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  1. rod Inactive
    rod
    @rod

    We haven’t given up our leadership role in the fight against global warming; America is just leading from behind again.

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  2. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    @OccupantCDN

    Fracking isnt new. It was invented in 1947, and has been commercially viable since 1950. It had been done thousands (if not millions) of times in wells all over the world over the past 67 years. It just broke into public awareness recently because it was used to unlock huge reserves in North Dakota that couldnt be exploited by any other means.

    Its rather ironic, the United States refused to be a party to the Kyoto Accords, but is one of the few – if not only – nation that met the carbon emission reduction goals. Other nations – directed by their governments failed – because government directives are led by bureaucrats who have limited imaginations and are tightly boxed in by their own irrefutable conceptions of the world.

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  3. Tom Wilson Inactive
    Tom Wilson
    @TomWilson

    In this I can say without reservation: way to go President Trump!

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  4. Quinnie Member
    Quinnie
    @Quinnie

    Can the Editor lemmings stop adopting the Left’s language.  The podcast used the term Climate Change repeatedly.  The original term is Global Warming.  This was cleverly changed so that any unusual weather event can be attributed to carbon emissions.  It is all a sham.  Your hushed tone dialogue on the topic depresses me.

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  5. Cow Girl Thatcher
    Cow Girl
    @CowGirl

    Re: Hillary Clinton’s ambitions…

    I’m hoping she’ll go into the history books as the woman who repeatedly ran for president and was repeatedly rejected by the electorate.  Just another Eugene V. Debs…

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