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S.E.M., Vol. 1, No. 7
Federalist 69 - by Alexander Hamilton. 1. What are the chief characters in regards to the President as outlined in the proposed Constitution? 2. Why does Hamilton believe the term of office for a President should be longer than three years? 3. What was the term of office for the king of England and what, in your opinion, is the potential for abuse in such a term? Would the term of office of the king of England present any advantages - in the Founders experience and in your opinion - over over the new American system? Read all of the questions and post your response at our new resource Self-Educated Man

Posts Tagged ‘environmentalism’

To bee or not to bee

To bee or not to bee

Reports of honeybees rapidly disappearing are greatly exaggerated. BY PAUL DRIESSEN Activist groups continue to promote scary stories that honeybees are rapidly disappearing, dying off at “mysteriously high rates,” potentially affecting one-third of our food crops and causing global food shortages. Time magazine says readers need to [...]

Back from the brink of extinction

Back from the brink of extinction

Woods bison, muskeg swamps and Canadian oil sands prove energy and wildlife coexist By Dennis T. Avery The last woods bison in the United States was apparently shot by a hunter in West Virginia around 1835. For many decades, the woods bison was presumed extinct – until an airplane spotted an isolated herd in the muskeg swamps north of [...]

A Book Review of Brian Sussman’s “Eco-Tyranny”

A Book Review of Brian Sussman’s “Eco-Tyranny”

MARK W. HENDRICKSON, CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES “Eco-Tyranny: How the Left’s Green Agenda will Dismantle America” By Brian Sussman | WND Books (April 17, 2012) | 315 pp. | List Price: $25.95 In “Eco-Tyranny,” author Brian Sussman sounds a timely and important warning: The radical “greens” are not in retreat. With the [...]

Ethanol and Corn: The Power of a Really Bad Idea

Ethanol and Corn: The Power of a Really Bad Idea

By Alan Caruba It took some eighty years for Communism to fail in the former Soviet Union. Along the way, millions were sent to gulags and millions more died from starvation and World War Two added to the death tolls. Spreading Communism like a religion, it had similar results in China and everywhere it has been adopted. It takes a long time [...]

Coincidences, Truth, and Propaganda

Coincidences, Truth, and Propaganda

BY ALAN CARUBA On April 18th I received an email from the Sierra Club announcing that “We’re endorsing President Obama for reelection. We’ve made too much progress over the past four years to give it all back to Big Polluters.” Among the Sierra Club’s many projects to plunge the nation back to the golden days of reading by candle [...]

The Environmental Terrorizing of Children

The Environmental Terrorizing of Children

BY ALAN CARUBA In many ways, the worst aspect of environmentalism is why Greens not only feel free to terrorize children with doomsday scenarios, but feel compelled to do so. I have been reviewing books for some fifty years and with the publication of Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” in 1962 and books such as Paul Ehrlich’s [...]

The Greens Think You’re Stupid

The Greens Think You’re Stupid

By Alan Caruba Every day EcoWatch.org sends me an email that features links to several articles on issues they regard as urgent and important. If I had no knowledge of science or much else, I would be spending my days in a state of panic and that would be just fine with the EcoWatch folks. In late February, one of the articles to which one [...]

Shiva, Destroyer of Worlds vs. The Stewards of the Darby

Shiva, Destroyer of Worlds vs. The Stewards of the Darby

by Diane Alden The NewsMax Years #31 Still ON TARGET: August 18,  2000 It is called by many names, including sustained development, eminent domain, ecosystem management, biodiversity, or whatever term du jour collectivists are using at the moment. By whatever name it is called, however, it is still a pagan utopian dream rooted in the [...]

Environmentalists Clobber Texas

Environmentalists Clobber Texas

By Murray Rothbard, Mises.org We all know how the environmentalists, seemingly determined at all costs to save the spotted owl, delivered a crippling blow to the logging industry in the North west. But this slap at the economy may be trivial compared to what might happen to the lovely city of San Antonio, Texas, endangered by the deadly [...]

What Greens Really Believe

What Greens Really Believe

By Alan Caruba Earth Day was established in 1970 and millions of Americans and others around the world have been steadily brainwashed to embrace the impression that environmentalism is about protecting the Earth, but when Greens talk among themselves, it is a very different story and a frightening one at that. The massive propaganda program [...]

Warning! Just About Everything Will Kill You

Warning! Just About Everything Will Kill You

By Alan Caruba According to a new book, “The Healthy Home”, every single room in your home or apartment is lethal. You would be better off living in a tent in the woods somewhere as far as the authors are concerned. Among the life-threatening hazards is the need to remove your shoes before entering your home to avoid walking around [...]

Morons Who Hate Oil

Morons Who Hate Oil

By Alan Caruba It may seem harsh to call people who actively spread lies about oil “morons”, but that assumes they do so out of ignorance as opposed to those who do so for some crazed “environmental” reason that is so out of touch with reality it invites scorn. A case in point is a new book by Steve Hallett with John Wright, [...]

Sustainable Development Treaty In The Making?

Sustainable Development Treaty In The Making?

By Henry Lamb To listen click here Next year will be the 20th anniversary of UNCED (United Nations Conference on Environment and Development) the largest collection of environmental zealots ever assembled. For the celebration, the U.N. has again designated Rio de Janeiro to host the UNCSD (United Nations Conference on Sustainable [...]

The Newt-ster

The Newt-ster

By Alan Caruba Fox News announced that Newt Gingrich will not be providing his observations on political events and personalities insofar as he is now regarded as running for the presidency. Newt announced his intentions on Thursday, March 3. Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota is expected to jump in soon enough. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt [...]

Turning Off the (Incandescent) Light of Liberty

Turning Off the (Incandescent) Light of Liberty

By Alan Caruba What if the government banned air conditioning? What if flat-screen televisions were determined to use too much electricity and were ordered phased out of production? What if the use of all plastic grocery bags were banned? What if the incandescent light bulb, one of the greatest inventions of Thomas Edison in the 1870s was [...]

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