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The Heartland Institute’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Chris Talgo present episode 356 of the In The Tank Podcast. Why is it that all the climate change solutions coming from any one of consequence on the left are terrible? From over-reliance on wind and solar to destroying our agricultural sectors, they never seem to run out of terrible ideas. Also, a new report from the World Economic Forum seems to bolster the globalist claim that “in the future, you will own nothing.” The ITT crew talks about these topics and more.
OPENING CHIT CHAT – REDEFINING TERMS
Washington Times – Biden administration desperately tries to ‘reimagine’ definition of recession
PRIMARY TOPIC – WORST CLIMATE CHANGE SOLUTIONS
CNN – US officials say ‘biggest fear’ has come true as Russia cuts gas supplies to Europe
Bloomberg – European Power Jumps as Low Wind Is Exacerbating Energy Crisis
Fortune – There’s such a thing as too much sun for solar panels, and Europe’s solar industry is starting to buckle
Fox News – Rush toward green energy has left US ‘incredibly’ vulnerable to summer blackouts, expert warns
Bloomberg – Trudeau Spars With Farmers on Climate Plan Risking Grain Output
Governing – The Biden Administration Will Pay Farmers More Money Not to Farm
UK Gov – How to apply for a lump sum payment to leave or retire from farming
SECONDARY TOPIC – IN THE FUTURE, YOU WILL OWN NOTHING
WEF – 3 circular economy approaches to reduce demand for critical metals
WEF – Are cars an urban design flaw? Cities advance car-free zones
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