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Tangled in the “Grapevine”: Obama caught campaigning on misinformation?
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Tangled in the “Grapevine”: Obama caught campaigning on misinformation?

President Obama stopped in Annandale, Virginia this week to hold a town hall meeting with students and staff at Northern Virginia Community College.  He made some particularly interesting remarks in an attempt to connect the coal industry to the disease asthma.  In an attempt to defend greater regulation of coal based electric power production, the president claimed that coal emissions can cause the disease asthma.  This is simply not true as the actual cause of the disease is unknown. 

04/21/2011
Obama and the Bureaucrazies, Part 2: Health and Human Services
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Obama and the Bureaucrazies, Part 2: Health and Human Services

Obama and the BureaucraziesPart 2Health and Human Services and Styrene In late 2009, recently inaugurated President Obama stayed in campaign mode, making trips across the country to promote his $800 billion plus economic stimulus package.  The president made one town in particular his ground zero for the economic recovery: Elkhart, Indiana.  At the time, Elkhart had the nation’s highest unemployment rate, in the neighborhood of 15 percent.  Obama visited the town to make a major speech on the stimulus bill and continued to reference the dire situation the

04/19/2011
Obama and the Bureaucrazies, Part 1: the EPA
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Obama and the Bureaucrazies, Part 1: the EPA

Obama and the Bureaucrazies. Part 1 The EPA, Greenhouse Gases, and the Clean Air Act Recently, in the 112th Congress, Rep.

04/14/2011
Cleaner Air, Lighter Wallets?
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Cleaner Air, Lighter Wallets?

When it comes to the EPA, even cleaner air can be bad news.  The Environmental Protection Agency has recently released this chart: 

04/05/2011
Too Much Green For Green
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Too Much Green For Green

A major focus of the Obama Administration and many on the left is creating “green” energy energy alternatives to both help reduce the emission of greenhouse gases and reduce the United States’ dependence on foreign energy sources. While this sounds good at face value, we must consider a few different issues: the cost of green energy, the capacity of green energy, and finally the impact that green energy subsidies will have on greenhouse gas emissions.  By all measures, green subsidies fall short.

03/22/2011

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