The neighbor across the border chimes in on a view of the Paris Climate agreement. I wonder if he is typical of Canadians?
The Paris Agreement is nothing but a lofty and symbolic United Nations initiative – one that facilitates smug liberal virtue-signaling, big government intervention in the economy and socialist redistribution of wealth.
Here is Marlo Lewis’ take on one view of the Paris Agreement/Treaty. It is an interesting one and his thoughts were published before the Trump announcement.
The Paris Agreement was the capstone of President Obama’s climate action plan, the political strategy by which he intended to give the Clean Power Plan and other legally dubious climate policies a treaty-like status, but without going through the constitutional treaty process.More
Bottom line, President Trump gave good reasons for pulling out of the Paris Accord.
From the American Thinker: more here.
Marc O. DeGirolami is a law professor at St. John’s University and the author of The Tragedy of Religious Freedom.
Professor DeGirolami wrote a great post this weekend about judges with a bad case of Trump Derangement Syndrome:
Something ugly is happening to the First Amendment. It is being contorted to enable judges to protest Donald Trump’s presidency.
On just one, the EPA. The Environmental PROTECTION Agency is no longer protecting the environment. She is creating hell on earth for farmers and private land owners. Her regulations are out of control. She has infringed on so many rights of American citizens and it is a very serious matter. Lastly, much of the money is spent on establishing that the temperature is going up in America. OK, we get it, the temperature is going up. Stop measuring and come up with very practical ways that humans can help delay temperature increases in America. Don’t just keep spending the budget on measuring the temperature.
… excludes Iraq from list of banned countries.
Trump and company need to wake up and do the right thing. The approach needs to be surgical and not broad-stroked.
We may lose this family and it is so unfortunate.
I am keenly interested in Sweden and the cultural shifts taking place there. I’ve watched reports from there long before Donald Trump took office, so I know about the crime, no-go zones, anti-assimilation and more.
Now the New York Times is picking up on the story after President Trump made a comment about the chaos in Sweden. But it seems from a Front Page reporter, that there is denial round and round on both sides of the ocean.More