Climate Law

Climate and the Constitution

From Harrison H. Schmitt’s “Climate and the Constitution, Parts 1, 2, 3” [Note by Dr. Ed Berry: Senator Schmitt wrote three articles that discuss climate and the constitution. To make it easier for you to follow his three articles, I summarize them here. The numbers throughout the text are the references he has cited in…

Climate Law

National Academy has Conflict Of Interests In Study Of Global Climate Change

by Harrison Schmitt Extraordinarily complex natural processes underlie changes in the Earth’s climate. They represent decadal to millennial to epochal variations in weather patterns as nature continuously attempts to compensate for solar heating imbalances in and between the atmosphere, oceans, and landmasses. Note: This Release is the second in a series on climate change and…

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President and Congress Stagnate Economy with Unconstitutional Actions

by Harrison H. Schmitt The provisions of the Constitution of the United States contain everything necessary to perpetuate liberty and provide economic prosperity in the American Republic. Again, the Founders got it right – their politically myopic heirs in the 21st Century have not. Unconstitutional interference in the mortgage market place brought the U.S. economy…