EPA Regulations To Raise Power Costs 37 Percent By 2020

 Electricity prices are already increasing at record levels and Environmental Protection Agency rules will only force power prices up even higher as the agency finalizes a slew of regulations aimed at the power sector. A report by Energy Ventures Analysis found that the EPA underestimates how much its power plant regulatory regime will raise electricity […] Read More →

Pat Buchanan: “Rogue” Obama’s Amnesty Is “Impeachable Act”

 “We have just taken a monumental step away from republicanism toward Caesarism” Political analyst Pat Buchanan has chimed in on the executive immigration uproar, labeling it an “impeachable act,” while there are fresh indications that House Republicans do not intend to act against the order. Appearing on public affairs program The McLaughlin Group, Buchanan said […] Read More →

Forget Orwell And Rand, We’ve Gone To Full On Plato

Thad Beversdorf | First Rebuttal  You see both Rand and Orwell were describing a world outside of themselves.  A world they couldn’t understand or accept.  And while those works are brilliant and incredibly prophetic, I expect that to understand a world borne of narcissistic sociopathy one must examine the construct of such a world by a narcissistic sociopath.  Fortunately Plato, perhaps the […] Read More →

A Republican Ticket Hillary Clinton May Fear

 At a Clinton loyalist meeting in New York City, Jeb Bush and Rob Portman’s names are in the air. Clinton confidant Harold Ickes didn’t have any news on what his audience most wanted to hear—Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid—so he turned to a classic political tactic, redirection. “I don’t know if there are things we don’t know about […] Read More →

New Benghazi report says security flaws were known, but not why Stevens was there

 WASHINGTON — A House Intelligence Committee investigation of the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks on U.S. outposts in Benghazi concludes that while the Central intelligence Agency had properly secured its compound in the Libyan city, the State Department knew its security precautions were inadequate at the U.S. Special Mission where U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens died. But […] Read More →