Senator Nathan Manning will be at the Norwalk Library
Where:46 W Main St, Norwalk, OH 44857
When: Thursday February 21st From 5:00 until 6:00 pm
It would be great to have as many people as possible show up to let him know how we feel about the set backs being too close to our property lines. He needs to hear from us in numbers! See you all there!!
The first freshwater wind-energy installation in North America could be coming to Ohio. While agreeing that a move to cleaner sources of energy is important, opponents say there’s not enough evidence that the benefits of the project outweigh the risks…
The new Budweiser commercial shown during the Super Bowl claimed it is powered by 100-percent renewables, which is a fallacy. Did you notice there weren’t any homes shown near the turbines? The reality is much different for us here in Seneca County.
We have said numerous times previously that we will have 18 turbines within 1 1/2 miles of our home. We recently found out our situation is even worse. Our home is “receptor” 77 on Seneca Wind’s noise and shadow flicker map. Our home ranks No. 5 on the list of homes in the footprint with the most shadow flicker Continue reading LTE – The answer isn’t blowing in the wind→
By: Tyler White Facebook and Twitter testified before Congress Wednesday on issues of data, privacy and censorship. But there is another propaganda effort led by Big Tech that poses a threat to our nation. Earlier this week, Facebook announced its global operations will be powered with “100 percent renewable energy by the end of 2020.” […]
Folks are waking up in Nebraska! This sounds like something I could live with…how about you?
The state legislator who’s introducing a wind energy bill says it doesn’t aim to replace county zoning regulations but rather gives a voice to people who object to wind turbines near their property. Senator Tom Brewer, of…
It would seem it’s not only the anti-wind crowd upset about Bud’s Super Bowl Ad – they might not be mad about wind turbines, but it’s thrilling that Bud’s ad is getting more poor reviews from corn farmers!
(Bloomberg) — Bud Light’s Super Bowl campaign called out competitors that use corn syrup — and the corn lobby is not happy about it.
Since GNU website is mainly a curated repository of information covering all things connected to the wind scam, it has grown to be quite large. I know the amount of info that is posted on the site can be a little slow to load and can frustrate slower Internet connections. So I wanted to share a couple of things with you that should help you to enjoy using the site even if your connection is not at warp speed! 😀Continue reading Helpful info for GNU computer users! (latest update!)→
(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today announced that he has named Samuel Randazzo, of Columbus, to serve on the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). Governor DeWine intends to name Randazzo Chairman of the PUCO when his term commences.
Warning:This is a hit piece. Anyone who represents any type of a threat to the wind lobby immediately becomes “demonized” and becomes a target for lies and misrepresentations! Even words like “recusal” are being thrown around (where have we heard this before? Ahhh yes, remember Jeff Sessions?)! Please remember Sam in prayer concerning this candidacy…he’s going to need it!
Samuel Randazzo, a lobbyist known for his attacks on renewable energy, is among the candidates for a seat on the Public Utilities Commision of Ohio.
Here in Minnesota, we are enduring a brutal stretch of weather. The temperature hasn’t gotten above zero in the last three days, with lows approaching -30. And that is in the Twin Cities, in the southern part of the state. Yesterday central Minnesota experienced a natural gas ‘brownout,’ as Xcel Energy advised customers to turn thermostats down to 60 degrees and avoid using hot water. Xcel put up some customers