So Many Seem to Love Suicide These Days…
Bill Quick

The Z Blog | Sports, Culture and Other Stuff That’s the irony of the green energy movement. Even if the significant scientific hurdles can be overcome for things like solar and wind, the greens will scuttle the projects anyway. The same … Continue reading

Never Interrupt the Democrats When They’re Busy Committing Suicide
Bill Quick

The Democrats’ Green/Blue Divide | City Journal Blue-collar union leaders—already furious over the Obama administration’s scuttling of the Keystone XL pipeline and Hillary Clinton’s vow to shut down the coal industry—took another hit earlier this month, when the Democratic Party … Continue reading

Neca Eos Omens
Bill Quick

UK Hydrogen Madness: “Does the Committee on Climate Change want to blow us all up?” | Watts Up With That? Most UK households use natural gas for home heating, largely because green policy inflated electricity costs are so high. But … Continue reading

It All Hangs Together
Bill Quick

Greens Push UK Power Grid to Brink of Collapse – The American Interest This is the sort of problem that will naturally arise in any country that tries to rush through a transition towards cleaner, greener energy sources. In the … Continue reading

The Progressive Greens and Cultural Suicide
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China’s Planned City Bubble Is About to Pop—and Even You’ll Feel It | Newgeography.com At the same time, China’s response to these soaring prices has been to limit demand, but there’s little effort to liberalize land use that would allow … Continue reading

It Takes An Idiot to Raise An Idiot
Bill Quick

Bidding My College-Bound Son Good Riddance – Pacific Standard I can do nothing right in my teenage son’s eyes. He grills me about the distance traveled of each piece of fruit and every vegetable I purchase. He interrogates me about … Continue reading

Just Tell Them to Bite You, Amazon
Bill Quick

Amazon hopes to mend its image by backing a giant solar farm Amazon has a reputation problem. While fellow tech giants like Apple and Yahoo are considered champions of clean energy, Greenpeace and other advocacy groups regularly knock Amazon for … Continue reading