By pure chance, I listened to “Science Friday” on National Public Radio while on a Florida road trip last September 24.  I heard host Ira Flatow interview New York Times climate reporter Coral Davenport.  The transcript is posted online at Congress Is Considering Two Climate Change Bills. What’s In Them? (sciencefriday.com).  The podcast is at September 24, 2021 – Science Friday  

Until then, I thought that both the “bipartisan” $1 trillion “infrastructure”, and the “progressive” Democrat $3.5 trillion “reconciliation” packages were just obscenely bloated versions of previous “stimulus” spending we had with Obama and Trump.    

Now I know that both bills are far more radical and dangerous.  They are sponsored by people who hate America’s large, prosperous, and politically independent middle class.  These “woke” Democrats are determined to break us.

The premise of both bills is that by enjoying safe and comfortable lifestyles, we are causing floods, fires, and droughts that are ruining the planet.  They say this is because we are burning too much fossil fuel.  The goal of both bills is to cut America’s fossil fuel use in half during the next nine years.  If these bills become law, the federal government will heavily fine every power company that does not systematically shut down most of its coal, oil, and natural gas power plants by then.  It would also pay billions as bribes to companies to build and use new solar panels and wind turbines instead.

The federal government would also pay people, businesses, and schools to buy electric cars, trucks, and buses. It would also pay for more solar panels.

This would permanently end prosperity in America.  Solar panels and wind turbines cannot power a modern economy.  The electricity they generate is too weak, intermittent, unpredictable, and unreliable. Solar and wind energy is often wasted. It cannot be stored when not needed.  It saves l

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