We are still in a great public debate between capitalism and socialism, and individual freedom versus statism — odd since hundreds of millions worldwide have escaped poverty the last 30 years due to the spread of Western-inspired free markets. . . .
Murphy compares the cost of doing nothing about global warming with the cost of Waxman-Markey and writes: Of the estimates in the eleven studies published since the year 1995, the worst case is a global GDP loss of 1.9 percent. . . .
James Woolsey (member of the Task Force on Energy Policy) is interviewed
Woolsey is currently co-chairman (with former Secretary of State George Shultz) of the Committee on the Present Danger, as well as chairman of the advisory boards of the Clean Fuels Foundation and the New Uses Council and a trustee of ...