Chipotle Mexican restaurants reported it is experiencing no shortage of avocadoes, putting an end to the latest mythical global warming crisis just hours after it began.
Chipotle made international news Tuesday when it strategized in its annual report that it may choose to respond to spikes in salsa or guacamole ingredients by temporarily not offering salsa or guacamole with its dishes. The annual report speculated weather volatility or global warming might be potential causes of such price spikes.
No sooner did global warming activists report with glee that they had discovered a climate change crisis than Chipotle put a damper on the alarmist claims. Chipotle reported it has experienced no avocado or guacamole problems. Instead, ingredients for salsa and guacamole have been plentifully available.
"As a public company ... we are required to disclose any potential issues that could have potential impact on our business, and we do that very thoroughly,” Chipotle explained to the...
Global warming is not increasing insurance industry payouts for weather-related events, according to Warren Buffett, whose Berkshire Hathaway company owns several insurance and reinsurance companies. Berkshire made his observations while announcing strong earnings to Berkshire-Hathaway shareholders.
Berkshire explained to shareholders that strong insurance earnings fueled $19.48 billion in Berkshire Hathaway profits last year.
Global warming activists frequently claim that insurance...
Martha Boneta, a big-spirited small farmer, calls newly enacted land-use legislation in Virginia a “landmark event” that will boost agricultural entrepreneurs there.
“No Virginian should be forced to lose everything when they fight city hall,” said Boneta, who is locked in a costly legal battle with Fauquier County officials over use of her farmland.
State lawmakers sided with Boneta this year, giving farmers protection from overreaching bureaucrats.
Bills by state Sen. Richard Stuart (R-...
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