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Why The ‘Conservative’ Carbon Tax Is Still A Non-Starter

July 18, 2018 by

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By Bryan Cosby and Katie Tubb ~ It feels like beating a dead horse, but the “conservative” carbon tax proposal is still hanging around. A number of conservative groups are so tired of the mislabeled carbon tax that they’re pushing Congress to take a nonbinding vote to help finally put the issue to rest. That vote—based […]

30 Years Of Exaggerating Global Warming

June 23, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Pat Michaels and Ryan Maue fact check the explosive claim  made 30 years ago by probably the high priest of the global warming scare: James E. Hansen wiped sweat from his brow. Outside it was a record-high 98 degrees on June 23, 1988, as the NASA scientist testified before the Senate Committee on […]

Climate Change Australia – Prime Minister Turnbull’s Carbon Tax Hits Hurdle

June 19, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s objection to this carbon tax is the better:  Labor is warning that a government proposal to impose 10 years of legislated emissions cuts on the electricity sector will be too weak and will undermine its support for Malcolm Turnbull’s signature ­energy policy, which also faces the […]

America Is An Increasingly Minor CO2 Emitter

June 6, 2018 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ The United States and Western democracies as a whole are increasingly minor players among global carbon dioxide emitters, U.S. EPA data show. Without dramatic emissions reductions in China, India, and other developing nations, dramatic reductions in the United States, Western Europe, and Japan will have little impact on global […]

Some Of The Loudest Backers Of Paris Climate Accords Are Bucking The Agreement

June 2, 2018 by

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By Nicolas Loris and Bryan Cosby ~ June 1 marks the first anniversary of President Donald Trump’s having begun the process of withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate accord. Foreign leaders immediately criticized the decision. German Chancellor Angela Merkel called the decision to leave “extremely regrettable,” while the prime minister of Denmark, Lars Lokke […]

China On Track To Comply With Paris Accord … By INCREASING Emissions?

May 31, 2018 by

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By Michael Bastasch ~ New greenhouse gas emissions data from the environmental group Greenpeace shows China is still on track to meet its pledge to fight global warming under the Paris Agreement. Greenpeace found China’s carbon dioxide emissions were increasing at their fastest rate in seven years, based on Chinese government figures, the Financial Times […]

The College Republicans’ Misguided Support For A Carbon Tax

April 7, 2018 by

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By Elliott Raia and Nicolas Loris ~ In what many view as a stark about-face, College Republicans across the country are endorsing a carbon tax to address climate change. As one young Republican put it, “I think students really want to have a solutions-based discussion.” If that’s the case, the conversation should be over before […]