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Take a bow for the new revolution

Take a bow for the new revolution

Americans are less inclined to be fooled again, or to “smile and grin at the change all around” By Paul Driessen From the outset, President Obama directed his powerful government agencies and congressional allies to help him “fundamentally transform” the United States. Too many of them were eager to nationalize the nation’s healthcare system, ignore […]

Two Graphs Show Exactly Why Saudi Arabia Wants To Crush Fracking

Two Graphs Show Exactly Why Saudi Arabia Wants To Crush Fracking

These Are The 5 MOST Ridiculous Things Enviros Say About Fracking

These Are The 5 MOST Ridiculous Things Enviros Say About Fracking

By Michael Bastasch . The Environmental Protection Agency’s comprehensive study on environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing, remedy or fracking, diagnosis  is set to be released in the near future, and environmentalists are groaning that it’s tainted with oil and gas industry influence. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ Why the complaining? It’s likely environmental groups know something about the […]

Desalination gaining support as long-term response to CA drought

Desalination gaining support as long-term response to CA drought

by John Hrabe .

CA manufacturing rises — a little

CA manufacturing rises — a little

by John Seiler California’s hard-hit manufacturing sector is coming back, medicine although not as much as the rest of the country. The Great Recession sliced off 18.5 percent of state manufacturing jobs. Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com After that, salve from 2011 to 2014, “manufacturing employment has hovered around 12.5 million,” reported the Sacramento Bee. […]

Developments in the Global Oil Market Strategic Significance

Developments in the Global Oil Market Strategic Significance

by: Shmuel Even Since mid-2014, buy global oil prices have fallen dramatically. The price of an American WTI barrel of oil was $44 in late January 2015, ed compared with $105 in late June 2014. At the previous low point in mid-February 2009, the price of a barrel was $34, compared with a high of […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE—COAL!

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE—COAL!

By L.Neil Smith Before we start, let’s get one thing straighter than it has been. Coal is _not_ a fossil fuel. There is no such thing as a fossil fuel.  The idea that coal (or much of anything else) comes from squashed Carboniferous trees and other prehistoric plants that died hundreds of millions of years […]

State postponing diesel law for many truckers may save jobs

State postponing diesel law for many truckers may save jobs

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has issued revised plans that would postpone its draconian diesel law. This new development might save some trucking businesses that otherwise may have had no choice but to leave the state or shut down.   CARB postponing diesel law for many truckers   Lightly shaded areas are proposed for […]