A Best of: CO2 is Not the Enemy
State weighing carbon tax http://stjr.nl/1bWGSVR
Oregon Spends $200,000 to Figure Out How to Impose a Carbon Tax (ATR - Americans for Tax Reform)
HB2345 2013 Leg session TrackThierVote http://bit.ly/1jqMzFv
No nay votes in House or Senate https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2013R1/Measures/Overview/HB2345
This bill changed the name from West Coast Critical Infrastructure Exchange to Oregon Innovation in Infrastructure Task Force. Declares emergency, effective on passage
This week: In economics there’s a principle known as “opportunity cost.” Simply put, it’s what else could we have spent our money on? Let’s say you’re the government and you had 70 billion dollars. One choice would be to not collect the money at all and leave it in private industry. That’s enough for 280,000 new jobs for five years. Or you could have spent it on a 2,000 mile, state of the art, border fence. At 7 billion dollars, that means you could have built not just one but 10 border fences. Or you could have given it to the Small Business Administration that would increase their measly $810 million budget by a factor of 17.
But that’s not what our government did. Instead from 2008 to 2013, our government spent $70 billion on climate change. And what did we get?
This week on the I Spy Radio Show we talk with Dr. Don Easterbrook who recently testified before the Washington State Senate about the fraud of global warming. Tune in to hear how he completely destroys the theory that CO2 is our enemy. Or how within two hours of his devastating, legislative testimony, his own university issued a press release trying to smear him. And listen to find out what NASA did to falsify their data.
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I Spy Radio---We Start a New Series with Dr. Tim Ball
I Spy Radio---Slaying the Monster: The EPA
I Spy Radio---Suing the EPA
I Spy Radio---The Problem with Government "Planning"
I Spy Radio---The Fiscal Cliff: To Jump or Not to Jump
PERS---Worse than Fuzzy Math: It’s Fictional
ISpy Radio---Finding Our Way Out
ISpy Radio---The Inside Story
I-Spy Radio---No Change in the Next Four Years Puts Agriculture at Risk and Maybe Out of Business
I Spy Radio---Free Market Systems vs.Socialized Medicine