Saturday, March 09, 2013


This picture with this statement was posted on Facebook.  There are a ton of implications all of them false.


I read the article from which this broad pronouncement came and it makes me cringe. I love the way  green-energy articles are written.  The writer makes it sound as though this solar energy  could be produced in sufficient quantities to replace other forms of energy.   However, a careful reading of the first paragraph illustrates the problem. The solar plant could only produce these numbers on two days, and only during the "midday hours at a certain time of year."  Which means that it could produce that energy for only a few hours per day.  Assume that it was for four hours.  Unfortunately, we have a 24-hour day, half of which is essentially without sunlight at the location listed.

The author also fails to take into account the transportation industry and also fails to identify the nuclear power plants to which he is comparing output.  France gets nearly 80 percent of its energy from nuclear.  They send their spent fuel to Russia for recycling.  Stationary energy needs are a whole different species when one considers the needs for vehicles.   It is becoming apparent that electrical vehicles  have been a major bust. Consider the "Tesla" and the NYT's review of the vehicle.

Also if you will note, the time of year was May 26, 2012, not December 26, 2012.  The angle of the sun also has an impact including the number of rain days and time of year. Germany has an average of roughly 20 inches of rain per month, and snow during winter.  This severely curtails production of solar power over a sustained period.  Yet the Germans pay a premium (on top of the regular cost) of 5-billion dollars for the privilege of a few hours of solar power during the day.  Production per hour for this solar energy becomes fundamentally unrealistic to the average person.

In paragraph 9, the author admits that this was a particular "bright" period.  That is a critical admission.

This production is totally controlled by the weather.   Perhaps if we allow global warming  to increase we would have more sunny days and thus more solar production.   But since Solar, wind and bio-fuels are heavily subsidized by the government, that is to say by taxpayers, hold on to your wallets.

The question then becomes: Can we afford it or can ours or any economy afford it.  The world is poised to hit some incredible hard economic headwinds when the money printing binge bubble bursts and it will burst.  Would you want to be locked into paying at least four to six times the price of electrical energy produced by natural gas let's say, when it does? 

Then there are the environmental and visual impacts.   Earth beneath these mammoth-acreage solar plants is essentially sterile, but apparently no one considers that anti-green side effect .  Research also says it would take a solar or wind plant about the size of Connecticut just to power just New York city 24/7.  Solar, wind and bio-fuels have proven that they are years in the future if feasible at all.  Other sources are much more practical and feasible and wouldn't bankrupt the average family.  These so-called alternative energy sources are a sad pipe-dream.

Just my humble opinion, of course.

Wednesday, March 06, 2013


Barack Obama is not a man of compassion, he is a man without compassion.  When it comes to Democratic capitalism which has given Americans the greatest and broadest  opportunities in the history of of mankind, he is a fiscal and economic imbecile.  He does not even try to govern, all he does is campaign promoting subjugation and lets the unelected men behind his curtain pull the levers of subservience.    

His background is extremely similar to Bill Clinton in that he didn't know his father.  He craves self-aggrandizement, sycophantic acolytes, unending accolades, perpetual adulation and to be an emperor.  Thankfully, he is just a president and America will survive his demented American subjugation but much the worse for wear.

He was accurate in titling his book "Dreams of My Father."  It is now obvious he has deified his father and is madly attempting to implement his father's anti-democratic/socialistic desires as he has interpreted them.  He is a man still seeking the approval of a father that will never come.

He thinks he's king but he is only a flawed man trying to walk on a lake of red ink and calling it a miracle. 
The question is: Has he so destroyed the American can-do psyche that we have become a perpetual population of takers?  Have young Americans bought the socialistic system that cedes their souls to the government?  Have social media sights spawned a population so consumed with the concept of peace at any and all costs that there is no room to fight for freedom? 

Evan Sayet wrote several years ago that we have become a nation that is no longer allowed to discriminate.  We are not allowed to even discriminate between good and evil.  In fact, all acts of discrimination such as defining rape or pedophilia as a person's sexual orientation,  destruction of the constitution, bestiality, infanticide and generational theft are all discriminatory judgments  and again, by definition, evil.   Any type of definitive discriminatory judgment cannot be tolerated by Obama or the left.  Discrimination itself is the evil.

Well, you young people, who spend your lives with a phone implemented in your ear are in for a sad future if you chose to be totally non-discriminating.  You may wind up with the peace you perpetually promote in the quotes of "profundities" on your Facebook pages with lofty goals of peace and love for all, but you will not have real peace, unlimited opportunity or freedom.  You will have sold your free-agency for less than a mess of pottage.

Monday, March 04, 2013


Robert Redford portrayed Bob Woodward in the film All the President's men which portrayed the Richard Nixon Watergate scandal.   Woodward, who along with Carl Bernstein broke the story, was recently  attacked by Barack Obama's mainstream media minions for his accurate description in his book "The Price of Politics" for revealing truthfully who created the Sequester …Barack Obama himself.

The Watergate scandal and Woodword's investigation took down Richard Nixon. At the time, John Stockman, Nixon's budget director testified he told President Nixon that there was a cancer growing on the Presidency.  That description is apt for today's president, Barack Obama. 

The real difference is that the cancer is not growing on the presidency, the presidency has become the cancer and Obama is it's cause.