Archive | August, 2009

Waxman–Markey’s Gravy Train: Why the Electric Industry Got on Board (Getting favors, adding pages to H.R. 2454)

“I expect all the bad consequences from the chambers of Commerce and manufacturers establishing in different parts of this country, which your Grace seems to foresee…. The regulations of Commerce are commonly dictated by those who are most interested to deceive and impose upon the Public.” – Adam Smith, 1785 letter. In The Correspondence of […]

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Cool and Stormy Weather Didn’t Deter Climate Realists Symposium

A tornado touchdown in Minneapolis and driving rains threatened to waylay the Symposium on Climate Change organized by the Free Market Institute on Wednesday. Fortunately, no one was ushered into the storm shelters at the Earle Brown Heritage Center and the storm quickly passed allowing the presentation to go on as planned. Because of the […]

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Policy Peril

Competitive Enterprise Institute Senior Fellow Marlo Lewis has released a new 40 minute film called Policy Peril: Why Global Warming Policies Are More Dangerous Than Global Warming Itself.

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Oregon State Study says Having Fewer Children is Best Way to Reduce your Carbon Footprint

By the Oregonian Some people who are serious about wanting to reduce their “carbon footprint” on the Earth have one choice available to them that may yield a large long-term benefit – have one less child. A recent study by statisticians at Oregon State University concluded that in the United States, the carbon legacy and […]

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Minnesota Climate Realists Symposium

On Wednesday, August 19th, Dr. Fred Singer (physicist, research professor at George Mason University and author of Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1500 Years) will headline the Minnesota Symposium on Climate Change at the Earle Brown Center. The program begins at 3:00 and will be followed by a reception at 7:00. Dr. Pekarek from St. Cloud […]

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