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The Big Chill
by Pete du Pont   Two months ago this column offered an analysis of the Waxman-Markey global warming bill, its enormous cost and its practical impossibilities   Sometime in the next few weeks Congress will begin consideration of the bill, one of the priorities of the Oba...[read more]
A Harsh Climate for Trade
How Climate Change Proposals Threaten Global Commerce     by Sallie James   The upcoming Copenhagen conference on climate change has led to calls for the United States to adopt a climate change abatement program in advance. In an effort to minimize adverse effects on ce...[read more]
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Impact of Waxman-Markey on Delaware
The Heritage Foundation has released data on the impact of the Waxman-Markey Cap and Trade bill on Delaware. The report notes that if passed, the bill will result in losses in Gross State Product, Personal Income, and Non- Farm Jobs in Delaware.   The study, written by Karen Campbell, Ph.D....[read more]
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Cap-and-Stick-It-To-All
Aparna Mathur, research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute has penned an excellent review of the cap-and-trade legislation and the harmful effects it would produce if passed.   What follows is an excerpt from the article, which is subtitled, "The conventional wisdom is wrong: ...[read more]
Is the U.S. Temperature Record Reliable?
A report by The Heartland Institute discusses whether our  nation's surface temperature records are reliable.
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Where Are All The Green Jobs?
By Mr. Russ Harding / Posted: Nov. 12, 2008 Politicians and self-proclaimed environmentalist groups tell us that the salvation of our moribund economy is green jobs. We are being asked to believe in the bold new economy that will replace current forms of energy such as coal-fired power plants and g...[read more]
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