Let That Be A Lesson To You!

It seem unlikely Australian political leaders (those allied with the Greens, anyway) will take any notice of this story, which is yet another reason to dump them at the next Federal election. From Canada’s National Post: We have long argued that the Ontario government’s headlong rush to convert Canada’s industrial heartland to “green” energy would …

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Big Wind

No, that is not my Native American name. Gary Jason at Liberty Unbound draws attention to two recent WSJ articles about the cost of ‘green’ subsidies. The first is about those annoying annoying and expensive energy saving light bulbs: California’s utilities alone spent $548 million over the past seven years in CFL subsidies. In fact, …

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Fixing Things That Ain’t Broke

With solutions that don’t work. I hope soon to comment on the Murray Darling proposals (costing billions of dollars and tens of thousands of jobs to ‘preserve’ something that never existed until fifty years ago) and SA’s proposed marine parks (costing some 1,000 jobs and approximately $1 billion in lost income from commercial and charter fishing …

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