Category: Radical Environmentalism

June 5, 2013

Philosophical aspects of climate change controversy

Filed under: Radical Environmentalism - 05 Jun 2013

Several editorial works have appeared recently, once again addressing the give and take of global warming/climate change concerns.

Few of us have the specialized knowledge necessary to make absolute pronouncements on this topic, yet all of us have a right, …

May 22, 2013

Global Warming: Ah Baloney!

Filed under: Radical Environmentalism - 22 May 2013

You still see these folks spewing out the magic term global climate change every chance they get, but just like Obama’s economy, no matter how you look at the numbers, there are more people without jobs each month then the …

March 9, 2013

Woodsy On The Rampage: The Ecology Of Radical Environmentalism

Filed under: Radical Environmentalism - 09 Mar 2013

In this era of hyperterrorism where every Tom, Dick, and Abdul with a grudge against society because of a rotten childhood blows up a bus or shoots up a post office, many are not too concerned about the activities of …

November 17, 2012

EPA Secret Emails

Federal law requires executive branch personnel to use government email accounts to conduct official business.

Any employee who conducts government business on personal email accounts must make those accounts available [44 U.S.C. § 3302] to their agency [White House Circular …

September 1, 2012

GM’s Volt Powerless To Resist Market Forces

GM has announced that it is shutting down and retooling the plant making their Chevy Volt because they are sitting on a three month backlog of proverbial ugly babies. That’s right, GM has 6,500 of the boondoggles just waiting to …

August 7, 2012

Biofuels Boondoggle

The Pentagon pays less than two dollars a gallon for jet fuel.

Under President Obama’s half a billion dollar ‘green energy’ initiative for the military the Navy spent $26 a gallon for biofuel made from algae.

Think that’s expensive? That’s nothing. …

August 3, 2012

A Book Review of Brian Sussman’s “Eco-Tyranny”

Filed under: Radical Environmentalism - 03 Aug 2012

In “Eco-Tyranny,” author Brian Sussman sounds a timely and important warning: The radical “greens” are not in retreat. With the defeat of cap-and-trade legislation in 2010 and the increasingly discredited alarmist theory of anthropogenic global warming, the greens may have …

July 17, 2012

Participants Revolt Against The Derecho Project

It’s unfortunate The Derecho Project — the largest urban global warming mitigation experiment in history — has proven to be an abject failure. Really a shame, too since the project’s design was almost perfect.

The sample was composed of liberal environmentalists …

May 10, 2012

Fisker Automotive Failure

Filed under: Radical Environmentalism - 10 May 2012

“This is seed money that will return back to the American consumer in billions and billions and billions of dollars in good new jobs.”

Vice President Joe Biden made that bold statement in 2009 when he announced more than half …

May 5, 2012

Another ‘Green Energy’ Failure?

The residents at Boxwood, Stanton, Brandywine Springs and other surrounding communities may have lost the opportunity to get back to work at a nearby automobile assembly line.

Many of these residents were among the work force at the General Motors Boxwood …

April 28, 2012

Why Do Liberals Feel Compelled To Apologize For Telling The Truth?

Al Armendariz, President Obama’s hand picked administrator for the EPA’s Region 6 office in Dallas, an academic with a radical environmentalist bent, has issued an apology. Previously, Armendariz had compared the EPA’s strategy of enforcement to terror campaigns conducted by …

April 3, 2012

Outrage Outage: Why Solyndra fails to spark anger

After all the anger, rational and otherwise, that was directed at Enron after it went bankrupt several years ago, one might have expected Americans to be incensed by the failures of Solyndra and other federally-subsidized “renewable energy” companies. So why …

March 3, 2012

Liberals Are Setting Women Up For Failure

If one only listens to the bullet points, one gets with the impression that liberals are the most compassionate people on the face of the Earth. Forget that that compassion is with other people’s money and the sweat of …

February 26, 2012

Solyndra Destroys Inventory And Credibility

In 2009 the Obama administration awarded Solyndra, a green energy solar panel manufacturer, a $535 million taxpayer funded government loan. This was part of the Energy Department’s mandate to create a clean energy economy and a clean energy America. Sounds …

January 14, 2012

Court to hear case on abuses by EPA bureaucrats

Last June, the Supreme Court agreed to hear Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency, a case that provides an especially alarming example of what happens when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency claims extraordinarily broad powers derived from the Clean Water Act.

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