Browsing All posts tagged under »Sub Saharan Africa«

Costly Climate Policies Will Harm Energy-Starved Africa

June 20, 2021 by


By Adam Houser ~ In 1985, Michael Jackson and other American musicians tried to channel a spirit of global unity by releasing a collaborative song titled “We Are the World.” The purpose was noble, namely to raise funds for Africa which was going through a severe famine at the time. Today, famine, disease, and lack […]

Unlocking Energy Opportunity In Africa

August 12, 2014 by


By Katie Tubb and Hannah Herbert ~ Visiting America for the U.S.–Africa Leaders Summit last week, heads of African nations had plenty to say about the need to increase access to reliable, affordable energy. Yet some are trying to dissuade African investment in conventional energy sources such as coal and natural gas in an effort […]

Holding Big Green Accountable: Electrify Africa Initiatives Should Finally Trump Environmentalist Opposition To Big Power Plants

August 11, 2014 by


Poor countries should hold Big Green groups and directors liable for deaths, ravage they cause By Paul Driessen ~ Few Americans can imagine life without reliable, affordable electricity – for lights, refrigerators, air conditioning, computers, and countless other technologies that enhance and safeguard our lives. But in Africa, India, and other regions some 2.5 billion […]

Islamic Colonialism

January 30, 2013 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon ~ Islamists are now making their move to capture and colonize sub-saharan Africa. Read More by Yaakov Kirschen at Dry Bones .