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January 1, Biden’s Climate Plan – a Burden on the Nation



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In a classic display of governmental overreach, the Biden administration has announced a radical rule change that threatens the very foundations of our energy sector. Under the new rule, the majority of U.S. power plants would be required to cut greenhouse gas pollution by a whopping 90% between 2035 and 2040 or face shutdown.

On the surface, it’s a move aimed at an attempt to curb global warming. But the practical implications of this decision could put the nation’s electricity supply and economic stability at serious risk.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the goal is to cut 617 million metric tons of carbon dioxide by 2042. That’s the equivalent of taking half the cars in the U.S. off the road each year. EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan argues that these new standards are a crucial step in reducing harmful pollution and promoting a cleaner future.

But the government’s good intentions don’t always translate into sensible policy. As Sen. John Barrasso rightly points out, the current administration is “retiring current sources of energy much, much faster than you can get the new sources — the renewable energy they want — online.” In other words, the transition to renewable energy may not be as smooth or as feasible as the Democrats would have us believe.

The EPA claims the new guidelines could prevent approximately 1,300 premature deaths, over 800 hospital and emergency room visits, more than 300,000 asthma attacks, 38,000 school absence days, and 66,000 lost workdays. It’s a noble objective, but at what cost?

The power sector has already reduced carbon dioxide emissions by 36% since 2005, and that’s been done without drastic governmental mandates. The question we should be asking is: Can we trust the same government that’s failed to address the critical issues of our time, like immigration and economic stability, to implement such a complex and sweeping change to our energy sector?

I’m all for protecting the environment, but it mustn’t come at the expense of American jobs and economic security. In our pursuit of a cleaner future, we should prioritize policies that encourage innovation and growth within our energy sector, rather than imposing draconian regulations that could put our nation’s electricity supply at risk. It’s time for some common-sense conservatism in our approach to climate change.





  1. Bob Kemper

    May 22, 2023 at 9:05 am

    What good does it do to impose such drastic measures and shut down needed power plants to save lives? What happens when the winter comes and people freeze to death because they can’t heat their homes. Outlawing gas stoves as well. Many times our power went out as a child and later as an adult and we used a gas stove to keep warm because it didn’t use any electricity. We were smart enough to open a window to ventilate the carbon monoxide! It seems now at every turn it’s ever been is doing anything they can to make it harder and harder to survive in this country while giving billions to foreign countries and displacing our veterans so the hotel rooms can be used for those who just walked across our border unchecked. I’m a Vietnam era air force veteran. I have a lot of veteran friends. It is sad that we could put our lives on the line for this country to preserve its way of life have been so betrayed! God save our USA amen please comment Amen to come in agreement with me!

  2. Gerald Ladd

    May 22, 2023 at 9:47 am

    Put a brin dead clown in the WH, and watch the circus. I guess Bidfuck doesn’t know what fuels Airfart one. In the end, the government elites want us walking while they drive, and fly.

  3. Judy

    May 22, 2023 at 11:22 am

    This is a complete joke by stupid people. Our country alone can’t reduce carbon dioxide emissions to protect the world from global warming. The rich will continue to fly their jets and drive their big cars while the average American will suffer and pay the price of this fiasco and will achieve nothing. Our government regulates everything we do and yet other countries have none or very small restrictions. What we need answered is what is our military seeding our skies with to supposedly cool our planet down? When you see clouds making an X in our sky, it is not a natural cloud made by mother nature. They are CHEM trails and not commercial jet exhaust. You can never mess with mother nature and the natural atmosphere and be successful. This why our weather has gotten so extreme and will only get worse. They had to stop doing it over Finland because it was killing their reindeer. The Bill Gates Foundation is funding it and we know he is all about population control. It has been said that he who controls the weather. controls the world. We need answers now.

  4. Rudy

    May 28, 2023 at 6:19 pm

    They don’t care anything about saving lives. That’s become extremely obvious by the fact that every policy Biden has encouraged does nothing to better the lives of americans but only hurts them. Saving lives is simply a convenient Untruth to push the big climate change money-making scam.

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