Let me be clear at the outset of this commentary. I am not making an attempt to impress you with my piety. Heck, I’m just another old Pharisee trying to make my way through my remaining days on this confused, baffling, wondrous, puzzling, and often enigmatic little mud ball floating in third place from the […]
Archive for September, 2007
“Wind-Power surge” was the headline of an article by Newhouse News Service reporter, Gail Kinsey Hill. “Demand for turbines generates higher prices” was the sub-title and it noted that, “The supply shortage comes as New Jersey officials have begun planning a windmill farm off the South Jersey coast.”
Mr. George Soros is one contemptible man, in my personal opinion. He is not America’s friend. However, the far left Democrats running for the presidency as well as their party are beholden to him. That fact should be looked upon as upsetting and very worrisome.
Given what President Bush said when he spoke to the American citizenry, the response that followed from the National Democrat Party should not have been surprising. Their specialty is a constant barrage of investigative congressional hearings and assorted faultfinding committees. One wonders if anything good can come from the mouth of Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
To put it quite simply, unless you and everyone else becomes a vegetarian or adopts the vegan (no animal products, period!) lifestyle, the Earth is going to come to an end or you will probably die from some horrid disease.
Sound extreme? Sound just a bit nutty? Not according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) or a recent study, “Food, livestock production, energy, climate change, and health” by Professor Tony McMichael of the Australian National University and Dr. John Powles of the Department of Public Health and Primary Care of the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
When did the global warming hoax die? Historians are likely to pinpoint 2007. It will take another decade to insure it cannot be revived, but the avalanche of scientific studies and the cumulative impact of scientists who have publicly joined those who debunked the lies on which it has been based will be noted as the tipping point.