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Comments on the Testimony of Dr. Richard Somerville

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Ten Major Failures of So-called Consensus Climate Science

By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM, AMS Fellow INTRODUCTION The US congress sub-committee on Energy and Commerce Committee held hearings on whether to restrict in some way the EPA’s regulatory authority relative to greenhouse gas emissions. There were 7 scientists invited to … Continue reading

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Waxman, Markey, and Inslee’s argument

Last week the House Energy & Power Subcommittee marked up H.R. 910, the Energy Tax Prevention Act. Today, the full House Energy & Commerce Committee will mark up the bill. Opponents, especially Reps. Waxman, Markey, and Inslee, viciously attacked the … Continue reading

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Pielke Sr. on “missed opportunities” in Washingtion

Missed Opportunity At The March 8 2011 The House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee Hearing “Climate Science and EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Regulation” Yesterday, I posted on the March 8 2011 House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee Hearing “Climate Science … Continue reading

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BREAKING: House bill unveiled late Friday cuts EPA budget by $3 billion, blocks funding for all current and pending EPA climate regulations for stationary CO2 source

The Hill E2 wire reports: House GOP spending bill prohibits funding for EPA climate regs By Andrew Restuccia – 02/11/11 07:33 PM ET A government spending bill unveiled Friday night by House Republicans would prohibit funding for Environmental Protection Agency … Continue reading

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EPA responds to congressional attempts to reel in greenhouse gas regulation

The question is, are we a country of laws made by our representatives, or a country of laws made by bureaucrats? The constitution provides only one answer, and Ms. Jackson would do well to read it. Latest News release from … Continue reading

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