The U.S. military isn't skeptical about climate change's dangers. Adm. Samuel Locklear III, commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, stated that climate change was a bigger security threat than China or North Korea.
Yet Rep. Chris Stewart is skeptical that man-made climate change and its dangers are real or worth remedying ("Utah's Stewart skeptical about climate change threat," Tribune, March 20). He asserts that campaign contributions from fossil fuel interests don't affect his judgment.
What does this say about Stewart's values? To me, it says humility is not one of his values.