One in every six workers — owes its living to the taxpayer. Does that sound right? You think maybe we could get by with a few less?Leviathan - Iain Murray - National Review Online
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Obama issues global warming rules in January, gives GE an exemption in February | Timothy P. Carney | Beltway Confidential | Washington Examiner
I don't see the fairness here. If the rules are important (and I don't believe they are) then why grant waivers to special friends. This smacks of class priviledge, like we saw in communist Russia. The rules only apply to the hoi polloi.Obama issues global warming rules in January, gives GE an exemption in February | Timothy P. Carney | Beltway Confidential | Washington Examiner
Scientists ask Congress to put aside politics, take 'fresh look' at climate data - The Hill's E2-Wire
Inside the beltway rent seeking at its best. The so called scientific consensus. Who can shout the loudest.
Read he letter and make your own judgement.
All I get out of this is the relentless effort to promote fear, invoke the "prudential" rule and live large off the flow of money into research grants and "green" projects.
Call me a skeptic.Scientists ask Congress to put aside politics, take 'fresh look' at climate data - The Hill's E2-Wire
Thursday, January 27, 2011
If you're having trouble grasping the significance of current events read everything Hansen publishes.
Right or left you will agree that he has highlighted the major factors at play in our society.
The biggest variable in all this is us and the role the "non elite" assumes. Rarely do the masses unify but look out when they do.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Well intended but always the unintended consequences bite us.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Am I the only one that recognizes the absurdity here. Let's take a non pollutant gas which is NOT causing Global warming/freezing and inject it into the ground to create an unintended (but predictable) consequence which turns out to be a REAL problem.