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GOP Energy And Climate Platform Is Well Constructed

July 27, 2016 by

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Poverty, not wealth, is the gravest threat to the environment By Larry Bell ~ The 2016 GOP energy and climate platform is well-crafted from sturdy planks. But never underestimate voracious appetites of powerfully influential green subsidy termites and climate alarm industry woodpeckers. Energy. “We support the development of all forms of energy that are marketable […]

Proposed GOP Cuts to Spending

August 30, 2012 by

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By Alan Caruba ~ No wonder Democrats are sweating bullets over proposed cuts to the spending that has been the hallmark of their party and politics for decades. This list, taken from a recent issue of U.S. News & World Report provides an insight to the many ways fiscal sanity can be restored. These are […]

Why A Campaign Should Consider More Than Economic Issues

August 30, 2012 by

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By Herbert London ~ Bread and butter issues will undoubtedly be emphasized in this presidential campaign season. The unemployment rate, the need for jobs, the rapid growth in dependents, fiscal deficits and the enormous debt overhang will garner headlines in the weeks ahead. But there are other issues the nation must confront. While on some […]