Daily Archives: November 11, 2012

My Revenue Neutral Carbon Tax Proposal

I propose eliminating the EPA and all income tax, in exchange for a $20/gallon gasoline tax levied on people who believe that global warming is a serious problem. That would kill multiple birds with one stone.

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Obama/Gilliard Say No To A Carbon Tax

President Obama has no plans to propose a tax on carbon emissions, a White House official said. “The Administration has not proposed nor is planning to propose a carbon tax,” the official said. White House says Obama is not planning … Continue reading

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Institutional Stupidity In Soccer Defense

Spurs are beating City at halftime, for the same reason that Aston Villa lost yesterday. There is no sane reason to play an offsides trap on a set piece. Defenders should be running away from the goal, not towards it. … Continue reading

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New York Times : Carbon Tax Will Reduce Taxes And Increase Personal Freedom

The Most Sensible Tax of All The United States should jump at the chance to adopt a similar revenue-neutral tax swap. It’s an opportunity to reduce existing taxes, clean up the environment and increase personal freedom and energy security. A … Continue reading

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Washington Post Endorses A Carbon Tax To Prevent Hurricane Sandy

The Post is telling Obama to pull a Julia Gilliard, and implement a carbon tax after the election. The Post’s View The carbon tax EARLY WEDNESDAY, delivering his victory speech in Chicago, President Obama elevated an issue that had hardly … Continue reading

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1849 Superstorm Constantinople

Experts tell us that hurricanes combined with snowstorms are a new phenomena caused by your SUV. DESTRUCTIVE HURRICANE AT CONSTANTINOPLE. In a letter dated Constantinople, Jun. 7, we find the following :—” On the 3rd of this month we had here one … Continue reading

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Sea Level To Rise More Than Four Feet In Seattle

Parts of Puget Sound could rise 2 feet Scientists offer projections on higher sea level January 17, 2008 A study released Thursday by scientists with the University of Washington and state Department of Ecology could help answer that question. In … Continue reading

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