24 million viewers tuned in for the Republican debates, but failed to hear a single question about the EPA's Billionaires Club,and the shadowy non-profit groups about to reap a huge financial windfall under the secret terms of the Trans Pacific Partnership.
As a political independent I was completely disappointed in the first round of Republican primary debates conducted by Fox News, the Fair & Balanced news network. Sadly, Fox moderators appeared more interested in advancing their own brand of politics than gaining any real insight from candidates on issues impacting American families.
Not a single question about Net Neutrality, the policy to "free" the Internet with 400 pages of regulations to make it operate like a government utility. Why no questions about the Trans Pacific Partnership, and the secrecy behind the negotiations on a "free trade" agreement expanding the authority of Obama's other government utilities?
What exactly is a Government Utility? And why would we want our Internet to operated like a government utility? Other than Fox & Mainstream Media, what rational person would trust Obama and his billionaire pals to operate any Government Utilities?
Republicans are fully aware of the 2014 Senate Minority report describing the Billionaires Club that controls Obama's EPA, the very group most responsible for undermining our economy, culture and Constitution. Yet, getting rid of Donald Trump appears to be more important than exposing the hoards of billionaires corrupting our political leaders and press. No conflicts of interest here.
We thought attacking crony capitalism was a high priority for the conservative movement, and EPA's public-private partnerships would have provided a target-rich environment for examples of government corruption. Why no outrage about the United Nations Global Compact, the business-driven initiative mandating the use of climate-friendly good and services, which can only be purchased through their exclusive public-private partnerships.
How will a Republican president protect our industrial sector against the EPA's new Save Energy Now program, a $100 Billion boondoggle operated out of 24 federal universities, and claiming to have saved billions of dollars for EPA's partners.
We're simply not supposed to know these huge federal programs exist, or speak about the corrupt back-room policies of the EPA. So that when someone actually predicts a EPA man-made nature disaster like the Cement Creek event, media will pass it off as just another conspiracy nut suggesting the EPA is trying to reintroduce Super-Fund 2.0. Move along, nothing to see here!
What honest business can compete against ENERGY STAR, and the "phony" energy saving claims made by the Poised for Profits Partnership, the twelve government agencies that conducted billions of dollars in scientific research for EPA. The science provided by the Poised for Profits Partnership for EPA is also utilized by the UNIDO's Green Industry Platform, the UN's business-driven initiative to introduce sound business practices to our industrial sector.
Membership in the Billionaires Club grants more than just media & political protection, it gains unprecedented access to the world's hottest new commodity, Government Energy Efficiency! A commodity so rare and magical, that only the most
wealthy worthy can be trusted to prosper from this unique resource.
Which may explain why all of EPA's profit-driven programs focus on "Overcoming the Barriers" and "Leveling the Playing Field" for their partners, a group which also claims to totally supports transparency and open government. Just like Fox News!
Ignorance and bigotry are not incurable diseases, they are human conditions caused by lack of knowledge and understanding. If Independent voters want better political leadership, ask better questions!
"ENERGYSTAR-qualified products typically use 25% to 50% less energy than conventional products and, in some cases,
can offer energy cost savings of up to 90% compared to conventional products (U.S. EPA, 2007c; 2008)".
What exactly is the "secret" behind the extraordinary savings of ENERGY STAR?
EPA's profit-driven partnerships don't compete, they cheat!
ENERGY STAR has no special energy saving capability, this a construct existing only in the minds of progressive politicians, and the "phony" Scientific Research of the EPA.
The Billionaires Club doesn't have to compete, they can simply buy politicians and erect barriers to all competition, then get the media to declare them savvy entrepreneurs.
Who benefits from this type of environmentalism?