Is there any source of electric power generation that is environmentally acceptable?

From The Pirate’s Cove: Hydro-electric Dams Now Deemed Bad For “Climate Change” By William Teach November 28, 2014 – 7:48 am Remember the good old days when Warmists said we should transition away from fossil fuels for energy and look towards solar, wind, geothermal and hydrothermal? Well, wind is known to have a negative impact …

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Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer!

From The New York Times, via The Pirate’s Cove: Obama Pursuing Climate Accord in Lieu of Treaty By Coral Davenport | August 26, 2014 WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is working to forge a sweeping international climate change agreement to compel nations to cut their planet-warming fossil fuel emissions, but without ratification from Congress. In …

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About that Keystone XL Pipeline . . .

From The Wall Street Journal: Dangers Aside, Railways Reshape Crude Market Shipping Crude by Rail Expands as New Pipelines Hit Headwinds and Train Companies Reap Revenue By Russell Gold and Chester Dawson | Sept. 21, 2014 10:32 p.m. ET In May 2008, a locomotive with a grizzly bear painted on its side pulled into a …

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Economics 101: you can’t increase costs on businesses without increasing costs on consumers

I found this via Twitter: Obama’s new rules for coal plants are going to be a huge, huge, huge deal: http://t.co/kBckVUtqiR — The New Republic (@tnr) May 27, 2014 to which Mark Buehner replied: @tnr @instapundit shorter- yes, your electricity bill is going up so shut up. — Mark Buehner (@ElBuehn) May 27, 2014   …

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From Around the Blogroll

Following North Carolina House House Speaker Thom Tillis’ victory in the Republican senatorial primary, Sister Toldjah noted incumbent Senator Kay Hagan’s decision to go for broke and “fully embrace” Obaminablecare. Most polls show that the wholly misnamed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is unpopular, but, as I have said previously, the only polls which …

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If the observations do not fit the theory, then the observations must be wrong, right?

Thanks to the esteemed William Teach, I found this article: 95% of Climate Models Agree: The Observations Must be Wrong February 7th, 2014 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. I’m seeing a lot of wrangling over the recent (15+ year) pause in global average warming…when did it start, is it a full pause, shouldn’t we …

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Elon Musk and your tax dollars

From The Wall Street Journal: Allysia Finley: How Government Is Making Solar Billionaires SolarCity has never recorded a profit, but powered by subsidies, its stock price is $57 a share. By Allysia Finley | Opinion | Oct. 21, 2013 7:09 p.m. ET Flash Player 9 or higher is required to view the chartClick here to …

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One would think that the environmentalists would love this!

From The Wall Street Journal: EDF to Build New Nuclear Power Plant in U.K. Project Would Be First in the Country in Almost 30 Years By Géraldine Amiel and Selina Williams | Updated Oct. 21, 2013 5:10 a.m. ET PARIS—French power utility Électricité de France SA confirmed Monday it has reached an agreement with the …

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I’m sure that it’s just a coincidence . . .

. . . that the warmists want to severely restrict or ban the use of fossil fuels just as the United States becomes the world’s leading producer of fossil fuels. From The Wall Street Journal: U.S. Rises to No. 1 Energy Producer By Russell Gold and Daniel Gilbert | Updated October 2, 2013, 8:10 p.m. …

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