Carbon Footprint

Tesla Cars Aren't As Carbon (And Taxpayer) Friendly As You Think

Tesla cars are subsidized using a business model that is anything but “dollar-neutral”, and they are built and operated using anything but a “carbon-neutral” process. Can you imagine what could happen if the subsidy “plug” was pulled?

Obama Takes Private Jet, 14-Car Convoy To His $3.2MM Climate Change Speech

While we're certain that Obama's motivation to appear in Milan had absolutely nothing to do with the $3.2 million he pocketed, but rather was born out of a pure concern for Mother Earth, we do find his travel arrangements, in light of those genuine environmental concerns, somewhat ironic.

A Tale Of Two Cities... Paris & Washington D.C.

In Washington, President Trump announced that environmental regulations are “out of control” – and promised to get them back under control. In Paris, Mayor Anne Hidalgo has issued a fatwa banning diesel-powered cars built before model year 2001. That’s 32 million cars rendered economically obsolete by legislative edict. A similar thing would no doubt have occurred in Washington had the election gone a different way.

Are Companies Like SolarCity Wasting Taxpayer Money?

Not all forms of energy are equal; electrical energy is more precious, and costs much more than heat or mechanical energy. Companies such as SolarCity are wasting taxpayers’ money by increasing the grid’s entropy, and from a physics point of view, solar thermal makes more sense, and ultimately, it’s only these incentives that make SolarCity an economic reality.

Who Really Won The Oil Price War?

It is probably a tie... Although the Saudis caused damage to U.S. shale, they also hit the global oil industry hard; and while they managed to preserve their market share, they paid a heavy price in terms of oil revenues.

Frontrunning: May 16

  • European Stocks Fall as Chinese Economic Data Disappoint (WSJ)
  • Oil Climbs to Highest Since November as European Shares Retreat (BBG)
  • Yen weakens on Japan intervention talk before G7 meets (Reuters)
  • Wall Street’s Bond Forecasters Splinter as Fed Credibility Wanes (BBG)
  • Amazon to Expand Private-Label Offerings—From Food to Diapers (WSJ)
  • Oil prices rise on Nigerian outages, Goldman forecast (Reuters)

What Will The Global Economy Look Like After The "Great Reset"?

The globalist reset needs a trigger, a crisis which admittedly we do not have the ability to avoid. But, the reset also depends on the right people in place to rebuild the system after the crisis unfolds. Here is where the future can be determined. Whoever is left standing after the opening salvo will have a choice: to hide and hope for the best, or to fight for the position to choose who builds tomorrow. Will it be the psychotic globalist cabal, or will it be free people of conscience? It may not seem like it now, but the end result is up to us.