Finally, a global warming alarmist advocates personal responsibility among the other global warming alarmists

We have previously noted that the very concerned environmentalists could show that they aren’t hypocrites by using videoconferencing rather than taking long, fossil-fueled trips to bemoan the use of fossil fuels. Alas! The First Street Journal is far too small to have any impact, but this opinion piece in The Washington Post might do more: …

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NIMBY! Everybody likes wind-generated power, as long as they don’t have to see the turbines themselves! That's true for the Editor as well, but at least I admit it

From National Review Big Wind Gets Spanked in Michigan Citizens in 20 localities rejected wind-power expansion by Robert Bryce | May 12, 2017 4:00 AM | @pwrhungry Big Wind’s lobbyists and promoters love to claim that their projects are being welcomed by rural communities everywhere. The reality is rather different. Last Tuesday, voters in 20 …

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Three stories from the Lexington Herald-Leader

From the Lexington Herald-Leader: Eatery gains world attention hosting Beshear’s reply to Trump speech By Cheryl Truman | ctruman@herald-leader.com | March 1, 2017 3:06 PM EST The first Karin West knew of her diner’s impending worldwide exposure was when someone from Lexington Mayor Jim Gray’s office called to ask whether Lexington Diner could host a …

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Democrisy: the man who wanted to be President says that the next President shouldn’t take unilateral decisions

Secretary of State John F Kerry said: No one has a right to make decisions that affect billions of people based solely on ideology or without proper input. Hat tip to William Teach. Translation: no one has a right to take decisions that affect billions of people unless they take those decisions in the way …

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