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Hillary Clinton is battling climate change instead of terrorism

September 8, 2014
By
Marita_Noon_2013

“This is the most consequential, urgent, sweeping collection of challenges we face as a nation and a world.” With 9-11 nearly upon us, ISIS is brazenly beheading American journalists—with a promise of more to come; Christian congregations have been bombed during worship, churches have been destroyed, monasteries attacked, entire cities purged, hundreds of thousands have fled, while others have been slaughtered; and cities, weapons, banks, and key infrastructures are being captured. Surely, with all of these horrors playing out before our eyes, the crisis in Syria and Iraq is the “most consequential, urgent, sweeping collection of challenges we face.” No,…

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U.S. Government releases predators against its own people

August 26, 2014
By
Marita_Noon_2013

Many times the sound of howling and yelping coyotes awake me from a sound and cozy slumber. I sit bolt upright in my bed as my sleep-filled brain tries to calculate where my critters are and whether or not they are safe. The dogs on the floor beside me, the cat on the foot of the bed, I roll over and go back to sleep. In the years that I’ve lived in the mountains outside Albuquerque, I’ve lost three cats and three ducks to coyotes. I know they are natural predators and if my pets are outside, there is a…

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Global warming alarmists are losing the propaganda war

August 18, 2014
By
Marita_Noon_2013

I suspect most readers of my column do not religiously read the Atlantic Monthly. I don’t either. But I have people—readers who alert me to news and information I might not see otherwise. Though the Atlantic has gained recent notoriety for the interview with Hilary Clinton, in which she says: “Great nations need organizing principles, and ‘Don’t do stupid stuff’ is not an organizing principle,” there is more to it. With so much focus on the Clinton quote, it would be easy to overlook an article within the September issue: How to Talk About Climate Change So People Will Listen.…

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Ethanol mandates go from bad to worse

July 28, 2014
By
Marita_Noon_2013

President Obama, and his administration, has enacted so many foolish and cost-increasing energy policies, it is easy to think that they are his purview alone. But in 2007, Republicans were just as guilty. Seeds were planted and a garden of bad legislation took root in a totally different energy environment. At the time, the growth seemed like something worthy of cultivation. However, what sprouted up more closely resembles a weed that needs to be yanked out. Last week, I wrote about Australia’s carbon tax that was pulled on July 17. Its seeds were also planted in 2007, though not germinated…

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Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto – The cure for global warming

July 24, 2014
By
comedy-karl-marx-brother-v2

Long considered the bible of socialist thought for progressives, Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto has been an essential tool—kind of like a hammer and sickle—for politicians, union members, and tenured college professors to spread the idea that Marx’s work in the area of economics laid the basis for understanding labor and its relation to capital. In the first two sections of his book, Marx describes the plight of the working class and how Communism holds the answer to the inequities suffered by the Proletarians (poor working-class) at the hands of the Bourgeois (the wealthy). In outlining his goals for how communism would accomplish this goal,…

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