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Posts tagged Green Energy

Caught on Tape: Environmental Extremists Enjoy Protest Aboard Catered Yachts

Dateline Sunday July 28, 2013 – Portland Oregon:   “How Much Is Enough!?!?” asks Jill MacIntyre Witt, a former Occupier and Certified Presenter for Al Gore‘s Climate Reality Project. This shortly after she is caught on tape accepting deliveries and mowing down copious amounts of food aboard “The Gallant,” a private yacht which was one of […]

Oregon Environmental Commission Targets Fossil Fuels

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If it’s successful, convenient, inexpensive, and makes our lives better, environmentalists want to kill it.  They won’t be happy until we’re all back in utopian bark hut villages, walking on dirt paths, illuminated only by moonlight. The Oregonian reports: Oregon’s Environmental Quality Commission voted 4-1 today to require fuel distributors to begin reporting the carbon content of […]

Fisherman, Residents Rebel Against Agenda 21 ‘Ocean Grab’ By State Bureaucrats For ‘Wave Energy’

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This is what ICLEI and Agenda 21 look like when they are put into implementation at the local level. KOBI 5 News reports: Generated energy in Oregon could soon come from the waves of the Pacific Ocean. The state is setting up a number of buoys along the Oregon coast in an effort to reduce […]

Kitz wants input on Energy Plan

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The Oregon “Conservation” League (i.e., the legalized-theft-and-destruction-of-private-property league) is mass-mailing an email saying Gov. Kitzhaber wants “input” on his 10-year Energy Plan for Oregon. Take a listen: I Spy Minute Thurs July 26 2012 Or read the transcript below. Here are the links mentioned in the Minute: Go here for details of the plan or […]

“Green” vs “Green”

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There was an article recently in the Oregonian, “Lawsuit against wind energy project near Steens Mountain pits green groups against green project“.   After reading the article it became clear that there is just no pleasing some people. I am skeptical of “green” energy, particularly wind farms, especially in Oregon where we have an abundance of […]

Energy Department Prepares To Throw More Taxpayer Money Away On ‘Green’ Loans

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Here we go again! Andrew Restuccia reports at The Hill: The Energy Department said Thursday it expects to begin tentatively approving new taxpayer-backed loans for renewable energy projects in the coming months. The announcement comes about seven months after Solyndra, the California solar firm that received a $535 million loan guarantee from the administration in […]

This Election, “Vote 4 Energy”

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Once again, we are faced with an election year. Democrats & Republicans and others will be begging for our vote and for our money while making lavish promises most have no intention of keeping or won’t be able to. We’ll see and hear each candidate boasting of some record or grand idea to fix our […]

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  • Have Democrats Pulled Too Far Left? May 28, 2015
    The Obama years have been politically good for Mr. Obama; they have been disastrous for his party. In the last two decades the Democratic Party has moved substantially further to the left than the Republican Party has shifted to the right. Republicans control 68 of 98 state legislative chambers and the most state legislative seats […]
  • Inequality Is More About Successful Firms Than Successful People May 28, 2015
    New research is suggesting that inequality is not driven by executives grabbing more income at the expense of workers within their companies. Instead, it is driven by some companies having higher average income than others. A lesson from this research is that inequality is unlikely to be solved through policies that ensure that the gains […]
  • To Protect Our Climate, Stop Purchasing Coal May 28, 2015
    Coal-fired electricity is responsible for about 80 percent of carbon pollution from our state’s electricity sector, and the Colstrip power plant in Montana is one of the most-polluting plants in the American West. The takeaway is clear: We need to help Colstrip’s main owner, Puget Sound Energy, protect Washington customers from Colstrip’s costs, set an […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Libya, Russia & Denmark May 28, 2015
    Note: Updates may be sporadic while my husband and I prepare to move overseas to the U.S.   1) Gunmen attacked the car of Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni during a protest in Tobruk, bullets hit the vehicle, but the Prime Minister and his staff managed to escape unharmed. Islamist militants have been fighting government forces in […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Burundi, Syria, Poland & Ireland May 25, 2015
    1) Zedi Feruzi, an opposition leader in Burundi and his bodyguard were shot and killed over the weekend. In response, many of the leading opposition figures in Burundi have fled or gone into hiding. Massive protests against President Nkurunziza have led to violence, with 20 killed, but also mass exodus, with more than 100,000 escaping the country. […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Colombia, Cuba & Latvia May 22, 2015
    1) During a pause in negotiations with FARC rebels in Colombia, President Juan Manuel Santos ordered airstrikes on the militants, killing 18 in one of the deadliest attacks against the rebels. Previously, Colombia had ended all airstrikes but the suspension was lifted last month. Peace talks resumed the same day.   2) The U.S. and Cuba have […]
  • Low-Speed, Infrequent Rail May 28, 2015
    Quentin Kopp, who once chaired the California High-Speed Rail Authority and led the effort to persuade voters to pass the 2008 law authorizing its construction, is speaking out against the project as currently planned. To succeed, he says, high-speed rail needs to run on dedicated tracks at high speeds and frequencies. Instead, the current plan […]
  • Defining Suburbs May 27, 2015
    Based on surveys asking people whether they thought the lived in urban, suburban, or rural ares, Trulia economist Jed Kolko has defined the borderline between urban and suburban as 2,213 households per square mile (slightly less than 3.5 per acre), while the line between suburban and rural is 102 households per square mile (about 1 […]
  • Amtrak & Innumerate Liberals May 26, 2015
    A number of articles in National Review last week supported the Antiplanner’s view that more infrastructure spending wouldn’t have prevented the May 12 Amtrak crash in Philadelphia. Rich Lowry says Amtrak is a huge waste that carries so few passengers that it is “a rounding error of American transportation.” John Fund shows that Congressional budget […]