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Climate Change

Obama’s full-scale attack on coal imperils all Americans

SANTE FE, New Mexico, August 3. 2015 − Out here in New Mexico for two weeks, we’re running on Mountain Daylight Time (MDT), which is two hours behind Washington’s − and Wall Street’s − Eastern Daylight Time. Hence, the reports we’re able to submit this week will be running behind the tape. It’s for that ...

Wall Street tending its garden of stocks on Earth Day 2015

WASHINGTON, April 22, 2015 – Ho-hum. It’s Earth Day today, in case you didn’t already know it. Which you wouldn’t if you didn’t switch on the TV. That’s where all those overpaid, blathering blow-dries busy themselves, gasbagging about all the ways we should honor and protect the Earth—mainly by starving and burning a few corn cobs each ...

Global warming: Bring it on!

If we merely avoid doing really stupid things and otherwise “keep calm and carry on,” we can weigh costs versus benefits and safely ignore global warming

FREEDOM: Fueling the discussion about Climate Change (Part 2)

RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif., October 17, 2014 — Nature abhors a vacuum, and so do our major political Parties. In the absence of a cogent resource policy, they rush to fill the void, not with long-term strategic plans, but rather with random musings that only have to survive an election cycle. We deserve better, but ...

FREEDOM: A resource policy for energy and the environment (Part 1)

RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif., October 13, 2014 – Energy and the environment are inextricably combined, yet they are rarely discussed within the context of a national resource policy. Then again, we really do not have a national resource policy or any other clearly articulated policy for that matter. Let’s fix that by crafting an intelligent ...