Tag: Climate

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President Donald Trump has populated his version of the vast, expansive Executive Branch – with a whole lot of extraordinarily good people. Who have spent their time thus far – reducing mightily the vast expansiveness of the Executive Branch. One aspect of Trump’s excellent hiring process – is there is a whole lot less of…

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President Donald Trump inherited a whole lot of awful Barack Obama policy. Unfortunately, much of that awful policy has since Trump’s inauguration continued to lurch forward. Due to the awfulness of Deep State bureaucrats – and inherent bureaucratic inertia. In many instances – Trump has put a stop to it. In many other instances, unfortunately,…

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During the awful epoch that was the Barack Obama Administration, Scott Pruitt was a fearless free market champion. Pruitt was in 2010 elected Oklahoma’s Attorney General. And in that capacity he spent a lot of his time fending off the Obama Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with a whip and a chair. As an Attorney General,…

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Let us begin this exercise with me reiterating my wholehearted and total support of California’s effort to secede from the United States. They can take their Sanctuary State status, their resulting Third World culture-and-wealth gap, their $1.3 trillion total governments’ debt, their massive government employee pension shortfalls, their wildfire-exacerbating environmental laws and the rest of…

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In the great Aaron Sorkin television creation “West Wing,” very accomplished fake president Jed Bartlet goes in for a brief bit of therapy. During which the following exchange occurs: Bartlet: “It’s not good for a person to keep setting goals?” Psychologist: “It probably is. But it’s tricky for somebody who is still trying to get…

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There are lots and LOTS of reasons government shouldn’t choose which energy sources We the People use. Begin with – the marketplace is far and away the best decider. Of any and everything – always and forever. Items like oil and coal didn’t instantaneously become hugely popular because of government mandates. They became hugely popular…