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In case you missed this, Ben Stein favors a carbon tax. Seems like the California resident and conservative economist is having "trouble breathing on too many days." But his argument is more against the unpredictability of cap and trade. That, and putting the same masters of the universe back in the driver's seat:

Haven't we just has a big lesson in what happens when we put traders ahead of producers and consumers? Have we forgotten that lesson already?

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