Americans are being inundated with claims about renewable and alternative energy. Advocates for these technologies say that if we jettison fossil fuels, we'll breathe easier, stop global warming and revolutionize our economy. Yes, "green" energy has great emotional and political appeal. But before we wrap all our hopes -- and subsidies -- in it, let's take a hard look at some common misconceptions about what "green" means.Read entire article
Harrison Ford to Green Critics: 'I’ll Walk Everywhere When They Walk Everywhere,' 'I Only Fly One' of My 7 Planes 'At A Time'
Actor, environmental activist and pilot Harrison Ford, who owns seven airplanes, told his environmental critics that he will "start walking everywhere when they start walking everywhere.” Ford spoke on Capitol Hill on Tuesday about general aviation at an event sponsored by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. In reference to his environmental detractors who criticize his ownership of seven airplanes, CNSNews.com asked Ford if his green activism coupled with his flying was a “contradiction.” Ford said, "They’re quite right. I’ll start walking everywhere when they start walking everywhere."Read entire article
These Are Evil People
In "Greedy, Evil, and Green," economist Walter Williams offers sensible suggestions regarding the reality of the warming of the earth. The Global Warming Crisis is a religion, he says. Further, some of the people who are forcing their greedy green policies on the rest of us are evil.Read entire article
You might also like to see what the late Michael Crichton had to say about the environmental movement being a religion, complete with requirements for "salvation." Note that during his talk with students, one of them asks, "What caused you to be so prejudiced toward this religion?"