Daily Archives: September 30, 2012

Originally posted on Real Science:
Guest post by Joe Bastardi ——————————————————————– This is precisely what I was bringing up in the heat of the summer when the AGW Drivellers were using the heat wave over the US, like they used…

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Originally posted on suyts space:
  First of all, let me clearly state that I don’t think much of this issue.  I don’t think it is an issue.  But, if the world is going to argue about sea ice, it…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
Romm writes of an “Epic Dust Bowl”, only he seems to have missed the part about the dust. The US corn crop in 2012 is forecast to be the eighth largest on record. The 2012…

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Assessing the Department of Energy Loan Guarantee Program | Mercatus

In his famous book Economics in One Lesson, economist Henry Hazlitt wrote, “Government encouragement to business is sometimes as much to be feared as government hostility.”[1] In 2009, renewable energy company Solyndra received $535 million through the federally backed 1705 … Continue reading

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Who Benefits from the Department of Energy’s Loan Guarantee Program? | Mercatus

Who Benefits from the Department of Energy’s Loan Guarantee Program? Veronique de Rugy | Jun 19, 2012 The failure of energy company Solyndra has focused public attention on the loan guarantee programs of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). This … Continue reading

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