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Coal Miner to Trump: “Coal Mining Isn’t Coming Back” | NYT - Opinion

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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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The rich got their tax cuts, the deficit exploded, a war in the middle east is coming. The actual Republican agenda has been successful. The moronic voters that made it possible will get nothing. Their votes are all that matter to the GOP. They'll serve up some hate for the next few years to keep the imbeciles in line and voting against their own interests.
Andrew Yang has solutions to these problems. Google Andrew Yang. #yang2020
I live in an oil/natural gas state. It’s been good four our state, but I fear a similar trend will happen in the coming decades if we don’t diversify our economy. Now would be a good time to start investing in other forms of energy and offering oil/natural gas workers training in renewable energy.
Time will tell
coal is not coming back for the same reason we don't use VHS cassettes anymore - there are better and cheaper alternatives. why are people who blindly worship free market so surprised when the innovation comes for their jobs?!
he told us in detroit & flint GM plants would be coming back , did'nt buy it ,we knew better
All people for coal dont want to go to school and get a real job or work at a job that uses your brain.
Coal is like a zombie dead it just doesn’t know it yet.
Coal is not a partisan issue. It’s not about the left or right. Unfortunately most of the jobs lost are NEVER coming back. The coal executives are benefiting because of automation which has permanently replaced the workers who previously held these jobs. And in West Virginia and Kentucky because of past work related injuries, high unemployment and depression the Opioid crisis is at an all time high - killing people by the thousands. This is the truth that Congress has not addressed.
Looks like all of the libs were wrong. Coal production is roaring.
All these experts talk the talk. hahahahaha hahahahaha lol great news
Heres a dose of reality coal is currently worth 52 dollars per tonne. All the while asphalt is worth 160 dollars per tonne. Let that sink in black tar and rock sediment is worth more than a natural resource
clean coal is like saying there were fine people at charlotte peacefully protesting
He is totally right #bancoalmineing
Trump is a pathological liar pure and simple. But people love a con man that peddles pie in the sky dreams that cannot come true. Quit looking to demigods and find honest people to lead you. You may not like the truth but you won't feel like you have been conned and lied to. I hope we can all come together in 2020 and find a real American leader. Cheers my fellow citizens.
Well when the President signed a restriction bill, (that made them follow pollution regulations, disposal etc) so they could dump coal ash into the river, was quite foolish. I saw it live on TV when he signed and the videos you see on here was edited. A reporter asked, what regulation did it release and he answered "that they can dispose of ash into the rivers" and he claims that don't hurt anything, maybe we should make him drink that water.
The ash also ends up on the bank. When the coal is deep down, it may not hurt the earth, but when we dig it up and toss it around all over the place, it doesn't make soil good for crop growth, etc. The coal that ends up on the bank in a soupy mess. Not to mention how it affects our fish, craw fish (crawdad) etc.

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.