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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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Are National Energy Policy Loan Guarantees Constitutional?

by Harrison H. Schmitt The President and the Congress obviously are hooked on interfering in the American economy. Loan guarantees and their ultimate manifestation in financial bailouts, show the extremes of this addiction. Now, the President proposes to use the authority provided by Congress to guarantee loans to a single power company (Southern) to build …

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