Wednesday, September 29, 2010

A German company will bypass the EU ban and sell incandescents as heating devices

"The European Union has banned by law trading of incandescent light bulbs due to their bad efficiency/ecology (most of the energy is transformed into heat). A company is now trying to bypass this restriction by offering their incandescent light bulb products as a heating device instead of a light device. Still, their 'heat balls' give light as well as heating. So — every law can be bypassed if you have some creativity!"

HEATBALL® Was ist das?


Monday, September 27, 2010

Global Cooling and the New World Order

Bilderberg. Whether you believe it’s part of a sinister conspiracy which will lead inexorably to one world government or whether you think it’s just an innocent high-level talking shop, there’s one thing that can’t be denied: it knows which way the wind is blowing.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Joe Barton's plan to Save the Bulb

Good time to repost Ron Rosenbaum's eloquent essay on Congress' ban of beauty

Monday, September 13, 2010

Happy Birthday Bill Monroe!

Mr. Monroe would have been 100 years old today.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Friday, September 3, 2010

An idea whose time has come

Nullify Now
Posted by Thomas Woods on September 3, 2010 07:00 AM

You will not be surprised to learn that with a few honorable exceptions, high-profile TV and radio have so far shied away from the recent wave of interest in state nullification of unconstitutional federal laws. (Need I point out that Judge Andrew Napolitano has been his usual fearless self, even as others have run away from the topic?) But the idea has begun to trickle out anyway. Jeff Taylor, who describes himself as being more on the left than the right, managed to bring the topic of nullification to a Huffington Post audience. Gary Johnson, former governor of New Mexico, is speaking at a major nullification rally on October 10. Martha Dean, the GOP candidate for Attorney General in Connecticut, says (see 4:50) she supports legislative efforts to nullify unconstitutional federal laws. There are plenty more examples. State and local political candidates are beginning to discuss the forbidden subject. Everywhere I go around the country I’m hearing that nullification initiatives are going to be pushed seriously in upcoming state legislative sessions. The television hosts who have been AWOL so far can go on pretending this isn’t happening for only so long.

That’s why this weekend is so significant.


Connecticut's own Martha Dean, candidate for Attorney General, is serious about nullifying unconstitutional federal law.

Martha Dean's website