Milloy: “Where do coal industry investors, employees and communities go to recoup their losses caused by illegal government activity?” Although today’s Court holding is technically limited to vaporizing the Clean Power Plan, it’s hard to see how any EPA regulation of greenhouse gases is legal since Congress never authorized such regulation. Will the Biden EPA care? Not likely. ...One thing is for sure. The EPA is essentially a gangster agency, scheming and thuggish in pursuit of its political goals.
Morano: "Now the whole point of this exercise politically was to bypass democracy. Obama tried to pass climate bills to Congress utterly failed with Democrat House Democrats Senate. So they ended up going through the bureaucracy. They use this 2007 Supreme Court ruling occurred. And then, of course, all these lawsuits came but this is how they had that called that the Chinaification of America -- they bypass the vote of Congress -- bypass everything -- unelected bureaucrats could determine that our breath, human breath, what's in human breath was a pollutant and therefore start regulating the American energy industry, small business big business, however, they felt without having to worry about pesky democracy. And so this new SCOTUS ruling strips that all away and says if you want to regulate this, you're gonna have to do it. Like we've traditionally done it like all democracies do, through the legislator through Congress and have the President sign it. And of course, the liberals are freaking out. They don't like that kind of democracy, which is why they like the COVID lockdown. Same principle. Yeah, you had an emergency decree and you didn't have to have a vote on lockdowns and mask mandates and backs, it all just happened magically to decrease the unelected bureaucracy. They wanted to keep that going with climate."
“If the current rate of emissions continues, children born this year could live to see parts of the Eastern seaboard swallowed by the ocean,” Kagan wrote in her dissent. ...
Kagan said the dangers of rising temperatures and, as a result, devastating environmental effects, including, "Rising waters, scorching heat, and other severe weather conditions [that] could force ‘mass migration events[,] political crises, civil unrest,’ and even state failure.'"
“We are determined to achieve our goals. We can achieve our goals,” Kerry told AFP. “But if the majority of the Supreme Court in the United States really understands the gravity of the situation and is willing to try to be helpful rather than a hindrance, that would certainly help,” he added. ...
China, the world’s biggest carbon emitter, on Friday called on all countries to comply with the Paris pledges. “Singing slogans is not enough,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said of the United States. Kerry, who has worked with Chinese officials despite growing tensions between Beijing and Washington, said he was “not surprised by the news.”
“We’re going to show China exactly how we’re going to do the job,” he said.
Marc Morano: We're shutting down our domestic energy which we were wanting to dominate for the first time since Harry Truman under Trump to now more reliance on China and more reliance on Russian mining of nickel. This is a disaster but it's exactly in line with what Economic Forum, the United Nations, and the World Health Organization, -- they have decided they want a weakened America to be collapsed and then rebuilt in the globalist image with massive Chinese influence.
Joe Piscopo: You're on fire Marc Morano. Let's continue this next week my brother, please have a great Fourth of July and thank you so much.
Tony Heller: "The Biden Administration claims July was third hottest on record in the US. This claim has no basis in reality, and is what happens when there are no checks and balances to protect the public from intentional misinformation from government sources."
Since 1986, the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) surveys roughly 100 of the 3000 coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef (GBR). Ridd used this data to construct the coral cover since 1986 (Figure 1) which shows that the GBR has record high coral cover.