scare tactic.

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Ron Paul to Congress: Stop Stealing from the American People

The government is using the usual scare tactics to strong-arm the people into going along with more spending. Remember the rhetoric surrounding the big bailout of October 2008? We were told, not that this would be calamitous for the banks, but for the people, who would continue to experience massive job losses and foreclosures. We […]

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Waxman calls for a climate change re-education camp(aign)

“Your position as Secretary of Energy and your world-renowned stature as a scientist mean you are in a unique position to speak with authority about the science of climate change and the frightening consequences of inaction,” he said. “Given the stakes, I believe you have a responsibility to do so.”

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No Frost Warnings Anywhere in Minnesota

By Elmer Beauregard I am happy to say that there are no frost warnings anywhere in Minnesota today, in fact yesterday Minnesota was the hottest place on the planet. Yesterday Moorhead Minnesota had a record dewpoint off 88ºF and a heat index of 133.5º F. So for today only we are changing the name of […]

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Is Mitt Romney Regretting His Global Warming Declaration?

Last Thursday, in town hall held in Derry, New Hampshire, Romney argued that carbon emissions shouldn’t be regulated as pollutants by the Environmental Protection Agency. The candidate’s admission that “I don’t think carbon is a pollutant in the sense of harming our bodies” was caught on tape by Think Progress and, yesterday, Politico reignited debate […]

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EPA’s Power Grab Push

Gina McCarthy, assistant administrator for EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation, discusses the latest clean air regulation the EPA has proposed, as well as what’s coming up from the agency and the political reaction in Washington.

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