“The fundamental point has always been this. Climate change is governed by hundreds of factors, or variables, and the very idea that we can manage climate change predictably by understanding and manipulating at the margins one politically selected factor (CO2) is as misguided as it gets. It’s scientific nonsense.”
Yes, elections have consequences. Hopefully “…more jobs, more revenues, more wealth, higher wages, and lower energy prices.”
Imagine that. EPA is corrupt. And its rules are rigged. Don’t suppose a rigged rule is behind Kemper, do you?
Hard to believe, but crony capitalism must be easier in China. “Welsh says his company is engaging in several conversations with both privately and state-owned organizations in China that are interested in licensing DSM’s technology”. Wonder if he got some leads from Southern Company about who buys unworkable technology in China?
“We do not need to “fix” or “control” the climate. We couldn’t if we tried. We do need to fix the climate of fraud, corruption and destructive policies that kill jobs, dreams and people.” Look at Kemper and Kior right here in River City.
How true. “Congressional oversight is better than nothing, but the reality is that federal agencies like the EPA have become a law unto themselves. They have far too much power, and tend to regard Congress (and even more so, the voters) as a mere inconvenience.”
“God bless America, God bless Silverton, Colorado, and God protect us from the EPA.”
By Rob Nikolewski / August 7, 2015 / www.Watchdog.org It appears that states looking to fight the sweeping new regulations imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Obama administration are taking a two-pronged approach against the Clean Power Plan. Whether the strategy will work is still unclear. Calling the plan “the single most important […]
Credibility? What credibility? “The environmental disaster happened just a week after the EPA released its Clean Power Plan, the centerpiece of the president’s broader climate change agenda. The proposal is designed to limit carbon emissions from power plants.”
The country is in the very best of hands. Can’t wait for EPA to regulate Mississippi farm ponds.