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The Green Assault On Home Ownership

January 15, 2020 by

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By Duggan Flanakin ~ With millennials postponing or wholly ignoring marriage while dealing with heavy student loan debt and greater mobility, home ownership for many Americans under 35 may not be as important a goal as it has been for the entirety of the American experiment. Higher prices even for entry-level homes may also be a […]

Can We Go Back To The Pre-Fossil Fuel Era?

December 2, 2019 by

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By Ronald Stein ~ Seems like an easy yes or no answer, but there are numerous financial costs and social change ramifications of going Green that make the answer weighty. If everyone can recall history, the worlds already experienced life without fossil fuels just a few short centuries ago. We never had the oil industry […]

Developing Nations Climate Activism Losers

November 24, 2019 by

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By Ronald Stein ~ For the poorest in the world there are more things that are far more important to survival than climate change. Third world countries are the big losers of today’s climate activism. Why? Because they still lack purified drinking water, sewage sanitation, adequate nutrition, reliable electricity (or any at all), adequate health […]

Green “Nirvanas” Beset By Crime Waves

November 22, 2019 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ A crime wave is underway in the once-Golden state of California, and another crime wave is soon likely in the once-Empire state of New York. California Governor Gavin Newsom and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo are among the leading crusaders who are imposing policies to address climate change. They […]

The Green New Deal Isn’t Just Expensive. It’s Also Bad Environmental Policy.

November 15, 2019 by

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By Nicolas Loris ~ We’re not hearing much about the Green New Deal these days, but it’s still a priority for some candidates, as anyone who’s attended a recent Bernie Sanders rally can attest. Criticism of the Green New Deal tends to center on cost and rightly so. It would be extremely expensive. Researchers estimate […]

“Electrify Everything” Policies Would Eliminate Gas Heating And Cooking

November 7, 2019 by

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By Steve Goreham ~ Natural gas and propane serve as excellent low-cost fuels for heating and cooking. Last year, natural gas usage grew faster than renewables in the United States. But advocates of green energy policies would eliminate gas for heating and cooking. According to the US Department of Energy, since 2007, US consumption of […]

Hydropower Works

October 7, 2019 by

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By Duggan Flanakin ~ The Australia-based ScienceAlert.com, in an article by publisher Carly Cassella, has a bright new idea. Since dams are bad anyway, why not knock all of them down (at least the ones that generate electricity), drain the reservoirs, and install solar panels in their stead. Cassella admits that, at least for now, the […]