There's a fun little interlude in "The Caine Mutiny" during which a young ship's ensign sings "The Yellowstain Blues" to honor Captain Queeg's incompetence. Here it is for 2015's "Old Yellowstain," Gina McCarthy, whose EPA released the contaminants that turned the Animas River yellow.
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Pompeo: You bet. And on your website you have 26 indicators used for tracking climate change. They identify various impacts of climate change. So you would believe that the purpose of these rules is to impact those 26 indicators, right? So you put a good greenhouse gas regulation in place, you’ll get a good outcome on at least some or all of those 26 indicators. McCarthy: I actually . . . I think that the better way to think about it, if I might, is that it is part of an overall strategy that is positioning the U.S. for leadership in an international discussion. Because climate change requires a global effort. So this is one piece and it’s one step. But I think it’s a significant one to show the commitment of the United States.
The disqualifying problems with Saule Omarova's philosophy stem not from from the Socialist indoctrination she received back in the U.S.S.R., but from her immersion in the unmoored leftism flowing through American academia.
A provision tucked into the $3.5 trillion spending and tax bill would ban new drilling for oil and natural gas on and near Navajo land in northwestern New Mexico.
Based on currently available technology, there is simply no way to halve America’s emissions by 2030 without delivering a crushing blow to small businesses, creating record unemployment for years and disproportionately hurting working families and disadvantaged communities.