• Editorial: The Carbon Tax Chimera

    • Date: 27/02/17
    • Editorial, The Wall Street Journal

    The Shultz-Baker proposal sounds better than it would work. The climate may change but one thing that never does is the use of climate change as a political wedge against Republicans. Also never changing is the call from some Republicans to neutralize the issue by handing more economic power to the federal government through a […]

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  • Christopher Booker: Green Insanity That Is Worse Than Burning Coal

    • Date: 25/02/17
    • Christopher Booker, Daily Mail

    Almost exactly four years ago, I revealed details in the Daily Mail of what I described as the perfect symbol of Britain’s ‘mad energy policy’. It demonstrated more vividly than anything just how far the politicians in charge had become so lost in ‘green’ make-believe that their behaviour amounted to collective insanity. What I was […]

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  • G20: Angela Merkel Sets A Climate Ambush For Donald Trump

    • Date: 22/02/17
    • Rupert Darwall, National Review Online

    German chancellor Angela Merkel is preparing to spring an ambush on President Trump at this year’s G-20 summit in July. And Trump’s response will determine whether his presidency plays out like George W. Bush’s second term or puts America’s energy exceptionalism at the service of reviving American greatness. Less than two months into his presidency, […]

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  • Kimberley Strassel: Don’t Wimp Out On Climate

    • Date: 17/02/17
    • Kimberley A. Strassel, The Wall Street Journal

    If Trump doesn’t dump the Paris accord, his economic agenda is in jeopardy. President Trump with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Feb. 1. PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES President Trump will soon turn his attention to another major campaign promise—rolling back the Obama climate agenda—and according to one quoted administration source his executive orders on that topic will “suck […]

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  • Europe’s Green Madness: Dieselgate Was A Political Disaster

    • Date: 15/02/17
    • Holman W Jenkins Jr., The Wall Street Journal

    After the Kyoto treaty, Europe’s entire auto industry was led down the primrose lane of adopting a technology that now appears to be a commercial and regulatory dead-end. Contrary to usual practice, we’ll begin with the punch-line: less than 4/1,000ths of a degree Celsius. That’s how much warming might be spared half a century from […]

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  • The Baker-Shultz Carbon-Tax Plan Is a Bad Deal for Americans

    • Date: 14/02/17
    • Rupert Darwall, National Review Online

    The fact that it’s being proposed by Republicans doesn’t make it any more economically palatable. Madness is rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, nations, and ages it is the rule — Friedrich Nietzsche Cap and trade was just one way of skinning the cat; it was not the only way,” Barack Obama declared […]

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  • Christopher Booker: Will Donald Trump And The Republicans Bring An End To The Costliest Scare Story Ever Known?

    • Date: 12/02/17
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    Once this scandal has been properly brought out into the open, it will raise the most disturbing question mark yet over the promotion of the greatest and costliest scare story the world has ever known. Two years ago last week, I wrote a column given the provocative heading “The fiddling of temperature data is the […]

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  • Depressed, Climate Activists Move Into The Last Stages Of Grief

    • Date: 11/02/17
    • Larry Kummer, Fabius Maximus

    Trump’s election, solidifying the Republican’s dominance at all levels of the US government, has disheartened climate activists. A new article in The Atlantic attempts to build support, but only shows the weakness of their beliefs. Perhaps the skeptics have won this round of the climate wars, but only the weather will determine which side is […]

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