What fun! Lets open up the Czars mailbox to see what you all have to say. First up, we have Mark Spahn, of West Seneca, New York, with some questions on our lightbulb guide. Thank you, your Czarosity, for [your …Continue reading →
After a few years of grousing about a portiononly a portionof President Obamas daily mistakes, we cannot overlook that President Bush had a doozy as well. You know what this is about: the incandescent lightbulb ban. The problem about the …Continue reading →
The sun sets on the Pax Americana There are a number of opinion pieces referring to the recent Syria as a foreign policy disaster for the Obama Administration and consequently for the US: From the Weekly Standard: This revealed to …Continue reading →
Class warfare, Marxist policies and economic slut shaming have their consequences. Hurting the big guy hurts the little guys faster and harder. Gentle Readers, Dr. and Mrs. Dr. J. recently had a budgetary summit as money has grown tight over …Continue reading →
It wasn’t long before Dr. J. received a missive from none other than Operative RBK who returned from the other side of the mirror where he was on R&R from all things operative. He writes in regarding Dr. J.’s recent anti-Krugman …Continue reading →
Shoot, if Dr. J. were single, he’ consider working up there! The great Emily Grace (@greatgrace84), our resident #ninjababe, brought this article to Dr. J.’s attention in which Saudi Arabia is concerned that oil exports are down due to decreased …Continue reading →
Dr. J.’s been out sick with a GI bug on and off since last Wednesday. He’s playing catch up at work today, so rather than write something insightful he will rely on teh interwebz to cover for him. Besides you’ve …Continue reading →
By spice, Dr. J. means energy. Dr. J. has said in the past that cheap and plentiful energy is the heart of a robust economy. It is the engine that drives everything else. Similarly, the economy struggles when energy becomes …Continue reading →
Dr. J. would like to follow up on The Czar’s outstanding commentaries about Europe and Syria. Regarding Europe, the ‘One World Government Utopians’ would be the first to tell you that we are destined to be a united world with …Continue reading →
Last week Mitt Romney released his energy plan should he be elected to office in November. It consists deregulating the heavily regulated petroleum and nuclear industries and opening publicly owned sites to facilitate the tapping into American and North American …Continue reading →
One finds that arguing with an environmentalist is empowering for them within 5 minutes, and disastrous for them within 10 minutes. In other words, the longer you engage them, the worse they do. What it comes down to is that …Continue reading →
Dr. J. was about to change the station from the AM PM guy to the FM PM guy when he heard him broadcast the audio of this video. All he could say was wow. Inspired by and surpassing Paul Harvey’s …Continue reading →
President Obama’s campaign is in full swing. You can tell because he is creating straw men and then openly mocking him. Apparently he thinks that this makes him look smart. In 2008, 53% of voters bought it as well, because, …Continue reading →
From realpolitics.com “On Tuesday at the State of the Union, I laid out my vision for how we move forward,” President Obama said at a campaign event in Las Vegas, Nevada. “I laid out a blueprint for an economy that’s …Continue reading →
“There is a great big beautiful tomorrow, shining at the end of every day,” The Carousel of Progress, Walt Disney World. About 22 years ago, (to the month, in fact), Dr. J. awoke in a cold sweat at about 3 …Continue reading →
Liberal suckers all over the US have been really, truly impressed with China for many disturbing reasons. One such example is Chinas surprising and laudable move to being a green country. Why, dont you know, China is leading the US …Continue reading →
The President has announced that the United States will reduce oil imports by 33% by 2020. How will he make up the balance? Not by drilling, no, no. He argues that oil companies have plenty of capacity onshore and offshore. …Continue reading →
Your Mandarin is saddened by the tragedy that has befallen Japan and he offers his condolences to its citizens. Between the numerous lives that have been lost and the catastrophic damage to the country’s infrastructure this is truly one of …Continue reading →
Germany is usually touted as among the greenest of the green European countries. Yet, election victor Angela Merkel intends to keep Germany’s nuclear plants operating longer than their required phase-outs. Why? Nuclear plants provide low cost electricity with no environmental …Continue reading →
Some House Democrats are struggling to get an ill-advised energy tax bill passed. Many Dems believe this will unrealistically hike energy taxes. Republicans think its bad business and bad for business. Evidently, they do not have the votes to get …Continue reading →
Your Czar normally detests the Chicago Tribue as a dessicated synopsis rag masquerading as a once great paper, but a front page article caught his eye on Sunday about Chicago. Specifically, it was a discussion of whether the City of …Continue reading →
…echoes the Volgi. Flattering for the Volgi, bad for America. “…The markets’ recent precipitous decline is a reaction not just to the absence of any plausible bank rescue plan, but also to the suspicion that Obama sees the continuing financial …Continue reading →
The Czar is aware that most liberals promote themselves as more scientifically literate, and that conservatives are religious zealot Luddites. Certainly, there is a disturbing prominence in the media to promote conservative (especially GOP) lunacy, and some of it is …Continue reading →
The Czar is a wise man. A capitalist market will more quickly drive increased innovation and decreased prices than the most successful government directed scheme-of-the-moment. A few thoughts on The Czar’s worthy posting. Folks have been predicting the end of …Continue reading →
Max Schulz, who goes way, way back with the Gormogons, has a terrific op-ed on the chimera of alternative energy in the Journal this morning about alternative energies. Read the whole thing, but if clicking through is just too damn …Continue reading →
[Continuing his homage au Puter the Czar drops another screed on a topic near and dear to the Ghetto P’s heart. Energy. The Puter knows a lot about energy, actually, and now we’ll all wait with bated breath to see …Continue reading →
Wind the time machine back a few years and recall that the big push was for consumers to buy more energy efficient appliances and fixtures with the benefit that they will save tens and hundreds of dollars on their utility …Continue reading →
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