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Elephants Showed Up After the “Elephant Whisperer” Died

Written by Gary North on November 19, 2012

How would Darwin have explained this? Back in March, Lawrence Anthony, a conservationist and author known as “The Elephant Whisperer”, passed away. After his death, although they were not alerted to the event, a group of wild elephants Anthony helped to rescue and rehabilitate travelled to his house in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. […]

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Irrefutable Data: Global Warming Stopped in 1997

Written by Gary North on November 15, 2012

London’s Mail Online ran an article on a government report that has received almost no attention. It was released by the Met Office, shorthand for the United Kingdom’s meteorological center. For those of us who have always suspected thatt he global warming movement was based on bad computer models, insufficient evidence, and a desire to […]

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Dead Battery: $129 Million Federal Grant Short Circuits

Written by Gary North on November 1, 2012

A battery manufacturing company has declared bankruptcy, taking $249 million on Obamagrants with it. It was clean energy: clean gone. It was green energy: $129 million worth. The company created 408 new jobs. Those jobs are now gone, as is the company. The company? A123. I get it. “Pouring money down a rat hole is […]

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Christians in Conflict: Greens vs. Contractualists

Written by Gary North on October 23, 2012

The Greens have recruited an interfaith council of liberal Jews, liberal Protestants, liberal Orthodox, and Liberal Roman Catholics. These people have formed an organization to make big civil government even more intrusive in our lives. This is The National Religious Partnership for the Environment. There is a rival organization of conservative, Bible-believing activists, whose economics […]

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Taxpayers in a Cage: Federally Funded Robot Squirrels

Written by Gary North on October 23, 2012

Maybe you are interested in the relationship between squirrels and rattlesnakes. But probably not. Maybe you think the federal government should subsidize this research. But probably not. Researchers whose salaries are paid for by the taxpayers of California are now investigating the squirrel-snake connection by means of robot squirrels. “No,” you say. “This is just […]

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Dead Battery: Furloughed Workers in an Obama Green Energy Factory

Written by Gary North on October 12, 2012

The Obama Administration’s Department of Energy put up $150 million to help fund a company that promised to produce batteries for the Chevy Volt car. You know: the hybrid car produced by the federally bailed-out General Motors company. Problem: Nobody wants to buy Chevy Volts. So, Chevrolet is not ordering batteries. So far, the plant […]

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How the EPA Runs Experiments That Threaten the Subjects’ Health, Which They Are Not Told

Written by Gary North on October 4, 2012

The Environmental  Protection Agency surely did not protect this man’s environment. A former student at the University of North Carolina has come forward publicly to call attention to the disturbing experiments the Environmental Protection Agency has conducted – and is likely still performing – at its Human Studies Facilityin Chapel Hill, N.C. . . . […]

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