If the climate changes, people have to adapt. Pretending there’s a way to turn the clock back to some imagined better conditions isn’t going to work.
By Katie Tubb ~
In a speech Wednesday in Massachusetts, President Joe Biden announced that he would use yet more executive action in a bid to push his radical climate agenda, despite recent checks on unilateral presidential action by Congress and the Supreme Court.
The administration is aiming to overhaul the energy sector and the American economy to achieve the costly and unrealistic objectives of halving greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and reaching economy-wide net-zero emissions by 2050.
In remarks Wednesday at the site of a former power station in Somerset, Massachusetts, President Joe Biden preaches to a small gathering of the converted on the purported “clear and present danger” of climate change. His audience comprised Cabinet officials and Democratic members of the House and Senate. (Photo: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)
Biden stopped short of invoking national emergency powers to achieve his climate agenda as rumored, while promising more regulatory…
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July 23, 2022 at 05:54AM