The XL pipeline gets too much response.
Alinsky said rub a sore.
Michael Barone, political pundit, takes down the current settled science and presumptions.
Victor Davis Hanson, classicist, military and agricultural historian, political commentator discusses a new inquisition by the left.
I do some law enforcement activity as a medical officer for the local sheriff, and watch these “he was innocent” dramas.
Pat Michaels is a Climate guy but keeps his finger on the politics, from his perch at the CATO.
Indeed, there is a disconnect on climate in DC, even for the people in the same party–sort of a reminder of the failure of cap and trade.
It makes sense doesn’t it, nations enjoying prosperity don’t like to make war, during hard times politicians need to keep things stirred up to avoid rebellion at home.
Now let’s assume that the West was committed to piddle power from solar and wind and willing to shut up coal, even nuclear energy plants and compromise the grid or increase prices and decrease access, increasing dependence on Russian Natural Gas.
Imagine, to borrow from John Lennon the peacenik.
In the recent past we have shown the depth of financial resources on the left for enviros.
Clarice Feldman comments on some current troublesome events and trends.
I was around for job corps and the war on poverty.
Wadduino except I cannot think that the East Coast is for real.
Consider this in the context of what any half way informed person would know.
Much of policy making is what is based on “lying for justice.”