John Ransom
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Growing desperate in their justification for denying Americans the benefits of amply available domestic fossil fuels, scientists and bureaucrats are resorting to that last best hope of institutional mediocrities caught in lies.

They are lying some more.

As the real-time data refuses to confirm the dire predictions global warming models have given us that the use of fossil fuels are warming the world at the catastrophic rate, the bureaucrats have been forced to use some alternative fuel of their own: BS.

The EPA for example has raised the ire of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee for ignoring the recommendations of scientists in implementing new standards for power plants in the agency’s rush to close down existing coal fired plants.

Or rather for not even soliciting the opinions of scientists: “We are concerned about the agency’s apparent disregard for the concerns of its science advisors,” said a letter sent to the agency by the House committee. “Science is a valuable tool to help policymakers navigate complex issues. However, when inconvenient facts are disregarded or when dissenting voices are muzzled, a frank discussion becomes impossible. The EPA cannot continue to rush ahead with costly regulations without allowing time for a real-world look at the science.”

The EPA you see, in their rush to shut down coal in this country, decided to bypass the science, the peer review process—you know the stuff they always say the other side is ignoring?

Why. Because science isn’t on their side.

And they aren’t the only ones ignoring science.

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John Ransom

John Ransom is the Finance Editor for Townhall Finance.