You don’t have to go overseas to find elderly people spending the day riding on buses and going to libraries and shopping centres just to stay warm, because it’s happening right here in North America too.
Staying warm has become the survival bid of the 21st century. Pensioners, not “street people” are the new norm.
“Middle class families are among millions of Britons who cannot afford to heat their homes this winter, as elderly ride on buses all day to stay in the warm.” (Godlike Productions).
The Green Energy Collapse
By News on the Net Full Story
Across the world, unsustainable subsidies for wind and solar are being cut back.
The Ontario government paints itself in extreme green. It has outlawed coal — the only jurisdiction on the continent to have done so. It boasts the world’s biggest solar plant. It boasts the western world’s biggest subsidies to the renewables industry. And now, it also boasts the western world’s fastest-growing renewables industry.
Time Magazine’s Politically Correct List of Powerful Women
By Bruce Walker Full Story
Time Magazine has come out with a list: the “The 25 Most Powerful Women of the Past Century.” Look it over. It is nothing more than a depressingly familiar collection of Leftists laced with condescending tokenism to the rest of womankind.
Outside the Territory of Reason
By Daniel Greenfield Full Story
The first tax compromise between Obama and the victorious Republicans is an unfortunate but clear reminder that the real price of bipartisanship is bad fiscal policy. The bipartisanship of Bush and the Pelosi congress amounted to both sides getting their spending priorities through, while the actual burden of debt mounted. Now we’re on the verge of that same kind of bipartisanship, with all the tax cuts and spending both sides want, while the debt mounts.