In his State of the Union Address, President Obama invited “anybody [who] wants to dispute the science around climate change . . . to have at it.”
The Supreme Court’s response? Thank you, Mr. President, for the offer. We will.
On Feb. 9, the court upheld a delay of Obama’s war on fossil fuels, which is supposed to “stop climate change,” in the form of new restrictions on factories’ greenhouse-gas emissions. Apparently a majority of the court is less confident of the “science around climate change” than Obama is.
As well they should be. Obama’s policies will have negligible effects on the climate and will be all pain with no gain.
Two critical points about “the science around climate change” stand out in a review recently completed by the CO2 Coalition, a new independent, nonpartisan scientific-educational group (CO2Coalition.org). Read more