Senate Votes to Pillage Arctic Wildlife Refuge

On the same day that OPEC decides to increase production to maybe keep those oil prices down a bit – plus:

Africa’s tallest mountain, with its white peak, is one of the most instantly recognisable sights in the world. But as this aerial photograph shows, Kilimanjaro’s trademark snowy cap, at 5,895 metres (19,340ft), is now all but gone – 15 years before scientists predicted it would melt through global warming.


Sen. John Kerry, D-Massachusetts, argued that more oil would be saved if Congress enacted an energy policy focusing on conservation, more efficient cars and trucks and increased reliance on renewable fuels and expanded oil development in the deep-water Gulf where there are significant reserves.

Better late than never, eh, Johnny? (Why do Democracts grow balls after they’ve lost?)

Complete list of environmental impacts.

Published by <span class='p-author h-card'>Andy</span>

Gay Hoosier Taurus INFJ ex-playwright pianist gymbunny published author in San Francisco.

One reply on “Senate Votes to Pillage Arctic Wildlife Refuge

  1. Indeed. Where was that strong stance during the campaign? I don’t understand why Democrats think that being less of who they are will win them votes. These environmental policies just show the shortsighted, selfish character of the policy makers.

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