Getting the US out of the Paris Climate Accord is the second most important achievement of the Trump administration, second only to getting Neil Gorsuch confirmed to the Supreme Court. And it's a close second.
The reaction of the left has been absolute hysteria:
At 6:36 AM, we'll talk to the brilliant and hilarious Chris Horner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, an organization long at the forefront of opposing cultish climate alarmism.
This happened the day before, but it's an absolutely PERFECT exhibition of why we should be out of the terrible Paris Agreement. Think about the cojones it takes to say this to the United States:
I got my driver's license when I was 17 and my first car accident was when I was around 30 years old, and it was when someone ran a stop sign and t-boned my car. So I was a responsible driver as a young person. So why does it scare me so much to read about 16-year-old drivers today?
Following up on Thursday's "I've been wondering" segment, I'm going to have answers for you to several questions. We'll probably spread these out a little bit over the course of the show.
Where did B batteries go?
How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?
What's a bit of the history of the Denver City Ditch and where does it run?
What exactly is an "air pocket" (in the context of aviation)?