John Norquist has written an interesting article on global warming on Opposing Views. He argues that skeptics should take issue with changes that would hurt national productivity, such as encouraging corn growth for ethanol purposes, which would inflate food prices and not be the most effective considering that you have to use about as much oil to produce ethanol as you would have spent just making gasoline; but that they should stop worrying about things like higher insulation standards, which increases productivity and adds value to the economy. He argues that big-governemnt actions such as the Interstate Highway Act hurt American cities, and how CNU is a reaction against thes actions.
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