Bjorn Lomborg: Electric Cars Won't Save the Planet
(and if they were that good you wouldn't have to bribe people to buy them)
Very Silly Just One Thing
Where you can find the Oscar-Meyer Wienermobile this weekend in Colorado: Iconic Oscar Mayer Wienermobile visits Colorado this weekend | 9news.com
Ryan Gorman is the morning show host on iHeart's NewsRadio WFLA in Tampa. He'll join us for a short conversation about how his city and his region are preparing for a potential category 4 Hurricane Ian to make landfall on Thursday. The latest tracking update suggests landfall slightly further south, so worse for Sarasota and a little less bad for Tampa, but that's just a guess. It's gonna be bad no matter what.
Congressman Ken Buck is one of the key Republican cosponsors of HR 3843, "The Merger Filing Fee Modernization Act of 2022" which seems like tiptoeing into Ken's bigger picture desire to go after "big tech" on anti-trust grounds (which I generally oppose.) Interestingly, the primary sponsor is Boulder Democratic Congressman Joe Neguse and Lauren Boebert is also on the bill. I bet there aren't very many bills over the course of a year that have all three of these folks on them. I also note that the true socialists Pramila Jayapal and Rashida Tlaib are sponsors as is the far-left Mondaire Jones (who, I am pleased to say, will be out of Congress after one term due to losing his primary in a newly created congressional district.) If I were any Republican I'd be very concerned to be on any bill that folks like those support. Yet here we are.
Carl Szabo, vice president and general counsel of NetChoice on (in the segment after Ken) to give the perspective of someone who opposes Ken's bill.
Just below is an aggressive video ad against Ken Buck by Szabo's organization
William Perry Pendley is the former Acting Director of the Bureau of Land Management. He has for many years been involved with a case that's dragged on for far too long but will soon be at the Supreme Court, a case of the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers stealing property rights. I hope and absolutely expect SCOTUS to slap down the EPA very hard, but still this family and lots of others will have lost the use and enjoyment of their property for years or decades.
A few years back, Perry wrote this book: Sagebrush Rebel: Reagan's Battle with Environmental Extremists and Why It Matters Today
This story speaks for itself: U.S. fines 16 Wall Street firms $1.8 bln for talking deals, trades on personal apps | Reuters
Remarkable lack of self-awareness: BookBar, the indie bookstore and wine bar in Berkeley, will close in January - Denverite, the Denver site!
So she supports the raising of the minimum wage even though it's putting her out of business and costing her minimum wage employees their jobs...as if this same story won't be repeated over and over. I hate to say this but sometimes lessons have to be very painful to be learned. In a way, although it pains me to think this way, I have to hope that a lot of Denver businesses close because of the minimum wage law so that the fools on the City Council like Comrade Candi CdeBaca learn once and for all that the actual minimum wage is $0.
How is this conversation developing at your business?
Pretty cool, though I wonder if FAA will find it to be safe with so many batteries: All-Electric Plane 'Makes Aviation History' (newser.com)
50-100 Venezuelan migrants coming to Denver (but not because GOP govs in TX or FL are shipping them here): https://www.axios.com/local/denver/2022/09/28/migrants-arriving-denver-southern-border
And we can encourage more homeless people to come to Denver by doing this: City's million-dollar plan to address homelessness | 9news.com
As a former corgi owner and still a corgi fan, this is a simply fantastic 6 seconds
This is beyond hilarious...trolling the scammer, as done by a real pro
OK, one more dog video because why not
This is fantastic...gotta make you smile