Tom Steyer is another left wing hypocrite as he now condemns those things that he made billion on – i.e. coal and fossil fuels.
In a Playboy interview out this month, Gary Oldman puts political correctness to the test and comes out as a Libertarian.
What is the climate consensus? There are two schools: the alarmists and the realists. The Media often repeat the alarmists’ claims as gospel truth. The Alarmist position is simple: man is the main agent if not only agent of climate change. This century is the worst for climate change and it is all bad for humanity. The Realist has more of a nuanced position viewing natural events as significant players or that natural events combined with human activities as causes of climate changes.
The recent uptick in American energy production is one of those economic miracles not thought possible a decade ago. Oil and gas production will reduce United States dependence on imports and we may become an energy exporter, something that will strengthen our international status, which is at a low point under the present Administration. You can make the case that much of our job growth has come from the energy sector and certainly with no help from Obama administration whose policy is to slow the oil/natural gas production onslaught.
From: The Washington Examiner California’s record gasoline prices and long service station lines are a warning to all of us about what green energy can do to our pocketbooks. On Monday, California gasoline cost $4.67 per gallon, compared with the $3.81 U.S. average. California’s environmental standards are the most stringent in the country, and Californians […]
Although Spain is not as bad off as Greece, a look at Spain’s current economic reality reveals the future of America under four more years of Barrack Obama. Despite European commitments to inject up to 100 billion euros into Spain’s faltering banking system, bank withdrawals have accelerated. During July, doubts about Spain’s financial system caused […]
With Hurricane Isaac’s slamming the American gulf coast putting a temporary halt to oil production and refinery output, consumers can expect to see higher prices at the pump. Just in time for the Labor Day holiday. Before Hurricane Isaac came along, gasoline costs were at an almost four month high. The nationwide average rose to […]