Patrick Bales — The Post — February 27, 2014 WEST GREY – A West Grey man is appealing to the Ontario Ministry of Environment (MOE) to overturn approval for a wind turbine project near Priceville. Leonard Van Den Bosch of the former Glenelg Township has appealed the MOE decision to the Environmental Review Tribunal. In January, the […]
Ontario: Chiarelli — We won’t spend more money on nuclear right now because we have an energy surplus!!
(The idiot Liberals won’t spend any more money on nuclear right now because we have an energy surplus, but we’re still spending billions on useless wind turbines. — DQ) Ontario remains committed to nuclear power, Bob Chiarelli says Ian MacLeod — Ottawa Citizen — February 28, 2014 The shelving of $15 billion worth of new […]
Originally posted on Pointman's:
When I was a young man, a deeply cynical older person told me that all experience did was tell you what wasn’t possible. It wasn’t true then, it’s not true now and amounts to nothing more than a philosophy of despair by people who’ve essentially given up. You do have…
Amanda Moore — Grimsby Lincoln News — February 28, 2014 WEST LINCOLN — Tim Hudak has renewed the call for a province-wide moratorium on new industrial wind turbine projects. Last week, in an open letter to Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli, Hudak requested the Liberals implement an immediate moratorium on future projects in light of “the […]
“Wind power opponents in the crosshairs of the Wind Industry” Network of Wind power opponents worldwide “Wind-Nation” Denmark spys on and analyzes critical citizens Copenhagen / Hamburg A Danish study, paid for by the taxpayers with more than 2.6 million Euros, supported by the beneficiaries of wind power under the leadership of the world’s largest […]
Wind Industry Study: Electricity Prices Skyrocketing In Largest Wind Power States (Just like in Ontario)
James Taylor — Forbes — February 27, 2014 A newly published paper by the American Wind Energy Association illustrates that electricity prices are rising more than four times the national average in nine of the 11 states with the most wind power consumption. In Texas, the only one of the 11 states with significantly declining electricity prices, […]
Green Energy Does Little to Fight Global Warming and Only Makes Electricity Expensive Madeline Chambers — Reuters — February 27, 2014 A commission of experts appointed by the German parliament has recommended Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government to abolish all subsidies for green energy, highlighting mounting opposition to plans to reform instead of scrap the system. […]
Wind Farms and Human Health Edgar Bread — February 27, 2014 This week the national Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) released a report that looked at the health effects of wind farms. The take home conclusion, presented with the press release, was that there is no reliable or consistent evidence that wind farms directly […]
Wrong to Assume Rick Conroy — Wellington Times — February 26, 2014 The Prince Edward County Field Naturalists are wrong. Ontario Nature. Nature Canada. Both wrong. Dr. Robert McMurtry is wrong. The South Shore Conservancy is wrong. So too is the Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory. Alvar, bird, butterfly, turtle and bat experts are all […]
From Climate Change Dispatch Peter Ferrara — Forbes Blogs — February 24, 2014 If you look at the record of global temperature data, you will find that the late 20th Century period of global warming actually lasted about 20 years, from the late 1970s to the late 1990s. Before that, the globe was dominated by […]
Thanks to Joanne with the Irish anti-wind warriors for the inspiration.
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Hundreds of people from rural Ontario piled into buses to Toronto and on a freezing and windy February 24 gathered in front of the Ontario Legislative Building at Queen’s Park, and then at the Royal York Hotel, to protest against the Liberal’s Green Energy Act and to condemn Premier Kathleen Wynne’s continued…
Mr. Quixote reports that there were roughly 150 to 200 people in attendance at the protest rally in Toronto today. Tim Hudak spoke to the crowd. Lisa MacLeod and Lisa Thompson were also in attendance.
Letter to the Editor — Chatham Daily News — February 24, 2014 Sir: Tax filing season is upon us and I am once again reminded of an opportunity for those in our province who believe more taxation is a good thing and the provincial government is a wise spender of tax dollars to step forward. […]
So often when I’m reading various articles about global warming or as it’s now called — ‘climate change’ — I see comments made by people from young-er generations stating that the baby boom generation doesn’t give a damn about the planet. We’ve destroyed it with our insatiable greed leaving nothing for them but ashes. I’ve […]