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  • Tankopshere Today: Nov. 20, 2008

    The glacier on Mt. Kilimanjaro is melting. If you were watching NBC “Nightly News” Nov. 19 you probably would think that ice is declining because of “climate change.”…

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Four U.S. senators have reached a bipartisan agreement on a bill to assist the struggling automotive industry, the lawmakers announced in a joint statement on Thursday…

    Our individual carbon footprints are a function of consumption, which, in turn, is a derivative of individual wealth. Accordingly, my carbon footprint should be small, because I am poor. As an adult, I’ve never lived in a space larger than a room, and I don’t drive…

    File this under “What’s wrong with this picture?” Bloomberg is reporting that Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has announced a sweeping economic package to “prevent the kind of financial crises that shook the country after the collapse of the Soviet Union.”…

    An intriguing case that alleges a high-profile violation of the president’s exclusive power to appoint and remove government officials is winding its way through the courts. Free Enterprise Fund v. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board…

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

    2 Responses to Tankopshere Today: Nov. 20, 2008

    1. ken says:

      who's job is it to watch that news shows are reporting the truth i watched cnn for maybe 1 hour and heard them lie on at least 4 different occations why are they getting away with not reporting the news but being a bully pulpit for marxist ideas

    2. Robert Borchers, Bel says:

      Re: Ed Feulner's speech at Presidents Club. Likewise. Liberalism should not be equated with the Democratic Party. Effort should be applied to cultivate conservative principles among those of a Democratiic Party persuasion.

      Also: Control of the National Budget deficit is important. But of greater importance, I think, is the reduction of our national debt and thus a resulting reduction of its debilitating intrest payments. Might not such savings on interest be applied toward controling the budget deficit?

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