Congressman Stockman: Climate policy needs readjustment

Should a lack of global warming over the past 16 years affect government climate regulations and policy? Congressman Steve Stockman from Texas believes so, and here explains why:

“In terms of global warming, we haven’t seen any global warming in sixteen years. To suggest that we need more regulations for a problem that doesn’t exist and answering a question that does not need to be asked; global warming has now been proven to be fake, false, and adding additional regulations and additional constraints on individuals and corporations is nothing more than a foolish policy that needs to stop.”

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About the Author: Craig Rucker

Craig Rucker is the executive director and co-founder of CFACT.

  • jameshrust

    The Democrats have been playing this global warming game for decades. They are proposing restricting fossil fuel use and planning climate mitigation centers. Restricting fossil fuel use is the same as the medical cure used centuries ago to treat disease–bleeding. It didn’t cure anything and it may kill the patient. Climate mitigation has been taking place since the origin of man. Man discovered putting on cloths made him comfortable when it was cold. We have since added a progression of mitigation schemes that ensures the comfort of man. One example is the umbrella to protect man from rain. The Democrats feel they have to tell you to open the umbrella when it rains. Sensible people already know this and don’t need tax dollars wasted on this malarkey.
    James H. Rust, Professor of nuclear engineering

  • colleenf

    Ah, a breath of fresh air!
    And just wait for the Chicken Little Climate crowd to come wailing and shrieking about the “flat earthers”.