It's lonely in the trenches for a carbon tax, but a warrior digs in
Go ahead and tell Charles Komanoff that taxing carbon doesn't have a chance. Odds are, Koumanoff, a creamy-voiced New Yorker who is trying to engineer a carbon tax comeback, will point to all the reasons you're right. But that probably won't include resistance by House Republicans. He dives deeper into the past than that, beginning perhaps with environmentalists, whom he describes as being skeptical about the simplest and cheapest climate policy there is.