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SHTFplan: United Nations: A $240 Per Gallon Gas Tax Is Needed To Fight Climate Change

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. The United Nations has declared that a $240 per gallon gasoline tax is “needed” to fight climate change. To limit global warming, the UN’s report says that $27,000 per tonne of gasoline will need to be stolen from the public by the year 2100. For Americans, that’s […]

Why Trump’s “Border Tax Proposal” Is The “Most Important Thing Nobody Is Talking About”

While the market, and various pundits and economists have been mostly focused on the still to be disclosed details of Trump’s infrastructure spending aspects of his fiscal plan, “one of the least talked about but possibly most important tax shifts in the history of the United States” is, according to DB, House Speaker Paul Ryan’s […]

Trump Picks Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson As Secretary Of State

In a move that is certain to infuriate those who see Trump as nothing more than a puppet of the Kremlin, moments ago NBC reported that Rex Tillerson, CEO of Exxon Mobil and late entrant into the SecState race after his first meeting with the president elect this past Tuesday at the Trump Tower, has […]

The problem with a carbon tax in Canada

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. mises.ca / DANNY LEROY / FEBRUARY 24, 2016 Last week, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna indicated the federal government has not yet determined the national minimum carbon price which is part of its climate strategy. McKenna rejects any assertions the current economic environment is […]

We are in 21st Year of Declining Temperatures

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / July 18, 2015  The most amazing thing is how government is trying to claim there is global warming simply to introduce a carbon-tax. We are entering the 21st year of declining temperatures – not rising temperatures. This is like the tax on cigarettes when people have began to smoke less, governments […]

Carbon Tax “Win-Win” Too Good To Be True

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. mises.ca / by Robert P. Murphy / November 8th, 2014 In a new paper for the Ottawa-based Macdonald-Laurier Institute (MLI), I take on the claim that a carbon tax could produce a “win-win” outcome of reduced climate change damage coupled with stronger conventional […]

Carbon Credit Derivatives

Dr. Jeffrey Lewis – May 5, 2012  Carbon credits are tradable permits or certificates that are typically related to the emission of one ton carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Carbon dioxide is the primary greenhouse gas considered responsible for the controversial global warming process. Carbon credits can be earned by companies who engage in ecologically […]