Today's Highlights | February 24, 2014

Monday, February 24, 2014

The October term for the U.S. Supreme Court brings a varied caseload concerning religious freedom in prison and First Amendment rights on the Internet. (SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty)

Also on Today's Show

Begins at 21:30: The Egyptian cabinet resigned en masse today making Egypt look much more like the military dictatorships of the days of Nasser, Sadat and Mubarak. Louisa Loveluck, reporter for the Global Post in Cairo, explains.

Begins at 25:56: Today the Supreme Court will hear a case about the EPA’s authority to regulate some greenhouse gas emissions. Could the issue of climate change eventually pit the executive branch of the U.S. Government against the legislative branch? Jody Freeman, director of the environmental law program at Harvard Law School and former White House counselor for energy and climate, weighs in.


Jody Freeman and Louisa Loveluck

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The Carbon Emissions Solution

If the nations are truly concerned about Global Warming, then they should simply ―put their money where their mouth is.‖ Don‘t take from other nations, by setting up some obscure world body, punishing countries within the multiple millions in carbon penalties. The world‘s Heads of State should give incentives to all the homes in their nations to be Zero-Grid homes.
Simply begin by giving all new home construction projects a tax break—a complete tax break in the same amount that equals the total cost of a renewable power source system.The Land Rover Presidential Proposal

Feb. 24 2014 12:02 PM

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