We are so screwed. by Cathy Wurzer, Minnesota Public Radio ST. PAUL, Minn. — One of the policy areas that featured prominently in President Obama’s second inaugural address was the impact of climate change. In his remarks Monday, Obama said failure to respond to the threat of climate change would …
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We as Minnesotans after much study, surveys, and discussions have come up the following Sample Ballot recommendations. Either Based upon actual Global warming/Climate Change stance or our view to “Better Minnesota” **Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan President **- Climatic stance closer to ours then Obama. **Kurt Bills** – US Senate Candidate – …
Politico Rick Santorum told Colorado Springs supporters Tuesday that Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich would be ineffective challengers to President Barack Obama in the general election because of their views on cap and trade. “Let’s go to cap and trade. Governor Romney proudly announced that they were the first state, …
“President Obama claims to want an economy where everyone gets a fair shot, everyone does their fair share, and everyone plays by the same set of rules. Yet he remains committed to the same old system of debt, deficits, bailouts, and cronyism that created our economic problems. The President speaks of giving us energy independence from unstable nations, yet he refuses to allow the type of development needed to achieve this goal, while at the same time his administration hands out favors to the politically connected – those given to the likes of Solyndra, who fail to produce jobs or energy but succeed in ripping off the taxpayers.
After Rick Santorum’s surprise second place finish last night and Michel Bachmann’s dropping out this morning I figured I better check this guy out, I don’t know much about him. So I though I would go to his official website. www.RickSantorum.com but when you go there, all you see is just a donate page.
The PATRIOT Act, as bad is its violation of the 4th Amendment, was just one step down the slippery slope. The recently passed National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) continues that slip toward tyranny and in fact accelerates it significantly. The main section of concern, Section 1021 of the NDAA Conference Report, does to the 5th Amendment what the PATRIOT Act does to the 4th. The 5th Amendment is about much more than the right to remain silent in the face of government questioning. It contains very basic and very critical stipulations about due process of law. The government cannot imprison a person for no reason and with no evidence presented or access to legal counsel.
The day that [Obama] became president gasoline was $1.79 a gallon,” Bachmann said. “Look what it is today.”
One of the key issues in this race will be the vast differences between Romney and Perry on the issue of man-made global warming claims. Romney has expressed belief in the Al Gore and U.N. version of man-made climate fears despite the many scientists views on the matter. See “Gore Praises Romney for Belief in Man-Made Global Warming.”
Ron Paul comes in a close second in the Iowa straw poll and with speeches like this no wonder.
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 about his limited climate change support. The remark also revived the long-running liberal charge that Mitt Romney paradoxically believes in global warming yet won’t do anything to help combat it.
“So there is climate change, but the reality is the science of it indicates that most of it, if not all of it, is caused by natural causes,” Pawlenty told FOX News. “And as to the potential human contribution to that, there’s a great scientific dispute about that very issue.”
The administration also emphasizes that the courts will ultimately determine which services are “critical.” But the shutdown recommendations offer a telling glimpse of this administration’s priorities and motives.
By THE NEW YORK TIMES Starting at 10 a.m., a subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee will hear testimony about climate change from some of the nation’s most prominent climatologists and from two scientists who have raised questions about whether the data supports broad conclusions about rising temperatures …
For example, famed Princeton University physicist Dr. Robert Austin, who has published 170 scientific papers and was elected a member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Austin told a congressional committee that, unfortunately, climate has become a political science. It is tragic the some perhaps well-meaning but politically motivated scientists who should know better have whipped up a global frenzy about a phenomenon which is statistically questionable at best.
Maybe something Minnesota should consider Washington Post HELENA, Mont. — A Montana legislator is proposing the state embrace global warming as good for the economy. Republican Rep. Joe Read of Ronan aims to pass a law that says global warming is a natural occurrence that “is beneficial to the welfare …
not long ago to question multiculturalism….
….risked being branded racists and pushed into the loathesome corner with pedophiles and climate change deniers”