Brent Dickerson recently joined the Absolute Rights team as a contributing writer, adding his knowledge and perspective.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 29, 2012
One of the latest articles from AbsoluteRights.com comes from new contributing writer Brent Dickerson, and it shares his opinion on the beliefs behind President Obama’s battle against the coal industry.
Dickerson wrote that Obama adheres to the ideals and theories of John Maynard Keynes, but that “the problem with these theories is that they often times don’t work.”
“Coal is the greatest producer of energy in the USA. If coal plants go out of business, they will not be out of business for long. There are too many people that depend on electricity from these plants,” said the article.
The main issue, according to Dickerson, is that the likely solution is to nationalize the coal industry with bailouts similar to the ones large banks and GM received.
“He will make the electric energy industry his enemy, and declare that the only way to save the country is to take them over, bail them out, and let them retrofit their operations to meet his clean air standards,” wrote Dickerson in the article.
Information and opinions like this can be found daily on AbsoluteRights.com, where topics like survival, emergency readiness, politics, foreign affairs, and rights violations are covered extensively.
Brent Dickerson recently joined the Absolute Rights team as a contributing writer, adding his knowledge and perspective to the already accomplished collection of freedom protectors and political informers. Under the leadership of Managing Editor Tim Young, Absolute Rights has gathered a fantastic group of writers and contributors, each adding their own level of expertise and skills to the forum.
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