Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Can Green Schemes Survive at All?

The CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is asking people not to buy his company's electric car for the very simple reason that selling each car will cost his company $14,000. This is despite heavy government subsidies for such premature pieces of technology. The British government is planning to cut subsidies for solar panels because of how they blight the landscape. Washington DC's supposedly new energy-efficient buildings actually use more energy than before. Medical experts are warning that new low energy light bulbs can cause everything from blindness, sunburn, premature skin aging, to skin cancer. Finally, I am pleased to report that animal rights extremists have been fined nearly $16 million for defaming the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.

The Latest Obama Lie Exposed

Obama lied about returning 5% of his salary to the Treasury in solidarity with federal workers who were furloughed during government shutdown.

Obama's Diplomacy Suffers Another Setback

For if the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle?
- 1 Corinthians 14:8

There, in a nutshell, explains so much of Obama's foreign policy failures. The Obama regime's Venezuela sanctions are much like his foreign policy elsewhere: Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. (Shakespeare's Macbeth, Act V, scene 5) Those sanctions were designed to accomplish very little. Why should anyone follow someone whose greatest ambition is to stay behind? As I've always said, those who wish to stay behind will be left behind.

What Does Not Kill You, Extends Your Longevity

Animals that could not make pain-sensing protein called TRPV1 were ‘exceptionally long lived’. Not only was life 14 per cent longer, but it was also healthier.

They developed cancer less often and their memory faded less with age.

They seemed to be able to burn off calories without exercising more than usual and their metabolism, including their ability to process sugar remained youthful late in life.
This could cut the risk of diabetes, the journal Cell reports.