Climate Talking Points For Trump

bi-polar GoreI was on the Charles Butler show this morning (starts at around 28:00) and he said he would forward some key climate talking points over to the @realDonaldTrump campaign. Democrats are very organized with their climate talking points, and have the media trained as attack dogs. Their  propaganda is easily countered by a few simple points.

Almost all of our heat, light, cooling, communication and transportation is done using fossil fuels. All of our food and medicine is transported using fossil fuels. Without fossil fuels, every tree would get cut down by people needing to burn wood for warmth. The air would be thick with smoke like China.

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Clinton Promises ‘Millions’ Of Green Jobs — But What About Coal Country?

HillaryDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said her policies would create “millions of good-paying clean energy jobs” while formally accepting her party’s nomination Thursday in what many Democrats billed as a historic night.

Clinton’s call for green jobs comes after being sharply criticized for saying her policies will “put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.” Clinton has proposed a $30 billion spending plan to support coal communities as mines are closed, but that’s not enough for many coal supporters.

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More Dems Are Calling Anti-Oil Crusade An Impractical Fantasy

fracking_protestThe Democratic Party’s move to push away from the “keep it in the ground” anti-oil movement is gaining steam, as liberal lawmakers continue assaulting the crusade at the Democratic National Convention.

Iowa Congressman Dave Loebsack and former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, both Democrats, used a portion of their commentary at a Wednesday Politico event on energy and climate decrying the movement to force fossil fuels on the dust heap of history.

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The next generation of hydrogen cars to debut at 2018 Winter Olympics

hyundaiHyundai announced today it will unveil its next generation of hydrogen-fueled cars at the Winter #Olympics in South Korea’s Alpine City in February 2018.

With a gaggle of reporters expected to be there, Hyundai hopes to capitalize on the free publicity and show off its second-generation hydrogen car.

Hyundai was the first automaker to mass produce a hydrogen-fueled car and promises their second generation vehicles will have even more features.

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America blighted by industrial wind

windfarm-blight“America is being auctioned off to the highest bidder.” Donald J. Trump

A recent Joe Mahoney article, NY looks to the wind to replace its fossil fuel diet, was full of half-truths and misinformation.

There is nothing “free,” “clean” or “green” about industrial wind. Quite the contrary: the true costs of industrial wind development are astronomical. Yet, the wishful thinking of Governor Andrew Cuomo, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, “green” ideologues, and “renewable” energy hustlers and subsidy-seekers who benefit from this massive taxpayer and ratepayer rip-off has been repeated by countless “journalists” without question for years now.

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AGs who subpoenaed Exxon refuse to comply with House subpoenas

lamar_smithTwo state attorneys general who subpoenaed ExxonMobil on climate change are now refusing to comply with a House committee’s subpoenas on the Democrats’ pursuit of climate dissenters.

House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith said Wednesday the panel would “consider using all tools at its disposal to further its investigation” after New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey refused to cooperate.

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Obama Grants Uber A Sweet Deal After Company Chauffeured DNC VIPs

uberThe Obama administration decided Wednesday that federal agencies should reimburse employees who use ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft during the course of their business day.

The General Services Administration (GSA), which supports the functions of federal agencies, explained that employees could use ride-sharing mobile applications “when it is advantageous to the government.”

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France Agrees To Build Huge Nuclear Reactor For UK, Saving $32 Billion

nuclear_plantThe French nuclear giant Electricite de France (EDF) agreed Thursday to build a nuclear reactor at Hinkley Point, United Kingdom by 2025, after years of delays and environmental opposition.

U.K. taxpayers could have been stuck paying $31.6 billion if the reactors had been blocked for political reasons, according to released government documents. EDF is moving ahead despite the company’s serious financial problems and the fact that the project’s credit rating is below investment grade.

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You Could Pay More to Fly Under This EPA Climate Change Rule

airplaneFlying used to be a luxury only the rich could afford. Advances in the airline industry making travel more efficient and affordable have expanded the mobility of hundreds of millions of Americans.

But a decision by the Environmental Protection Agency is likely to take air travel backward.

The EPA on Monday released a final “endangerment finding” that greenhouse gases from large commercial aircraft cause climate change and endanger “Americans’ health and the environment.”

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Flashback 2010: Cameron challenges Morano, skeptics to debate and then jumps ship at last minute

James Cameron

James Cameron

Hollywood director James Cameron challenged three high profile global warming skeptics to a public debate at a global warming and energy conference. But Cameron backed out of the debate at the last minute after environmentalists “came out of the woodwork” to warn him not to engage in a debate with skeptics because it was not in his best interest.

Cameron challenged Andrew Breitbart, Climate Depot’s Marc Morano and filmmaker Ann McElhinney of ‘Not Evil Just Wrong.’ The debate was already in the program for the Aspen American Renewable Energy Day (AREDAY) summit. The website program described the agreed to debate as “AREDAY Climate Change Debate: Reality or Fiction?”

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