Jefferson Davis, Adolph Hitler and Neville Chamberlain walk into a bar…

When we look through the history books that chronicle the founding of this nation, the pages are marked with biter conflict, rivalries and heated debate. But our most precious documents were forged with words of “Compromise.”

October 27, 2013  /  No Comments ››

New York State’s money-road to nowhere

“Local, state, and federal political favors have created an artificial and unsustainable industry: industrial wind power. Voters in every state need to understand what is going on in New York, so that the same things don’t happen to them.”

August 16, 2012  /  No Comments ››

54.5 mpg and the law of unintended consequences

“All of us should conserve energy and be responsible stewards of the Earth and its bounties, which God has given us. However, to ignore the unpleasant realities of existing and proposed mileage mandates is unethical, immoral and unjust.”

August 8, 2012  /  No Comments ››

The folly of E15 anti-hydrocarbon policies

“America’s surging natural gas production has already driven that fuel’s price from $8 to barely $2.00 per thousand cubic feet (or million Btus). That alone will persuade auto makers to build nat-gas-powered cars and trucks (and consumers to buy them), without massive new subsidy programs as advocated by T. Boone Pickens and assorted politicians. Natural gas can even be converted into ethanol (and diesel).”

April 25, 2012  /  No Comments ››

“Greenbacks” energy boondoggles versus real energy

“Subsidies, punitive taxation schemes and “alternative,” non-hydrocarbon energy are often justified by claims that we face imminent manmade catastrophic global warming. In reality, virtually no empirical evidence supports hypotheses, assertions or computer model projections about melting polar icecaps, average global temperatures, storm frequency and intensity, sea levels and other natural phenomena.”

April 18, 2012  /  No Comments ››