Monday, March 12, 2012



Right Side news – Ray Peach – 2/26/2012
In his campaign speech on February 23rd, 2012, Obama blamed everyone but himself for the rise in fuel prices, stating that there were international pressures on the price of oil that are beyond his control. He went on to criticize Republicans for saying that the solution was to drill, drill, drill – saying instead that the answer was to use algae as a source of fuel. Amazingly, he then boasted that under his administration domestic oil and gas production has increased; but as the Heritage Foundation reported on January 18th, 2012, “Under Obama, Oil and Gas Production on Federal Lands is Down 40%.” There has been an increase in production on private land, but if Obama’s EPA has its way, energy production won’t be happening there either.
On February 5th of 2009, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar canceled oil and gas leases on 77 parcels of federal land, and then on the 26th, he canceled all oil shale development in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming – claiming that the “new” process of extracting oil and gas, called hydrofracking needed to be studied before it can be used.
He placed a moratorium on off-shore drilling, driving companies like Sea Hawk Oil into bankruptcy, while subsidizing oil companies in Brazil. On February 17th 2012, Obama raised the Royalties on Oil Companies by 50% and his new budget proposes to tax all oil and coal production out of existence.
A point that needs to be made is that destroying the energy sector doesn’t just increase the price of fuel; it destroys our ability to produce fertilizers and insecticides, affecting a decrease in crop yields.  America is an industrialized country and we use energy to sow, irrigate, harvest, transport, and process food. Without energy, most of the people you know will starve, suffer heat stroke, or freeze to death.

The question is why has environmentalism become the force it is today; and what do we do about it? This is the first in a four part series exploring the answers to these and other questions about the realities of environmentalism. The first two articles explore the pseudo science that drives environmentalism; the third explores the economics behind environmentalism; and the forth explores the religious aspects of environmentalism.

This is a long article that gives us:
A Brief History of Science
The Rise of Empirical Science
Socialism, Science and the Universities
Science, Universities and the Socialist Faith
Weimar Romanticism
Kant’s concept of Synthetic Reason
Johann Wolfgan von Goethe

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