Watered-Down SB 350 Still Threatens California

Diane Harkey Board of Equalization Member Diane Harkey Leave a Comment

This op-ed originally appeared in the Riverside Press-Enterprise Once in a while, even in the California state Legislature, we witness democracy in action or a rare moment when a well-intentioned, but harmful, strongly supported and lobbied bill, is rejected due to a lack of votes. In the final days of the Legislature’s 2014-2015 session, the right number of elected officials listened …

State Senate bill on “clean air, clean energy, and climate” not good for California

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When the government knocks at your door and says, “We’re here to help,” it’s rarely true. Like so many bills, California Senate Bill 350 has good intentions. It wants to “improve public health by setting new standards for California’s Renewable Portfolio Standard, reducing petroleum use, and increasing energy efficiency in existing buildings.” The bill also promises to “Create jobs, grow …

Climategate 2.0 — More Global Warming Emails Apparently Released

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A second release of the controversial Climategate emails from global warming scientists appears to have  just taken place. The most important question is whether these emails are real and not some hoax. If they’re real, the cover-up of biased global warming scientists has become even flimsier. And the task of their dutiful allies in the mainstream media has become much …

Global Warming Causes Tsunamis! So Saith The Sages Of Grist

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Until  National Review Online posted about this scary story from enviro mag Grist, I wasn’t aware of this frightening new dimension to the catastrophic effect global warming climate change is having. Already, 2011 is the costliest year for insurance claims due to natural disasters, aided by climate change. The cost so far: $265 billion, greater than the previous record, set …

Since The Pole Obviously Still Exists, Perhaps We Should Send a Letter to the North Pole

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Between smoking gun E Mails spotlighting fraudulent information by scientists who attempted to prove the phenomenon of Global Warming, and a record cold winter all over the world, many who still think it’s a good idea to tax our brains out for the sake of a “greener” land are retreating from all the hot talk, and offering, in exchange, the …