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A Typical Day in the Coal Industry


I guess every day is more or less the same in coal industry. What does such a day include?

First, they kill a worker.

Second, they bilk the American taxpayers, making huge profits. Specifically, they buy Wyoming coal for $1.11 per ton, sell it to China for $123 per ton.

Third, when conservative activist groups flee from the Heartland Institute after it compares climate change activists to the Unabomber and Osama bin Laden, they step into make up a big chunk of the funding.

Fourth, they pollute the living heck out of West Virginia.

Fifth, they make huge contributions to climate change.

Again, all in a day’s work for America’s most morally bankrupt industry.

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