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Obama’s Climate Plan Was A Failure On All Accounts

October 11, 2017 by

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By Nicolas Loris ~ The Trump administration is dismantling President Barack Obama’s climate legacy piece by piece, and this week it’s taking an axe to arguably the biggest piece. In an expected move, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt officially began the process of rolling back the incorrectly named Clean Power Plan. If the Trump […]

Renewable Power Australia – Save Us From Wind Power

July 25, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Terry McCrann: Of course the Renewable Energy Target should be abolished. Former — future? — prime minister Tony Abbott is absolutely right. The RET is the fundamental reason that power prices across the nation have more than doubled to now be among the highest in the world in a country awash […]

The World Needs More Energy!

December 3, 2016 by

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Paul Driessen from CFACT introduces this Guest Post ~ In his new article, my young Ugandan mentee Steven Lyazi makes a passionate appeal, asking that African and global leaders do much more to make fossil fuels and electricity available for poor families, nations and communities around the world. Only in that way, he convincingly argues, […]

Renewable Power Australia – Labor Party Leader Bill Shorten Versus The Economy: Demands Higher Power Prices

July 22, 2015 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Under pressure on leadership, the Australian Labor Party Leader Bill Shorten lurches even more to the Left, promising a policy that will savagely increase the cost of electricity: Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is set to unveil a bold climate policy goal requiring half of Australia’s large-scale energy production to be generated […]

CO2 Tax Australia – So What Does Paul Howes Say Now Aout The Carbon Tax?

March 4, 2014 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The National Secretary of The Australian Workers Union, Paul Howes says our energy should be as cheap as possible – but spot what he fails to mention: Every time a manufacturing business goes to the wall we hear the same refrain: the costs of making things in Australia is unsustainably high. […]