Vitter: Carbon Tax Discussions Should Be Done Openly : Senator David Vitter
This is apparently designed, as Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change official Ottmar Edenhofer recently admitted, “to redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy.” These radical quotes go a long way in explaining why Treasury is working so hard to avoid disclosure of actions that might further this agenda.BBC Confirms That Polar Melt Has Almost No Effect On Sea Level | Climate Depot
'Melting of polar ice sheets has added 11mm to global sea levels over the past two decades, according to the most definitive assessment so far'GOP lawmakers float resolution to keep carbon tax grounded - The Hill's E2-Wire
Real Science analysis: 'Two inches of sea level rise over the next 100 years'
Two conservative Republicans want to ensure that carbon tax proposals never see the light of day in Congress.Senate panel Democrats bash climate change deniers - Darren Goode - POLITICO.com
Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) and Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) said Thursday that they’re seeking support for a resolution declaring that a carbon tax would be economically harmful.
“There is a new normal of new extremes and we have to be prepared for it,” Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) said. “And the reason we have this new normal of new extremes is because global climate change is happening and is real. And we’ve tolerated the deniers for far too long in this body.”