Jonathan Sher — QMI Agency — November 1, 2012 LONDON, ON — They live in the shadow of wind farms, and their stories of turbine-induced illness have been brushed aside by the wind industry, Ontario regulators and the province’s Liberal government. But now, researchers have published the first ever peer-reviewed study linking wind turbines and […]
Leo McKinstry — Express.co.uk — November 1, 2012 THE rash of wind farms across Britain represents the triumph of environmental dogma over common sense. Wrecking the countryside, reducing our energy security and driving up our household bills, these ugly structures are nothing more than monuments to political folly.
The Telegraph — November 1, 2012 The case for winds farms is all but lost, as the Tories inject a welcome dose of reality into the debate Have I just broken the record for the shortest and most successful election campaign in the history of politics? Well that’s one way of looking at my incredibly […]
Marita Noon — Townhall Finance.com — November 1, 2012 When he is confronted about the failed green-energy loan program, President Obama deflects blame—pointing to “career bureaucrats” in the Department of Energy (DOE) who supposedly approved the loans that have become an embarrassment to the White House. For months, along with researcher Christine Lakotos, I’ve been reporting […]
Tom Adams — Special to Financial Post — October 31, 2012 56,000 documents reveal Ontario’s energy disaster After Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty started handing out billions, green carpetbaggers around the world smelled the money and came running. Over the course of his nine years as premier of Ontario, Dalton McGuinty’s electricity policies gradually transformed from […]