Are the Democrats Bent on Suicide? | Patrick J. Buchanan – Official Website

February 12, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

After reading an especially radical platform agreed upon by the British Labor Party, one Tory wag described it as “the longest suicide note in history.”

The phrase comes to mind on reading of the resolution calling for a Green New Deal, advanced by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and endorsed by at least five of the major Democratic candidates for president.

The Green New Deal is designed to recall the halcyon days of the 1930s, when, so the story goes, FDR came to Washington to enact the historic reforms that rescued America from the Great Depression.

Only that story is more than a small myth.

Source: Are the Democrats Bent on Suicide? | Patrick J. Buchanan – Official Website

Green New Deal Hallucination

February 12, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

Utopia in the “Green” universe is a zombie parade of whackos sitting at the cool cafeteria table in a mental hospital. The “Green New Deal” is a script compiled by opiate medicated inmates at One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest salons. Tragically, granting any validity to a mindset that is totally inept of economics and the most rudimentary principles of business, would qualify for admission to their sanctuary. The eventual result of this hallucinogen religiosity causes the abandonment of all objective reality and common sense. According to Americans for Tax Reform the main points of this “Green New Deal” include some of the most absurd and foolish promises to come out of elected officials. 

Read the entire article on the Utopia archives

Electric Cars a Government Subsidize Bust

December 18, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

For all the dreamers who foster a future of transportation based upon electric motors, good luck. While many forms of hauling translate into the use of electric propulsion, the prospects are that General Motors and Tesla will not be the namesakes for EV personal transport. Government subsidies may be the Achilles heel of the car industry, but reliance on mobile electric fuel and battery storage ignores the reality that the petroleum oligarchy will just sit on their reserves and watch the long lines of extension cords plug into these high tech and costly trendy go carts.

Read the entire article on the Utopia archives

SunEdison Green Power Bankruptcy Inevitability

April 7, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

For all those sun baked brains that see salvation in renewable nirvana, the imminent demise of SunEdison is the latest case that creative green economics is the path to insolvency. After studying the tangled web of cross collateralization and rehypothecation of debt, the WSJ announcement is inevitable, SunEdison Said to Be Preparing to File for Bankruptcy. “Solar-energy company SunEdison Inc. plans to file for bankruptcy protection in coming weeks, a dramatic about-face for a company whose market value stood at nearly $10 billion in July.”

Read the entire article on the “Negotium” archives

 

Foreign Ownership Translates into Higher Electric Bills

March 2, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

What exactly is a public utility? If you listen to the government officials in New York State, a foreign company is just dandy and will qualify from the Public Service Commission as a provider of electricity. While this may be old news, the continued adverse fallout from foreign ownership can no longer be flittered away. The latest approval of rate increases goes as an example of how the entire political favoritism system operates. The Buffalo N.Y. News reports, You’re likely to see higher electric bills soon.

Read the entire article on the “Corporatocracy” archives

Fly the Friendly Skies on Cheap Fuel

February 10, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Flying in those friendly skies has never been better for the corporate airlines. As for the cattle that is herded into the pens, the exhilaration and excitement has long faded into storm clouds. No doubt that in a competitive economy, enterprises must make a profit to survive, much less prosper. The airline industry does not have the same romance of a Yankee Clipper flight to China, but the amenities of sacking out in style certainly improves the hardship of travel. So what about the economics of the air passenger sector? A CNN reports says it all Airlines saved $11 billion on fuel. You saved 8 bucks.

Read the entire article on the “Corporatocracy” archives

Congress Eliminates Export Oil Ban

December 23, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

If you want to know how the “so called” Free Trade exponents think about exports, just analyze the impact and actual beneficiaries of the US House passes bill to lift 40-year ban on oil exports.

“The crude export restrictions were introduced in the US in 1975 in the middle of the energy crisis. They followed OPEC’s oil embargo of the US and other countries backing Israel during the Arab–Israeli war of 1973. In the face of embargo-related high oil prices, Washington eased the limits on oil imports and ordered an export ban.”

Read the entire article on the “Corporatocracy” archives

Rejecting the Keystone Pipeline

November 11, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

All thinking and rational students of economics and political policy should take note of the triumphed message sent out by the CREDO Action progressive group. The strategy to organize a massive civil disobedience confrontation has been absent from the public square for far too long. However, when the cause is so ill founded and based upon foolish economic realities, the protesting activists need to rethink their falsely placed suppositions.

Read the entire article on the “Corporatocracy” archives


"Many seek to become a Syndicated Columnist,
while the few strive to be a Vindicated Publisher"

BREAKING ALL THE RULES


eXTReMe Tracker