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The EU At 60: The Promise Of The Project Endures

This weekend, the European Union celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, which bound Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg together into the European Economic Community. The EU stands as a political achievement that has brought peace, prosperity, and global influence to the bloc. By integrating into a single market of…

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Green Enemies of the Environment.

There was a time when true environmentalists strove to protect wild things. Now the green shirts have become enemies of the environment by pushing green energy and demonising the building blocks of life – carbon and carbon dioxide. Wind turbines and their cobweb of connecting roads and transmission lines have destroyed native trees and grasses,…

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Sustainable Development- Real and Fake

 “The great lesson of the group process, in which all others are involved, is that particularism, however magnified, is no longer possible. There is no magic by which selfishness becomes patriotism the moment we can invoke the nation. The change must be this: as we see now that a nation cannot be healthy and virile…

Scott Pruitt EPA Swamp- Draining Fear Brings Crocodile Tears

 Last Friday’s 56-42 Senate vote confirmation of Scott Pruitt as top EPA administrator brings a very unwelcome political climate change for many of the agency’s 15,000 federal career employees and their executive branch-appointed bosses who fought his approval tooth and claw. Referring to their aggressive and defiant letter-writing and telephone campaign protesting Pruitt’s appointment, Center…