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Biden Promises, Policies And Political Problems

August 1, 2022 by

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By Paul Driessen ~ Presidential candidate Joe Biden promised to reunite America following its “season of darkness” under President Trump, and “shut down the virus, not the economy.” We’ve seen how that’s working out. His promise that there’ll be “no more drilling, no more pipelines, no more fossil fuels” has been far more successful. Within […]

Ohio County Veto Of Wind Project Shows It’s Time To End Federal Wind Subsidies

May 22, 2022 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ By Robert Bryce: Rural Americans keep rejecting wind projects. On May 5, commissioners in Crawford County, Ohio voted 2-1 in favor of a measure that prohibits the construction of wind projects in the county. The move halts a 300-megawatt project being promoted by Apex Clean Energy called Honey Creek […]

The Breezy Windmill Fantasies Of The Nantucket Crowd

May 15, 2022 by

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By Larry Bell ~ President Joe Biden boasted to a staged throng of dozens assembled for his Earth Day speech that he had “made it clear to [his wealthy] friends up in Nantucket and that area” that they were to drop their objections to offshore wind farms planned for the Martha’s Vineyard area. Lowering his voice to […]

Joe Biden’s Breezy Windmills Of His Naive Mind

May 9, 2022 by

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By Larry Bell ~ To dispel any doubts on the matter, President Biden extolled bountiful and beautiful environmental virtues of wind energy to a staged throng of dozens assembled for his April 22 Earth Day speech in a Seattle, Washington, park setting. Biden boasted that he had “made it clear to [his wealthy] friends up […]

Biden Pledges His U.S. Penalized Energy To Europe

April 2, 2022 by

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By Larry Bell ~ Biden energy policies are even worse than gunning acceleration of a car in stop-and-go traffic … more like trying to move forward with one foot jamming the gas pedal and the other simultaneously clamping down on the brake. What you wind up with is lots of smoke, a burned-out engine, and a […]

Giant New England Wind Farm Threatens Fishermen

February 2, 2022 by

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By Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. ~ Vineyard Wind 1 Project off the coast of Massachusetts, one of the crown jewels in the Biden administration’s plans to blanket the East Coast with offshore wind farms, could wreck the region’s commercial fishing industry and is now facing a serious legal challenge from – Texas. The legal arm of […]

Congress, Don’t Let Liberals Shoehorn Harmful Energy Policies Into Budget And Infrastructure Bills

July 22, 2021 by

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By Katie Tubb ~ President Joe Biden has made it the policy of his administration to decarbonize the electricity sector fully by 2035 and to reach economy-wide net zero emissions by 2050. The trouble is, it’s very hard for a president to unilaterally require hundreds of millions of American businesses, industries, and energy users to […]

Another Biden Administration Eco-Con

July 17, 2021 by

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By Paul Driessen ~ Via yet another decree (Executive Order 14008), President Biden has instructed government agencies to “permanently protect” at least 30% of all US lands and waters by 2030. This “30 X 30 Plan” appears to presume that any areas not designated as park, refuge or wilderness are not “protected,” even though the […]

Energy Resiliency Should Be Central To Biden’s Decarbonization Strategy

June 18, 2021 by

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By Ronald Stein ~ We are currently facing one of the worst droughts in California history, which will fan the flames of a fire season that is getting more severe every year. Extreme heat and fires have incapacitated our already fragile energy grid and repeatedly left millions without power across the state. These climate crisis-related […]

Is Big Wind Too Big For Its Britches?

May 10, 2021 by

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By Duggan Flanakin ~ The world-wide wind industry, says the Global Wind Energy Council, will create 3.3 million new “good-paying union jobs” by 2025, if it actually installs the planned 470 gigawatts of combined onshore and offshore wind capacity. Just in 2020, says the GWEC, 93 GW of new wind capacity was installed – doubling 2019 […]