Tag: Environmentalists

At Least You’ll Get A Nice Quill Pen and Inkpot

At Least You’ll Get A Nice Quill Pen and Inkpot

| June 29, 2009 | 8 Replies

Is it too much to ask that the President’s Energy Czar, whatever the hell that is, actually read the entire bill she is lobbying so hard to get through Congress? Well, if you ask her, and Steve Doocy did, it’s horribly unfair to even ask the question. Doocy asked her five times and she managed […]

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Goodbye and Thanks for all the Polar Bears

Goodbye and Thanks for all the Polar Bears

| June 28, 2009 | Reply

You know the old saying, “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em”? Well, the Cult of Global Warming has a new spin on the old saw. “If you can’t beat ‘em, deny they even exist”. Over the coming days a curiously revealing event will be taking place in Copenhagen. Top of the agenda at a […]

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Democrats Don’t Need to Read the Bill, They Know What They’re Getting

Democrats Don’t Need to Read the Bill, They Know What They’re Getting

| June 26, 2009 | 2 Replies

Back in February, the Democrats rammed the Stimulus Bill through Congress, moving so quickly that they voted on the bill before anyone could even read the final version. Today, they’re at it again. Like last time, this bill is their cap and trade program which we know will kill jobs and cost you a lot […]

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Reduce Reuse Recycle…Regurgitate

Reduce Reuse Recycle…Regurgitate

| May 22, 2009 | 3 Replies

I’m sure you’ve all seen those lovely reuseable shopping bags we’re all supposed to use instead of the environment-raping paper or plastic bags. I don’t even get asked “paper or plastic” anymore because my local stores don’t use paper bags and push the heck out of their $2 hemp bags. I don’t use them because […]

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I Guess Global Warming Really is Going to Cost Us.

I Guess Global Warming Really is Going to Cost Us.

| May 19, 2009 | 3 Replies

Remember how the President wasn’t going to raise taxes on anyone except those top hat-wearing, monocle-twirling rich people who live up there in Park Place and Boardwalk? Yeah, well, what size top hat do you wear? The Obama administration is set to announce Tuesday what will amount to a sweeping revision to auto-emission and fuel-economy […]

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In the End, the Government Claims Everything

In the End, the Government Claims Everything

| April 23, 2009 | Reply

Have you ever wondered who owns the rain that falls on your property? Well, it’s not necessarily you. Across the country, resourceful homeowners have embraced rainwater capture as a way of conserving community water supplies while maintaining healthy gardens. Unfortunately, rain barrels are sometimes at odds with the law. Facing certain water scarcity, cities and […]

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Shut Up and Save the Earth, You Evil American!

Shut Up and Save the Earth, You Evil American!

| April 22, 2009 | Reply

Today is Earth Day (and Lenin’s Birthday, which I don’t see as a particular coincidence as well as the birthday of St. Francis of Assisi, which is more what I think our enviro-happy friends intended for the day) which means that we will again be harangued with lectured from our betters about what a bunch […]

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The Suckers of Elkhart

The Suckers of Elkhart

| February 12, 2009 | Reply

Remember the poor, impovershed former recreational vehicle makers of Elkhart, Indiana? President Obama sure doesn’t. Monday, he promised to help revive the R.V. industry. I figured he was full of beans and wrote: What’s worse for the poor people of Elkhart is that, even if there is a line of people ready to buy RVs, […]

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If You Think Bush Was Anti-Science, Wait Until You See This Guy

If You Think Bush Was Anti-Science, Wait Until You See This Guy

| December 22, 2008 | 5 Replies

It’s been an article of faith on the left that the Bush administration has been staunchly “anti-science”, mostly because its positions on AGW and stem-cell research on human beings. However, it looks like the Obama administration is heading in that direction a lot faster than George Bush ever did. His science adviser is likely to […]

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Maryland Has a Chickens**t Problem, But It's Not in the Bay

Maryland Has a Chickens**t Problem, But It's Not in the Bay

| December 20, 2008 | 3 Replies

If you’re a taxpayer in the state of Maryland, you’re getting hosed. That’s doubly true if you’re a Maryland state employee. Governor O’Malley announced this past week that all state employees will have to take at least two furlough days, in order to save about $34 million from this year’s sorely out of balance budget. […]

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