Understanding Workplace Violence

If you shout Islamic epithets while gunning down US soldiers eating lunch, that is workplace violence.

But if you raise food in Nevada on land your family has worked for 140 years, you are a terrorist.



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Global Warming – Without The Warming Part

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US Midwest Having The Coldest Start To The Year On Record

2014 is almost one-third over, and so far has been the coldest start to the year on record in the US midwest.

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Life In Green Hell

I live in the middle of a fracking gas field. Our electricity comes from a coal fired power plant 20 miles away, and coal death trains pass through Fort Collins several times a day.

The environment here is very clean, and I would be willing to bet that 95% of the people who live here don’t even know about the power plant. Everything is perfect, yet greens find a way to get hysterical – over imaginary demons which have occupied their minds.

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1936 Zane Grey Film About Joining The BLM

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The Progressive View Of Science

Shut up! If scientists want you to be a slave, you can’t argue with them. It is for your own good.

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If Greens Have Their Way, We Won’t Have An Environment

Fear of a harmless trace gas has driven the environmental movement completely insane.

Birds going up in smoke at Ivanpah solar project

A new report from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has labeled BrightSource Energy’s Ivanpah project a “mega-trap” for insects and birds that may get singed or in some cases, burned alive flying through the intense solar radiation reflecting off the thousands of mirrors surrounding three solar towers at the plant in eastern San Bernardino County.

The Center for Biological Diversity posted the report to the California Energy Commission website on Monday as part of its testimony opposing BrightSource’s 500-megawatt Palen project, located east of the Coachella Valley, which would use similar technology — soaring solar towers surrounded by thousands of reflecting mirrors.


h/t to Eric Simpson

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