If you want evidence that climate policy has become unhinged from science and quantification, becoming more like a religious cult, look no further than the recent Democratic presidential candidates' proposals to ban fracking immediately and nuclear power soon.
About that headline: it’s a variation of a line from the 1995 film Apollo 13 (astronaut Jim Lovell, played by Tom Hanks, informing NASA’s mission control about his crippled spacecraft: “Houston, we have a problem”). In real life, those words weren’t uttered.
I’m not big on libertarian futurism or on science fiction. I’m not bragging. On the contrary, I think it’s due to my lack of imagination. So when I recommend an interview on the Libertarian Futurist Society’s (LFS) Prometheus Blog, you can be fairly confident that it would interest not just libertarian futurists but also libertarians and maybe even an audience broader than that.
Are we heading for a truce in the euro’s budget battles? Eurozone finance ministers have spent the past two years tussling over proposals from French president Emmanuel Macron for a budget that could help stabilize the currency union in economic downturns.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) defended his Medicare for All opinion in some unspecified time in the future of the third Democrat debate Thursday evening, defending it as the “most payment-efficient” draw to offering properly being esteem everybody.