“… The US consumes roughly 19 million barrels a day. The Bakken and Eagle Ford shale formations produce about a million barrels a day combined now, and guaranteed to get a whole lot lower within the next five years. Today’s near-peak production is based on furious drilling and fracking of extremely expensive wells — known as “the Red Queen syndrome” because they are running as fast as they can to keep production up. Meanwhile, the depletion curve on shale oil is a reverse ‘hockey stick’ …
In what seems to be a daily march of idiocy in our public schools today, we have another child who has been turned into an Enemy of the State.
Courtesy of Todd Starnes over at FoxNewsRadio:
Tony Bandermann told Fox News that his son Braden was on a science camping trip with his class at Garden Gate Elementary School in Cupertino, Calif.
'New York City police officials intend to expand the already extensive use of surveillance cameras throughout town. The plan, unveiled Thursday, comes as part of a drive for increased security around the US following the Boston Marathon attack.
New York City Police Department Commissioner Ray Kelly announced the plan during a press conference with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in which the two announced that the suspected Boston Marathon bombers were planning to attack New York next.
Head of DHS Gets Smacked Down By Judge After Saying They Choose Which Laws To Enforce // Mr. Conservative
Under the Constitution’s separation of powers, the Executive is charged with enforcing the laws that Congress enacts. In Obama’s America, the executive office has aggregated to itself a previously unknown power: the power to pick and choose which laws to enforce and which laws to ignore. This unusual twist on the executive’s responsibilities started when Barack Obama, dissatisfied with Congress’s refusal to pass the DREAM Act’s promise to give permanent residency to millions of young illegal aliens, simply imposed his own DREAM Act by refusing to enforce this country’s deportation laws…via Mr. Conservative.
From Radio Voice of Russia:
Russia’s Pulkovo Observatory: “we could be in for a cooling period that lasts 200-250 years”
Scientists at Russia’s famous Pulkovo Observatory are convinced that the world is in for a period of global cooling.
Graph by David Archibald
Global warming which has been the subject of so many discussions in recent years, may give way to global cooling.
In Connecticut, the exodus has already begun. The first gunmaker to pack up and leave is Bristol-based PTR Industries, which announced earlier this month via Facebook that it would be taking its 40 jobs and $50,000 weekly payroll to another state.
“With a heavy heart but a clear mind, we have been forced to decide that our business can no longer survive in Connecticut – the former Constitution state,” PTR said in a statement earlier this month.