This Tax Could Save the Planet From Climate Change

Ted Halstead has a plan to get global warming on the Republican agenda. It’s been 20 years in the making.


Not everything went perfectly for Ted Halstead this week.

When the limousine he shared with James Baker—former secretary of state, Treasury, and two-time presidential chief of staff—pulled up to the White House on Wednesday, an access issue for the driver halted them at the gate. Baker’s party, which included Ronald Reagan’s top economist Martin Feldstein, had to walk up the driveway. A spelling error in Feldstein’s name held them up again at two more checkpoints. 

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