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Big Coal Stooge Bob Murray drafted 6 executive orders on coal, climate for Trump
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GREY LENSMAN  Wrote: (06-12-2018 08:04 AM)
YES BUT IT DID AND LIBERATED HUMANITY FROM A SHORT BRUTAL LIFE.

AND IT WORKS 24/7/365.

GL

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As if coal miners don't have short brutal lives, Cancer and all.
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7 BILLION ON THE PLANET HAVE VASTLY IMPROVED LIFE CONDITIONS.

EVERY HUMAN ENDEAVOUR HAS ITS RISKS AND COSTS.

HOW MANY HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS DIED FOR COMMUNISM FOR ZERO BENEFIT?

GL

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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (06-11-2018 07:09 PM)
Coal executive Bob Murray last year presented Trump administration officials with half a dozen draft executive orders aimed at exiting the Paris climate accord and peeling back coal regulations.

All President Trump had to do was sign them.

All sorts of greenunist and warmunist stooges (godless communists all) drafted stuff for Obama.

Why not complain about that???
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (06-11-2018 07:09 PM)
Coal executive Bob Murray last year presented Trump administration officials with half a dozen draft executive orders aimed at exiting the Paris climate accord and peeling back coal regulations.

All President Trump had to do was sign them.

All sorts of greenunist and warmunist stooges (godless communists all) drafted stuff for Obama.

Why not complain about that???

oh yes please, dress this up as me complaining while using Russian propaganda methods to push your false equivalency to the other braindead idiots on this forum..

I think everyone can see who the stooge is quite easily.

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ALSO

COWARDS DOES NOT UNDERSTAND DELEGATION

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I agree that there is an undercurrent here that isn't healthy.
Trump want's US off of foreign oil and this is one strategy, and not the best one.

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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MMM

WHY NOT?

ITS NATURAL

USE YOUR OWN RESOURCES AND CONSERVE THEM

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Uppity Me  Wrote: (06-12-2018 11:54 AM)
I agree that there is an undercurrent here that isn't healthy.
Trump want's US off of foreign oil and this is one strategy, and not the best one.

It made sense when it looked like the world was going to run out of fossil fuel.

We aren't going to run out of fossil fuel - the left is going to force us to stop using it.

At that point there is no reason to "conserve" a valuable resource that in the future you won't be allowed to use.

Trump's opening of offshore leases is eminently sensible - it gets us benefit from our resources instead of leaving them in the ground and improves the balance of payments with other countries by reducing imports.
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GREY LENSMAN  Wrote: (06-12-2018 07:08 AM)
ITS NATURAL

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So is asbestos.
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GREY LENSMAN  Wrote: (06-12-2018 08:48 AM)
7 BILLION ON THE PLANET HAVE VASTLY IMPROVED LIFE CONDITIONS.

EVERY HUMAN ENDEAVOUR HAS ITS RISKS AND COSTS.

HOW MANY HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS DIED FOR COMMUNISM FOR ZERO BENEFIT?

GL

Probably less than those killed by cancer and lung disease over time.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (06-12-2018 06:06 AM)
The head of an advanced-materials manufacturer said he met with President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, Steve Bannon, on Monday to persuade him that the U.S. should nationalize the country’s only mine of rare earth minerals, which are used in military applications.

“The staff understood the urgency of the matter,” Michael Silver, chief executive officer of closely held American Elements Corp., said in a phone interview after his White House meeting, which he said was also attended by presidential deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.

The rare-earth mining operations in Mountain Pass, California, the last remaining assets of bankrupt Molycorp Inc., were bought in June by a group that drew objections from rival bidders, who said the winner has ties to the Chinese government.

The mine should be converted to a national laboratory “dedicated to rebuilding America’s rare-earth mining industry so the world knows it is safe to build high-tech manufacturing plants in the U.S.,” Silver said.

The production of rare-earth minerals -- used in applications from hybrid electric cars to iPhones and military hardware such as night-vision goggles and guided weapons -- is dominated by low-cost Chinese companies. Molycorp Minerals and its parent, Molycorp Inc., filed for bankruptcy in 2015 after prices for the minerals fell below the mine’s costs to produce them.

Silver said he was invited to brief the president on the issue on Tuesday. The White House didn’t respond to requests for comment.
Eminent Domain

Silver said he’s proposing the U.S. government apply the Takings Clause of the 5th Amendment and acquire Mountain Pass by eminent domain.

Any attempt to make the mine commercially viable would fail because no one can compete with China, which accounts for almost all the world’s rare-earth production, Silver said.

“The perception is the only place in the world you can go for reasonably priced rare earth materials for your product is in China,” he said. “You have to change that perception.”

Los Angeles-based American Elements manufactures metals and chemicals and has a catalog of more than 15,000 products, according to its website. Silver said his company did business with Molycorp before its Mountain Pass became idle. Silver was among the first Americans to set up a production and distribution supply chain from rare earth mines in Inner Mongolia and China to North America and Europe, according to documents on the company website.
Creditor Feud

The sale of Molycorp’s last remaining assets to one of two groups of creditors that had feuded over the facility was approved after complaints that the winning bidder, which is majority-owned by JHL Capital Group LLC and QVT Financial LP, had recruited an affiliate of Shenghe Resources Holding Co., which allegedly is tied to the Chinese government.

The Chinese mining company, Leshan Shenghe Rare Earth Co., owns nearly 10 percent of the business that took over the mine and mineral rights, MP Mine Operations LLC, according to court records.

more:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...arths-mine

from this time last year^

from this year....

Without a comprehensive strategy to regulate foreign investment, China wins
https://www.defensenews.com/opinion/comm...hina-wins/


but.... now that we have a nice friendship declaration with NK, we can beat China's game.

The US will probably loot the rare earth minerals that have been found in the NK..... 10 trillion dollars worth, according to SK.

https://qz.com/1004330/north-korea-is-si...ece-of-it/
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GREY LENSMAN  Wrote: (06-12-2018 07:30 AM)
YES COAL IS NATURAL, NATURES ENERGY STORE FOR OUR USE.

GL

it the most contaminating substance on earth,

it destroy everything in tis path,

nuff said,
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the real point is that CORPORATE INTERESTS are dictating our government policies....

President Trump should issue an executive order to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord, and/or to direct the relevant federal agencies that they shall not require coal-fired electric generators to take action to comply with the Accord," Murray wrote.

Murray also called on the Trump administration to direct EPA and Congress to withdraw or suspend the endangerment finding, an action the coal executive included under a section titled, "specific changes that cannot be effected through executive order."
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Fork  Wrote: (06-12-2018 07:50 PM)
Murray also called on the Trump administration to direct EPA and Congress to withdraw or suspend the endangerment finding, an action the coal executive included under a section titled, "specific changes that cannot be effected through executive order."

does that mean it can't be rolled back?
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Quote:The Trump administration is forcing the head of Yellowstone National Park out of his job. Dan Wenk said the National Park Service will replace him with a new superintendent this August.

"I'm feeling like I devoted 43 years of my life, I think I have a record of achievement with the National Park Service that at the end of the day doesn't matter and that I'm no longer wanted at Yellowstone National Park," he said.

Wenk recently announced he would retire from running Yellowstone National Park in March 2019 instead of being reassigned to a new role in D.C. But then this week, he said the acting director of the National Park Service, P. Daniel Smith, gave him an ultimatum: take the new position in D.C. or retire early.

"Even though I told them I was going to retire that seemed to not make a difference, so extremely disappointed is probably a mild way to explain it," he said.

In fact, he said he feels abused.

According to a recent report from the U.S. Interior Department's Office of Inspector General, some senior leaders within the Park Service feel they are being reshuffled for political or punitive reasons. This rings true for Steve Iobst. He's the former deputy superintendent of Yellowstone National Park and served under Wenk for years.

"This just seems to be sudden," he said. "It's not fair basically to the employees of Yellowstone."

He speculates his former boss is being pushed out due to politics. Wenk was all about protecting and preserving the park. He was open to controlling visitation and Iobst said that ruffled feathers among some nearby businesses who make their money off the millions of people who visit Yellowstone each year.

Iobst said Wenk was also planning to move some Yellowstone bison to northeastern Montana at the request of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation there.

"I'm not sure if that rubs the current administration the wrong way, but certainly the transport of bison to reservations in Montana is not very well thought of by the ranching interests in the state of Montana," he said.

Ranchers are concerned the bison could spread a disease called brucellosis to their cattle. There's never been a documented case of that happening in the wild, but it's a real fear in the ranching community and Iobst said those ranching interests have the ear of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.
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