Roy Cordato

Senior Economist and Resident Scholar

Posts by Roy Cordato (page 7)

  • La Nina expected to bring downward spike in temps

    After a particularly strong El Nino gave the globe some of the highest temps on record over the last year it appears that the La Nina that is currently being ushered in is already pushing temperatures downward–and the trend could last a while. This article explains the process nicely.
    Roy Cordato, June 17, 2016
  • You might be a progressive if…

    …you believe that the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution has something to do with wearing sleeveless or short sleeve shirts.
    Roy Cordato, June 9, 2016
  • What else happened during this time period?

    Try the birth and then spread of free market capitalism and the industrial revolution that it ushered in.
    Roy Cordato, May 23, 2016
  • You might be a progressive if…

    …you believe that “climate science,” much like the founding fathers of your movement all believed about the science of eugenics, is settled.
    Roy Cordato, May 19, 2016
  • You might be a progressive if…

    …you believe that the science surrounding how additional CO2 in the atmosphere will effect global climate is settled but the science of how to tell the difference between a boy and a girl is not.
    Roy Cordato, May 16, 2016
  • You might be a progressive if…

    …you see nothing ironic about Bernie Sanders telling a group of young people who support him because he is promising them free college, that greed is destroying America.
    Roy Cordato, May 12, 2016
  • You might be a progressive if…

    …given a choice between reducing the incomes of the rich (say top 2% of income earners) by 50 percent or increasing the incomes of the the poor (say the bottom quintile of income earners) by 100%, you, without hesitation, would choose the former.
    Roy Cordato, May 2, 2016