Cities across the nation have passed tax increase on sugar content in sweetened beverages. Despite the good intentions, research has shown efforts by companies have already reduced sugar and offered alternative options to informed consumers, making them unnecessary.
The planet is in a nearly two-decade global warming standstill; an Arctic research expedition to study warm was halted due to too much ice; polar bear habitat is healthy; another quiet hurricane season is expected; and a paper on sea level rise by climate alarmism founder Dr. James Hansen has been dismissed by his fear-mongering colleagues as “flimsy.”
The most recent report (reflecting up until March 31) under the $32 million grant shows that Smith delivered 421 of its vehicles, with $27,343,311 reimbursed to the company with government funds thus far. That calculates to a whopping $64,948 taxpayer subsidy per vehicle.
In an article “It’s About More Than Polar Bears for Coca Cola,” Paul Chesser writes at the National Legal and Policy Center about the company embracing environmental organizations such as the World…