Archive | March, 2012

The EPA Wrecking Ball

Since the 1980s the Greens have been telling everyone that carbon dioxide was causing global warming–now called climate change–and warning that CO2 emissions were going to kill everyone in the world if they weren’t dramatically reduced. The ball was put in motion with the United Nations 1997 Kyoto Protocols when many nations agreed to this […]

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EPA to impose first greenhouse gas limits on power plants

The proposed rule — years in the making and approved by the White House after months of review — will require any new power plant to emit no more than 1,000 pounds of carbon dioxide per megawatt of electricity produced. The average U.S. natural gas plant, which emits 800 to 850 pounds of CO2 per […]

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WSJ – Global Warming Models Are Wrong Again

CO2 is not a pollutant. Life on earth flourished for hundreds of millions of years at much higher CO2 levels than we see today. Increasing CO2 levels will be a net benefit because cultivated plants grow better and are more resistant to drought at higher CO2 levels, and because warming and other supposedly harmful effects […]

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Obama’s “All of the Above” (ground) Plan!

Obama went on to say in order to reduce our dependence on foreign oil we must pursue alternative energy such as Wind and Solar. So really when Obama says “All of the Above” he means “Above Ground”, because clearly he wants all energy sources in America that are below ground to stay there.

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Is Carbon Sequestration Causing Earthquakes?

Human activity may also be responsible for causing what appear to be seismic events. Changes in underground pressure caused by construction or mining have been known to cause earthquakes, notably in Switzerland in 2007 when the construction of a geothermal power plant caused an earthquake of magnitude 3.4 on the Richter scale.

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‘Effective World Government Will Be Needed to Stave Off Climate Catastrophe’ Says Sci Am Editor

The authors called for a “constitutional moment” at the upcoming 2012 U.N. Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio in June to reform world politics and government. Among the proposals: a call to replace the largely ineffective U.N. Commission on Sustainable Development with a council that reports to the U.N. General Assembly, at attempt to better […]

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Arizona cities buried in rare snowstorm as much of U.S. enjoys balmy weather

CNN.com (CNN) — Parts of Arizona will remain buried under snow Monday as a surprising late-winter onslaught paralyzed travel and closed schools. Yet much of the eastern two-thirds of the country will continue to enjoy unseasonably warm temperatures, a day before spring officially starts. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for the […]

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Green donors bet on Mitt Romney flip-flop

“My feeling is that on these issues that people learn,” said former Gov. Thomas Kean (R-N.J.), who maxed out last fall to Romney with a $2,500 check. “And my hope is, as time goes on, he will understand that not everybody agrees on how you deal with these issues, but I hope he will agree […]

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Conservative warrior Andrew Breitbart (1969-2012)

WND Andrew Breitbart, journalist and founder of BigGovernment.com among other websites, passed away unexpectedly from natural causes shortly after midnight this morning in Los Angeles. His own website made the announcement, with the statement, “We have lost a husband, a father, a son, a brother, a dear friend, a patriot and a happy warrior. “Andrew […]

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