Skip to comments.World’s biggest coal company brings U.S. government to court in climate fraud
Posted on 02/17/2010 7:06:01 PM PST by mimi from mi
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Down by the Green River where Paradise lay,
I can't take you back my darling young daughter,
Mr. Peabody's coal trains have hauled it away."
Hate to say it, but this will probably get dismissed under soverign immunity.
“Awesome....Next up take Al Gore to court and sue him for every penny of his il gotten Climate Fraud gains....”
I agree. I have been waiting for class action law suits filed by investors and other effected parties. In regards to the EPA, I think that state governments and other industries should sue this out of control agency. I tidal wave of lawsuits would overwhelm the EPA.
This is starting to get good!
They should sue AlGore, too, while they’re at it.
I think the Donald is correct. Gore should go back under whatever rock he crawled out from under.
I hope he loses his carbon guzzling mansion.
GOOD JOB! Keep it up.
I sent their office a thank you note as well...Told them I hope others join them for a class action lawsuit!
You can contact Peabody Energy Company (BTU) at
Not just the Americans who work directly for PEC ... also the Americans who use the electrical energy generated by burning Mr. Peabody's coal.
That's almost all of us ...
Whoohoo! Great news! Start praying now for their success!
Of your list only the Squiggley bulbs were mandated on the basis of the fraudulent “science”.
Catalytic converters get rid of unburnt hydrocarbons in car exhaust, which really are pollution, and thus cut down on smog in urbanized areas. Freon replacement was mandated on the basis of actual science: sampling of the ozone layer and a provable causal mechanism for the growth of the ozone hole (there are chemical reactions between O_3 and chloroflurohydrocarbons that can be readily verified), which, despite Rush Limbaugh’s conflation with AGW, has nothing to do with global warming when it happens whatever its cause.
And last I checked, not all automakers are introducing “hybrids” or electric cars (the only one of the Japanese “big 3” not plagued by recalls lately, Nissan, doesn’t have any in its lineup, and I’m fairly sure Chrysler, Kia, Hyundai, Suzuki, and Mazda have none on offer, and I’ve not heard of plans to introduce them) so the Prius, while it might help Toyota fulfill a CAFE mandate, is hardly the result of a government mandate, but rather a way for Toyota to profit from the nitwitted enthusiasms of the sort of people who think that low-flow toilets “save the earth”. But that’s the free market at work.
(Though it does make one wonder, whether too much of Toyota and Honda’s engineering expertise got diverted into work on electric power systems to the neglect of basic things like brakes.)
Obama promised to put our coal industry out of business. I hope Peabody cleans the administration’s clock!
Some of our drilling companies should get a liece of the lawsuit pie. The regs are killing our oil and natural gas exploration, every year it takes longer and longer to get permits for each individual site. IMO, most companies involved in the energy field havn’t rocked the boat out of fear of the governmnet grinding them underfoot with the IRS, EPA and OSHA.
Nissan has the Altima Hybrid for several years now.
Even worse than all their employees losing their jobs, if Peabody, AMAX and other coal companies go under, we all freeze in the dark!
Actually, if you want a great laugh, read Jeremy Clarkson's review of the Honda Insight from the Times.
(Oh, I've so despaired of American media that when I'm not reading FR, I read British, Russian and Australian news outlets. The Times, without adjectives means what most of us Yanks call The Times of London.)
“This company may be doing this for its survival...”
What they are doing is important to our own survival. Pray for Peabody success in this endeavor.
Yesterday Rush said he didn’t fear for his safety from the average leftist, he’s had and has that covered for years - it’s the Gorelionies who stand to loose trillions that has him worried. Former Goldman Sachs partner David Bloods, Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byers, Silver Spring Networks and the rest of Sen. Moonbeam’s cabal. This is really BIG money.
There big and powerful that’s for sure. My guess is they are all in a panic. Do you know if the lamestream media is even reporting on the whole global warming fiasco? I don’t watch them, but, I’ve talked to a couple of people who haven’t a clue of what is going on and they are both greenies, without much knowledge, just following like a bunch of lemmings.
You hate bluegrass music???? You need to see some kind of a specialist because you ain’t right. Hell, you can’t even find the shift key.
i know where the shift key is, i just choose to ignore it unless i want to yell.
Glad someone is finally starting to fight back.
Right this very minute I’m listening to Bill Monroe.
you are a brave and strange man. ;)
THANK YOU for the link! And see post #59 from WVNan.
The Left has employed many unethical but effective tactics through the years and we have wondered how to fight them without becoming them. This may be the way.
One of their favorites is called the Cloward-Piven strategy which basically is designed to overwhelm the system and bring the government to its knees. This will be a perfect way to use that against them and now is the perfect time. They are overplaying their hand but if we don't stop them now it will be too late.
Those secret "legal motinos" might be just the answer.
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