Monday, April 27, 2009

Mon Apr 27, 2009


Nicholas Guarigila - Pajamasmedia Foreign Policy
Nicholas Guariglia is an expert on national security, foreign affairs, and national defense (Mideast geopolitics). He is a foreign policy analyst and columnist for Pajamas Media and Hudson NY, and a contributing editor for Family Security Matters. He is a graduate of the John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University, where he is studied U.S. foreign policy.

Rob Sanchez - CAPS writer " Job Destruction Newsletter"
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Lawrence K. Samuels "What's Wrong With Banning Black Cars"
When a proposal to ban black-painted cars was revealed in March of 2009, the blogosphere and talk radio buzzed with cries of "outrageous." The California Legislature, under the auspices of the California Air Resource Board, pushed to reduce auto emissions by controlling the color of vehicles. Because black paint encourages heat absorption, any reflective material painted over dark-hued cars would likely fail to stop reflective heat, violating the 2006 California Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32). And since black is the second most popular color for cars, the opposition was intense. In the face of angry voters, the eco-bureaucrats naturally back-pedaled on this unpopular provision.

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