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Oregon Bureaucrats Target Wood Stoves Again
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Oregon Bureaucrats Target Wood Stoves Again

One of the fondest memories of my childhood, growing up in the idyllic countryside of Connecticut, was the crisp air of autumn days, the smell of dried leaves from the maple and walnut trees on our farm, and the crackle of a fire in our woodstove or fireplace warming our colonial era home.

10/24/2013
Washers That Don’t Wash and Dryers That Don’t Dry
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Washers That Don’t Wash and Dryers That Don’t Dry

We had to replace our 12-year-old washer and dryer a while back.“What a compelling lead sentence, Jon! I can’t wait to see how this cliffhanger ends!” Don’t worry, I’ll get to the point soon.

09/18/2013
EPA SWAT Team Raids Remote Alaska Community
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EPA SWAT Team Raids Remote Alaska Community

Chicken, Alaska is a tiny community 30 miles west of the Canadian border and about 300 miles east from Fairbanks. With an official population of 7, Chicken has no electrical service, telephones or central plumbing.

09/17/2013
It's Not Gridlock That is Blocking a Carbon Tax, It's Science and Economics
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It's Not Gridlock That is Blocking a Carbon Tax, It's Science and Economics

This is an open letter to William D. Ruckelshaus, Lee M. Thomas, William K. Reilly and Christine Todd Whitman. You, the former directors of the EPA who were appointed by Republican presidents, recently wrote an op-ed in the New York Times titled, A Republican Case for Climate Action.

08/23/2013
Bonfire of Insanity
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Bonfire of Insanity

I have great news, readers; California appears to be doing incredibly well.

07/11/2013
"Green" Cars Aren't as Clean as Promoted
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"Green" Cars Aren't as Clean as Promoted

The American government loves electric cars. President Obama dreams of having a million of them on our roads, and our government is actively promoting them. While picking winners and losers, the government has used taxpayer money to back quite a few losers over the years.

07/02/2013
Evidence Mounts That Coal Exports Create Jobs With Minimal Environmental Impact
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Evidence Mounts That Coal Exports Create Jobs With Minimal Environmental Impact

In my continuing series exploring the economic benefits of opening up coal export terminals in the Pacific Northwest, I've delved into many of the counter-arguments by environmentalists and found them

05/28/2013
Big Government Is Killing Green Energy
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Big Government Is Killing Green Energy

I trek across Iowa at least three or four times per year, and one sight has come to define the state for me: miles upon miles of (largely government-incentivized) wind turbines. Iowa’s wind power accounts for 20% of the state’s total energy output, putting them in third place behind Texas and California in capitalizing on what some see as the wave of the future: renewable energy. 

04/22/2013
The Environmentalist Religion
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The Environmentalist Religion

I’m an avowed skeptic on anthropogenic climate change. Sure, humans might be responsible for some negligible shift in global temperatures. But these feeble contributions pale in comparison to those caused by the sun (e.g., changes in solar radiation) and earth (e.g., volcanic activity, weather patterns). I also believe that the climate is supposed to vary over time; this is to be expected, not feared. 

02/13/2013
Snow, Not Apocalypse
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Snow, Not Apocalypse

We’ve been here before. A storm bears down on the media centers of the east coast. Reporters don silly parkas, galosh into the tempest and offer apocalyptic sermons about climate change. “Repent! The End is Nigh!”Because who would expect the northeast to get snow in February — it’s unheard of!When I mock this predictable alarmism, Twitter lefties are quick to attack my blasphemy. “Y u hate sceince?! stoopid rethuglican!!1!” says an engaging fellow with an egg avatar and no followers. Yes, your piercing logic has swayed my scientific understanding, @m1tts4tard.

02/10/2013

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