Lisa De Pasquale has a great item here, she writes: The recent news of Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers stopping a terrorist at the Canadian Parliament is a much-needed reminder that the best defense against a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.
Vickers’ role as Sergeant-at-Arms is largely ceremonial. However, he is a 29-year veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, according to the National Post, and his training and experience appear to have come into play exactly when they were needed…(read more)
This and the many other stories are why I think these new(ish) NRA ads are so amazing. They use people who others can relate to and they tell a story. This is the key to winning on the issues. Check them out.
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“If, for any reason, we are unable to finance solar energy systems through tax-advantaged structures … we may no longer be able to provide solar energy systems to new customers on an economically viable basis”Posted: March 5, 2014
How to Succeed in Solar Energy: Grab Government Giveaways
What’s the secret sauce? You guessed it…
Lisa De Pasquale reports: Time and time again, the free market has spoken on alternative energy companies. Yet, we keep hearing about booming companies like SolarCity. Watchdog.org (via FoxNews.com) knows the secret to their success:
The company’s stock, initially offered at $8 a share in December 2012, is trading around $82 a share early Monday. And in a shareholder’s meeting last week, company officials said they’re bullish on the company’s future.
Buried in SolarCity documents is the secret to that success. Musk, the billionaire who founded PayPal and is chief executive officer and product architect of electric carmaker Tesla, has built SolarCity on government giveaways — subsidies that will decrease substantially in the next two years.