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Easing The Logjam In Pipeline Infrastructure

February 17, 2019 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ When many of us think of infrastructure, roads, rail lines and airports probably come to mind. Few of us, however, consider the vital role America’s pipeline and energy infrastructure plays in our daily lives. Ideally, the pipeline network brings energy resources from refineries to businesses. But in reality, in many places, […]

Climate Change Australia – How Could This Green Judge Sit On This Case?

February 12, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ This is astonishing:   The Chief Judge of the NSW Land and Environment Court who blocked a coal mine due to factors including climate change founded the group of activist lawyers for whom he last week ruled in favour. The Daily Telegraph can reveal Justice Brian Preston co-founded the Environmental Defenders Office […]

Fraudulent Science Deserves No Place In Court

February 6, 2019 by

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By Paul Driessen ~ A California jury recently awarded $289 million in damages (later reduced to $78 million) to a former groundskeeper, who claimed the weed killer glyphosate caused his non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and Monsanto deliberately or negligently failed to warn him adequately about the chemical’s cancer risks. The case is on appeal, and a second […]

A Brutal Example Of Why 100% Renewables Can’t Work

February 5, 2019 by

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ The brutal cold wave that just struck America provides a stark example of why 100% renewables cannot possibly work. Once the massive high pressure system was in place there was almost no wind, so no significant wind power. And the coldest temperatures by far were at night or early morning, […]

Fighting Fires The LGBTI Way

February 5, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ A bushfire is not sexist. It will burn you, man or woman, gay or straight. Yet a taxpayer-funded “Gender & Disaster Pod” in “progressive” Victoria issues a report with these recommendations, requiring yet more of your cash: Support training of emergency management employees and volunteers to better understand discrimination based on […]

Green Carpetbaggers Named

February 4, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Spot prices for electricity soared a week ago from around $70 to $14500 a megawatt hour in Victoria and South Australia, which managed to run out of electricity when wind power dropped. So who is cleaning up from electricity systems corrupted by green politics. Alan Moran of Regulation Economics says the […]

New York Eco-Extremists Versus The Middle Class

February 3, 2019 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ It’s getting harder to be an environmental extremist these days. Just ask New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The governor of the nation’s fourth most populace state is under intense pressure from Green activists in recent months. They are impatient about what they consider his lackluster timetable in forcing the Empire state […]