LETTER:Pipeline jobs

When confronting the depths of the great cliff that lies ahead one would normally avoid such a threat.

So far it does not seem that such a choice has been endorsed.

Our new administration has first chosen to eliminate 11,000 jobs on a pipeline that has also impacted the economy of neighboring Alberta.

Now the threat of global warming has created the Green New Deal.

This, however, does little to describe the jobs this may create and who will create them let alone pay for them.

Likely endless conferences may attempt to describe what should be done, but really capitalism alone provides the incentive that would stimulate this economy without printing more money.

The need for pragmatism at a time like this seems appropriate; i.e. practical solutions to complex problems.

Are there any such persons in the house?

Time will tell.

Glenn Wiggins

Port Angeles