Day: November 9, 2015

Game of Loans

“Why does student debt keep going up and up even as it’s harder and harder to find a good job with a college degree? And why does it seem that the more aid the government and colleges give, the less it helps? Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, shows how politicians and universities have …

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New Hampshire Joins 18 State Coalition Looking to Screw the Rest of the Nation

On November 4th the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office issued a press release announcing that it will join “24 States, Cities, and counties” in defense of  the EPA’s clean power plan (CPP). There are 18 states involved in this ‘defense’ posture, half of whom are already bound up by a the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. These RGGI …

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‘Fossil Fuel Free’ Challenge

Over at the Western Energy Alliance Web site they offer a simple ‘Fossil Fuel Free’ Challenge for anyone who thinks they get through a day without fossil fuels. Good luck. You’re going to need it.    

GrokTALK! Tim Wigley – Western Energy Alliance

Tim Wigley from the Western Energy Alliance joins us to talk EPA intrusion, the Clean Power Plan, regulatory impact on jobs and energy costs, and the need to push back against federal land grabs. The  entire podcast is available here. GrokTALK! is a Mobile-Ready Broadcast  

Portland, Maine Rejects Min. Wage Hike to 15.00/Hour

A ballot initiative in Portland Maine to increase the minimum wage to $15.00 per hour failed last Tuesday. What makes this defeat so instructive is that Portland IS the Democrat Mecca of Maine. Forty-seven percent are registered Democrat. Six percent of its voters are members of the Green Party.  In the last election for governor …

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