Skip to comments.Federal court throws out scheme allowing windmills to kill bald and golden eagles for the next
Posted on 08/13/2015 9:57:53 AM PDT by rktman
At last, a federal court has taken a move to limit the slaughter of our national symbol, otherwise protected by law, in the headlong rush to produce expensive, unreliable wind power, based on the unproven theory that carbon dioxide emissions lead to global warming, or climate change, or something really, really bad, sometime in the future, even if not right now.
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The left is ok killing - alleged - endangered birds, etc. because the birds are not really endangered.
The issue for the progressives is Marxism, not the environment.
The recent EPA created mess further shows that the EPA does not really care about the environment - just more money and power over people.
How do you allow or disallow windmills from killing birds.?.
They kill birds.. whether you allow it or NOT...
Warning signs in bird language informing the birds to use alternate routes? Maybe some “Bird Free Zone” signs to prevent any future deaths? Liblogic 101.
Will individual windmills be arrested and held responsible for the birds they kill?
Yup. Same time frame as arresting the hildebeast for similar violations as dave patreus.
This is a simple case of pay to play. These green energy companies have paid a princely price to the Democrat Party and the Obama campaign to be allowed to kill as many eagles and other birds as they may wish. Anyone else who might cause the demise of a single feathered raptor will enjoy the wrath of our federal government and will do prison time.
How many miles per bird does that electric car get?
Take a test drive in the brand new Icarus..
Wind Powered.. Whisper Quiet
Light as a feather handling
and runs on bird seed..
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