In the News

by William Yeatman on May 12, 2009

in Blog

Sending Us Back to 1875
U.S. Representative Joe Barton (R-Texas), Washington Times, 10 May 2009

The war against global warming evidently starts at home, where President Obama says the price of electricity will “necessarily skyrocket” when the government caps carbon dioxide and issues emissions permits that utilities can buy and sell to one another.

Is Copenhagen Already Dead?
Terence Corcoran, National Post, 12 May 2009

The great global policy push for massive climate control laws and big fat taxes on carbon appear to be heading into a brick wall. From Australia to British Columbia, from Washington to Copenhagen, there are growing signs that the much anticipated replacement for the Kyoto Accord will be as dead as Kyoto before it arrives.

Expose Cap-and-Trade Costs
Jason Chaffetz, Washington Times, 12 May 2009

Government gets more of our money, and utility companies get the blame when they pass on the tax increase to consumers.

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