Anyone who still doubts how seriously President Donald Trump takes his new position or his capacity for hard work will be pleased to learn just how swiftly his new administration has changed the political climate already.

My colleague Fuzzy Slippers has already reported that his first Executive Order lays the groundwork for waiving or minimizing the penalty for Americans who don’t buy health insurance that would probably void the burdensome Obamacare requirement altogether. His second order made General James Mattis our new Secretary of Defense.

If this “Pen and Phone” goodness wasn’t already enough, Trump’s IT team went right to work on the new White House webpage. Within a new moments of Trump’s oath, the first phase of the site transition began with the archival of former President Obama’s material, which created a stir among the nation’s social justice warriors.

And entertrainer Bette Midler may have broken away from taking The Oath to tweet this:

Concerned citizens across the nation tried to calm the panic by noting that this action was a standard procedure for administration transitionss.

Less than an hour after President Trump took the oath of office on Friday, the White House’s webpage on climate change disappeared from the Executive Branch’s main site, the latest sign that the new administration will divert resources – and attention – from the issue.

The removal of the page from the White House’s website came around the same time the site and other Executive Branch digital platforms were overhauled to reflect the new administration. The Obama Administration’s climate change page still exists, but was migrated to a National Archives website.

Of course, the new website will do little to assuage progressive angst. A glance at the Issues menu shows the only item the Obama and Trump versions have in common is the logo.

No mention of trangender bathrooms. Not one reference to “climate change”. No blather about foreign policy successes like the Iran Deal.

In other words, the new White House website offers serious policies about substantive issues impacting all Americans.

I followed the “Climate Change” chicanery for the past 8 years, so I took a look at the Trump version…The America First Energy Policy. For those of us concerned about our energy security, jobs for American workers, and affordable energy, there will be much to like.

For too long, we’ve been held back by burdensome regulations on our energy industry. President Trump is committed to eliminating harmful and unnecessary policies such as the Climate Action Plan and the Waters of the U.S. rule. Lifting these restrictions will greatly help American workers, increasing wages by more than $30 billion over the next 7 years.

Sound energy policy begins with the recognition that we have vast untapped domestic energy reserves right here in America. The Trump Administration will embrace the shale oil and gas revolution to bring jobs and prosperity to millions of Americans.

I have reported on the harm to our peoples and our prosperity caused by the Climate Action Plan, the Waters of the U.S. rule, and the U.N. Climate Deal.  To see these items being targeted by the Trump Administration gives me a full-body tingle.

One last note: I have mentioned Princeton’s Dr. William Happer in my pieces. He has been bullied by eco-activsts for pointing out the flaws in climate prediction computer modelling and asserting that carbon dioxide is not a pollutant, but an essential part of our ecosystem.

Happer is being touted for the position of Director of the Office of Science and Technology. Having our new president advised on science policy by someone who actually promotes real science would mean the political climate in Washington has changed for the better.

Then even more SJW panic will ensure.