Tag Archives: federal regulation

The Keystone XL pipeline decision: A view from Canada. Rebuttal from the Obama campaign.


From our neigbor in the North comes this unbiased opinion about the Keystone XL pipeline decision. Here is the other side of the story, given to you by your friendly Obama/Biden 2012 campaign: Advertisements

Obama and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Keystone XL pipeline non-decision.


Obama and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Keystone XL pipeline decision. The Obama administration announced Nov. 10 it would delay a politically explosive decision on the proposed Keystone XL oil sands pipeline until after the 2012 elections. This decision was bad on so many levels it is hard to count them all. Let’s […]

Don’t drink the milk from your own cow! Ruling in Wisconsin.


The State of Wisconsin, the County of Dane has issued a ruling that I call insane. If you own your cow We still won’t allow you to drink from its milk, to appeal is in vain. What follows is an excerpt from Judge Patrick J. Fiedler (Circuit Court, Branch 8, State of Wisconsin) ruling: (1) […]

Ban inhalers to save the environment? FDA and EPA gone mad.


Sep 22 2011 FDA: Over-the-counter asthma inhalers containing chloroflouorocarbons (CFCs) will no longer be made or sold after Dec. 31, 2011 Users of Primatene Mist will need a prescription product to treat their asthma. Asthma accounts for one-quarter of all emergency room visits in the U.S. each year, with 2 million emergency room visits. Each […]

Thank you, Obama. The sea levels are decreasing.


In a campaign speech Jun 2 2008, in all humility candidate Obama said this: The journey will be difficult. The road will be long. I face this challenge with profound humility, and knowledge of my own limitations. But I also face it with limitless faith in the capacity of the American people. Because if we […]

The Malthusian option: Food or Ethanol? A Limerick with explanation.


When EPA regulates, they are but slobs; No thought what effect it will have on our jobs. (1) You want food? You want fuel? (2) The choice is too cruel. (3) A Malthusian choice, that’s why Mother Earth sobs. (4) (1) (2)TUCSON, Ariz., March 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — U.S. and European policy to increase production […]

In this age of skyrocketing food prices and shortages, get rid of ethanol as a fuel!


I just checked the price of corn. It is $ 7.82 a bushel. One bushel of corn makes 2.5 gallon of ethanol That makes the feedstock price to make ethanol $3.13 a gallon. Add to that 50 cents to make the stuff and distribute it and the price per gallon is $ 3.63. Since the […]

Bovine emissions a global concern. So says the EPA.


Picture left: The cows are coming home to get milked, well nourished from a healthy grass diet Picture right: Reearch cow from Argentina fitted with a methand collecting backpack. This cow is fed feedlot style. You cannot accuse EPA to be lax It works very hard to propose a fart tax. They are running on […]

CO2, Man’s best friend.


They published a book I can recommend It tells CO2 is our very best friend. The warming is done. Saturated*, we won. Too hard for you warmists to comprehend? The book is called “The many benefits from atmospheric CO2 enrichment.” and can be ordered from: http://www.valeslake.com/bookmart.htm From: http://scienceandpublicpolicy.org/other/benefits_of_co2.html A synopsis can be downloaded in pdf […]

The Lanthanides Lamentation Limerick:


China’s Ban on Selling Rare Earth Minerals to Japan Continues, Officials Say By KEITH BRADSHER and EDWARD WONG New York Times Published: October 10, 2010 HONG KONG — Chinese customs officials continued to bar all exports of rare earth minerals to Japan over the weekend, industry officials said, but the Chinese government showed signs of […]