Judge cites climate change in coal ruling

Global-warming worries derail expansion of mine

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So a Federal Judge appointed by a President owned by the environmental lobby, uses a false flag science to limit the economy of the Western Slope.

I think its time the regular folks of the United States start suing the environmentalist organizations for loss of income and jobs.

And confirmed by the US Senate.

Heaven help us when an individual who still clings to “global warming” mythology has the power to shut down industry, make jobs evaporate, and destroy lives the way R. Brooke Jackson is attempting to do. I would like to see him and his Sierra Club and Wild Earth Guardians cronies have to go without the electricity they use that comes from coal-fired power plants.



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