Monthly Archives: February 2013

CAP and Trade: Can Congress be bypassed?

In his State of the Union speech a few nights ago, President Obama, as expected, declared that it was time to confront “Climate Change”, citing Hurricane Sandy, record high temperatures, droughts, and other evidence. And he implied that he would … Continue reading

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High carbon levels: Have we been here before?

After Sandy struck the East Coast, we saw what the world will be facing if and when sea levels rise very substantially, as some scientists have predicted. Is warming really the result of massive amounts of carbon trapping solar heat … Continue reading

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North American competitveness: Mexico rising

In several previous posts and in my Ted speech I talked about the “renaissance” of the North American manufacturing industry with emphasis on our energy and petrochemical industries. Let me now broaden this┬áto include┬áMexico, our NAFTA neighbor, which is a … Continue reading

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