Coming Face to Face with the Neo-Warmer's Agenda [NOOK Book]

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Why are politicians in such a rush to create and implement a public policy with laws, rules, and regulations that people with common sense know for sure will cost billions if not trillions of tax dollars, yet there is no real proof or evidence that as a result all the money and resources spent will have any serious impact on our planet's climate? Why do this, especially when our global competitors like China, Russia and India, are not rushing to do the same thing? Do they know something we don't know? The only ...
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Coming Face to Face with the Neo-Warmer's Agenda

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Overview

Why are politicians in such a rush to create and implement a public policy with laws, rules, and regulations that people with common sense know for sure will cost billions if not trillions of tax dollars, yet there is no real proof or evidence that as a result all the money and resources spent will have any serious impact on our planet's climate? Why do this, especially when our global competitors like China, Russia and India, are not rushing to do the same thing? Do they know something we don't know? The only thing there seems to be real evidence of is there will be no positive return on investment (ROI) for consumers or business. If our government, even though our Constitution has no provision for such an exercise of power, gets its way, consumers will end up paying much more for goods, services, and will pay higher taxes. Businesses will be forced to cut jobs, the individual quality of life will suffer and there will be much more unnecessary government interference in industry and in our individual lives.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453558522
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 9/21/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 691 KB

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