Here are some news items I thought would be of interest to you. Continue reading
Here is a roundup of items in the news that you may not heard about with my comments included for your consideration. Continue reading
Many of you will recall that I have long been a critic of the government’s implementation of Café standards calling for auto manufacturers to hit severe miles-per-gallon targets. Continue reading
“The GOP Has Its Own Nanny State Dream,” read the headline over a guest editorial by Catherine Rampell of the Washington Post. Obviously, the far-fetched headline caught my attention. Continue reading
I have not been very kind to Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in this blog and in previous op-eds. I was disappointed with his inability to accomplish things Republicans singled out in the 2012 election. It’s what angered voters, who now believe Donald Trump will be successful in making America great again. Continue reading
On Wednesday, I wrote about auto manufacturers having second thoughts about the EPA’s 2025 fuel efficiency standard they signed-on to in 2011, and the result of getting in bed with big government. They are forecasting difficulty in selling their cars – expected to cost some $6,000 more – in a market where low fuel prices prevail.
Now President Obama and his EPA have their sights set on the fossil fuel industry itself, making it even more difficult for auto makers to sell their cars. Continue reading
The fluff magazine, People, and other Hillary Clinton media backers, are giving her credit for making an apology to Bo Copley, a West Virginia coal miner, who confronted her over her March remarks at an Ohio town hall about putting coal miners and coal companies out of business. Not so. Continue reading
Regular readers of this blog will recall my frequent criticism of businesses that get in bed with big government. We’ve seen it with automobile manufacturers and café standards. We saw pharmaceuticals and various health entities support ObamaCare. And we’ve witnessed energy firms jump on the climate change train. Continue reading
When I saw the photograph of people waiting in line at the Scottsdale Fashion Square mall (some since 3 a.m.) to put $1,000 down on a car they will not see for more than a year, the Tesla Model 3, a number of thoughts crossed my mind.
Who are these people, I thought, who would buy a pig in the poke? My father used to echo the saying, there’s a sucker born every minute, but I’m not sure these people fall in the category. They obviously have the money to do so. Continue reading
While President Obama supports the warming of global temperature scare being foisted upon us by environmentalists, the European financial sector has begun looking at the risks associated with the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions. Continue reading