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Those wacky Californians are at it again, launching into their cap and trade program tomorrow to battle global warming.  Great timing, as The Wall Street Journal posts two headlines tomorrow:

“Japan Reconsiders Plan to Cut Carbon Emissions”

and

“EU Weighs Pullback on Cutting Emissions”

Steven Hayward comments.

 

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From Pajamas Media:

At this moment, FBI agents are raiding the now-vacant Solyndra offices in Fremont, executing a Department of Energy and Office of Inspector General warrant in search of evidence about the plant’s abrupt bankruptcy last week.

A beleaguered Solyndra spokesman took a wild guess at what the FBI might be looking for:

Solyndra spokesman Dave Miller said the search came as a surprise, but he emphasized the company is “fully cooperating” with federal officials. He said he did not know the purpose of the search, but he speculated it could have something to do with the $535 million in loan guarantees the Department of Energy awarded to Solyndra

Ya think?

Steven Hayward adds:

Is this possibly an attempt at a coverup?  If the Justice Department seizes files and such, they may be able to shield them from a congressional investigation–at least through the election next year.

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Steven Hayward:

Move over Michael Ramirez; Tom Toles, the Washington Post’s uber-lefty cartoonist, is giving you a run for your money in noting Obama’s weakness.  If you’ve lost Frank Rich, Keith Olbermann, Maureen Dowd, and Tom Toles. . .

Plus this:

Barack Obama has lost the Hamptons.

Over the Labor Day weekend, I went to a number of events in the Hamptons. At all of them, Obama was discussed. At none of them — that’s none — was he defended. That was remarkable. After all, sitting around various lunch and dinner tables were mostly Democrats. Not only that, some of them had been vociferous Obama supporters, giving time and money to his election effort. They were all disillusioned.

Sheesh, the last time I was in the Hamptons, I didn’t dare bring up politics or Obama, for fear of ruining the weekend.

“Disillusioned”.

Rubes.

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