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Monthly Archives: August 2017


A Free Market Mission Statement (draft principles)

“History shows that private property rights, market exchange, and the rule of law have resulted in affordable energy, improved living standards, and a healthier environment.” “Government policies should be transparent, predictable, simple, and impartial toward all citizens and businesses. Such…

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ROADS POLLUTION HEALTH ISSUE IS JUST A COVER FOR THE CO2 REDUCTION NONSENSE

Look at this chart showing which vehicles produce the most nitrogen oxides and you can see clearly that petrol vehicles (8%) produce far less than diesels (37%), and yet the government want to phase out both at the same time. They…

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US Nuclear Comeback Stalls as Two Reactors Are Abandoned

South Carolina utilities said on Monday they are abandoning two unfinished reactors that were once hailed as the start of a U.S. nuclear power renaissance before they were dogged by billions of dollars in cost overruns. The reactors were proposed…

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Green Activists Face Jail If They Obstruct Shale Development

Ineos has won a High Court injunction against unlawful protests at its UK shale gas sites in an escalation of the industry’s battle with anti-fracking activists. The ruling will put protesters in contempt of court if they cause any obstruction…

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