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U.S. — Turbines boosting governments’ bank accounts

(More than likely, this explains the Ontario Liberals deep obsession to building more of these behemoths, when we already have a surplus of electricity in this province — DQ) Tracy Moss — The News Gazette — November 23, 2014 In its first year on the property tax rolls, the California Ridge wind farm contributed more than […]

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UK: Government is Ignoring Health Risks Associated with Wind Turbines

Phil Higham, Lanreath Western Morning News — October 15, 2014 Phil Goodwin’s article “Living near wind turbines may be risk to hearing” (of October 6) refers to a small but convincing study by scientists from Munich University published by the Royal Society. He reports: “The study found that the physical composition of the inner ear […]

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McGuinty Gov’t Changed Green Energy Rules to Benefit Liberal-linked Firms

Scott Stinson — National Post — June 8, 2014 A U.S. wind power developer that is seeking $653-million in damages under a NAFTA challenge accuses the government of Ontario of manipulating Green Energy Act rules to benefit the interests of Liberal-connected firms, according to court documents obtained by the National Post. The court filing, recently […]

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UK: Wind farm noise: a government cover-up

James Delingpole — The Telegraph (UK) — December 3, 2013 How good it was seeing wind industry skullduggery exposed on the front page of today’s Telegraph. But there’s plenty more where that came from, I can assure you. The way the noise regulations governing the wind industry have been rigged by vested interests is one […]

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How the Academic Governmental-Industrial Complex Stifles Scientific Innovation

John O’Sullivan — Principia Scientific — November 4, 2013 Across North America and elsewhere, independent scientists are increasingly worried that freedom of thought and discourse among fellow professionals is under grave threat. One such scientist who has long endured attack on his academic freedom is Dr. David Rasnick. Rasnick is a chemist and biologist noted for […]

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Government, Weather and Climate Science is a Proven Disaster

Dr. Tim Ball — June 26, 2013 “It occurred to me…” At what point does the thick skin required for leadership become completely insensitive? Barack Obama’s draconian plan to stop climate change is based on the certainty of forecasts of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) under the control of the World Meteorological […]

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Danish Government Dumps Onshore Wind

Citizens’ Task Force on Wind — June 25, 2013 This is worth noting given how the wind industry and their sock puppets at the so called and on-the-take environmental groups in Maine like to cite Denmark as a shining role model of wind power. DONG is 76% owned by the Danish government. “”Every time we […]

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Wind Energy: “The Biggest Government sponsored fraud in history — rife with “manipulation, intimidation, lies and cover-up”

James Delingpole — The Australian — June 18, 2013 SINCE 2007, household electricity prices in Australia have risen by more than 40 per cent and by next year are projected to rise by around about 30 per cent. If this bothers you then the place you should be today is Canberra, joining the people’s revolution […]

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Come the Revolution

Steve Campbell — County Live.ca — June 11, 2013 This is not a column about Industrial Wind Turbines. Sort of. And it’s not a column about the rape and death of PEC Memorial Hospital. Sort of. It’s a story about what has gone wrong with Ontario and Canada. If you’re an innocent man standing at […]

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Government: Eagle deaths from wind turbines are a justifiable trade off

Dina Cappiello — Associated Press — May 14, 2013 Watch video here:   http://news.yahoo.com/video/wind-energy-push-leaves-trail-112548725.html CONVERSE COUNTY, Wyo. (AP) — It happens about once a month here, on the barren foothills of one of America’s green-energy boomtowns: A soaring golden eagle slams into a wind farm’s spinning turbine and falls, mangled and lifeless, to the ground. […]

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FOI Reveals Ontario Government Reviewing Options to Downsize Wind Development

from Tom Adams Energy (as posted by Wind Concerns Ontario) 6 May 2013, 1:32 pm Documents obtained through Freedom of Information, although heavily redacted, reveal that late last year the Ontario government was looking for options to downsize its troubled wind power development program and also trying to cover its tracks. One option the government […]

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Baffled German Government Concedes “Global Warming Has Stopped”

P. Gosselin — NoTricksZone — May 5, 2013 Green Radio of the Umweltbundesamt – UBA – (German Federal Department of the Environment) recently had a radio interview with Henrik Kirchhof, some climate expert for the UBA I guess. Topic: Why has there been no warming in 15 years? The German government finally concedes. The host of the interview starts by telling the audience that […]

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Green Energy Act: Ontario government still sees no evil

Ross R. McKitrick and Kenneth P. Green — Toronto Sun — April 27, 2013 Earlier this month the Fraser Institute published a report sharply critical of one of the flagship policies of the Ontario government, the Green Energy Act (GEA). We found the Act is costing Ontario over $5 billion annually but yields negligible environmental […]

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The Mess Ontario’s Liberal Government Has Made Of Advancing The Cause Of Green Energy

Tip of the hat to The Big Green Lie Doug Draper — Niagara at Large — April 17, 2013 Dalton McGuinty may be gone, but the ghost of his arrogance and lack of care for the concerns of ordinary continues to haunt us around trying to build a less costly, environmentally friendly energy future. McGuinty, […]

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Government bureaucrats delay life-saving road projects, but let wind turbines butcher bats

From WattsUpWithThat — April 7, 2013 Paul Driessen and James H. Rust Georgia residents recently learned that arare bat has stalled state highway improvements. The May 2012 sighting of an endangered Indiana brown bat in a northern Georgia tree has triggered federal regulations requiring that state road projects not “harm, kill or harass” bats. Even […]

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