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Friday, March 29, 2013

Isn't This Murder

Call me slow but its my understanding that this is pretty much murder or did I miss something here. And make no mistake obama supports it.

Friday, March 8, 2013

Yee Ha


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R Paul
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Wednesday, March 6, 2013


Senator Rand Paul Kentucky is entering his 9'th hour of a Senate filibuster. Senator Paul is holding up Senate conformation of John Brennan for CIA director and vows to speak until Barack Obama himself declares that he has no authority to launch a drone strike on an American citizen on American soil without a trial, a warrant or charges filed.

UPDATE.... 13'th hour ....history is being made

UPDATE...coming up on 11 hours


Kerry Stammers: 'Can't Answer' Why No One Allowed To Interview Benghazi Survivors

Congressman: Hospitalized Benghazi Survivors Using Aliases

Libyan officials warned Washington D.C. that an attack on the consulate was imminent days before the attack

Internal Government Email: Make Sequester Cuts As Painful As Possible

Reuters poll: Obama approval drops to 43%

Obama Cuts White House Tours Due to Sequester Cuts …(Volunteers Do the Tours)

Eric Holder: Drone strikes against Americans on U.S. soil are legal

Lawyer: State's main witness in George Zimmerman murder case lied

D.C. snow storm buries climate change hearing

Monday, March 4, 2013

Liberals Green Energy Pooping Unicorn Fails Or The Mad Rush Back To The Stone Age Falters

Sometimes ya just have to snicker. Obama has dumped billions into this idiocy and California leads the nation in green efforts and it seems that the best they have been able to do is insure that there will be brown outs and blacks outs. You can rest assured however that they will double down on this and spend even more of our money to prop green energy up and we will soon be cooking our nightly meals over Buffalo poop.

California’s “Green Energy” Completely Fails to Power State

Posted by     Monday, March 4, 2013 at 8:30am
As a result, as an environmental health and safety specialist, I began including information on handing power outages into company safety manuals.
Now, thanks to “Green Energy”, it looks like I am going to have to revamp those sections. Wayne Lusvardi of Cal Watchdog has the details:
At a special meeting of California energy companies and regulators held Feb. 26, Todd Strauss of Pacific Gas & Electric saw the possibility of state power blackouts emerging in 2013 to 2015.  The reason is that it has suddenly dawned on state power regulators that green power has resulted in a precarious lack of system flexibility in the state’s power grid.
Said Steve Berberich, the head of the California Independent System Operator, “The problem is we have a system now that needs flexibility, not capacity.”
The blackouts during the the California electricity crisis of 2000-01 were caused by a lack of sufficient energy capacity. But now, what experts at Feb. 26 meeting agreed is that any future state energy crisis likely will come from lack of system flexibility.  The diminishing flexibility is a result of the state’s 2011 mandate, signed by Gov. Jerry Brown, that 33 percent of all energy must be from green power sources by 2020.
Lusvardi discusses what a loss of system flexibility means to California’s energy grid:
What flexibility means is the need for more power plants with the capability to ramp power up or down quickly to respond to vacillations in green power when the wind doesn’t blow or the sun doesn’t shine. Coal power plants cannot typically respond fast enough to provide backup power. So this means that greater reliance on natural gas-fired power plants.
The future problem for California is that it does not have the right mix of types of power plants and new environmental regulations are forcing either closure or expensive upgrades to its coastal power plants that rely on ocean water for cooling steam generators.
And since the green-backed politicos in this state frown upon “brown energy”, solutions that enhance flexibility are unlikely to be implemented.
However, this is not the only area in which “green energy” has failed to perform. In his 5-part series on “California in Crisis“, Washington Examiner Senior Editorial Writer Conn Carrol notes that the green industry has been a jobs bust.
But all these new green energy programs must at least be creating thousands of new green jobs, right? Wrong. According to the best numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, fewer than 2,500 green jobs have been created in California since 2010. Compare that with the more than 556,000 jobs that California has added in total since the recession ended in June 2009.
Here is a graphic that compares “Green” California with “Brown” Texas, which has aggressively removed obstacles to private-sector development of fossil fuel resources:
It looks like when it comes to power sources, California has chosen unwisely.
But, at least we have some excellent surf and a lot of sunshine, as it looks like we will be outdoors with no jobs to go to!!!
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H/T Legal Iinsurrection

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Obama Fiddles While The U.S. Burns According To Romney

I call it management by crisis and it seems to be the only model the obama administration operates under. Create a crisis or blow a minnor problem into a major problem then explot it for political gain while the nation pays the the price.