Dems: We Need Clean, Renewable Energy, But Don’t Try And Implement It

We are only allowed to talk a good game about alternative energy sources, you know

Senator Dianne Feinstein introduced legislation in Congress on Monday to protect a million acres of the Mojave Desert in California by scuttling some 13 big solar plants and wind farms planned for the region.

But before the bill to create two new Mojave national monuments has even had its first hearing, the California Democrat has largely achieved her aim. Regardless of the legislation’s fate, her opposition means that few if any power plants are likely to be built in the monument area, a complication in California’s effort to achieve its aggressive goals for renewable energy.

There’s only so many areas that a solar plant can be built properly and of size, and, yet again, it is those on the Left who are blocking them. It almost always seems that as soon as the rubber hits the road, and get beyond just yammering out some talking points about switching to clean, Gaia friendly energy sources, Dems say “Nyet!”

The Heritage Foundation breaks it all down.

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One Response to “Dems: We Need Clean, Renewable Energy, But Don’t Try And Implement It”

  1. Otter says:

    America’s reduction to 2nd-rank or worse, begins in California. Or I should say, has its best socialist beginning in California, though Washington is rapidly catching up.

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