Though I see a lot about Russia on cable news and the daily blogs, climate change is also a prominent theme. The key question, always asked, is do you believe in climate change. This seems peculiar. It used to be, do you believe in God? Or do you believe in America? But asking if you believe in a scientific conclusion of manmade climate change somehow appears incoherent.
The Hill poll documents that most Americans strongly or somewhat want “aggressive” action, while the Washington Post writes from polling most Americans object to President Trump’s withdrawal.
If you live in middle America (middle of the country and middle “high school” skill sets), the benefits from spending lots of money to affect climate change are arguable. If climate patterns change moving rain away it is bad. But other, more beneficial results may occur. One may be actual warming for colder regions.