A few questions for climate alarmists

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Paul Driessen has some questions at Townhall.com. Our Congressman, Tim Walz, already voted for the House version of this legislation. In his recent spate of glossy mailings to constituents, he says he’s concerned about our federal budget deficit and about job creation. Yet, if this legislation becomes law, the planet will not be saved, energy will be more expensive for Americans, and everything that relies on energy will be more expensive (unless produced outside of the U.S.). For all of us, that means we can afford less of everything (or have fewer jobs). That means we need less production of everything. That means fewer jobs. That means less tax revenue for the government. That means more pressure on government deficits. Democrats like Tim Walz are either incapable of …

The Smoking Gun At Darwin Zero

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Willis Eschenbach does a wonderful exposition of climate data shenanigans based on differences between raw data and adjustments at Darwin (Australia) airport at Watts Up With That?.

No, the Republicans aren’t the party of “No”

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We received an email last July that wasn’t seen until now. The timing and context surrounded the Cap and Trade legislation passed by the House in late June. I didn’t know if the correspondent was still interested but I responded via email. Here’s the correspondence… From: [somebody] Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 7:51 AM To: [MN GOP Chair Tony Sutton] Cc: [Olmsted county GOP] Subject: I read your column in the Rochester Post Bulletin Mr. Sutton (and Duane Quam), I read the opinion piece published yesterday in the Rochester Post Bulletin. I am a chemistry teacher and I want to let you know I have been disappointed in the GOP response to efforts to curb energy use and reduce global warming. It is all about “NO” for the …