Pressing Ahead with a Carbon Constrained Future

Cap and trade may not pass in Congress, but the global warming movement is pressing ahead with a strategy for a carbon constrained future. Here’s the recent record. California rejected Prop 23, which means that AB32, the Global Warming Act Continue reading Pressing Ahead with a Carbon Constrained Future

Congress Threatens U.S. with Renewable Portfolio Standards

A few weeks ago, I outlined the three largest threats that could spring from this Congress because of CO2 emissions. One of these threats was that Congress would enact Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS). (Cap and trade was the greatest threat, Continue reading Congress Threatens U.S. with Renewable Portfolio Standards

Government to Grade Your Lifestyle

Given a straight forward assignment to design showroom stickers for automobiles that take into consideration the advent of electric vehicles, the EPA has gone to the extreme and proposed confusing monstrosities. The EPA has even gone so far as to Continue reading Government to Grade Your Lifestyle

Population Growth in America

Our growing population will continue to affect every segment of the economy and section of the country. This shouldn’t be of great concern as we have already experienced significant population growth. The population of the United States in 1940, at Continue reading Population Growth in America