Month: March 2011

Soros: The Capitalist Threat

by George Soros, The Atlantic Monthly 1997 In The Philosophy of History, Hegel discerned a disturbing historical pattern — the crack and fall of civilizations owing to a morbid intensification of their own first principles. Although I have made a fortune in the financial markets, I now fear that the untrammeled intensification of laissez-faire capitalism …

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Liberals are shutting down America

by Harrison H. Schmitt Budget and National Debt If not now, when? If not the House, who? These two questions lie at the core of the budget challenge faced by conservatives in Congress. The liberal/moderate spending agenda in healthcare, bailouts, unemployment, and so-called “stimuli” is unsustainable as well as largely unconstitutional.

Soros: No alternative to a new world architecture

by George Soros, The Japan Times, Nov. 8, 2009 NEW YORK — Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of communism, the world faces another stark choice between two fundamentally different forms of organization: international capitalism and state capitalism. The former, represented by the United States, has broken down, and …

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Three Legislators explain their YES Vote on HB 198

By Rep. Mike Cuffe, Rep. Jerry Bennett and Sen. Chas Vincent House Bill 198, involving eminent domain issues, meets constitutional standards for both U.S. and Montana Constitutions.  Our thoughts are outlined below. After considerable consideration, each of us have or will vote yes on House Bill 198, commonly referred to as the Eminent Domain Bill.  …

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Second thoughts on Green Dogma from Germany

by Steve McCann, American Thinker Germany has long been the titular and emotional leader of the “Green Movement” in Europe. No country has adopted more so-called environmental friendly policies. The German population has obediently gone along with environmental measures; in fact they have been the model people when it comes to green living. So it …

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Wind Energy is a Corporate Welfare Scam

by Mary Kay Barton, The Daily News After reading Invenergy’s self-serving pontifications in their recent article, “Invenergy and NYSERDA enter renewable energy credit purchase agreement,” it seems we need to step back and take a look at the bigger picture. I (and most citizens) agree: We have environmental and energy issues; and These technical matters …

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CO2 minor contributor to global warming

How much CO2 really contributes to global warming? Spectroscopic studies and modeling of the influence of H2O, CO2 and CH4 on our climate by Hermann Harde, Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg, Germany (harde@hsu-hh.de) Based on the actual HITRAN’ 2008 database [1] detailed spectroscopic studies on the absorbance of the greenhouse gases water, carbon dioxide and methane in the …

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The Greenhouse Effect

by Vincent Gray, NZ Climate Truth Newsletter No 262 The greenhouse effect is caused by absorption of infra red radiation from the earth by trace gases in the earth’s atmosphere. A greenhouse confines only a small part of the atmosphere, so the trace gas absorption is negligible.

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