The applied fungibility of taxpayer subsidies for abortion

I was looking for data to quantify abortion subsidies derived from taxation, especially for Planned Parenthood. The money is inarguably fungible, but just how much of it actually goes to abortions? At Forbes I found this – which far exceeded my ambitions. The article is an overview of all tax dollars going to abortionists, and… Continue reading The applied fungibility of taxpayer subsidies for abortion

Our first clue should have been that they didn’t name it ‘MichiganWatt’

GlobalWatt Sells Someone Else’s Solar Panels – on eBay  Saginaw-based GlobalWatt, beneficiary of soon-to-be-former Governor Granholm’s “green jobs” subsidies, has this to say about their solar panels, “These are Made in India. But they are using very high content of US made material. The cells are from Suniva, from Georgia.” To be sure, someone should… Continue reading Our first clue should have been that they didn’t name it ‘MichiganWatt’

Just in time for Michigan’s budget discussions

Well, Michigan made the Wall Street Journal. As an example of what not to do. It’s one of the largest experiments in smokestack chasing in American history, but one thing it hasn’t done is create jobs. An exhaustive new 100-page study by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, a Michigan think tank, has reviewed where… Continue reading Just in time for Michigan’s budget discussions

Open letter to Consumers Energy

I recently received from you a mailing asking me to contribute $1.50 per month to something called the Green Generation program. According to that letter, my contribution would support “projects like the Michigan Wind Farm in Ubly, which generates enough enough electricity to power every home in a city the size of Battle Creek for… Continue reading Open letter to Consumers Energy