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Business & Economics

The 2009 Wacky Warning Label Contest results are in!

To the joy of connoisseurs everywhere, the winners of the annual Wacky Warning Label Contest have just been announced. A toilet seat that attaches to a trailer hitch has gained national recognition — for a warning label that says you’d better not use it while the vehicle is moving. “The ...
Environment

The Killers & Kooks of Earth Day

BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Now, we’ve just honored some great people on Earth Day, but here is a story from some newspaper called The Bulletin. It is an American paper, I guess it’s Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Bulletin. “Today is Earth Day, a holiday created to honor the planet and to raise ...
Environment

Earth Day Update: Green Without Government

It’s the day of the year that the world celebrates being green and there’s certainly a lot to be “green” about today. The Pacific Research Institute and the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) published their yearly Index of Leading Environmental Indicators showing major progress in cleaner air and safe drinking water. ...
Climate Change

The Annual Green Orgy: Earth Day

On Earth Day we will have been engulfed by the avalanche of “Green” propaganda that preceded it, fills the day, and then continues relentlessly thereafter. When I say “propaganda”, I am being polite. Much of the foundation of the environmental movement is pure lies, mind boggling distortions of questionable “science”, ...
Commentary

Save Capitalism

Investor’s Business Daily, April 21, 2009 The Environment: Wednesday’s airwaves, print media, cable news shows and Webosphere will be filled with nonsense about the scourge of capitalism, corporations and humanity. All of it will ignore the real truth. Buried beneath all the badgering and fear-mongering about lavish Western lifestyles is ...
Agriculture

The Libertarian Perspective On California Water

Secure private property rights in all water, combined with full-cost pricing in free water markets, is the best (and indeed only) way to match California’s vast water supplies to its growing water demands. In practice, this means ending the subsidies that make water for agriculture cost ten times less than ...
Climate Change

Watermelon Environmentalism, Green on the Outside, Red on the Inside

President Obama, who wants to emphasize science, has chosen Carol Browner for his “Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change,” a new post being dubbed the “Climate Czar.” Browner’s recent career will be of interest to Americans struggling with a weak economy and cold weather. Carol Browner is ...
Commentary

Wishy-Washy Wrangling over Water Works

Before the end of 2008, the Delta Vision Committee will send Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger a Bay-Delta Conservation Plan, “one of the most ambitious infrastructure and habitat restoration projects ever proposed in America,” according to news reports. The plan will restore the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, a prime source of drinking water ...
Commentary

Why Water Markets Should be Part of the “Vision” for the Delta, and All of California

SACRAMENTO – Before the end of 2008, the Delta Vision Committee will send Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger a Bay-Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP), “one of the most ambitious infrastructure and habitat restoration projects ever proposed in America,” according to news reports, to restore the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, a prime source of drinking ...
Commentary

PRI Report Shows California’s Water Problems Are Mostly Due to Uneven Distribution, Not Lack of Supply

PRI Report Shows California’s Water Problems Are Mostly Due to Uneven Distribution, Not Lack of Supply San Francisco – California should lift bans and restrictions to help alleviate the water distribution problem, according to Go with the Flow: Why water markets can solve California’s water crisis, a Pacific Research Institute ...
Business & Economics

The 2009 Wacky Warning Label Contest results are in!

To the joy of connoisseurs everywhere, the winners of the annual Wacky Warning Label Contest have just been announced. A toilet seat that attaches to a trailer hitch has gained national recognition — for a warning label that says you’d better not use it while the vehicle is moving. “The ...
Environment

The Killers & Kooks of Earth Day

BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Now, we’ve just honored some great people on Earth Day, but here is a story from some newspaper called The Bulletin. It is an American paper, I guess it’s Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Bulletin. “Today is Earth Day, a holiday created to honor the planet and to raise ...
Environment

Earth Day Update: Green Without Government

It’s the day of the year that the world celebrates being green and there’s certainly a lot to be “green” about today. The Pacific Research Institute and the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) published their yearly Index of Leading Environmental Indicators showing major progress in cleaner air and safe drinking water. ...
Climate Change

The Annual Green Orgy: Earth Day

On Earth Day we will have been engulfed by the avalanche of “Green” propaganda that preceded it, fills the day, and then continues relentlessly thereafter. When I say “propaganda”, I am being polite. Much of the foundation of the environmental movement is pure lies, mind boggling distortions of questionable “science”, ...
Commentary

Save Capitalism

Investor’s Business Daily, April 21, 2009 The Environment: Wednesday’s airwaves, print media, cable news shows and Webosphere will be filled with nonsense about the scourge of capitalism, corporations and humanity. All of it will ignore the real truth. Buried beneath all the badgering and fear-mongering about lavish Western lifestyles is ...
Agriculture

The Libertarian Perspective On California Water

Secure private property rights in all water, combined with full-cost pricing in free water markets, is the best (and indeed only) way to match California’s vast water supplies to its growing water demands. In practice, this means ending the subsidies that make water for agriculture cost ten times less than ...
Climate Change

Watermelon Environmentalism, Green on the Outside, Red on the Inside

President Obama, who wants to emphasize science, has chosen Carol Browner for his “Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change,” a new post being dubbed the “Climate Czar.” Browner’s recent career will be of interest to Americans struggling with a weak economy and cold weather. Carol Browner is ...
Commentary

Wishy-Washy Wrangling over Water Works

Before the end of 2008, the Delta Vision Committee will send Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger a Bay-Delta Conservation Plan, “one of the most ambitious infrastructure and habitat restoration projects ever proposed in America,” according to news reports. The plan will restore the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, a prime source of drinking water ...
Commentary

Why Water Markets Should be Part of the “Vision” for the Delta, and All of California

SACRAMENTO – Before the end of 2008, the Delta Vision Committee will send Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger a Bay-Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP), “one of the most ambitious infrastructure and habitat restoration projects ever proposed in America,” according to news reports, to restore the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, a prime source of drinking ...
Commentary

PRI Report Shows California’s Water Problems Are Mostly Due to Uneven Distribution, Not Lack of Supply

PRI Report Shows California’s Water Problems Are Mostly Due to Uneven Distribution, Not Lack of Supply San Francisco – California should lift bans and restrictions to help alleviate the water distribution problem, according to Go with the Flow: Why water markets can solve California’s water crisis, a Pacific Research Institute ...
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