Top Ten Reasons To Oppose President Obama’s New Climate Regulations

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BY: Washington Free Beacon Staff

The National Center for Public Policy research released a new paper Monday that explains the top ten reasons to oppose new climate change regulations.

The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to announce new regulations Monday morning.

Some of the reasons for opposition include:

The Earth hasn't warmed since the Clinton Administration;

New global warming laws and regulations harm people, and harm lower-income and minorities disproportionately;

U.S. energy-related CO2 emissions already fell 12.6 percent between 2005 and 2012, while worldwide emissions went up 17.7 percent during the same period;

The climate models upon which President Obama's belief in human-caused catastrophic global warming is based do not work—since 1979, over 96 percent of climate models predicted more warming by now than has taken place;

Claims that 97 percent of scientists endorse the global warming theory are propaganda.

The author cites five more reasons to oppose climate change regulations. 

"President Obama is going to hurt the American people today," said Amy Ridenour, author of the paper and chairman of the National Center for Public Policy Research, in a press release. "Jobs will be lost and electricity prices will rise, and it's all for nothing. Even if the alarmist position on global warming were to turn out to be true—and it hasn't been coming true—the most optimistic case is that President Obama's regulations would have a negligible impact on global warming. So why does he insist on doing this?"

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