Free Article - WSJ.com: "The Senate is debating another energy bill -- and the direct cost to the government is already estimated at between $140 billion and $205 billion over 15 years in subsidies, tax preferences and loan guarantees. Most of it will go to 'alternative' energy. But now the country's cheapest and most abundant source of normal energy -- coal -- is also sidling up to this federal trough. Is this what the global warmists had in mind?"
June 16, 2007
Liquified coal is a corporate welfare scheme