Paul Driessen explains why it is such a junky concept as used by the watermelons.
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I have a person clown senator–Troy Fraser, who was, before he became a well dressed Texas Senator who walks around the State House like Khan, a guy who made pallets–wooden flats for heavy items.
Paul Driessen explains.
I think I would still resist without this support, but a pretty good essay.
I was accused of making an irresponsible charge that the US Corps of Engineers intentionally flooded the lower Missouri River Valley below Yankton South Dakota in 2011.
The Missouri River Valley citizens suffered at the hands of US Corps of Engineers in 2011 and a lawsuit is filed.
Charles Battig responsds to the news report on greeen influence in Albamarle Co VA.
I got this on a google feed for enviro news items–not the usual for the feed for sure.
Here is the typical mumbojumbo that asserts that the CERCLA Superfund is just fine, we just need to accept it’s wonderfulness.
Jay Lehr received the first PhD in hydrology from Princeton a long time ago at a very young age.
New “research” says the GHG from the Keystone XL is underestimated and, although small, is a step in the wrong direction. Do they suppose the oil will stay in the ground if there is no pipeline? Continue reading
When you next notice a green group waging war on some or other Big Carbon outfit don’t for a moment believe that the motive is altruism. Follow the money and you’re likely to find that donations from one vile corporate polluter are underwriting those eco activist assaults on a competitor Continue reading
The fracking change is much more important than you can imagine–petrol products are essential to modern life.
The goal is to make the populace anxious so they will be clamorous to be led to safety…
Bryan Shaw says he might consider telling EPA to consider going to hell on electricity plant regs?