Carbon taxes? They make sense to leftist professors and government economists and UN diplomats and professional lobbyists. To the rest of us — the mere citizens — it’s just another tax.
Donald Trump’s smart enough to choose which side he’s on. I’ll show you what he’s had to say on that topic.
It’s a global trend. One of the first things Theresa May did as England’s new prime minister was shut down the Department of Climate Change. And Australia runs on coal. That won’t change soon.
Meanwhile, Ontario shut down the biggest coal-fired power plant on the continent — the most efficient, the most productive. Alberta is shutting down its state of the art coal plants, at the cost of billions of dollars.
I don’t know if Donald Trump will be the next president. I do know that our key allies are walking away from the global warming mania of the past decade.
Only Trudeau is stupid enough and ideologically malicious enough to destroy our own economy — and Alberta, the province that he and his father have always despised — by using global warming as an excuse...
Tonight we're talking more about "climate change," with Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore in studio, and our friend Marc Morano from Climate Depot, whose documentary "Climate Hustle" is coming out on DVD shortly.
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