” Solar-cell manufacturer Solyndra became a household name when it collapsed, taking $627 million in American taxpayer dollars with it. It’s the poster company for the government picking winners and losers—or really, just losers—in the energy market. But there are 12 more “green energy” losers that have declared bankruptcy despite attempts to prop them up with taxpayer money—and the list is growing.
There’s a reason why these companies could not rely solely on private financing and needed help from the government. They couldn’t make it on their own; they couldn’t even make it with extra taxpayer help “
He’s as adept at investing as he is at job creation .
Like Solyndra , MF Global and Jon Corzine need to be sung from the rooftops from now till November as perfect examples of the “transparency” and “ethics” of the present administration . Shame . Shame .
“Jon Corzine stole from his customers. Until Corzine is put on trial in a court of law, no one will be able to get to the truth. He is being protected by the party in charge. The political waters are so virulent that they don’t want to see him tried. The event happened last October. Surely there is enough information available to convene a grand jury and begin indicting people. The public is being played. We are schmucks.”
If any organization needs to be disinfected with a dose of sunshine , the UN is it .
“A new film by Ami Horowitz and Matthew Groff, set to premiere in select theaters on June 1, aims to trace the U.N.’s decline from an institution created in 1945 — “to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and of nations large and small … and to promote social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom, and for these ends to practice tolerance and live together in peace” — to one that would honor Zimbabwe dictator Robert Mugabe as a “Global Leader for Tourism.”
How can anybody justify the existence of these cretins ?
Omer Petti, 95 and Madge Woodward, 85, of Bloomfield Township recently endured a grueling experience at the security checkpoint at San Diego International Airport while on their way home to Detroit in which $300 in cash was never returned to them