Tag Archives: climate change

ON AIR with Host Mike Miller of WIMA 1150

The Foundations Weekly On-Point Series continues with Host Mike Miller of 1150 WIMA in Lima, Ohio and Policy Analyst, Curtis Greco. This week features – “The Theology of Climate Change” – a vignette appearing throughout the week during Michael’s 6-9 a.m. (ET) Show. Ohio’s In-Tune & In-Touch Host, catch him Live in-market or online at www.1150wima.com.

Posted in On Point | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The Theology of Climate Change

Incentivize adoption of a non-specific solution to an unidentifiable consequence wholly calculated by way of unverifiable scientific-modeling funded by individual governments who possess the political muscle to enforce (upon its own populations) a revenue generating mechanism to pay for it.

The Paris Agenda is an extension of an accord created in Lima, Peru, whereby each country is to voluntarily submit an emission reduction plan otherwise known as an “INDC” (Intended Nationally Determined Contribution) however, keep in mind that no standard of measurement exists which makes it nearly impossible to measure each Nations compliance (with their stated emission reduction plan).

Posted in Poli-Philos | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Obama’s True Legacy; the Untieable Knot

There will be a veritable cornucopia of commentary regarding the President’s legacy; some will find favor, many will not. Still with 14 or so months remaining there’s insufficient time and more likely no interest in altering the course.  Like many Presidents before him each Administration recorded seminal moments forever altering the image of the Office, its scope and the consequence.

Posted in Poli-Philos | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

End-Run Again – Climate Change

Using an existing 1992 UN Climate Change Treaty, in effect, to bind the U.S. to an emissions regiment, President Obama will be able to bypass Congressional ratification. Absolutely bent on dragging the U.S. into global submission, by any means possible, Mr. Obama’s actions further illustrate a most imbalanced approach however succeeding at creating dysfunction has become the most conspicuous component of his agenda.

Posted in Poli-Philos | Tagged , , | Leave a comment