Lose Your Government Chains
Two Years of Gridlock
by Gary North
On November 2, Americans will go to the polls and decide which political party will control Congress. It is possible that neither party will. The House is expected to go Republican. The Senate is too close to call.
My favorite race is Dr. Art Robinson’s. Human Events, the conservative website, calls his race one of the top ten potential upsets in the House.
Ore.-4: Scientist and scholar Art Robinson is raising big money and attracting independent expenditure support in his raging battle with 24-year Democratic Rep. Peter DeFazio.
Robinson says he will vote with Ron Paul. That means he will vote “no.”
If elected, he will be the only scientist in Congress. He is the scientist who organized the petition signed by 31,000 scientists against the claim that global warming (if it actually exists) is caused by anything humans do.
He is convinced that the United States is going to be dwarfed economically by Asia, because of today’s Federal regulations on energy production.
He is also an opponent of government subsidies to science. He thinks the free market is the source of productive scientific research.