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China Joe Takes Long Fossil Fueled Helicopter Flight Home To Delaware

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The train runs from D.C. to Delaware. Remember how they used to tell us that China Joe rode the train all the time? Seriously, one of his old nicknames was Amtrak Joe, because he used to take it all the time. Now he wants to force you to take the train, but, he takes a low NMPG (nautical mile per gallon) helicopter. Go figure. He’s pushing major “investments into rail. He’s even yammered about high speed rail. You know, like California’s, which ballooned from around $38 billion to $100 billion, is years to a decade behind, and the number of tracks has been reduced.

BTW, why is Joe going home when the Japanese prime minister and his retinue are in town? First Joe let Kamala meet the PM, finally showing up later (imagine if Trump had let Pence meet a foreign leader at the White House first. The media bleating would be epic. And deserved). Shouldn’t Joe be around for this?


Study: Climate Change Could Impact Your Favorite Cup of Coffee

Climate change could make it harder to find a good cup of coffee, new research finds. A changing climate might shrink suitable areas for specialty coffee production without adaptation, making coffee taste blander and impacting the livelihoods of small farms in the Global South.

More doom. And to clear out the climate apocalypse stuff from Pocket

New York is about to spew a lot more carbon into the air, thanks to Andrew Cuomo and anti-vaccine activist Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s anti-nuclear crusade

New York’s air is about to be filled with a whole lot more carbon dioxide, thanks in large part to the efforts of a couple of science-denying scions of political dynasties who claim to be acting in the interests of the environment.

The Indian Point nuclear power plant – located in Buchanan, New York, about 30 miles north of Manhattan – is slated to have its third and final reactor permanently shut down by the end of April, thanks to an order signed by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in 2017.

And they don’t have the energy to replace it with solar and wind, so, they’ll have to use way more natural gas, which is Evil for ‘climate change’.


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