Entries in China (24)
Nov. 27, 2013
Beyond whimper, little Republican response to filibuster demise
The GOP's ineffective response to Reid's nuclear option illustrates perfectly why Senate Republicans are receiving so many primary challenges nowadays.
The UN global warming hoax is slowly dying
The real aim is to transfer wealth from the developed nations to those less developed. It was never about saving the Earth from a global warming; that was a lie from start to finish.
Harry Reid kills minority rights in Senate
The minority is now irrelevant.
Schiff: Ben's rocket to nowhere
"A deputy governor of the People's Bank of China said that buying foreign exchange reserves was now no longer in China's national interest. The implication that China may no longer be accumulating U.S. government debt would amount to the 'mother of all tapers' and could create a clear and present danger to the American economy. But the story barely rated a mention in the American media."
CEI Today: Court NLRB ruling, why China nixed Kyoto emissions limits, and Sept 9 net neutrality in court
July 23, 2013
Michigan Democrat and freshman Representative Dan Kildee thinks he has a better idea than bankruptcy — let Uncle Ben Bernanke, the bail bondsman to out of control governments take on Detroit's debt.
Obama exploits the Zimmerman verdict.
Krugman: "[T]he only question now is just how bad the crash will be."
"Unfortunately for Obama and the Democrats, the IRS targeting is exactly the kind of abuse Citizens United warned against: a politicized regulatory bureaucracy using selective enforcement and the threat of litigation to advance the partisan agenda of a corrupt, irresponsible, or overreaching administration."
WASHINGTON, DC – After a decision today by the European Commission (EC) to impose provisional duties on Chinese solar exports, John Smirnow, SEIA vice president of trade and competitiveness, issued the following statement:
“We view today’s decision by the European Commission to adopt a thoughtful two-stage approach to the imposition of duties on solar panels from China as a positive development. The EC’s measured response creates a positive environment for negotiations, which we think is critically important given the global nature of the solar supply chain. It’s time for everyone to work together toward a mutually-satisfactory resolution of these solar trade cases. Importantly, potential settlement options must consider not only the interests of solar manufacturers but also solar consumers and service providers. We’ve already seen how a dispute within one segment of the solar industry affects the entire solar supply chain, and so too will any negotiated settlement.”
Established in 1974, the Solar Energy Industries Association® is the national trade association of the U.S. solar energy industry. Through advocacy and education, SEIA and its 1,000 member companies are building a strong solar industry to power America. As the voice of the industry, SEIA works to make solar a mainstream and significant energy source by expanding markets, removing market barriers, strengthening the industry and educating the public on the benefits of solar energy. www.seia.org