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While you were sleeping all snug in your bed, Jolly Wynne kept us deep in the red

This is from 3 years ago, but it’s only gotten worse for Ontarians under the draconian rule of the Wynne Liberals, so it deserves a repost. *********************** By Rob Snow at 580 CFRA (Ottawa) — December 5, 2013 While you were sleeping, all snug in your beds, with visions of sugar plums dancing in your heads… […]

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Tongue-in-cheek story packs powerful message about wind turbines

(Editor’s note:  This story from South Africa was a bit hard to follow at times, because of the regional language, but if you hang in there and read it to the end, you’ll see that negative, fraudulent issues surrounding wind turbines are the same all over the world.  Keep an eye out for what appears […]

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P Kuster: “When Will Stupid People Stop Listening to Stupid People?”

     In the summer of 1967, my parents thought it would be a swell idea to pack up the family and head off to Montreal for Expo67. It didn’t reach the level of a National Lampoon script, but it was an interesting trip.      Being from Ontario, we spent a lot of time […]

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A history lesson for todays young environmentalists

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 […]

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Good letter to the Editor about the effects of wind turbines

Randy Sheaffer — Lewiston Sentinel — February 20, 2014 To the editor: This is in response to the letter to the editor from Dennis Stout, the E.ON spokesman who recently spoke at a public meeting concerning the proposed Big Valley wind farm projects. Mr. Stout refuted the existence of wind turbine syndrome, the name given […]

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Repost: Lies my wind rep told me: Wind energy is the hero this winter

How can you tell when someone in the wind industry is lying?  When they’re typing a PR article.  For example, this article written by a Maine wind industry insider, Sarah Lozanova.  From the sounds of this article, f it weren’t for wind turbines, Americans would be freezing in the dark. Extreme Winter Weather Puts Strain […]

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Letter to the Editor: Turbines not as benign as promised

Letter to the Editor — Niagara this Week — January 14, 2014 It was recently found in the German Supreme Court that the Enercon Wind Turbines are performing much louder and with potentially greater harm to people than previously determined. The Enercon turbines, E82, height 124 meters and E101 height 135 meters (with blades 183.5 […]

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Great letter to the editor advising caution before signing a wind turbine contract

Lewiston Sentinel — December 26, 2013 To the editor: On the surface, the concept of wind energy has a lot to offer: unlike outdated coal-burning sources of electricity, wind turbines produce no acid rain, and Pennsylvania is ground zero for acid rain. In their place – unpopulated locations with proven, consistent winds, such as deserts […]

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A Global Warming Poem: ‘Twas the Week Before Christmas …

By Joe Bastardi    (With apologies to Clement Clark Moore) ‘Twas the week before Christmas, when all through the news, There were reports of record cold, so many were confused. Told global warming is why we should care, And that the point of no return would soon be here. The children were bombarded with tales […]

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Wind energy tears communities apart, but price will be the decider on its future

Western Morning News — November 30, 2013 Wind, a debate in the Westcountry heard yesterday, should be regarded as a new crop for farmers to harvest. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, better known for his cookery than his commitment to renewable energy but a campaigner on behalf on the rural community as a whole, wants a new approach […]

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Renewable energy such as wind and solar are not sustainable by any meaningful yardstick

Lawrence Solomon — Financial Post — November 15, 2013 When governments try to impose large-scale renewable technologies, they lay waste to nature Non-renewable energy is sustainable; renewable energy is not, not even close, not by any meaningful yardstick, not in our lifetime or in that of our children. Renewables cannot passably meet any of the […]

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Tom Adams Energy: ‘Digging the Hole Deeper for Ontario Ratepayers’

Tom Adams — November 4, 2013 With the ink still wet on its November 1 power rate jump and subsidized power exports to neighbouring jurisdictions gushing fresh losses, the Ontario government announced its next ratepayer gouge today. A new green power buying spree was announced by the Ontario Power Authority that will further burden Ontario’s electricity future with more […]

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Why Preserving the View in Canada is not just Tilting at Windmills

J. R. McConvey — The Globe and Mail — October 25, 2013 In Prince Edward County, I always feel like I’m in a painting come to life. Cheesy? Sure. But whether it’s the ethereal quality of light across the fields, the rustic shops and wineries or the sunset views over Lake Ontario, something in this […]

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Does the liberal caucus know what is really going on?

Eric Jelinski — October 16, 2013 We often uncover examples of mismanagement (an understatement in regard to recent examples), and then members claim to have no knowledge.   This is a due diligence e-mail for the Wynne/Horvath government. There are several key issues and one is  the issue of the hearings of the Environmental Review Tribunals in […]

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Let’s calculate the true cost of wind power

Hat tip to Mary Kay Barton Marc Brown — CT Mirror — October 5, 2013 It has been reported that Massachusetts’ utilities National Grid, Northeast Utilities and Unitil have negotiated power purchase agreements (PPAs) for 565 megawatts of electricity capacity from existing and proposed wind farms in New Hampshire and Maine that would provide electricity […]

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