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    Waxman’s Lower Standards Do Not Reduce Costs to Consumers

    In an attempt to win over the public, manufacturers and garner more Congressional support, House Energy and Commerce Committee chairman Henry Waxman reduced the short-term stringency of greenhouse gas emission cuts as well as reduced the impossible goals for a renewable portfolio standard. The concessions, as reported by CQPolitics and … More

    Cap and Trade Equals Reduced Trade (Part 6 in a 10-Part Series)

    The economic costs associated with a cap and trade policy are real. Republicans and Democrats alike realize this and have urged caution that a bill must protect American consumers and businesses. One idea floating around to protect American business and manufacturers is a protectionist carbon tariff. Secretary of Energy Steven … More

    Do You Trust the Government to Take Your Money and Give it All Back to You? (Part 4 in a 10-Part Series)

    The reason cap-and-trade and carbon tax have been used interchangeably in the global warming debate is because they are essentially the same thing: a massive tax on energy. Although a more direct approach would be to tax carbon dioxide, it does not make it any more acceptable. But this tax … More