Category Archives: Cap and Trade

VDH on what Bush hatred and anger has wrought

It’s long but it is great. I will only post some of the best quotes here. You need to read it all.  He starts with: The Great Madness of 2004-10 The First Symptoms of Hatred—2004 to 2008 For about seven … Continue reading

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Quotes and links to two related energy items of note

It seems to me these have a lot to do with each other.  This one is from The Examiner. Obama rubs elbows with regulatory robber barons By: Timothy P. Carney President Obama on Monday was scheduled to give a pep … Continue reading

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Cap and Trade or EPA Regulations

From Canada Free Press EPA Regulation of CO2 Emissions Will Begin in 10 Months By Fred Dardick So much for the spectacle of Democrats and Republicans fighting their way through Congress over the future of Cap and Trade energy legislation. … Continue reading

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The EPA and Cap and Trade

Frontpage Magazine has an article explaining how the EPA might be thwarted in it’s try to get around no Cap and Trade bill.Apparently there are controls in place to prevent or delay any implementation. But… do we have anyone who … Continue reading

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Cap and Trade Runs into Problems

Climate Change Measure Should Be Set Aside, U.S. Senators SayBy Daniel Whitten and Simon Lomax Aug. 14 (Bloomberg) — The U.S. Senate should abandon efforts to pass legislation curbing greenhouse-gas emissions this year and concentrate on a narrower bill to … Continue reading

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