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A Lot of Wind

By Anastasia , published on Mar 28, 2012

Matt, the fifth Viscount Ridley, is one of the people that I am thankful for. A businessman, a libertarian and a journalist, he has done so much to expose bogus and fashionable nostrums. Rather like a modern Don Quixote he has tilted at windmills, wind turbines, to be exact, relentlessly exposing what I am convinced is the greatest ‘alternative energy’ scam of the age.

Writing previously about wind farms I made the following points;

Wind farms, who does not hate the sight of wind-farms? I certainly do. You may think they are necessary as a source of clean and renewable power.... (more)

Tags: global warming, wind turbines, green energy

Oil and Blood

By Randy Mitchell, published on Mar 13, 2012

...to some much-needed power. It comes from the biggest and most dependable source of energy known to man: fossil fuel. And like the animals and plants God placed on this earth to eat, oil, natural gas, and coal were also created so our people could survive and prosper. Now, do I think that green energy sources have their place? Absolutely. Anything that will power our homes and cars is welcome in my world. But, here’s the thing, they simply aren’t cost efficient yet. The money you must slap down on the counter to make that coffee pot percolate using bulging solar panels atop your... (more)

Tags: obama, politics, oil, alternative energy, randy mitchell, keystone pipeline, foreign energy dependence, green energy

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