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Illegal Immigration – Europe’s Tampa

June 26, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ In August of 2001, the Howard Government in Australia turned back the Tampa and its cargo of illegal boat people. Now it’s finally Europe’s turn:    Spain says it will not accept the Lifeline rescue boat left stranded in the Mediterranean after its rejection by Italy and Malta… Spanish Economic Development […]

Solar Thermal Power (Concentrating Solar) Fail – Just Look At Spain

November 8, 2013 by


By Anton Lang (TonyfromOz) ~ How many times have you heard that there is a form of solar power that can indeed supply what is termed as Base Load Power? How many times have you heard the story of a solar plant in Spain that can supply power for 24 hours straight? How many times […]

Spain’s Top Five Renewable Energy Waste Examples: A Lesson for the U.S.

June 1, 2012 by


By Romina Boccia ~ With Spain’s lavish support for renewable energy projects drying out, companies that relied on these government handouts to make a buck are either leaving the country in search of new misguided benefactors or risking going bust. According to Bloomberg: Spanish renewable-energy companies that once got Europe’s biggest subsidies are deserting the […]

Greens are wrong-right: China indeed shows us the way

December 5, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt Nuclear power is banned in Australia, even though the heads of the parties defending that ban cannot offer a rational reason for it: The Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, says the economic case for nuclear ‘’doesn’t stack up’’, and the Greens leader, Bob Brown, said this week that the nuclear industry relied on […]

Spain Fried By Solar Power

October 20, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt Spain shows Australia’s Greens the consequences of the mad green power policies they recommend: Solar investors … were lured by a 2007 law passed by the government of Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero that guaranteed producers a so-called solar tariff of as much as 44 cents per kilowatt-hour for their electricity […]