America, it was good to know you

So what’s next for America after the almost inevitable collapse?

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Repeating the BIG LIE

They say that if you repeat a lie often enough, especially a big lie – a whopper, people will eventually believe it. Evidently, this is the ploy used by the liars who continue to push the myth, hoax, fairy tale, fantasy, fable, that is man-made global warming, aka climate change. It doesn’t matter how many [...]

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The global warming house of cards continues to crumble

The reason that the establishment holds on so tightly to the current “climate change” narrative to promote this scam is because the economic infrastructure that allows frauds like Al Gore to make hundreds of millions of dollars is pretty much already in place.

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John McCain: Sleeping with the enemy

Frankly, I don’t give a rat’s ass if Muslims are being oppressed by their totalitarian governments!

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Still no gasoline in NYC

And the Obama administration is doing such a great job dealing with the aftermath of Sandy – yeah right!

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Posted by admin · November 5, 2012 · Category: Election 2012,Energy · Comments Off

Government regulations contributing to high gas prices – especially in California

Predictably, California has the most radical environmental standards for gasoline blends.

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Posted by admin · October 8, 2012 · Category: Economy,Energy,Global Warming · Comments Off

Romney needs to go on an all-out offensive on gasoline prices

The American people also need to be reminded, again, how solar energy is not a viable, cost effective alternative – especially for the middle class. They need to be reminded, again, of Obama’s shameless and disastrous cronyism with companies like Solyndra.

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Posted by admin · October 7, 2012 · Category: Crony Capitalism,Election 2012,Energy · Comments Off

In Obama’s perfect world…

When people don’t have the freedom and means to just hop into a car and leave a certain area, they are a lot easier to control.

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Posted by admin · May 22, 2012 · Category: Economy,Energy,Politics · Comments (2)