ere are two fronts in the dirty energy industry's war on the climate with funding and legislative support from the Koch brothers on renewable energy and regulations to reduce carbon emissions. ere are two fronts in the dirty energy industry's war on the climate with funding and legislative support from the Koch brothers on renewable energy and regulations to reduce carbon emissions.
Boehner and Republicans are also intent on defeating President Obama's climate change initiatives on myriad fronts such as stripping the EPA's authority to regulate carbon emissions from coal-fired electricity generating plants, or the air and water pollution related to coal mining. If Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are so intent on comparing America to China, they should embrace the President's climate change agenda and follow the communist nation's latest effort.
Republicans in the House and Senate are so angry at the President over new Environmental Protection Agency regulations on coal-powered power plants that they are threatening to withhold previously agreed-on funding for the government unless the EPA regulations are eliminated by September 30.
Political pundits are wont to claim Republicans obstruct governance and oppose policies and agendas that benefit the entire nation because they are clueless and lack issues, policies, and agendas, but that is not the case.
Republicans and their conservative donors are staunch defenders of free market capitalism; that is until they see a viable competitor.
Between last week's report on climate change and the devastation at home from super-storms, flooding, droughts, wild fires, tornados and this week's news Antarctica is melting, conservatives went berserk and accused scientists using data, reason, and knowledge to bully people.
Republicans are methodically defunding the Environmental Protection Agency to either abolish the agency or eliminate its ability to protect Americans from poison in the water they drink and toxins in the air they breathe.