Friday, June 21, 2013


Obama’s Melting Wings | National Review Online
[Mark Steyn] could slip large slabs of “On the Wings of Love” into Obama’s telepromptered pap and none of the 27 Germans still awake would have noticed the difference:
The effort to slow climate change requires bold action. For the grim alternative affects all nations — more severe storms, more famine and floods . . . coastlines that vanish, oceans that rise, you look at me and I begin to melt, just like the snow when a ray of sun is felt. . . . This is the future we must avert. This is the global threat of our time. . . . That is our task. We have to get to work. We’re flowing like a stream, running free, flowing on the wings of love . . .
Energy Geek Week (2): Greens Need to Take Their Brown Lumps | Power Line
I sometimes wonder what would happen to Hollywood if their political inclinations were actually put into practice. Not many people would be able to drive to the theater to take in their latest films. How would that work out for them?
Sen. Feinstein plans power plant carbon bill - The Hill's E2-Wire
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said Thursday that she’s planning legislation that would impose a fee on carbon emissions from power plants, a measure that’s narrower than carbon bills circulated by other Democrats.

Feinstein told reporters that her bill would assess a $10-per-ton fee on emissions “just for the utility industry,” and that she plans to float the measure in a couple of weeks.

It would add to other carbon tax bills that are piling up even as the concept faces long odds on Capitol Hill.
Climatesense-norpag: The State of the Climate Wars June 2013. The Science and The Politics.
In the U.S.A the battle is about to commence in earnest.In Britain the ongoing collapse of the CAGW delusion amongst the scientists made no difference to the discussion. I see no evidence that either Obama and his hand picked true believers in the CAGW religion or the Democratic Congressional leadership will be any more influenced by the changing science than their British counterparts.With the Supreme Court decision behind them can the EPA be stopped? We'll see.

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