Tag: carbon emissions

Requiem For the Electric Car: Titanic Subsidies, Miniscule Sales

We are all forced, at gunpoint, to lavishly subsidize the manufacture and sale of electric cars, which tend to be a boutique product for very rich people. Every step of production and sale is juiced with subsidies. No one is selling electric cars for their actual market price, and even with all that subsidy sugar to help the medicine go down, hardly anyone is interested in buying them. It’s one of the biggest forced transfers of wealth from middle-income taxpayers to rich people ever conceived.

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Paris Climate Goals Require Global Industrial Shutdown

The Associated Press struggles mightily to avoid admitting that the Paris “climate conference” was a very expensive dystopian fantasy, in which world leaders soaked their taxpayers and also spewed vast amounts of carbon into the atmosphere with their luxury jets, just to hold the world’s largest “Mad Max” live-action role-playing game

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Britain Loses Top Energy Rating After Slashing Subsidies

(Reuters) – Britain has lost its top-notch energy policy rating from the U.N.-accredited World Energy Council after the government prematurely cut some renewable energy subsidies, creating uncertainty about how it will address support in future. The World Energy Council has

Alberta Oil Companies Hemorrhage Cash After NDP Tax Hike

President Obama is not alone in wielding governmental power to clamp down on carbon-emitting energy. While he weaponizes the Environmental Protection Agency to take on coal-powered energy, potentially shutting down hundreds of coal-fired power plants, Alberta’s new socialist NDP government is pushing ostensibly environmentally-minded policies against oil on shared premises of combating “climate change.”

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Report: Detailed Evidence of ‘Cozy Relationships,’ Secret Meetings Between Obama Admin and Environmental Activists

One day after President Obama released new environmental regulations for power plant emissions, the United States Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) released a detailed report of its “unprecedented” findings of the “inner-workings” of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), suggesting the EPA and the White House were all too “cozy” with environmental activists.