Monthly Archives: June 2005

Will The Sugar Program Displace Masses of American Farmers?

Dennis Avery America’s sugar farmers are trying to block the new Central American Free Trade Agreement because it would allow a tiny increase in U.S. imports of low-cost cane sugar. If the tiny minority of sugar farmers prevents farm trade … Continue reading

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Bingaman’s Climate Bill Hurts The Economy And Amounts To A “Hidden Tax” On Consumers

Dennis Avery Senator Jeff Bingaman of New Mexico is pushing a climate change bill which is being touted as a market-driven way to address the risk of global warming. In fact, however, it will impose costs and achieve virtually nothing. … Continue reading

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California Seal Pups Predict Pacific Ocean Cooling

Dennis Avery A new study of California elephant seal pups and their weaning weights predicts that a 25-year cycle warming has ended, and the second half of a 50-year cycle has begun to cool the northern Pacific. Historical fish catch … Continue reading

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Center for Consumer Freedom: Striking Back at the Food Police

The New York Times By Melanie Warner Correction Appended WHEN it comes to food fights, John Belushi’s character in “Animal House” has nothing on Rick Berman. A prominent Washington lobbyist, Mr. Berman runs the Center for Consumer Freedom, a nonprofit … Continue reading

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Global Warming’s Impact-A Pro Con Article

Dennis T. Avery California’s economy threatened Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says California will reduce its greenhouse gas emissions 80% by 2050. The question for today is whether this defense against global warming will “terminate” California’s economy. We’ve already seen the answer, … Continue reading

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