Growth, trade, economic well-being and yes, fossil fuels are the best protection we have from a nature that isn’t nice – so in the name of sustainability, let’s have more of those things.
The rhetoric for a “climate change catastrophe” has been around for decades. When warming didn’t happen, the rhetoric changed to threats of freezing, which morphed back to warming.
Climate change is real. It’s a problem, but I doubt that it’s “an existential threat.” Saying that makes alarmists mad.
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Governments want to keep control… Carbon dioxide becomes that molecule by which (they) can take control of your lives.
Today’s wild predictions about climate doom are likely to be just as true as yesteryear’s. The major difference is today’s Americans are far more gullible and more likely to spend trillions fighting global warming.
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The Green New Deal’s goal is to move America to zero carbon emissions in 10 years.
House Resolution 109 “Recognizing the Duty of the Federal Government to Create a Green New Deal,” has a long list of sponsoring congresspersons who seem to be not much different from that child in the toy store.
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claims that “the world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change.”
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The values the oil companies provide far outweigh negative consequences of fossil fuel production.
The New York Times and the scientists it cites in “U.S. Climate Report Warns of Damaged Environment and Shrinking Economy”, either do not understand simple mathematics, or rely on the ignorance of their readers to create a silly scaremongering headline over an absurd statistic.
The human mind is the ultimate resource because it, and only it, creates all of the other economically valuable inputs that we call “resources.”
Taking taxpayers’ money and allocating it to fighting climate change, the causes of which are complex, is not rational but irrational climate policy.
Is nature’s inherent dynamism responsible for the climate change of our era? Or are the cause(s) man-made?
The Paris Agreement surrenders our political independence and stifles global energy development that benefits people across the planet.
Only by recognizing the moral value of its work, can business stand up and defend itself like Resolute Forest Products has done.
Governments’ use of force to curtail CO2 emissions is not only futile—it undermines freedom of business and of the rest of us, and therefore, human prosperity and flourishing.
The environmentalist and other activist leaders concentrate on reversing human progress and diminishing human well-being as much as possible.
By slashing the effective price for an electric car, the federal government and the state of Colorado are enriching savvy and typically wealthy consumers at the expense of everyone else.
To the delight of everyone who cares about freedom and human well-being, Exxon did not surrender to Healey’s irrational demand. Instead, it sued AG Healey in a Texas court last week, for violating its constitutional right for free speech