Monthly Archives: August 2018

Google’s China plan a security threat?

” “Google is proposing a new Faustian bargain with the Chinese government that isn’t just morally wrong; it’s also terrible for business,” declared Rogin in his Washington Post article titled, “Google’s China plan isn’t just evil — it’s bad for business.” “

A national carbon tax will devastate the poor…

“But the CBO notes that even the comparatively modest carbon tax it envisioned would likely have some deleterious effects on economic output, and employment and corporate profits, which is to say all the other stuff we’re already taxing to fund the spending we’re already doing:” click here

US surface temperatures decreasing…

“Over the last century, August 7th afternoon temperatures have plummeted in the US. In 1930, the average temperature was 93 degrees and almost 70% of the country was over 90 degrees. Compare vs August 7, 2017, which had an average temperature of 81 degrees and less than 20% of the US over 90 degrees.” click here

Texas embraces more good guys with guns in schools

“Two and a half months after the May 18, 2018, Santa Fe High School shooting, Texas is rejecting proposed confiscation orders and embracing more good guys with guns in schools.” click here

Seabed volcanoes influence West Antarctic glacier melts

“New evidence now updates and confirms a column I wrote in June 2014 that some or all of the highly publicized melting of western coastal Antarctic glaciers may be caused by seabed volcanoes rather than having much or anything to do with climate change.” click here

Media conspire to smear President Trump; He must be doing something right!

“While the media have undoubtedly been coordinating against Trump ever since he announced his candidacy (after all, there is a reason every news outlet reports on the exact same stories using the exact same left-wing narrative), this is the first time I am aware of where the media have openly and proudly coordinated to attack Trump.” click here

Wind turbines a “ticking time bomb”?

“According to a commentary by Daniel Wetzel of online German Daily ‘Die Welt’, the aging rickety wind turbines are poorly inspected and maintained and thus are now posing a huge risk.” click here