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Disarming the Alarmists: Climate-change Myth Takes Three More Hits

Selwyn Duke — New American — January 8, 2016 It’s no wonder climate alarmists are getting hot under the collar, proposing measures such as imprisoning climate realists. Because, increasingly, the facts are not intersecting with their agenda. And 2016 is providing no respite, with, reports Investor’s Business Daily (IBD), three more global-warming stories that no […]

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Scotland — The Myth of Green Energy

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The (Stubborn) Myth Of Green Energy Investing

Lou Basenese — Seeking Alpha — December 17, 2012 People can “go green” all they want. After all, America is still the land of the free. But I just don’t recommend that investors do it. And that’s not because I’ve got something against the tree-hugger mentality. I actually consider people’s near-religious passion to improve energy […]

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The Myth of European wind energy

Wesley Coopersmith — Freedom Works — August 8, 2012 Many proponents of wind energy, including our current president, point to Europe as an example of how successful the wind industry can be if only given a chance in America. But how well is the wind industry really doing in Europe? Germany leads Europe as the number […]

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