Minnesota Learns The Cost of Wind

How many eagles is subsidized energy worth?  If eagles and other wildlife being slaughtered by wind farms are worth less than the industrial blight being erected whenever federal subsidy farmers want to make a profit, then let’s just cover the entire country with these robots from the energy industrial complex.  They will still not produce enough energy to build one of their own kind, but they will increase energy prices. Your labor will underwrite the costs of these robots.  Weren’t machines supposed to make our lives easier, more efficient, and more economic?  Ask Minnesota.

Updated: December 5, 2017 — 2:37 pm

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