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Ontario’s Poor Fiscal Management and Staggering Debt is Dragging Down the Rest of the Country

Jack Mintz — Financial Post — April 8, 2014 Ontario’s growth has lagged the rest of Canada, averaging less than 1% annually since 2009 With Quebec’s election over, we can turn to Ontario where a scandal-plagued Liberal government will soon present its 2014 budget – and possibly trigger a spring election. Ontario is sagging under […]

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Wind energy in decline worldwide as countries encounter skyrocketing electricity prices with little benefit.

Renewable energy in decline, less than 1% of global energy Steve Gorham — Communities Digital News — March 3, 2014 CHICAGO, February 28, 2014 – The global energy outlook has changed radically in just six years. President Obama was elected in 2008 by voters who believed we were running out of oil and gas, that climate […]

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Thanks to the McGuinty Liberals, Ontario’s ‘Have Not’ Status since 2009/2010 is dragging down the entire country

Thanks again to the billion dollar boondoggles and massive waste of the McGuinty Liberals, the entire country is being dragged down the economic abyss.   Maybe it’s time to seriously look at seceding the 416 area from not just this province, but from this country.   They can then take their corrupt Liberal politicians and their massive […]

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Should the Precautionary Principle Shut Down Wind Turbines?

Keith Kloor — Discover Magazine — November 18, 2013 In case you weren’t aware, wind energy has an ecological downside that’s hasn’t yet been smoothed out. As AP reporter Dina Cappiello wrote earlier this year, “the green industry is allowed to do not so green things”: It kills protected species with impunity and conceals the environmental consequences of sprawling wind […]

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Thousands of hectares of carbon-trapping trees chopped down to build wind turbines.

David Coulter — Hexham Courant (UK) — August 28, 2013 The very mention of windfarms sends a cold shiver down the back of those fervently in opposition to their existence. Many complaints are made about the installation of the sky-high turbines, blighting beautiful countryside one of the most frequent ones. Added to the list is […]

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Curtain Coming Down on Global Warming Alarmism

John Hinderaker — Powerline — June 8, 2013 The curtain is coming down rapidly on global warming alarmism, as evidence of the AGW theory’s falsity accumulates on nearly a daily basis. Of course, the global warming machine grinds on, like a dead frog whose legs are still kicking. My 10th grade daughter had her last […]

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National Geographic: Wind Turbines drag down Power Potential

David LaGesse — National Geographic — May 16, 2013 As seemingly limitless as the air that swirls around us, wind has proven to be the world’s fastest-growing source of renewable energy. Backers suggest wind power can continue growing as quickly as companies can raise turbines to capture it.   But some scientists are challenging that assumption, arguing […]

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Michigan neighbors sue to shut down new wind farm

John Upton — Grist.org — April 10, 2013 Neighbors of a 56-turbine wind farm built last year in Mason County, Mich., have filed a lawsuit claiming that the turbines have negatively affected their health and wealth and should be shut down. The lawsuit [PDF], filed by 17 property owners in a community along the east shore […]

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“Cooling Down the Fears of Climate Change” — Exposing IPCC predictions

Matt Ridley — The Wall Street Journal — December 18, 2012 Forget the Doha climate jamboree that ended earlier this month. The theological discussions in Qatar of the arcana of climate treaties are irrelevant. By far the most important debate about climate change is taking place among scientists, on the issue of climate sensitivity: How […]

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