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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

There is Climate Change, But It's Not What You Think . . .

President Obama's trip to Alaska to preach about the evils of climate change are misguided. 

He is talking about the wrong climate change.

For at least a generation, the liberal establishment has been preaching the doom and gloom message of first -- global warming, and when evidence proved missing -- climate change. They claim that over the past century, due to the damaging actions of man, the world is on a path to ruin. They want to force people to stop using fossil fuels and use carbon taxes to collect revenue from those they perceive as using too much energy. They think that getting people to drive electric cars and stopping the development of third world countries will stop climate change. Fortunately, most people recognize that any action taken is unlikely to have measurable results, besides making one feel better.

However, I must agree that there has been a climate change over the past century, only it is not the one liberals usually worry about.
  • Homes had married couples living together. 
  • The vast majority of young people did not think promiscuity was acceptable.
  • Music was family friendly and not laced with profanity. 
  • Movies were geared to all audiences and not filled with offensive material.
  • Families had books, pianos and radio programs for home entertainment instead of violent, time-wasting TV and video games. 
  • People lived within their means and elected a government that did the same.
Sadly, this is the real climate change we have seen in America. 

Liberals like to say that we have the capacity to change, to protect ourselves, to use our intelligence for the good of the planet and its inhabitants. Good point, but let's not waste resources trying to control the weather. Let's focus on addressing moral climate change, where our actions can have real results.

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