Power to the People!

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There are plenty of reasons to highlight this invention whether you believe the carbon tax (global warming) proponents or not. Seems that Ms. Eesha Khare of Saratoga, CA has invented a power storage device that can recharge a cellphone in seconds. According to NBC News’s John Roach, Ms. Khare won the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award […]

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Third World: The US in 2030

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Stephen Swintek/Getty Images According to a report issued by the National Intelligence Council (NIC) titled, Global Trends 2030:Alternative Worlds, food and water shortages will reduce the United States to third-world status. They indicate that it is not ‘carved in stone  however it does seem that with the current trends by our government, it will happen, unless an […]

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Our Enemy Is The State: Part II

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Would it not be better for all concerned if  the State and local governments took responsibility for building their own roads and highways? Yes, there can be a standard in how these roads must interconnect with those of adjoining states, but it need not be a federal mandate or regulation. It seems that the needs of the […]

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Government Pushes Green: But not in America?

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There is always a reason why some things never change. At least they don’t change for the better. As an example in Europe, Asia and in South America also, there are Fords and Toyotas that get over 70 MPG on the highway. None of them are sold in the United States. And it’s not because […]

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Unwavering – Openness – Clarity – Transparency

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“So will there be some [programs] that get eliminated or combined?  The answer is yes, but I’m not going to give you a list right now.”— Mitt Romney “I actually have a[n immigration] plan in mind, I haven’t unveiled it. ”— Mitt Romney “Because Gov. Romney has not specified how he would increase the tax […]

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Change and The Brighter Future To Come: or Barry’s Best Foot Forward: or American Business As Usual

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When Solyndra hit the wall of insolvency, all that could be heard were the echoes of the person occupying the Presidency: “this loan will generate hundreds of jobs insuring Solyndra a brighter future”. The $535 million loan was expanded by another $75 million and Solyndra’s expenditures, just to build the plant, cost an estimated $733 […]

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Cronyism Costs Taxpayers Trillions

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It doesn’t take a PhD. in economics to see how much taxpayer revenue and borrowed funds are being wasted on “investments” in alternative energy projects. And while the President in busy with campaigning and finger pointing at the GOP-led House to pass another “stimulus” bill disguised as a jobs bill, there are several bills stacked up […]

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Is there really a “Free Energy” machine?

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It seems that there are many so-called free energy devices with claims of “over-unity” energy production. But do they really work? Are these devices all scams and chicanery or is there a concerted effort to suppress the technology. I have followed these devices since I first read about Nikola Tesla and radiant energy about 35 […]

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The wrong road to reducing emissions

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by Peter DeFazio, guest opinion Monday January 26, 2009, 6:00 PM Peter DeFazio Deregulation brought a meltdown in our electricity markets with market manipulation, profiteering and higher costs to consumers without benefits. Remember Enron? Deregulation was also a major contributor to the recent Wall Street-led financial crisis. Now powerful forces in Washington, D.C., and Salem […]

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Having a Good Business Plan

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The governor of the state of Oregon looks like he is making a good move toward clean energy and creating jobs and economic growth for his state. On the other hand, GM is partnering with Segway, the makers of those two wheeled pedestrian mobility devices that you plug in to charge. I would say that […]

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